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Inside Albany

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  Inside Albany  /   Comments

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Tweet TOUGH TASK: City hires new personnel boss   A Montgomery, Ala., human resources executive has taken the helm of one of the hottest seats in Albany: the city government’s human resources director. Henry Cohen has worked as Aranov Realty Management Co. since 2004 following a four-month sting as the executive director of the American [...]

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Transportation planning and funding

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  Letter to the editor  /   Comments

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Tweet Congestion on our roads costs the U.S. an estimated $145 billion annually in wasted time, repairs and operating expenses. That’s an unnecessary burden that our economy is in no shape to carry. Yet, Washington seems to be toying with short-term transportation plans and cuts to transportation funding. That’s no way to remedy America’s gridlock. [...]

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Deerfield headmaster speaks to Kiwanians

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  Community  /   Comments

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Tweet He’s only been here two years, but Dave Davies has found a lot to like about the Albany community. Davies, a Pennsylvania native who is headmaster at Deerfield Windsor School, arrived here from Dallas, TX, in 2009. He noted he does not miss the traffic congestion and other urban hassles of Texas’ second largest [...]

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Albany State Golden Rams to kick off football season at later time

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  Sports  /   Comments

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Tweet Albany State University football fans will have to wait an extra three hours to see the Golden Rams kickoff the 2011 season on Saturday, Sept. 3. The Golden Rams and the Savannah State University Tigers will face off in the Annual Music City Classic at 5 p.m., not 2 p.m. as originally scheduled, according [...]

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SOUTHERN TEA AFFAIR

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  Faith  /   Comments

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Tweet About 25 women from various congregations donned their hats Saturday for “A Southern Tea Affair” at Glover Plaza on Gillionville Road, participating in faith-based fellowship including team activities, socializing and a dinner. The event was the first of its kind organized by Travis Ervin, whose daughter, Makila, and mother-in-law, Lou Freeman, were among the [...]

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