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DARTON COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER SHUTS OUT SOUTH GEORGIA 3-0, FACES UNDEFEATED GPC NEXT

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Tweet 9/27/2011 – (ALBANY) The Lady Cavs pulled off another win at home Tuesday, shutting out Region XVII rival South Georgia College 3-0. The win improved the Lady Cavaliers to 6-0 in Region play, and 7-2 overall. Sophomore Shelby Bush, of Shalimar, Fla., scored first on an assist from Sashanna Campbell. Bush is the No. [...]

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14 Year Old Red Wolf Dies at Chehaw

By   /  September 29, 2011  /  Press Releases  /   Comments

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Tweet ALBANY, Ga.–Chehaw is saddened to announce the death of its oldest red wolf, Ol’ Maw. At 14 years old, she passed away of natural causes during the night of September 27. Old Maw was born on the 9th of May, 1997. She came to Chehaw from the North Carolina Zoological Park in 2003.  Red [...]

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$10.7 Million Bus Station Overcomes Regulatory Predicament

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Tweet Staff reports   The City of Albany’s proposed $10.7 million bus station, which curiously includes passenger rail accessibility and secretly grew in price more than threefold last year and by another $1.5 million since then, has received federal regulatory approval. State and federal transportation officials say that project, which is motivated by government rather [...]

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‘Passion is the key to happiness,’ chess grandmaster tells ASU students

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Tweet Why do some people become successful in life while others don’t? Maurice Ashley, the first African-American international grandmaster of chess, said he believes most people succeed through a persistent pursuit of their passion. “Success is a path without an endpoint,” Ashley said in his lecture to Albany State University students in the ACAD Auditorium [...]

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Artisan rum distillery selects Richland From Richland Better Hometown

By   /  September 28, 2011  /  Press Releases  /   Comments

Tweet Welcome to Richland, Erik Vonk and Jay McCain. In 1998, Erik Vonk purchased land and established Vennebroeck, his farm southwest of Richland, Ga. The 1996 Olympics in Atlanta brought Vonk to Georgia. Fortunately for Stewart Co., he decided to maintain a presence in the state. Vonk was the architect of the staffing contract between [...]

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NAMI-Albany Observes Mental Illness Awareness Week

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Tweet October 2-8, 2011 Education Changes Attitudes and Lives Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) takes place October 2-8 and is an opportunity to learn more about serious mental illnesses such as major depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Mental illnesses are medical illnesses. One in four adults experiences a mental health problem in any given year. [...]

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Darton College Women’s Soccer shuts out South Georgia 3-0, faces undefeated GPC next

By   /  September 28, 2011  /  Sports  /   Comments

Tweet   9/27/2011 – (ALBANY) The Lady Cavs pulled off another win at home Tuesday, shutting out Region XVII rival South Georgia College 3-0. The win improved the Lady Cavaliers to 6-0 in Region play, and 7-2 overall. Sophomore Shelby Bush, of Shalimar, Fla., scored first on an assist from Sashanna Campbell. Bush is the [...]

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Things to do Downtown this week

By   /  September 28, 2011  /  Community, Lifestyle and Entertainment, Uncategorized  /   Comments

Tweet Wednesday, September 28th – 5pm  Wine Down Wednesdays! Location: Chill Bar & Lounge every Wednesday. Come mingle with those who are moving Albany forward! This week Wine Down Wednesday is sponsored by 100 Black Men of Albany. See you there! A Downtown Merchants Association Event.   Friday, September 30th  – 5pm-9pm  Date Night Downtown. [...]

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Food Scores

By   /  September 28, 2011  /  The Public Record  /   Comments

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Tweet Books A Million/Joe Muggs, 2601 DAWSON ROAD, 31707; Sept. 19; Score: 85; Grade: B Dollar Inn, 2706 N. SLAPPEY, 31701; Sept. 16; Score: 91; Grade: A Faith Community Outreach Soup Kitchen, 425 W. SOCIETY AVE., 31701; Sept. 19; Score: 100; Grade: A

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Obituaries

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Tweet Jimmie Brand, 67 Jimmie Brand, 67 of Kenwood Drive in Duluth, Ga. died Friday, Sept. 23, at Embracing Hospice in Cumming, Ga. Funeral services were held Monday at Covenant Presbyterian Church. Dr. Paul Luthman and Dr. Biff Coker officiated. Interment followed in Crown Hill Cemetery.

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