The ninth annual lighted Christmas parade made its way through downtown Albany last Saturday evening as part of the Chamber sponsored “An Old Fashioned Christmas” celebration that welcomed Santa Claus to town.
Gift workshop, drop-in start line-up The Old Jail Art Center has several events, most with a Christmas theme, lined up during the first half of December.
Local residents are reminded that Albany City Hall will be closed this Friday afternoon, Dec. 2 while employees make the one block move from Main Street to South 2nd Street.
Santa letters and holiday essays for the 2016 Christmas issue published by The Albany News should be submitted by the end of this week if possible. Students in both Albany and Moran schools have been...
County donors urged to give soon Donations to the Albany Chest stalled out over the Thanksgiving holiday, with only $75 contributed last week toward the $40,000 goal for 2016.
Applications due this Friday Christmas is a special time to celebrate God’s gift of His Son by giving gifts to others. Mindy Ary at the Resource Center is hoping that along with giving to family...
Over 200 people attended the 1972, A Musical Review that took center stage at the Aztec Theater on Saturday, Nov. 19, and they donated over $3,000 toward the Doug Neece Scholarship fund.
Volunteers needed to fill backstage crew The Christmas season is officially underway, and free tickets for the upcoming 2016 performance of the Albany Nativity are expected to be in high demand.
Earlier this year, Albany High School senior Sydney Key was named the Lions Club sweetheart for 2016-17.
Drawing for scrip planned after parade Only a handful of people had called the Albany Chamber of Commerce as of press time to register for the 10th annual Old Fashioned Christmas Parade that is scheduled...