The Albany Nativity, the story of the birth of Christ, will be told through Biblical tableau, music and narration during two free performances Friday and Saturday nights, Dec. 19 and 20.
Early deadlines have been set for the papers of Dec. 25 and Jan. 1, as the staff of The Albany News works around the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. According to News editor Melinda Lucas,...
The usual Chamber of Commerce luncheon has been cancelled for Dec. 26.
Contributions needed by Dec. 31 With the deadline just about 10 days away, Albany Chest donations have moved up an additional $2,420 toward its 2014 goal.
City council members heard an update about Lake McCarty and discussed the make-up of the A&B board during a regular session on Monday, Dec. 15.
Allied Waste, trash pickup contractor for the City of Albany, will not run on the usual schedule for the week of Christmas.
With the biggest Christmas mailing day behind, and post office lines beginning to shorten, the Albany Post Office will maintain regular hours through the rest of this week.
Tonight’s the night to take advantage of late shopping hours in downtown Albany.
Members of the Albany Chamber of Commerce board of directors have voted to establish a new scholarship.
Flor’s offers breakfast, lunch Albany’s food truck scene is revved up and in overdrive.