In an early-season Fab 5 matchup, Worth County gets the best of Albany High behind Anfrenee McLemore’s 22 points. (ADDS: Worth County girls 49, Albany High 41)
On a night full of upsets around Southwest Georgia, Crisp County’s stood above them all with a 68-66 win against Herald No. 1 Westover late Tuesday.
The Herald No. 3 Westover Lady Patriots suffered their first loss of the season, while the Seminole County boys won Fab 5 showdown with Region 1-A rival Randolph-Clay. (ADDS: Deerfield-Windsor boys, girls; Westwood girls; Byne Christian girls; Terrell Academy boys, girls; Bainbridge boys; Randolph-Clay girls; Seminole girls)
Christmas is the most colorful holiday of the year, but some of the best films about it are black and white
Twelve black-and-white Christmas movies are sure to get even Scrooge into the Christmas spirit. In fact, he’s in one.
THE DIXIE DIVA: Somewhere along the line, folks have quit talking about chasing the American Dream
An autobiography of actor Gavin McLeod is an inspiring tale of man who followed his passion and succeeded.
The Outstanding Georgia Young Peanut Farmer Award is based upon the applicant’s overall farm operation; environmental and stewardship practices; and leadership, civic, church, and community service activities.
The Christmas Tour of Homes in Americus will showcases several historic homes and buildings.
The following is a list of events happening in the area this week.
FEATURES COLUMN: The Christmas pre-season is like a tailgate party before the big game
Experiencing a white Christmas like the one Bing Crosby sang about is worthy of anyone’s bucket list.
Bedtime stories are kids can be far-fetched, but they can’t touch the conversations you have with them.
The Sauls family has resided at the recognized residence for 11 years
While the recent freeze drained the color out of many Albany yards, the Sauls’ residence continues to be a showcase.
OPINION: Kindness of strangers in short supply
Has America’s struggles killed off the true spirit of Christmas?
Public safety roundup for Albany and Dougherty County
The Albany Police Department responded to at least 34 incidents on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday, available reports show.
Liquor-by-drink license fees in Albany are set for a 64 percent jump
Albany bar and restaurant owners say the city is being unreasonable in its efforts to increase alcohol license fees.
Albany police issue lookout for an armed robber in a green hoodie
No one was injured in the robbery, but the wife of the store manager was badly shaken up by the experience.
Family friend to open her home to supporters, friends of author Graham Lowe
“It’s a Grand Old School” is a collection of Albany High School remembrances by former students, teachers and administrators.
Commissioner Ivey Hines asks for more information on apartment complex rate modification
Discussion turns heated during the Albany City Commission’s work session Tuesday morning.
OPINION: Don't forget the Golden Rule when extending holiday greetings
If there really is a so-called War on Christmas, it’s the most incompetently run war of all time.
New medical school in Athens helping bring specialists to the community
The ability to attract a wider range of specialized physicians is a boon for Athens, which was something of an anomaly before the medical campus was created. There are two established hospitals and large group practices in several areas, including orthopedics, internal medicine and cardiology, but there were gaps.
A November survey finds small business concerns about impact of taxes, regulations and health care costs
While the stock market is riding high, little expansion is being shown among America’s small businesses.