Highly touted freshman Nu'Keese Richardson is among three Vols who are arrested on attempted armed robbery charges.
Georgia Tech's Derrick Morgan will take a serious look at his chances of going high in next spring's NFL Draft.
San Francisco's Vernon Davis and breathe a little easier now that his team DID beat the Chicago Bears, 10-6, after he insulted the Bears' defense earlier this week.
Albany's Crawford Garnett Collett and Jacob Joiner hold their own in the Georgia Junior Golf Tournament.
Sherwood's girls struggle in the second half but make the big plays down the end to beat Randolph Southern, 42-41.
Albany State's volleyball team is now one win from clinching the program's ninth SIAC championship in a row.
The Stonebridge Golf & Country Club Men's Golf Association donates $1,000 to the First Tee of Albany, which will be used toward the purchase of junior club sets that will help promote the game of golf.
Albany Tech's Waylon Jones catches the eye of Southeast Missouri State, which offered him a scholarship his junior and senior seasons. Jones accepted it by signing a letter-of-intent.
Herald prep writer Paul Dehner Jr. gives his thoughts on who will win tonight's playoff games in the GISA and GHSA.
Since transferring from Albany High School, Sherwood Christian's Dontavious Brown has a new outlook on the game as his Eagles enter tonight's second-round GISA Class AA playoff contest.
The first album by LA-based Endless Hallway is a masterful mix of rock influences with a sound all its own.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Albany detectives are waiting for autopsy results for Rodriquez Anderson as they continue their investigation.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
Endless Hallway recently released its debut album "Autonomy Games" on Wind-up Records and is set to tour Japan.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Lee County and Leesburg officials vow to tackle a list of concerns submitted by groups in the county.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The Dougherty County Finance Committee recommends passing new software program for human resources department.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
The fifth annual program provides Christmas gifts to Southwest Georgia children impacted by domestic violence.- Cathy Higgins, features writer
Pelham Police Chief Nealie McCormick says that at least 10 arrests have been made following a massive drug roundup involving federal, state and local law enforcement Thursday morning in Pelham. Six of the wanted individuals have been identified. (UPDATED: 12:56 p.m.)
Liberty House of Albany is requesting assistance for its 5th annual Adopt-a-Family program. Participants will be asked to buy at least three gifts per child for families served by the domestic violence shelter.