Auburn's four quarterbacks vying for the starting job all put up impressive numbers in Saturday's A-Day game on The Plains.
Washington rallies from a 2-0 hole to beat the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night, 6-5, in OT.
My family got bigger this week. Oh, no babies were born (that I know of) and I didn't hear of some distant cousin getting married. It got bigger to me.
Hello Albany, I hope you have all had a great week! Just to let you know, I talked to "Spring Time" and he said that he would be available between the hours of 6a.m.-11 a.m. and then will be out of the office for the rest of the day and that you could talk to full-blown Summer, his replacement, if you need anything.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
SATURDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: DWS, Randolph Southern baseball both cruise; Lady Knights soccer wins pair at Frederica tourney
Deerfield's Chris Moates hit his team-high sixth home run Saturday in a 9-1 stomping of Citizen's Christian.
Former Monroe High School and University of Georgia football star Emarlos Leroy learned early on that losing is really no fun -- and as a result, he's been winning ever since.
Mitchell County star Scott: Georgia now my No. 1 choice (UPDATES: fixes Scott's state title win in 2009 to Class AA)
After admitting he made a "rash decision" in verbally committing to Stanford too early, Mitchell County junior wideout Justin Scott says he is leaning toward the Georgia Bulldogs.
A state agency meets quarterly to collaborate with communities on issues affecting persons with disabilities.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
If Saturday is any indication, the Native American Festival at Chehaw will also educate and entertain thousands today.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
The local Salvation Army director says the organization is looking for more community involvement.- Terry Lewis, staff writer
A Q&A with Carol Slappey, president of Heritage Bank of the South.- Danny Carter, managing editor
Results of kitchcen inspections in Dougherty County
A growing controversy is causing a schism among the state's Baptist churches.- Terry Lewis, staff writer
Residents of Southwest Georgia meet Saturday to hear speakers talk about a "Take Back America" movement.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
A survey by AAA shows that the cost of operating a car has risen by 4.8 percent during thepast year.
Crime, fire and EMS reports for April 18, 2010
Mike Phillips is a sports writer for The Albany Herald. Phillips is in charge of high schools, arena football and various other sports. Phone: (229) 434-8746. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org