The NHL's leading goal scorer Alexander Ovechkin once again bows out early in the playoffs.
After making his return to golf at the Masters where security was tight, Tiger Woods ventures to Quail Hollow this week ---- where it's not only open to the public, but Woods will finally face whatever everyday fans are ready to dish out.
The Kentuckt Derby has a favorite after the odds are released Wednesday, and its name is "Lookin At Lucky."
With the addition of yet another product-sponsored bowl game this offseason, it appears that even teams with 5-7 records could be going bowling at the end of the season.
The 5-year-old boy and 6-year-old girl discussed important historical issues on the way home from school last week.The little boy said the greatest person ever was George Washington. The little girl said what about the Founding Fathers.
The Knights, Lady Wildcats and Wildcats tennis teams all come up short in their bid for a GISA state crown in Augusta.
In what's becoming a trend each week that Albany plays, the SIFL once again selects two Panthers -- this time LB Steve Morrison and kicker Juan Bongarra -- for its Player of the Week honors.
Amanda Cook, who led the Lady Eagles to this past year's GISA Class A state title, signs with Darton on Wednesday in Dawson.
The Patriots open state today, followed by the Lady Patriots on Friday as both teams take on Mary Persons hoping to make deep runs.
With leading scorer and reigning Herald Player of the Year Rachel Hatch out sick for the Lady Trojans' state opener Wednesday, the Polk sisters -- Kelly and Nicole -- step up to lead Lee County past Griffin, 3-0.
Today, the state's best track & field stars from the GISA converge on Albany for the three-day state title meet at Hugh Mills Stadium.
The public forum is scheduled for this afternoon from 4-6 p.m. at the Riverfront Resource Center. - Ricki Barker, staff writer
A bill prohibiting schools from giving raises to administrators when furloughing other school employees has passed Georgia's House and Senate.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
Fights after a downtown event is not a usual occurrence, but will lead to strategy changes, police say.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Several injured in "T-bone type collision," according to officers with the Albany Police Department.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
In Dougherty County, the direct and immediate costs of child sexual abuse adds up to roughly $10.4 million annually, officials say.- Jennifer Maddox-Parks, staff writer
Tickets are $20 for a weekend pass to the Briar Patch Music Festival in Damascus.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
The Dougherty Circuit Bar Association rewards students, honors a police officer and holds its 2010 Law Day Banquet.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Saying a premium boost is likely, Dougherty Commissioners seek ways to soften the blow- Terry Lewis, staff writer
The Lee County Commission will hold its first-ever official meeting at the newly renovated T. Page Tharp Governmental Building.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The Dougherty County Board of Education had been planning on adopting an ethics policy.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
Lee County's incumbent Commission chairman qualifies to run for a second term in office.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
James Wilson of Education Planners found no erasure irregularities on CRCT test answer sheets
A representative with the public affairs office at Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany has confirmed that Brig. Gen. James A. Kessler, commanding general of Marine Corps Logistics Command, has been notified of a promotion.