The winter, with all its rain and cold temperatures, reminds us how it once was. We could always expect a wet winter until recent years when the drought dominated.
It can be difficult to talk about death or dying. Oftentimes such talk makes us feel uncomfortable, as if somehow by doing so we summon the "death angel" unto us.
After flopping four years ago during the Turin Olympics, American Bode Miller takes the first step toward redeeming himself after earning a bronze medal in the downhill finals in Vancouver.
Kansas State and Richmond are among teams making strides in this week's Associated Press men's basketball poll.
Jamie McMurray's Daytona win added to team owner Chip Ganassi's legend.
The second-place finish by former Georgia Tech star David Duval has his confidence even higher as he continues to seek his first PGA Tour victory since 2001.
Jasmine Lavant scores a game-high 19 points for the Dougherty Lady Trojans, who beat Worth County, 60-30, in the first round of the GHSA Region 1-AAA tourney.
The Monroe High School boys are back atop The Herald's poll as the region tournaments get under way.
The Westover High School Lady Patriots beat Peach County, 56-46, behind the clutch play of Ieshia Young and DyTiesha Dunson to give the school homecourt advantage for the GHSA Region 1-AAA semifinals and finals.
The current chairman of the Lee County Commission plans to run for a second term in office.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
APD responds to at least 22 incidents
The "Trail of Dreams" pilgrimage is expected reach Washington, D.C. on May 1.- Jennifer Maddox-Parks
City officials say Brickhouse Productions needs to be shut down.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Ward 6 Commissioner Tommie Postell was selected as chairman of the group during their meeting Monday.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Deputies respond to a home on Mayfield Drive Monday morning in reference to a child not breathing.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Despite ongoing decreases in revenue sources, Lee County has increased its reserve fund balance.
Five men labeled "persons of interest" in the Sunday morning killing of a 20-year-old Flovilla man, have surrendered to police, authorities say.
Albany Technical College has permanently closed its South Slappey Boulevard entrance to campus, officials with the college said this morning.
Filed -- 11:30 a.m.
The Albany Long Term Financial Planning Committee which oversees a trust fund created from credits from MEAG has decided to spend $1.2 million on Water, Gas & Light Commission repairs ($1 million) and the city gang unit ($200,000).
UPDATED: 10:40 a.m.
J.D. Sumner, government reporter
GBI agents say that a 5-month-old infant found not breathing and unresponsive is in critical condition now at a Macon hospital.