No. 6 Paul Casey is the highest seed left at the Match Play Championships as the top seeds --- and defending champ Geoff Ogilvy --- all fall.
The Gators snap a losing streak Thursday, but the bad news for Tigers fans is that it came at the expense of Auburn.
Rajaan Bennett, a Commodores signee, is shot to death early Thursday by his mother's ex-boyfriend in what appears to be a murder-suicide
At 11 a.m. today from Florida, Tiger Woods will finally break his silence and then re-enter therapy -- but at least one set of reporters is boycotting the event.
In the middle of January while children are settling back into classroom routines after the Christmas holidays, many of America's librarians gather in major a U.S. city for their midwinter convention.
On his 50th birthday, Georgia football coach Mark Richt stops by Albany First Baptist to speak at the area FCA spring banquet.
Lady Pats down rival Lady Tornadoes, reach 1-AAA title game; AHS girls crushed in 1-AA semis by T-ville
Westover's girls beat rival Monroe in the rubber match Thursday in the 1-AAA tourney to advance to the finals tonight against nemesis Peach County.
The Herald No. 4 Greenwave trounce Atkinson on Thursday evening in Dawson to advance to the Region 1-A semis tonight against Miller County at Randolph-Clay.
THURSDAY'S PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Area GISA boys teams reach state quarters; Mitchell County boys, girls advance to 1-AA title games vs. Thomasville
Deerfield was one of four local private schools to advance to the GISA state quarters on Thursday, joining Sherwood, Terrell Academy and Westwood, while in the GHSA, Mitchell County's boys and girls will play for Region 1-AA titles tonight at Thomasville.
Westover beats Crisp in OT and Monroe downs Dougherty on Thursday, setting up the game everyone's been waiting for tonight: Round 3 between The Herald No. 1 Tornadoes and No. 2 Patriots.
Albany police respond to at least 35 incidents.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
The plant currently employs 26 employees, 23 of which are blind or visually impaired.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
Apparently no one asked the Albany City Commissioners to back off closing up a disorderly business when the chance arose in 2008.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Georgia legislators voted Thursday to take a two-week break as they scramble to fill what is shaping up to be another huge hole in the state's already slimmed-down budget.- The Associated Press
The state has received more than $2 billion from the American Economic Recovery and Investment Act.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
The authority had $20,738 in total assets for 2009, an auditor's report shows.- Jennifer Maddox-Parks, staff writer
Three more face charges in connection with a brawl and murder at a local trouble spot.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Budget woes send Georgia legislators on two-week break to look for answers.