COLLEGE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Upset Saturday as UGA downs UF; Okla. St. tops No. 1 Kansas; Vols top No. 2 Wildcats
Trey Thompkins -- who else? -- leads Georgia past Florida on Saturday night, 78-76, scoring 20 points, including key buckets down the stretch.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay explains why, in his line of work, just because it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck --- doesn't always mean it's a duck.
Regardless of what happens in today's gold-medal hockey game, the U.S.A. will win the 2010 Winter Olympics medal count.
SATURDAY'S COLLEGE BASEBALL ROUNDUP: UGA rallies to beat Stetson; FSU crushes Hofstra; Tech edges Xavier
Stetson's Roberts Crews smacks three home runs Saturday, but it isn't enough to beat Georgia, which rallies for a 9-8 victory in Athens.
SATURDAY'S GIRLS GHSA STATE TOURNEY ROUNDUP: Monroe girls pull upset; Mitchell, Seminole both win; AHS falls
The No. 4 seeded Lady Tornadoes storm into Rutland on Saturday and drop one of Class AAA's No. 1 seed after falling behind by 20, then mounting a furious comeback for a 66-58 win.
In arguably the biggest shock of the entire high school basketball season in Southwest Georgia, The Herald's No. 1 girls team wire-to-wire this year -- the Bainbridge Lady Bearcats -- are upset in the first round of the state tournament Saturday night at Forest Park.
It's been 20 years since Drivin n Cryin's biggest hits, more than a decade since their last album; but they make an impressive return.
I see you got your ears lowered!" the old man said to his much younger lunch companion. I hadn't heard that in a while, so I chuckled a little and smiled at the two sitting at the table next to me.
Let's just assume that everyone believes that the term "fitness" is only relative to the task at hand. I think you all should know by now my stand on that topic... Just because you can run far or lift a large amount of weight at one time does not dictate that you are actually physically fit.
Wilbur Lake and Dominique Polite both are named to the Region XVII All-Conference Team on Saturday.
The Lady Patriots hold on to beat a solid Jackson, Atlanta team on Saturday, 52-48, in their state opener.
The Lee County girls basketball team's historic state run will continue after Saturday's 65-58 win against Alcovy in its Class AAAA opener.
After a rough first half, state-ranked No. 2 Randolph-Clay cruises in the second half to a 61-34 victory in the first round of the state tournament on Saturday night against Hancock Central.
Back-to-back titles sure feel good -- just ask Terrell Academy. The GISA defending Class A state champion Lady Eagles, who started the season 5-6 and were looking more like pretenders than defenders -- or contenders -- proved they are once again the best-of-the-best in Georgia on Saturday, beating Fullington Academy, 45-42, on a last-second shot by Alex Barfield.
Redemption is so very, very sweet -- just ask Deerfield-Windsor. After four straight trips to the GISA Class AAA Final Four before this season -- and two consecutive appearances in state title games -- the Knights, who beat Tattnall, 56-41, on Saturday, finally get back to what they do best: winning state championships.
The Deerfield-Windsor School boys basketball team captures the school's first GISA Class AAA state championship since 2003 with a 56-41 win late Saturday night, while earlier Saturday, the Terrell Academy girls go back-to-back in Class A.
Albany police respond to at least 35 incidents.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Southern Lee County's water and sewer provider is whittling down its millions of dollars in start-up costs.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
Focusing on study skills and tardiness, a program at an Albany school seeks to stop negative habits that lead to classroom problems.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Jim Fowler hosts Sip-N-Safari to raise funds for Chehaw.- Staff Reports
Heritage Bank makes wise move by acquiring five branches.
It was a gloomy week of budget hearings at the Georgia Capitol as state legislators heard in sometimes stark terms what a steep new round of budget cuts could look like.- Shannon, McCaffrey, The Associated Press
The Deerfield-Windsor School boys basketball team captures the school's first GISA Class AAA state championship since 2003.- Staff Reports
An interview with Darrell Sabbs, Legislaative Affairs/Community Benefits coordinator at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.- Danny Carter, Managing Editor
The Dougherty County Landfill will be filled to capacity by 2052, officials say.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Information on the coming U.S. 2010 Census was given out at a community meeting and a block party in Albany on Saturday.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
A review of recent restaurant inspections
FRIDAY'S OLYMPIC ROUNDUP: U.S.A. hockey team set for rematch vs. Canada for gold medal; Vonn flames out in final race; Ohno wins record 8th medal
The American men's hockey team crushes Finland, 6-1, on Friday as Canada holds on to be Slovakia, 3-2, to set up a highly anticipated rematch Sunday for the gold medal.