The recent earthquake in Haiti continues to impact the sports world as news breaks Tuesday that at least 30 of the country's national soccer team's members were casualties.
Drivers, in general, give NASCAR's new reaer spoiler the thumb's up -- so far.
AUSSIE OPEN 2010 -- DAY 2: Thanks to 16-hour time difference between U.S. and Australia, Nadal, Roddick win Thursday matches, confusing Americans on Wednesday
While the United States was sleeping Wednesday morning, lots of third-round matches were being completed -- almost a full day ahead on Thursday --- in Australia, including Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick, Kim Cjisters and Justin Henin all winning.
ESPN reports late Tuesday night that Tiger Woods is, in fact, in a sex rehab clinic in Hattiesburg, Miss., citing a well-known author and one-time patient of the same facility who blogged he has confirmed Woods' attendance.
Albany golf pro Sonny Skinner has been on fire lately on the PGA Club Pro Tour, and that continued Tuesday as he and Auburn golf pro Ricky Smallridge take lead at the PGA Georgia Senior-Junior Championship, which --- curiuisoly enough --- is being held in South Florida.
The Buffalo Bills have hired former Georgia Tech coach and Americus native Chan Gailey as its next head coach.
Derrick Favors, Glenn Rice Jr. and Gani Lawal propel Georgia Tech past Clemson on Tuesday night in Atlanta, but for the second game in a row, it's Zachery Peacock that seals the win for the Yellow Jackets.
The Feb. 5 game between The Herald's top two boys teams, No. 1 Monroe and No. 2 Westover, might be moved to either Albany State or Darton College to accomodate an expected large crowd.
Male and female parts will be filled for a production to be presented in March.
MOULTRIE -- South Georgia author Janisse Ray will return to the region next week for a lecture and book signing at Moultrie-Colquitt County Library Auditorium.
The Rams and Lady Rams continue to struggle, while the opposite can be said for Monroe, which picks up an easy pair of region wins Tuesday.
TUESDAY PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Sherwood, SGA boys go into OT as Eagles pull out win to move into first place in region
Sherwood's boys seize control of the first place in Region 3-AA after an overtime win against SGA on Tuesday in Damascus.
Deerfield-Windsor's girls go on a game-ending, 12-0 run to rival beat Southland, 35-18, on Tuesday night.
On Tuesday, the Dougherty County Schools athletic committee explores moving the next Monroe-Westover game to either Darton or Albany State instead of Monroe in order to accommodate a larger crowd -- a move the Tornadoes oppose.
With star Onochie Ochie still sidelined, Westover's Chris Wheeler steps up a big way Tuesday night by scoring 32 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in a 60-58 win vs. Cairo.
Kentavius Silas hits two free throws at the game to help seal the Eagles' big win Tuesday against Brooks, setting up a huge game Friday night against Albany High.
The Mitchell County girls started a nine-game win streak three weeks ago that began after a loss to Brooks County -- and that's exactly where it ended Tuesday night in a 55-51 loss to the Lady Trojans.
The Albany Police Department expands its search for vehicles involved in a fatal hit-and-run Saturday.Pete Skiba, staff writer
The Liberty House business office is shut down after a fire destroys the organization's computers, phones and office space.- Ricki Barker, staff writer
Based on current figures, Gov. Perdue says he believes Fiscal Year 2010 will be the last year furloughs will be needed.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
The Albany Fire Department set fire to an abandoned building as an example for a class in fire investigations.- Pete Skiba, staff writer
Exceptions to a proposed Albany vehicle usage ordinance change include school buses and commercially-used SUVs.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Andy Pejko earned 19 awards during a military career that spanned three conflicts.- Jennifer Maddox-Parks, staff writer
The Dougherty County Board of Education meets again as part of its search for a new superintendent.- Ethan Fowler, education writer
An exhibit from a local photo club will lead into the city of Albany's Feb. 6 Mardi Gras celebration.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Commercial vehicles would no longer be allowed to be parked in residential neighborhoods under a proposal tentatively approved this morning by the Albany City Commission.
Exceptions would include school buses parked off the roadway and commercial vehicles parked less than eight hours a day inside a fully enclosed structure.
10:10 a.m. Update
-- J.D. Sumner, government reporter