News for Sunday, July 11, 2010


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Richt suspends two players

Georgia football coach Mark Richt suspends both players who were arrested for alcohol-related charges.

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Posey drives in two runs to help Giants stay hot (EDITS: includes Posey Watch)

Leesburg's Buster Posey drives in two runs as the Giants beat the Nationals, 6-2

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Sheppard, voice of the Yankees, dies at 99

Bob Sheppard, the longtime and iconic voice of the Yankees, passes away Sunday.

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Jackson rips Cavs owner for comments in James letter

Jesse Jackson rips into Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert for his comments in a scathing letter about LeBron James .

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Armstrong is 'finished'

Lance Armstrong says his Tour de France is finished after he drops to 39th.

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Stricker wins Deere Classic

Steve Stricker hangs on to win his second consecutive John Deere Classic.

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Creamer wins LPGA Open

Paula Creamer wins her first major on Sunday, capturing the LPGA Open title

AFD promotion process billed as thorough, far-reaching

Participation in job applications with the Albany Fire Department has increased with integration of online job listings.- J.D. Sumner, government writer

Burns promoted to assistant fire chief

A 21-year Albany Fire Department veteran will fill the position previously held by former chief Roderick Jolivette.- J.D. Sumner, government writer

Rosen: ADICA soured plan

ADICA officials must decide whether to try and lease property containing a downtown skate park or to sell it.- J.D. Sumner, government writer

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District 6 race heats up heading into final week

Incumbent Jack Stone is facing a challenge from businessman Richard Thomas for the District 6 County Commission seat.- J.D. Sumner, government writer

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Deerfield student continues family tradition

Davidson Goldsmith will be the first Albany resident in 18 years to attend Boys Nation in Washington, D.C.- Ethan Fowler, education writer

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Driver killed in crash at Washington raceway

A 60-year-old drag racing driver becomes the third person to die at an NHRA event this year.

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Gay edges Powell in 100 meters at British GP

American Tyson Gay beats Asafa Powell in the 100 at Saturday's British Grand Prix.

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Conger's 3-run homer lifts US team to Futures win

Hank Conger hits a three-run home run to lead the United States past the World in the Futures Game.