Find out which teams The Herald's sports staff have chosen in this week's edition of "Guessperts."
Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez voices his confidence about his team this season. (INCLUDES: Note on rookie linebacker Sean Weatherspoon getting close to returning.)
With the arrest of three men on burglary and other charges, Albany police say they've taken about 60 criminals off the streets.
A friendly card game turns into a shootout Thursday as two gunmen attempt to hold up five men.
Sean Reddish's appeal of Airport Director Yvette Aehle's recommendation for termination has been rejected.
Lamar Reese becomes the first recipient of the Albany Area Chamber's new award recognizing individuals for their lifetime achievements.
The final Gang Task Force/Violence Prevention Meeting of 2010 focuses on improvements in curbing crime.
Persons attending singer Jodi Mann's CD release party Saturday at the LeVee will get a copy of Mann's new CD.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
The Dougherty County Police Department's major fundraiser for its K-9 Unit is Saturday.
Crime, fire and EMS report for Nov. 19, 2010
Plaintiffs contend that the city and WG&L violated terms of the MEAG Competitive Trust Agreement when they steered money from the rate payers.
Three local fighters have a successful showing in an annual boxing tournament in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech has frustrated coach Paul Johnson with its inconsistent play this season.
Kenny Rogers' text to Cam Newton's father, Cecil, was an ill-advised move, according to Rogers' attorney.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith talks about former BYU coach Lavell Edwards and his college football opinions and strategies.
In the middle of their long break after the regular season and before the playoffs, the Rams are still practicing hard and healing up.
The Indians and the Tornadoes kick off the local basketball season tonight at Albany High School.
Deerfield-Windsor faces arguably its biggest test of the season tonight against Mount de Sales, which only has only been beaten once this year.
Plaintiffs contend that the city and WG&L violated terms of the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia Competitive Trust Agreement when they steered money away from the rate payers in 2009.
A Municipal Court judge rules Dougherty Health Department Director Cheryl Henley isn't culpable for a sign violation because she acted on erroneous information.- J.D. Sumner, government writer
Sean Reddish was indicted last month for allegedly taking scrap supplies leftover from a building project at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport.
General Motors stock is rising sharply on its first day "back".