Nick Watney plays the final 27 holes without a bogey and closes with a 4-under 66 for a two-shot victory over K.J. Choi to win for the second time this year and move to No. 10 in the world.
Finishing around the net has been an issue all year for the United States women's soccer team, and the Americans are finding similar struggles in the World Cup.
Members of the Atlanta Falcons organization and a host of Boys & Girls Club volunteers hold the Gatorade Junior Training Camp in Americus for more than 30 children.
The Braves have their five-game winning streak snapped and are denied their third straight Interleague sweep as the Orioles avoid losing their sixth game in a row.
Novak Djokovic, who just surpassed Rafael Nadal to become the No. 1 player in the world, wins his first Wimbledon title on Sunday, defeating Nadal in four sets.
David Ross hits his second career grand slam and the Atlanta Braves hold on for a 5-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday night.
The two-time World Cup champions advance to the last eight with Sweden, which beat North Korea, 1-0, in the early Group C match.
With the lopsided win against David Haye, Wladimir Klitschko is now IBF, WBO, IBO and WBA world champions.
The 21-year-old Czech beats favorite and 2004 Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova in straight sets, crediting her serves and serve returns in helping her pull of the upset.
Lea Henry, who was named head coach of the Darton women's basketball team in early May, and her husband, Greg Manning will hold their annual basketball camp for children on July 11-14.
Officials deduct three points from the Panthers at halftime after a trio of first-half PAT drop kicks from Albany's Geoff Boyer were determined to be worth one point each instead of two points.
The Albany Panthers win the 2011 SIFL Championship with one of their trademark second-half comebacks. They outscore the Swashbucklers 48-21 in the second half to win Saturday's title game, 69-48, at the Albany Civic Center.
After being sexually assaulted at the age of 12, Betty Kelsey fled Georgia looking for a new start and a new life.J.D. Sumner, governement writer
Maj. Gen. James Kessler is relinquishing his post as commanding general of Marine Corps Logistics Command on Thursday.Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer
A local civic group selects five area students as recipients of its Good Citizen Awards.Staff Reports
Recent kitchen inspections for Dougherty and Lee counties.
State Sen. Carl Kruger provided a key vote when the New York legislature recently legalized gay marriage. According to the New York Times, his girlfriend's gay nephew had lobbied him heavily and cut off relations after Kruger opposed the measure two years ago. "I don't need this," the lawmaker said, explaining his change of mind. "It has gotten personal now."- Steve and Cokie Roberts, syndicated columnists
Area amateur and professional photographers will be featured in a new exhibit at the Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage.- Staff Reports
Education Notebook - July 3, 2011- Staff Reports
A report last week by National Public Radio makes you wonder exactly how serious Congress is about ferreting out wasteful government spending.- The Albany Herald Editorial Board
I have this memory of Dontonio Wingfield that comes to mind every time his name is mentioned. It was the finals of the AAA state basketball playoffs during Don's junior year, and this gifted athlete had done so many amazing things on the hardwood for Westover High School people around here had come to take for granted the things he did that no one else could do.- Carlton Fletcher, metro editor
A Newnan-based investment group has purchased and re-opened The Inn at Albany Mall, a former Holiday Inn.- Jim West, staff writer
Danny Carter holds a Q&A with Bobby Tripp, director of Dougherty County's EMS
Crime, fire and EMS report for July 3