Tonight’s latest Albany Panthers game pits the league’s only undefeated team against the only winless team.
The Lady Cavs, Region XVII’s top team, aren’t able to extend their lead in the region standings after splitting a pair of games Friday with second-place Waycross. (ADDS: Video of game)
The Exchange Club hands out awards for Youth of the Year and best American Citizenship Speech.
Archbold Medical Center in Thomasville is hosting a public dedication and open house for its new North Tower.
Program offered where parents can get youngsters fingerprinted.
APD responds to at least 41 incidents.
The Johnson & Johnson grant will be used to support RCI’s work with family caregivers.
The annual Chehaw festival is both entertaining and educational, drawing 360 students from the area Friday.
Maybe it was intended to be a show of farce instead?
Haley Kilpatrick, Deerfield-Windsor School graduate and founder of Girl Talk, will be conducting a workshop and book signing in Albany on April 23.
A fire has consumed a house on the 1400 block of Greenbrier Court in Albany. The remains of the house are still smoking as fireman are finishing putting out the fire. The interior of the house appears to be completely destroyed. At this time, there do not appear to be any injuries.
I'm taking this time to discuss the two times I was admitted to Phoebe Putney Hospital and will go into detail of my first visit due to the crazy circumstance of the actual problem that was revealed.
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Following neighborhood complaints, the Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit raids a house on the 600 block of 16th Avenue.
William Horton, Jr., 80, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Dora L. Cooper, 86, Bainbridge, died April 13, 2012
Chikiska Y. Williams, Sylvester, died April 12, 2012
Collin E. Hastey, 33, Brinson, died April 13, 2012
Lee Andrew Slaughter, 82, Corona, NY, died April 4, 2012
Vera J. William, 85, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Brenda D. Jones, 56, Americus, died April 13, 2012
Roy C. McGowan, II, Groveland, FL died April 12, 2012
Frederick Hatchett, 63, died April 11, 2012
Jeanne Pearce Wileen, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Newton P. Eunice, 63, Pelham, died April 13, 2012
Larry Scarborough, 54, Albany, died April 12, 2012
The Sumter County Board of Education voted 6-3 to terminate Superintendent Roy Brooks Thursday evening. Brooks, who had been on the job for two years, was given a 30-day notice and placed on administrative leave.
THURSDAY'S LOCAL PREP ROUNDUP: Westwood baseball hammers local rival Terrell, improves to 11-1; Lee girls soccer wins subregion
The Westwood baseball team doubles up Terrell Academy on Thursday, 20-10, in a wild, five-inning game between local rivals. (ADDS: items on Lee County, Sherwood soccer)
The Lady Rams improve to 21-24 overall and 19-3 in conference play with a pair of wins against Paine. (ADDS: Items on SGT All-American guard Shontae McCall, Albany State tennis)
The Bulldogs’ offense enters Saturday’s G-Day game far less experienced than Georgia’s defense, which is returning nine starters. (ADDS: Items on former Auburn star RB Michael Dyer testified at armed robbery trial, Auburn recruit back after battling cancer)
Rashaud Anthony signs with Darton, becoming the first wrestler in Lee County history to accept a scholarship.
Former Atlanta Falcons coach and former Americus baseball, football and basketball star Dan Reeves stops in Albany on Thursday to be the speaker at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes annual banquet.
Albany is taking a 3-0 record to Knoxville on Saturday, and Panthers coach Lucious Davis said his linemen are a big reason why.
Atlanta opens its 2012 home schedule tonight against the Milwaukee Brewers at Turner Field, while Buster Posey returns to the Giants’ lineup despite suffering from shingles.