According to the Georgia DOT maintenance crews have scheduled mowing on S.R. 62 and S.R. 133 in Dougherty County weather permitting.
The community turns out to witness the unveiling of a fallen APD officer's name on a traveling memorial.
The annual Native American Cultural Festival weekend at Chehaw ends at 5 p.m. today.
Albany's "2" Insurance Services Office fire protection classification puts it among the country's top 1 percent.
A friend died last week, left this life on a beautiful Easter Sunday.
Color is the key when it comes to looking stylish this season.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from March 26 - April 6.
“Once Upon a Mattress” will be performed at the Albany Municipal Auditorium.
Said to be inoffensive and relatively harmless, an electronic “smoke shop” is set to open in Albany.
Camilla's Gnat Festival will stretch over two days.
The Albany chapter of the University of Georgia Alumni Association has been renamed.
A state House representative from Leesburg will attend the Republican National Convention as a delegate.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections for Dougherty and Lee counties.
Jim West holds a Q&A with Michelle oaks, owner of The Cakery in Albany.
APD responds to at least 51 incidents.
Here is a list of events for Southwest Georgia.
Even after a century, people are still fascinated by the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic.
Borrowing from a recent editorial by Caroline Baum of Bloomberg, four figures will be used to explain why U.S. debt matters.
There’s three sides to every story, baby: There’s yours and there’s mine and the cold, hard truth. — Don Henley
Check out today's Squawk of the Day!
Eugene Burns, Albany, died April 9, 2012
Larry R. Scarborough, died April 12, 2012
Ruby Allyne Newell Weaver, 67, died April 13, 2012
Walter Ray Mock, 63, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Hilda McDonald Story, 81, Albany, died April 10, 2012
Keith Lunsford, 53, Albany, died April 12, 2012
Mary Harvey, Albany, died April 14, 2012
Newton P. Eunice, 63, Pelham, died April 13, 2012
Eloise Sims Robinson, 74, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Jeanne Pearce Wileen, 65, Albany, died April 13, 2012
Monroe’s girls and Westover’s boys win the team titles at the 9th annual running of the Westover Track & Field Relays at Hugh Mills Stadium on Friday night. (ADDS: Video of the meet)
In a see-saw battle Friday night at Turner Field, the Braves rally to beat the Brewers in a wild one for their third straight victory.
Antonio Goodwin is convicted Friday for his role in an armed robbery last year and faces a hefty prison sentence, while three of his former Tigers’ teammates are awaiting trial.
Jannero Pargo hits five 3s on Friday to lead the Hawks to a 109-81 rout of the Magic in a key Eastern Conference game in Orlando.
Former Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino’s agent says Friday he won’t fight being fired by the school as its head football coach for failing to disclose an extramarital affair with a school employee, who has since been placed on leave.
FRIDAY'S LOCAL PREP/COLLEGE ROUNDUP: DWS baseball avenges region loss to Southland; ASU softball sweeps Claflin
Weston King picks up the win on the mound and leads Deerfield at the plate Friday night as the Knights blank rival Southland, 5-0, on Friday night. (ADDS: roundup items on Baconton, Pelham, Terrell Academy baseball; Deerfield soccer; ASU softball)
Lee sophomore catcher Jack Bell plays hero for the Trojans on Friday night, going 2-for-4 with three RBI during a doubleheader sweep of subregion foe Thomas County Central.