Several NFL Hall of Famers make an appearance at Doublegate Country Club on Monday, raising money for the Dougherty County Sheriff’s office and The 100.
The Mets, who swept the Braves in New York to start the season, continue their dominance in the NL East rivalry with a 6-1 victory.
John Smoltz, who played 20-plus years with the Braves and is the only pitcher with at least 200 wins and 150 saves, will have his number retired.
The state's school superintendent says the same number of students graduated, even with a new formula in use.
Phase II of a $15 million project at a Southwest Georgia college has a projected December completion date.
Albany police officials say that two aggravated assault victims ended up in the hospital Sunday.
During Al Gore's Campaign back in 2000, we raised and spent close to $100 million (with matching funds) to win the primary, then received about $60 million in government funds for the fall campaign to get out our vote.
Apparently the soaring national debt and the threat of a nuclear Iran are not enough to occupy the government's time, because the Obama administration is pushing to force Westchester County, N.Y., to create more low-income housing, in order to mix and match classes and races to fit the government's preconceptions.
Activity on the Albany Police Department's caseload includes two aggravated assaults from over the weekend, reports show.
A consultant says the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport can be designated an international cargo airport.
So far, officials say foul play is not suspected in connection to a drowning at Lake Blackshear.
A 20-year-old woman is dead following a crash in Worth County on Sunday.
APD responds to at least 77 incidents.
Squawk of the Day - April 17, 2012
Revenues for the county are trending above the curve, while expenditures remain below, officials say.
The Dougherty County government is "right where (it) needs to be" according to a report given to the county's finance subcomittee Monday morning.
Mrs. Billie Jean Lamonte, 77, of Albany died Sunday April 15, 2012
Jimmie Ruth Seymour Bush, 79, of Tifton died Sunday, April 15, 2012
Vera J. Williams, 85, of Albany died on April 13, 2012
Dr. Paul Cato, 60, passed away April 10, 2012
An inmate at the Sumter County Jail has been found dead, officials say.
Mr. Colin Doyte Bailey, 63, of Albany, passed away, Saturday, April 14, 2012
Mr. Green Lee Humphries, 73, of Albany, passed away, Sunday, April 15, 2012
Mr. Robert Green, Jr. 55, of Albany died Monday, April 16, 2012
Arthur Perry, 61, of Albany died on April 16, 2012
William Wimberly of Blakely died on April 11, 2012
Mr. Fabian Drew of Sumter County died on April 15, 2012
Mr. Robert Laster of Americus died on April 15, 2012
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation that would require some people applying for welfare in Georgia to pass a drug test before they could get benefits.
Documents show the restaurant will relocate, add a drive-through window and patio space.
A popular Albany restaurant may be relocated to a portion of the former OfficeMax building on Westover Boulevard.
Mr. Cavil Levir Babb, 75 of Moultrie died on April 16, 2012
Mr. Ulysses Bennett, 58 died on April 14, 2012
Mrs. Clara Agnes Siler Yater, 92 former resident of Albany died April 15, 2012
The Dougherty school system hopes to carry a $2 million surplus into FY 2012-13.