Tom Cheney, who spent most of his adult life in Albany and Leesburg, holds the MLB record for strikeouts in a game and was posthumously recognized Friday in Cooperstown, N.Y.
William Sullivan becomes the first baseball player from Baconton Charter to sign a scholarship Friday when he commits to Thomas University.
2012 SUMMER OLYMPICS --- DAY 14 ROUNDUP: U.S. men's hoops routs Argentina, will face Spain for gold medal Sunday; U.S. women face France today for gold
Kevin Durant and the U.S.A. rain down 3s on Argentina on Friday during a 109-83 rout, advancing the American men's basketball team to the gold medal final Sunday against Spain. (ADDS: complete roundup of Friday's Olympic action)
Mitt Romney will announce his running mate Saturday morning.
Newly acquired Braves pitcher Paul Maholm has been terrible during his career at Citi Field in New York --- 0-2 with an 8.00 ERA --- but Friday he threw a three-hit shutout and led the Braves to their 13th win in their last 16 games.
Albany native Angelo Taylor is passed in the final 100 meters as the U.S. men's 4x400 relay team settles for silver Friday in London, while the Bahamas wins its first gold medal in Olympic history in a men's event.
On a windy Day 2 of the PGA Championship, Tiger Woods shoots 1-under to surge to a tie for the lead.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: LSU boots Heisman finalist 'Honey Badger'; Ga. Tech's Uzzi named All-American; Auburn RB in hot water for possibly faking transcript
LSU's national championship hopes were hurt Friday when Heisman Trophy finalist Tyrann Mathieu was kicked off the team for reportedly failing another drug test.
Here is a list of some of the area's religious activities.
Teleperformance, Feed The Children and First Apostolic Church partner to provide food and home essentials to the needy.
A new boutique for children offers some unique choices.
Reader’s tip results in fugitive’s arrest
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A summer spike in pump prices is hitting the point where it’s going to prompt motorists to change their behavior.
There are two ways to run against Barack Obama: stewardship or ideology. You can run against his record or you can run against his ideas.
Steve Sikes, 67, Ty Ty, died August 9, 2012
Vivian Irene Pharr Chancy, 92, Blakely, died August 10, 2012
Virginia Cleveland, 76, Blakely, died August 9, 2012
Inez J. Smith, 89, Sylvester, died August 4, 2012
Hamp Barfield, 71, died August 9, 2012
Gala Littlefield Andrews, Thomasville, died August 7, 2012
David K. Elliott, 54, Lake Blackshear, died August 7, 2012
Jean Pipkin Settles, 83, Albany, died August 8, 2012
Mary Joe Marshall, died August 8, 2012
Leola J. Mott, 68, Newton, died August 7, 2012
Take a look at this video as tourists captured a plane crash in Idaho from inside the plane.
A tip from an Albany Herald reader led to the arrest this morning of one of Crime Stoppers' Most Wanted fugitives.
A disciplinary tribunal is deliberating recommendations of 60-day suspensions for two teachers cited in the 2009 CRCT cheating investigation.
After years of rapid growth, fewer people are moving to Atlanta, officials say.
A gunman in an Afghan uniform shot and killed three American service members in southern Afghanistan.
Revenge was sweet Thursday when the U.S. women’s soccer team not only pays back Japan for beating them in the World Cup final last year, but wins Olympic gold for the third straight time.
Atlanta races out to a big lead on Baltimore in the preseason opener for both teams Thursday night, but the Ravens storm back to get the lopsided win. (ADDS: Preseason roundup)
A multi-band musical shindig helps fund construction of a veteran's home.
The U.S. women's hoops team storms back against Australia and reaches the gold medal game for the fifth straight time. (ADDS: Preview for the men's basketball semifinal game between U.S. and Argentina today at 4 p.m.)
Phillip Phillips’ first single is being used in the film “Trouble with the Curve” starring Clint Eastwood.
Kareem Hess has been plagued by a multitude of injuries while at Albany State, but the running back is finally healthy and ready to go for his junior season.
ESPN reports late Thursday night that the Dwight Howard saga is officially over as a four-team deal sends the Magic center to the Lakers.