The Dougherty Elections Board is scheduled to meet Wednesday and discussion of the disputed spot on the November ballot is likely.
I am a work in progress in certain areas of my life. Perhaps you can identify with that for a particular area in your own life.
James Ryan Lanier, 33, is accused of embezzling funds from Merrill Lynch clients for his own use, officials say.
Albany police respond to at least 58 incidents.
Reports of juveniles on Ebony Lane with handguns resulted in a 14-year-old pointing a firearm in the direction of a police officer, APD officials say.
The Braves manage just five hits Monday against the lowly Padres and lose their second game in a row. (ADDS: Braves to go with 6-man rotation next two weeks)
Even though Worth County’s Ryan Hickox was 4-4 on the mound with a 2.46 ERA his senior season, he will be playing infield for Thomas University after signing a scholarship Monday.
The Southwest Georgia Project wants to lease land currently owned by the state to create a produce processing center.
A state probation officer meets the legal requirements to qualify as an independent Lee County Commission candidate.
Southwest Georgia Academy didn’t make the playoffs last season, but running backs Will Warren, Corey Smith and Teel Massey think they have what it takes to get the Warriors back to the postseason.
Georgia Tech was No. 60 in the nation in defense last year, but defensive coordinator Al Groh thinks the Yellow Jackets will be better this season.
Akeem Dent’s concussion in the Falcons’ preseason loss to Baltimore on Thursday will cause the linebacker to miss the team’s next game.
Land is cleared for a larger, more up-to-date Hampton Inn scheduled to be completed next year.
Drenda Davis-Jackson recently assumed her new role at the college.
Albany State’s season opener against North Greenville gets a little more interesting after the Rams come out ahead of the Crusaders in the preseason Division II poll. (ADDS: DE Justin Blash named to preseason All-American team)
Dougherty County's attorney says a school board election decision could lead to court action.
It's always been a bit mystifying as to why Albany hasn't been home to a thriving state farmers market.
Consultant Darrell Sabbs repays the Dougherty County School System $6,000 in a contract dispute.
The Dougherty Elections Board is scheduled to meet Wednesday and discussion of the disputed spot on ballot is likely.
In a letter to the editor, Valkey M. Tiernan of Albany says that Romney vice-presidential choice energizes conservatives.
In a letter to the editor, Warren D. Grant of Albany says that the government is starving its economic horses.
On June 11, Albany Advocacy Resource Center (ARC) held its annual membership meeting at the Knights of Columbus. AARC, as it is sometimes referred to, is the most comprehensive non-profit agency in Georgia working for the betterment of persons with disabilities. It has 14 programs which serve this population, as well as their families and self-advocates, all in a cost-effective manner.
The term "F-bomb" first surfaced in newspapers more than 20 years ago but only landed in the mainstream Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary on Tuesday, along with sexting, flexitarian, obesogenic, energy drink and life coach.
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Last Thursday's Wall Street Journal editorial "Why Not Paul Ryan?" made the case for his selection as the Republican vice-presidential nominee in this statement: "Romney can win a big election over big issues. He'll lose a small one."
Laderick Cornellius Chappel was serving time for a 2010 Albany murder when he was killed by a group of inmates.
Wiley M. Wills, 98, of Buford, GA, died August 11, 2012
Murrell Green Smith, 86, Blakely, died August 12, 2012
Sampson Clarence Spivey, Byromville, died August 13, 2012
Madge Whitehead Pickron, 92, Colquitt, GA died , August 10, 2012
Harold P. Lancaster, Jr., 84, died August 11, 2012
Michael Grady Shadburn, 40, Albany, died August 12, 2012
Iris Elda Hunt, 80, Albany, died August 11, 2012
Helen Anderson-Opoku, 57, Belleville, NJ, died August 12, 2012
Etris Lee Smith, Sr., 68, Albany, died August 12, 2012
Ophelia Luttrell, 95, Columbia, MS, died August 10, 2012
Mr. Benny Ray North, 79, Donalsonville, died August 12, 2012
Daniel Lanier Miller, Sr., 71, Satsuma, FL died August 12, 2012
Joyce Ann McDowell, 46, Albany, died August 8, 2012
Geraldine Rogers, 84, Ocilla, died August 12, 2012
Charlie Lee Cecil, 77, Leesburg, died August 9, 2012
A Texas man opens fire Monday when a police officer serves him an eviction notice.
The Dougherty County library board chairman says an activist seeking his post is “posturing” and is unqualified to do the job.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail August 2-9, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
Compiled by the Washington Post: these are viewed as the top 100 Elvis Presley songs of all time.
Elvis Presley left behind hit songs, epic performances, some so-so movies and an image as a handsome, rebellious, talented and sometimes-troubled artist that remains indelibly marked in America's pop culture psyche 35 years after his death.
Rick Allen and John House are squaring off to see who will face Sanford Bishop in November.
Early voting for the Republican runoff between Rick Allen and John House for the 2nd Congressional District race has started, elections officials say.
Laws strictly curbing school sales of junk food and sweetened drinks may play a role in slowing childhood obesity, according to a study that seems to offer the first evidence such efforts could pay off.
The Braves fall behind 6-1 and then erupt for four runs in the ninth Sunday in a 6-5 loss to the Mets.