The Worth County football team doesn’t have a lot of size this year, but the Rams more than make up for it with heart and determination.
Crisp County ace Robert Tyler takes the mound today in the prestigious Under Armour All-Star Game in Wrigley Field, which will be shown live on the MLB Network at 1:30 p.m.
The Go Green Event next month also includes an anonymous dropoff for outdated and unwanted medications.
Board members are asked to explore every line item of the county’s budget.
MCLB-Albany currently has 112 school-aged children living on base.
A bomb threat starting in Columbus against Carmike theaters spreads to Albany before noon Friday.
The landmark Albany attraction makes it 75 years and celebrates today.
Eltris Smith was one of six officers who broke the APD color barrier in 1964.
Former President Carter will teach Sunday tomorrow at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains.
This will be the first time the Expo has been held in two years.
No arrests in Thursday shooting on Poplar Street.
Vice presidential picks are always judged by their effect on the coming election. They rarely have any.
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Nash McCorvey, 81, Worth County, died August 16, 2012
Darius Gidson, 39, Cuthbert, died August 11, 2012
Andrew L. Young, Sr., 53, Albany, died August 14, 2012
Betty Jordan, 74, Ashburn, died August 16, 2012
Terence Scott Brown, 38, Albany, died August 15, 2012
Sue S. Dixon, 59, Americus, died August 16, 2012
Darrel Ray Goodwin, 71, Tifton, died August 16, 2012
Emily Conner, 88, Quitman, died August 16, 2012
Robert Stephen Harrell, 53, Leesburg, died August 17, 2012
Martha C. Trawick, 69, Tifton, died August 17, 2012
Gloria Ann Morris, 64, Albany, died August 17, 2012
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Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
See why no one is really upset that a mistake landed a Massachusetts man $1 million.
Two former lawmakers from South Georgia have been elected to head the state's transportation council.
Leesburg native Luke Bryan will traverse the southeast on his 'Farm Tour' throughout October, according to his website.
Barack Obama's re-election campaign kept up pressure against Republican rival Mitt Romney on two fronts Friday, launching a new ad defending the president's record on Medicare while challenging Romney to release at least five years of tax returns.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Often injured Manuel tries to come back from ankle injury at FSU; Georgia gets ready for Fan Day on Saturday
Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel, who has a history of being injured, is trying to come back from an ankle injury he suffered Wednesday. (ADDS: Item on Georgia preparing for Fan Day on Saturday).
The Bengals prevail, 24-19, on Thursday night at the Georgia Dome, but Matt Ryan and the Falcons’ offense put together several impressive drives in the first half of play before giving way to the backups in Atlanta’s second preseason game.
Kris Medlen continues to be a pleasant surprise as a fill-in starter for the Braves as he pitches a shutout Thursday -- his first career complete game -- and Chipper Jones hits two homers to lead the Braves to a 6-0 win against the Padres.
Lee County sophomore baseball player Nick Bush goes through a series of national tryouts and is closing in on a spot with the USA Under-16 team.
After falling just short of the playoffs last season, Pelham got to work in the offseason and emerged with a huge chip on its shoulder.
THURSDAY'S PREP ROUNDUP: Lee County volleyball opens with wins; Randolph Southern softball rolls; Seminole smashes Mitchell
The Lee County volleyball team, under second-year coach Tondra Davis, opens the 2012 season with a pair of victories Thursday.
The 15 freshmen on Calhoun County’s roster were nearly unbeatable in middle school, and now they are looking to bring that same success to the varsity level.