MLB officials uncover a scheme by Melky Cabrera to create a fake website in order to fabricate evidence to prove he inadvertently took PEDs. (ADDS: Pirates beat Cardinals in longest game of season)
Terrence Scott Brown, 38, of Albany died Wednesday.
Gerald Clarence Dean, 81, of Leary died Saturday.
Carolyn H. Melton, 81, of Albany, died Sunday.
Sarah Tumblin, 60, of Albany, died Saturday.
Takelia M. Adkinson, 34, of Unadilla, died Friday.
Charlie J. Johnson, 65, of Dawson, died Sunday.
Dwight Flods Stone, 64, of Bonaire, died Friday.
Danny Tatum, 46, of Moultrie, died Saturday.
Roger Federer will head to the U.S. Open with a fifth straight title at Cincinnati, which he won Sunday by beating Novak Djokovic, 6-0, 7-6. (ADDS: Li Na wins women's title)
Sherwood coach Otis Covington is coming off his first full offseason to rebuild the Eagles’ football program after a disappointing 1-9 record last year, but he will be forced to bounce back without several key players and a large group of underclassmen, which make up more than 60 percent of his roster.
Braves pitcher Mike Minor gives up one run in seven innings but still gets the loss Sunday against the Dodgers, who hold Atlanta to three hits.
Albany’s Josh Crews pulls away from Tifton’s Jacob Flynt in the final round of the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour’s Doublegate Junior Open to win on Sunday by four strokes.
Jimmie Johnson not only lost Sunday’s race to Greg Biffle when his engine faltered with six laps left — but he also lost the NASCAR Sprint Cup points lead.
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My mother is 98-years-old and has a clear mind but limited mobility. We have round-the-clock-care for her in the northwest corner of Johnson County in a community known as Buckeye.
Herbert Phipps was a judge in Dougherty Superior Court before joining the Georgia Court of Appeals.
As political preferences change, the predictability factor for determining which a state's ruling political party wavers.
Don't look for many bold pronouncements when Republicans and Democrats adopt party platforms at their national conventions.
Nearly twice as many students dropped out of Georgia schools than were earlier reported, according to an analysis by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Aug. 9-16, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
Melanoma accounts for more than 75 percent of skin cancer deaths, according to information available from the Skin Cancer Foundation.
The 24th annual meeting of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce is scheduled Nov. 8.
An Albany mother is speaking out on the health problems her daughter is overcoming and how the battle has made her family stronger.
See who deserves this week's Thumbs Up!
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's selection of House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan -- the leader of the Republican Party's rigid economic conservatives -- as his running mate has been described as "bold." Bold can be good, such as "to boldly go where no man has gone before." Or, bold can be not so good, as in "boldly deceptive."
Governor Mitt Romney's choice of Congressman Paul Ryan as his vice-presidential running mate is one of those decisions that seem obvious -- if not inevitable -- in retrospect, even though it was by no means obvious to most of us beforehand.
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Wayne and Terry Achord of Sylvester, GA are pleased to
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jernigan Jr. are proud to announce
David and Becky Boatright of Albany, GA are pleased to announce
John Kennedy said it best, “We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” In total agreement with that, I want to take the time to thank the people who served tirelessly during my campaign.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: After final scrimmage, Ga. Tech turns attention to opener vs. Virginia Tech
The Georgia Tech football team wraps up training camp on Saturday with its second scrimmage. (ADDS: Ga. Tech gets votes in AP poll; UGA practices in full pads)
Whenever you get fed up with what this celebrity or that neighbor has to say about things, no matter how obnoxious or crass that opinion might be, you should remind yourself also to be thankful that you live in a nation in which those words can be uttered freely.
Keenan Grissett and David Kooi are battling for the starting QB spot, but neither of them found the end zone during Albany State’s 48-play scrimmage Saturday.
There’s a calm surrounding Anthony Parker as we talk. Always an eloquent interview, he seems even more congenial than I remember on this dazzling summer day.
After a disappointing season in 2011, Terrell Academy is ready to regain its championship form, but the Eagles will have to do it in Class AA.
First, kudos to Mitt Romney for choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Mark your calendar for the 10 things you need to know this week in Metro Albany.
Two years after being heavily sanctioned by the NCAA, USC is back atop the AP Top 25, while UGA debuts at No. 6 and FSU at No. 7.
After three consecutive appearances in the state championship game, Deerfield-Windsor lost in the state semifinals a year ago, and now the Knights want to get back to where they believe they belong.
Albany native and former Monroe star Deion Branch, 33, still isn’t sure whether his roster spot in New England for the upcoming season is secure as the Patriots continue to make moves to go younger at WR.
The giant, prehistoric mammal swam when south Georgia was at the bottom of the sea.
The Griffin-Jordan Medical Society honors Black physicians and dentists serving Southwest Georgia for more than 35 years.
The first group of artists, including Drive-By Truckers and the Peach Pickers, is announced for the Georgia Throwdown music festival set for October in Albany.
A non-denominational church partners with other agencies to feed the hungry.