For the first time in 80 years of existence, Augusta National welcomes its first two women members Monday.
The Albany Police Department is looking into a theft that turned into an aggravated assault that was reported in East Albany just after midnight on Sunday.
U.S Rep. Sanford Bishop, D-Albany, is looking to get an 11th two-year term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Warrants have been issued for a pair of Albany men who are suspects in recent armed robberies.
The split of Lee County Local-Option Sales Tax revenue will be 81 percent for the county, 13 percent for Leesburg and 6 percent for Smithville.
In a letter to the editor, Allan W. Russell of Leesburg says that liberals have a low opinion of the voting public’s intelligence.
In a letter to the editor, David Davies of Albany says that no one president can bring down the United States.
The grant-funding arm of Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is accepting a cycle of applications through Sept 14.
U.S. Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., was pretty much a man without a party Monday after making a ridiculous assertion Sunday that has nailed shut the coffin of his candidacy.
There are some very serious issues at stake in this year's election -- so many that some people may not be able to see the forest for the trees. Individual issues are the trees, but the forest is the future of America as we have known it.
Eleven school children have died in the state since 1995 because drivers illegally passed stopped school buses.
Albany police say a juvenile was taken into custody in connection with three entering auto incidents.
A Dougherty County official tells the County Commission recent green efforts are already paying off with savings.
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A federal appeals court has ruled law enforcement in Georgia may verify the immigration status of criminal suspects who fail to produce proper identification.
Albany police respond to at least 90 incidents.
In Bucharest, Romania, an eager fan walks away with a few bruises rather than a highly-coveted Lady Gaga autograph.
Frank Jackson, Leesburg, died August 20, 2012
Rolland A. Ramler, 74, died August 18, 2012
Idus Lamar Goocher, 84, Donalsonville, died August 20, 2012
Louis Sheffield, 98, Colquitt, died August 19, 2012
Horace Jerome Peters, Terrell County, died August 19, 2012
Sylvester Scott, 60, Albany, died August 18, 2012
Barbara Brown, 44, Donaldsonville, died August 17, 2012
Jorvis Williams, Americus, died August 20, 2012
Tommye Mae Benson, 79, Cordele, died August 19, 2012
Carolyn H. Melton, 81, Albany, died August 19, 2012
Mable Lee Gibson Frazier, 78, Albany, died August 20, 2012
Jeffrey Brown, 51, Georgetown, GA died August 15, 2012
Rev. W.C. Dozier, Sr., 89, Smithville, died August 19, 2012
Realice Johnson, Montezuma, GA, died August 19, 2012
Gerald Clarence Dean, 80, Leary, died August 18, 2012
A Dougherty County official says taxpayer money is being wasted on a School Board candidacy that may be “null and void.”
James Young, 28, is in custody after a domestic issue led to him being Tasered by an Albany police officer.
Missouri Congressman Todd Akin, a conservative Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, sparked a furor and earned a rebuke from Mitt Romney's campaign after making controversial comments about women.
A former Early County Sheriff's Investigator and the son of Early County Sheriff Jimmie Murkerson, has been indicted in federal court for extortion and lying to FBI agents in connection to purchase of anabolic steroids, court documents show.