Christian singer to entertain at First Baptist Church this weekend.
Several years ago, I befriended a woman in Cincinnati, Ohio, but then you know that, don’t you? I’ve told you all about Miss Loretta.
The play “The Red Velvet Cake War” has inspired a real bake-off in connection with the Sumter Players’ opening night.
Just call us CSI: Albany Herald ... where we don’t just write about crooks, we catch ’em.
ASU coach Mike White has had several days to study film from Saturday’s scrimmage, which he said exposed some weaknesses on the team.
After finishing as runner-up for Herald Player of the Year a season ago, Randolph Southern ace Madison Ragan has picked up right where she left off this season as she throws her second no-hitter in just seven games Tuesday. (ADDS: Sherwood softball, SGA softball, Leesburg volleyball)
According to records from the United States Bowling Congress’ local chapter, Travis Eaddy is the youngest and first youth since 1995 to bowl a perfect game in Albany, which he did July 31 at the All-American Fun Park.
Anyone who wants to hear about efforts to eradicate gangs in Albany and Dougherty County is invited to the August meeting of the Gang Task Force at noon Thursday in the Government Center’s Room 120 at 222 Pine Ave.
Easter Seals Southern Georgia will host its annual Sippin’ for the Seals at the Lake Blackshear Resort and Golf Club Thursday beginning at 7 p.m.
Police are searching for a gunman who fired at a relative of the owner of an Albany convenience store.
The Albany City Commission votes to tentatively give Code Enforcement an additional $150,000 in demolition funds.
Shots were fired on Harding Street but no injuries are reported.
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Two have been arrested for drug possession.
Albany police respond to at least 24 incidents.
Amy Collier, 20, drove her 2000 Ford Expedition north on Slappey Boulevard into a 2002 Chevrolet S10 pickup as she made a left turn onto Whispering Pines, according to an Albany Police Department report.
The period of the American Revolution coincided with publication of Edward Gibbon's "The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" (1776), and ever since we've been vigilant for signs that the U.S. was following in Rome's footsteps.
Joe Nathan Ponder, 69, Albany, died August 16, 2012
Idus Lamar Goocher, 84, Donalsonville, died August 20, 2012
William Michael Kessler, 53, Clermont, FL, died August 18, 2012
R. D. Boyd Sr., 85 Albany died August 15, 2012
Sammy H. Gray, Jr., 50, Bainbridge, died August 18, 2012
Jorvis LaToye Williams, Sumter County, died August 20, 2012
Takelia Michelle Adkinson, 34, died August 17, 2012
Frank O. Jackson, 48, Leesburg, died August 20, 2012
Arthur Frank Foster, 63, died Augsut 21, 2012
The former principal of Northside Elementary School was accused of CRCT cheating and grade-changing.
Albany's city manager tells City Commissioners they face some hard decisions in the coming years.
City Manager James Taylor warned Albany City Commissioners Tuesday that they'd have to "eliminate some sacred cows" if they're serious about returning fiscal responsibility to city government.
Phillip Phillips' debut single 'Home' fell from the top spot on ITunes music charts to number 5, Apple announced Tuesday.
Tito, a Boston Terrier, shows just how excited some dogs can get over a ball.
Atlanta’s zoo is mourning the death of a male lowland gorilla.
The Federal Trade Commission is asking the Supreme Court to reverse a ruling concerning the purchase of Palmyra Medical Center.
The 2013 edition of "The Best 377 Colleges" goes on sale today.
Two people were taken to a local hospital and a Dougherty County Road briefly closed after a car crash Tuesday morning.
These are your top regional stories of the morning from around the Southeast.
One season after going 0-9 in just its second year of varsity play, Baconton has a new head coach but the same philosophy to keep building.
The Braves lose in brutal fashion late Monday night, 5-4, to the Nationals, pushing Washington's NL East lead to six games.
After four long years of frustration without a win, Sergio Garcia breaks the losing curse and wins the rain-delayed PGA Tour Wyndham Championship on Monday.
After a ton of turnover — including a new head coach — not many outside of the Mitchell County football team are giving the Eagles much of a chance this season, leaving one heck of a chip on their shoulders entering the season.
In what’s believed to be the first time in Albany Motor Speedway history, a brother-sister duo take the checkered flags on the same night.