There’s a good chance Albany State quarterbacks Keenan Grissett and David Kooi will both see time under center when the Rams open the season Sept. 1 against North Greenville.
Bainbridge football coaches have had their eyes on a group of young players coming up through the ranks for years, and now that they’re all seniors, it’s time for them to shine.
Veteran Georgia prep coach Ron Drummonds brings a wealth of experience to Crisp Academy, which sure could use some after going through five head coaches in as many seasons.
After going from second place in the region on the final day of the regular season to out of the playoff picture thanks to a tiebreaker, Crisp County’s football team is mad — and it plans on taking it out this year on the rest of the teams in 1-AAAA.
A former Turner Elementary teacher is accused of prompting students during 2009 CRCT testing.
An Albany commissioner’s monthly town hall meeting will focus on a mounting community health threat.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: D-II Minnesota State football coach facing child porn charges; Auburn looks to replacing dying Toomer's Corner oaks; Ga. Southern ranked No. 3 to start season
The 2009 National Small College Coach of the Year Todd Hoffner, 46, was charged with one count of using minors in a sexual performance or pornographic work, and one count of possessing child pornography.
Will you take the time to vote this November? Or will your non-cast ballot aid the things and politicians you complain about?
I am getting a much clearer understanding of the life, financial status, sexual disadvantage and political brain of women in America.
I recently read the following headline from U.S. News & World Report concerning an article by Health Day reporter Alan Mozes. The headline read, “College Students Who Binge Drink Say They’re Happier.”
I can’t tell the Republican National Committee that my check is in the mail.
Anyone who’s lived in the South for any length of time knows there are two flying pests that are difficult to avoid — mosquitoes and gnats.
A donation from an Albany banking office and its corporate partner will be used in local homebuilding efforts.
A tiny Thomas County community is now without a mayor and two City Council members.
According to Albany Police Department reports, two men armed with handguns and wearing bandannas as masks walked into the Bald Eagle Citgo convenience store at 2704 Ledo Road and demanded money.
Albany police respond to at least 55 incidents.
Former AL Cy Young Award winner Bartolo Colon of the Oakland Athletics has been suspended for 50 games after testing positive for testosterone Thursday. (UPDATED: 8:15 p.m.)
Authorities release a little more information on a Tuesday murder in an East Albany trailer park.
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The Dougherty County Elections Board will meet at 11 a.m. Friday to review the candidacy of Lorenzo Heard for the School Board at-large seat.
Sandra W. Drake, 72, Albany, died August 21, 2012
Superintendent Ronald Jackson of Cordele, GA died August 21, 2012
Lillian Perry Lumpkin, 67, Camilla, died August 21, 2012
Marlin Samuel Brown, 90, Cuthbert, died August 21, 2012
Brenda J. McGee, 64, of Bklackshear, Georgia, died Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Loretta B. Stewart, 64, Meigs, GA died August 21, 2012
Walter B. Foster, 74, Cuthbert, died August 18, 2012
Ronnie Dewayne Hutto, 49, Baconton, died August 17, 2012
Cora Jean McCray, 62, of Albany, GA 31705, died Tuesday August 21, 2012
Lewis Jeems Thomas, Jr., 70, Pelham, died August 22, 2012
Dorothy Louise DeMent Collins of Blakely, GA died Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Jeanelle Dukes Bell Albritton, 78, Ashburn, died August 22, 2012
Gloria A. Crawford, 56, Albany, died August 22, 2012
Jon Dewey Ayers, 55, died August 20, 2012
Dougherty school officials say fraudulent information may be an ongoing problem among school system employees.
Twelve West Nile Virus cases have been reported in Southwest Georgia this year.
Facing prison time, an 18-year-old basketball prodigy collapses in the courtroom.
A federal court judge in Albany has denied a request by the attorneys for former Archbold CEO Ken Beverly to free him while he appeals fraud convictions.
A body found in a trailer at East Albany’s Mimosa Trailer Park leads police to an active homicide investigation.
LL Cool J plays a special agent on TV's "NCIS: Los Angeles," and now he's caught an actual bad guy.
Teachers will provide Mandarin Chinese instruction three times a week, 20 minutes at a time, to students in pre-K through the third grade this year. The system plans to roll out Mandarin Chinese instruction to all Bibb students by the 2015-16 school year.
Here are the top morning headlines from around the state:
Stephen Strasburg baffles the Braves — again — on Tuesday to not only lead the Nats to a 4-1 win, but put more distance between Washington and Atlanta in the race for the NL East crown.
With six seniors and 16 juniors who all have varsity experience, Southland coach Tim Goodin says this year’s team could be the best he’s had since arriving four years ago.
Panthers QB Bryce Benton had a breakout junior season that caught the attention of several D-I schools, but before he can even think about college he knows there’s unfinished business in Americus: winning a region title.