The Lady Wildcats of Cordele continued their dominance against the Lady Wildcats of Camilla on Tuesday behind a season-high 38 points from Herald Super 6er Madi Mitchell. (ADDS: roundup items on Seminole-Lee County; Calhoun County-Worth County; Pelham-Baker; Dougherty-Taylor County; Bainbridge-Thomasville; and Life Christian Academy-LaGrange)
The Falcons' defense is having a great year, and to find out why, look no further than star safety Thomas DeCoud's team-leading six interceptions. (ADDS: Jets bench QB Sanchez — finally)
For the first time since Richard Pitino became the head coach at Florida International, he will face his father and legendary hoops coach Rick Pitino tonight.
In a rare 11:30 a.m. start Tuesday morning, Georgia takes on in-state foe Mercer and gets a much-needed win behind Kentavious Caldwell-Pope's game-high 17 points.
Sonny Skinner, the head pro at River Pointe Golf Club, becomes the first in history to win three straight Senior PGA Professional Player of the Year awards.
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Editor Note: This is the second installment of a three-part series. It is running over a five week period rather than three consecutive weeks.
Another Alien Astronaut, Meow Kapow and DJ Billy Ocean will perform during a ‘final-day’ blowout at Albany’s State Theatre.
Area residents share their for the holiday season.
Albany Police Department officials drop charges against two men arrested in a Thanksgiving weekend shooting at Merry Acres.
A Lily Pond Road resident is in jail charged with six counts of sexual exploitation of a child, states a DCPD report.
More than 30 children at an Albany school are provided cold weather accessories by Albany emergency dispatchers.
Hearings will be scheduled to determine if local nightclubs’ alcohol licenses are denied or suspended.
Dougherty County Police Department officers arrest three and search for another in a scheme to cash fake checks.
Albany police respond to at least 43 incidents.
There have been reports on statistics about the Metro Albany area that have been less than flattering, but the five-county area deserves a pat on the back for one important area — giving.
In a letter to the editor, Charles Westbrook lack of respect for life is reason for murders.
In a letter to the editor, Irving Chamberlain of Albany says that murder is murder, no matter what the method.
To all you skeptics out there who are poo-pooing the ancient Mayans and their calendar, which seems to indicate Friday will be the last day of our existence: Won’t you have egg on your face — along with bits of other matter that may have been blown to bits by some cataclysmic happening — if the wise tribe was right all along?
In a letter to the editor, Lorraine Reynolds of Albany says that wishing happiness is nothing to argue about.
In a letter to the editor, Warren D. Grant of Albany says that moving ahead comes with bumps in the road.
Cute puppy + feeding time = unbelievable awww.
Gabe Jones has become somewhat of a hero to his own family.
A recent guide to philanthropic endeavors lists Albany residents as most generous in the state and No. 8 in the nation.
When the Justice Department announced its record $1.9 billion settlement against British bank HSBC last week, prosecutors called it a powerful blow to a dysfunctional institution accused of laundering money for Iran, Libya and Mexico's murderous drug cartels.
Just two weeks before the economy-threatening "fiscal cliff" is due to kick in, both President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner are making significant concessions to each other, backing off what had once been ironclad positions on how to avoid the huge automatic spending cuts and tax increases.
Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow and the disappointing New York Jets won't make the playoffs this season after a loss to Tennessee that Jets coach Rex Ryan called "devastating."