Randolph-Clay's girls lose to GAC, 52-49, in the finals and the Randolph-Clay boys fall in the consolation final against Oxford (Ala.) in the Carrollton Christmas Tournament on Saturday.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about being motivated while duck hunting.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Nov. 27-17.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Randomly turn to any page in Doug Robinson’s new book “$ell Is NOT a Four Letter Word” — say Page123, on which Robinson makes a point about how “Words Really Have Meaning” with a humorous story about orders passed down from a colonel to his executive officer, who passes it on to the company commander, who passes it on to a lieutenant, who passes it on to a sergeant, whose orders to troops are about as far away from the orginal order as possible — and there’s a lesson to be learned.
Leesburg sales trainer-turned-author Doug Robinson turns 40 years in sales into a unique book on the subject.
Welcome to the time of year when just about everyone starts trying to lose weight. Make this year the last time you say, “This will be the year.” Following are five simple guidelines to assure you of fat loss success.
If you are reading this, then the world did not end as so many had expected it to on Friday.
Miss Chloe Ann Tennille’s Grocery store is on the outskirts of Patmos on the road to Colquitt (Phillipsburg Road). She is one of the sweetest, most beautiful, southern ladies you will ever meet. If you’ve never stopped to have a bottled Coca-Cola with salted peanuts in it, then I highly recommend it.
Efforts to save a downtown Albany attraction have included cuts in expenses and extended fundraising efforts.
Local school systems say they’re looking to “tighten up” security despite limited resources.
Dougherty County police respond to at least 10 incidents.
Contrise Williams of Albany has been selected for membership by Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society in the local chapter at University of Central Missouri.
A history buff in a small area community writes about its early days.
It's not tougher gun control, stupid.
Since we made it through doomsday — stupid Mayans! — it’s now officially time to start looking ahead to a new year.
What is it about this time of year? Unless you're in a long line for a got-to-have-it purchase in a store where the temperature has been set by the home office in a state where it must be freezing cold at high noon, you've probably noticed a few more smiles from folks you've met.
Herald writer Jim West holds a Q&A with Lara Gill, director of American Red Cross, Flint River Chapter.
A local technical college’s compliance officer has been responsible for securing more than $5 million in grants.
Monica Lynette Trull died Friday.
Hattie B. Williams died Friday.
Charlie Pace died Saturday.
William G. Hardin died Saturday.
Robert Carl Schwuchow died Friday.
Darron Darrel Beatty died Thursday.
Coral Lou Varney Phillips died Friday.
Albany firefighters respond to a fire Saturday afternoon.
Health officials say more people have been sick with the influenza virus earlier this season.
Eight days after Herald No. 1-ranked Monroe and No. 2 Westover’s boys hoops teams played an epic battle on Monroe’s home floor — with the Tornadoes winning Round 1, 70-63 — the two city rivals will meet again tonight in the championship game of the U Save It Pharmacy Boys Basketball Tournament after both won their semifinal games Friday, only this time the showdown will take place on the big stage at the Albany Civic Center. (INCLUDES: both teams' game stories from Friday)
The Hawks fall, 99-80, to a revamped 76ers team and Jrue Holiday, who returns after missing four games with a sprained foot.