These are religious announcements for events in and near Metro Albany.
The 13-1 South Georgia Tech men’s basketball team wins its fifth in a row Friday the opening game of the Albany Tech Holiday Classic at the Civic Center, winning a thriller against Alabama Southern, 104-100. (ADDS: items on Darton women; Albany Tech women, men in late games Friday)
Crisp Academy finishes 2-0 in its home Christmas tournament thanks to a double overtime win Friday against Mount de Sales. (ADDS: items on Deerfield boys; Terrell Academy girls, boys; Randolph Southern girls, boys; and Westwood girls, boys)
Albany police say a medical condition disoriented a driver, causing a three-car wreck Friday evening.
An arrest was made this week in connection to an assault that took place in northwest Albany on June 23.
APD responds to at least 38 incidents.
Counting down Southwest Georgia’s Top 10 sports stories of 2012 --- #4: Three area high school coaches achieve career milestones
The Herald’s sports staff has chosen, in our eyes, Southwest Georgia’s Top 10 sports stories from 2012. Today marks the seventh of 10 we’ve picked as having a significant impact as we count down to No. 1, which will appear in the Jan. 1 edition. Look for No. 3 in Sunday’s edition of The Herald.
Falcons tight end and ageless wonder Tony Gonzalez said before the season this would probably be his last, but as Atlanta’s leading receiver at age 36, he may just want to rethink his future with one of the NFL’s rising franchises.
The general feeling in Nebraska is that Georgia is going to crush the Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl on Tuesday, so many longtime Big Red fans are just staying home.
A former Louisville player sues the school and coach Charlie Strong, alleging he was asked to cover up a locker room beating given to him by two of his own teammates.
Rafael Nadal says he won't play again until some time in February after pulling out of the season's first major Friday with what he's calling a stomach virus.
Chehaw's holiday light show attracts largest crowds in its history.
Mall officials say they're always looking for new tenants to move in.
The newest members of the Dougherty County Board of Education say they understand the challenges they will face.
Results were posted earlier this month on the latest survey of our region of the country. I wish I had two versions of the report to offer ("first, the good news, and then the bad"). But I have only one and it's not a pretty picture.
Frank O'Brien, a St. Louis distributor, is one of more than 42 plaintiffs suing the federal Department of Health and Human Services over its mandate that forces employers to provide health insurance that includes access to contraception and abortion services. This controversial Obamacare regulation threatens the religious liberty of not only Catholics but also evangelicals and others with objections of conscience to any of these policies.
Wylie Lee Moore, 86, Friday, December 28, 2012
Frank Wayne Arnold, died December 26, 2012
Arthur Lee Boyett, 83, Morris, died December 28, 2012
Wilburn Ivy, 83, of Albany, GA died Friday, December 28, 2012
Jimmie M. Nash, 88, Colquitt, died December 26, 2012
Cotele H. Prance, 84, Brinson, died December 26, 2012
Nellie Ruth Ellis Mann, 94, Ocilla, died December 27, 2012
Estell Gordon, 89, Attapolgus, GA died December 28, 2012
Fannie Jackson Hill, Sumter County, died December 23, 2012
Mildred Henderson Mims, 92, Albany, died December 27, 2012
Curtis Lynn Clark, 87, of Albany died Friday, December 28, 2012
Danny McKenzie, AKA Carl Tweety, 54, of Sylvester
Walter Donald Register, 74, Waterloo, died December 27, 2012
Florence Carolyn Sheffield, 82, Coleman, died December 27, 2012
Pearl Early Lewis, 96, Albany, died December 27, 2012
Annie Rose May, Sumter County, died December 28, 2012
A Hoover man has been charged with attempted murder after shooting at firefighters during a medical call Thursday morning.
Former President George H.W. Bush remains in intensive care at a Houston hospital, but he's improving.
To view more Squawks, pick up a copy to today's Albany Herald.
Three Dougherty County School Board members, including the two newest faces on the board, will take their oaths of office today at the Dougherty County Courthouse.
THURSDAY'S PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: No. 1 Monroe girls edge No. 2 Pelham in OT; DWS boys lose second game
The Herald No. 2 Lady Hornets suffer their first loss of the season Thursday, and it comes in the first 1 vs. 2 Fab 5 matchup of the season against top-ranked Monroe.