Georgia Southwestern's Michael Tankersley hits a layup as time expires to give the Hurricanes a thrilling one-point win on Saturday. (ADDS: Albany Tech men lose; GSW baseball camp set)
The Hawks score 20 unanswered points in the third quarter to pull away from Memphis on Saturday and win, 93-83
Dezmond Newberry scored 12 of his team-high 14 points in the second half to lead the Albany boys basketball team to a 62-48 win.
Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent is facing an intoxication manslaughter charge after a one-vehicle accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown, a member of the team’s practice squad.
Rangers infielder Michael Young, a seven-time All-Star, is traded to the Phillies on Saturday, ending a 12-year stay in Texas, where he set the team’s career record for hits with 2,230.
Valdosta State is headed to the Division II national championship after beating Minnesota State-Mankato in Saturday's semifinal, 35-19.
Navy beats Army for the 11th straight time and wins the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy, which was up for grabs in the regular-season finale after both teams beat Air Force earlier in the year.
The Falcons 30-28 victory against the Panthers on Sept. 30 was a key moment in the season for both teams, who renew their rivalry again today.
Westover’s T.J. Cromer and Kell Miller combine for 46 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Patriots to a 73-53 victory against the Greenwave on Saturday. (ADDS: Westover girls win, 52-21)
With a thrilling win against Old Dominion, Georgia Southern advances to the FCS national semifinals and moves a step closer to its first national title since 2000.
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel makes history Saturday by beating out Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o to become the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy.
The Albany Museum of Art is selling prints by noted artists Lamar Dodd and Robert Childress.
“Rachel’s Challenge” was organized following the death of 17-year-old Rachel Scott at Columbine High School in 1999.
University System of Georgia Executive Vice Chancellor Houston Davis urges graduates to continue to stretch and continue learning.
A nature camp for children with special needs at Chehaw makes for a fun Saturday.
Roadwork starting Wednesday near the river will cause some downtown Albany traffic to detour, officials say.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce offers a webinar on the basics of federal health care reform for businesses.
Help us, we’re falling and we can’t get up again. Once upon a time — in 1988 and 1998 to be exact — the United States was the best country for a baby to be born and raised in, at least according to The Economist magazine.
Albany City Commissioner Ivey Hines' public meeting covers ways to watch out for identity theft and other financial crimes.
Well, here we are a quarter of the way through December and the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans are going swimmingly — if the goal is to take a flying leap off the fiscal cliff.
Correspondence: "You think you know so much, but you're always talking about something that you think is wrong. I never see you offer any solutions." Response: "I don't think anyone would listen too closely to my ideas, but since you asked ..."
Armed bandits hit The Winery Friday.
Illya Kenosha Williams died Friday.
Former State Rep. Bob Hanner will be the keynote speaker as some 383 Darton State College students graduate.
Charlott L. Moore died Friday.
Larry Mashburn died Friday.
Janet Colver Woods died Saturday.
Robyn Denise Statham died Saturday.
Dewey Senn died Thursday.
Lillie Belle McLemore died Wednesday.
I didn’t have to hear the commercial or see the ad to know it was back. A total stranger let me know. ‘Tis the season.
Table decorations you can put together in less than 30 minutes for under $20.
Health & Fitness column
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I love Christmas. My tree has been decorated; presents are wrapped; Christmas music plays throughout the house. I am in the Christmas spirit this year. Some years I wait until the last minute to buy gifts, but this year I’m ahead of the game.
Monroe star Key Key Price helps The Herald’s top-ranked Lady Tornadoes knock off No. 2 Crisp County on Friday night in the season’s first 1 vs. 2 Fab 5 showdown.
Sisters Brittany Ware and Cierra Hawkins combine for 43 points Friday night in a Baker County win against Webster County. (ADDS: roundup items on Seminole-Stewart girls, boys; Terrell Academy-Tiftarea girls; Randolph Southern-SGA boys, girls; DWS-Stratford boys, girls; Westwood-Crisp Academy boys; Miller County-Quitman boys; and Dougherty-Cairo boys, girls)