Nell Fortner, who led the Lady Tigers to to the 2008-0 SEC title, says she's leaving at the end of the season.
The Cavs hand the No. 2 team in the NJCAA a stunning come-from-behind loss Tuesday as Darton rallies from a 3-0 hole in the eighth inning to beat Chipola, 4-3, for the biggest win of its young season.
After winning the 1-A titles, Mitchell County sends both its boys and girls teams into this week’s GHSA state tournaments as No. 1 seeds and this could be just a beginning for the soaring Eagles and Lady Eagles.
REGION XVII TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Darton, South Georgia Tech women cruise in opener; Albany Tech eliminated
Michelle Mitchell has another huge game to lead Darton past Central Georgia Tech in its Region XVII tourney opener Tuesday to advance to the Final Four in Savannah later this week.
At age 36, and coming off back surgery, Braves starter Tim Hudson says he feeling better than ever and even jokes that he's in his "prime.'' (INCLUDES: Braves pitcher Tommy Hanson suffering a concussion from a minor car accident).
After a history making season, there’s more interest than ever from Southwest Georgia businesses to get involved with the reigning champ Albany Panthers, who agree to a deal with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital on Tuesday to name their home turf “Phoebe Field” for the upcoming 2012 campaign, which kicks off March 17 at the Albany Civic Center.
On Feb. 11, the Albany Symphony took the stage to play its fourth program for the 2011-12 season.
The park has a “wild” new location for its 3rd annual Sip & Safari fundraiser.
Lee County Elementary will host its 10th annual spring fundraiser.
The Gee Haw Whoa Back rodeo is part of the college’s alumni weekend.
The Cooperative Extension office and Dougherty County Health Department work to make diabetic meals appealing.
ASU and Darton College will host performances of “The Vagina Monologues.”
It’s been almost 30 years since Debbie and I, as school girls, began the great debate. Over the ensuing years, we have each stood firmly on what we believed to be true.
Black History Month honors the achievements of African Americans throughout history and that is a good thing.
Police respond to at least 52 incidents.
This is not -- repeat, not -- an attempt to convince anyone that abortion is right or wrong.
One idea that emerged late last year from one of the Republican presidential nominee candidates who have fallen by the wayside has some intriguing possibilities.
Through the combined efforts of N.A.M.I. Albany, The Bradley Center of Columbus and the N.A.M.I. Columbus affiliate, an enlightening educational program was presented on Feb. 14 at Phoebe Northwest.
Governor Deal, in the past several days we have seen the governor of New Jersey order the flags in his state to be flown at half-mast to honor an entertainer who had died.
There will be 11 public blood drives held through April 11 in Dougherty County, with others scheduled to take place throughout the metro Albany area.
Three advance to International Career Development Competition in Salt Lake City
Georgia Tech currently holds a $100,000 contract to administer the city's small business program.
Some people like to blame oil executives or maybe even politicians for high gas prices, but sometimes it is just supply and demand.
The 10th publisher of The Albany Herald has carved out a successful 40-year-plus career that led to his dream job.
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Albany City Commissioners fail to reach a four-vote consensus Tuesday to move forward with the $9 million project.
Albany City Commissioners fail to reach a four-vote consensus Tuesday to move forward with a $9 million transportation project.
The owner of a deer processing business in Lee County files a no-contest plea for operating without a business license.
Event's goal is to bring to light false perceptions attached to Special Education.
Alice Coachman will headline the event celebrating Black History Month.
Indusa Investments is clearing the way for the new Olive Garden Restaurant.
Harry Thornton, Jr., 76, Tifton, died February 14, 2012
Ann Elizabeth Thomas Wilkerson, Sumter County, died February 16, 2012
Louisa Williams, 72, Colquitt, died February 20, 2012
Charlie B. Gouch, 94, Meigs, died February 14, 2012
James Wade Collier Sr., 66, Dayton, TN, February 18, 2012
Emily Beatie Holt, Fort Wayne, IN, died February 19, 2012
Rev. J.C. Jackson, Albany, died February 18, 2012
Otis Lee Carr, 91, Bainbridge, died February 18, 2012
Emma Lue Latimore Wheeler, 63, Miami, FL, died February 16, 2012
Marvin Scott Tison, 63, Albany, died February 20, 2012
Doris Lee Williams, 64, Leesburg, died February 19, 2012
Joseph Benjamin Rowe, 86, Albany, died February 20, 2012
Stephen Daryl Cater, Sr., 51, Lee County, died February 20, 2012
Donna Marlene King, 40, Albany, died February 19, 2012
The Dow Jones industrial average crossed 13,000 on Tuesday for the first time since before the 2008 financial crisis.
This morning, the Albany Panthers and Phoebe Health System reached an agreement giving the healthcare company naming rights to the Civic Center field for Panther home games. The field will be called Phoebe Field.
The Albany City Commission signaled a desire Tuesday to abandon its Small Business Program facilitator over concerns of costs and productivity.
A TV was stolen from a chicken restaurant in East Albany before dawn today, Albany police say.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp wants a massive reform of the system that licenses and doles out discipline for Georgia professionals.
Lee County's Rashaud Anthony finishes second in the Class AAAA 113-pound state championship and ends his career as the all-time winningest wrestler in Lee County history.
The Georgia Southwestern Hurricanes back up their No. 1 ranking in Division II with an impressive showing in the Frito Lay/Taco Bell Intercollegiate tournament, which featured a dozen Division I schools.
All Star guard Derrick Rose returned from a back injury and scored 23 points to lead the Bulls to a 90-79 victory against the Hawks on Monday.
Jordan “J-Smooth” Brown made 22-of-25 free throws Saturday to capture his fourth Elks Lodge Hoop Shoot state championship in a row.
South Georgia Tech will be the No. 1 seed in the Region XVII tournament for the second time in the eight-year history of its program, while Darton will be the No. 2 seed and Albany Tech the No. 6 seed in today’s first-round matchups.
The only major changes for the Braves, who squandered a chance at the playoffs last season with their historic collapse, will be rookie Tyler Pastornicky replacing Alex Gonzalez at shortstop and a new starting pitcher to replace Derek Lowe.
When the Giants' pitchers and catchers reported Sunday, San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy told reporters that he has instructed Buster Posey to not block the plate, which would prevent the Leesburg native from another injury like the one that ended his sophomore season.