Distinguished violinist Gareth Johnson and instrumental group Vientos del Pueblo to give complimentary performances this month.
The Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit arrested two clerks and another man at a convenience store for selling marijuana.
Former President Carter is scheduled to teach Sunday School this week.
APD responds to at least 25 incidents
The reasons for Santorum’s defeat are too complicated for a 30-second ad or a brief answer at a debate. He can blame a lot of factors, but in the end he was most responsible for his own fate. Now, if Santorum’s presidential campaign continues to soar, he’ll likely have to discuss the ’06 defeat more. The Romney campaign will point to it as proof that Santorum can’t win the White House. Santorum’s job is to tell voters — and prove to them with his actions — that he has learned from his loss, and that he’s a better candidate for it.
In the meantime, no need to start drawing up plans for those interstellar warp engines just yet. Exceeding the speed of light, for now at least, seems to be running into some technical difficulties.
The U.S. Marine Corps announced late last year that two bands would be cut, including the one attached to Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany.
Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrest a third man in connection with a Dec. 26 shooting at Paradise Village.
Corinne Nicholson makes her Oscar picks.
Check out today's Squawk of the Day!
Check out today's Squawk of the Day!
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Anyone who knows their Oscars knows that nominees' fashion plans are strictly top secret until the big day. They seem to be more revealing about their designer undergarments, though.. While it may fit into the too-much-information file, some of the year's most celebrated actors
LOS ANGELES -- The Academy Awards are the film industry's biggest night of the year, and movie fans deserve their own Oscar celebrations.. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC, which broadcasts the Academy Awards, suggest Oscar Sunday ought to be like Super Bowl Sunday -- a
Willard Little, 62, Albany, died February 23, 2012
Catherine Mary Wade Croy, Albany, died February 23, 2012
Laura Ellen Jackson, 73, Leesburg, died February 23, 2012
Jane Marie Drake Gordon, 57, Donalsonville, died February 24, 2012
Pabla Hernandez, 75, Thomasville, died February 23, 2012
James A. Reed, 83, died Febraury 22, 2012
Willie J. Wright, 72, Meigs, died February 24, 2012
Tornado Warning for Colquitt, Mitchell till 1:30 PM EST ...AT 103 PM EST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO INDICATE A TORNADO. THIS TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR LANEY...MOVING NORTHEAST AT 50 MPH. MM
How many controversial topics can one list regarding faith and values right now? It’s enough to make one want to crawl in a cave until the presidential election is over.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Feb. 16-23, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
NBA ROUNDUP: Hawks snap three-game slide, upend division rival Magic at home; Heat cool down Knicks, Lin-sanity in rout
Atlanta picks up an important Southeasten Division win Thursday night, while Orlando looks terrible during a 83-78 loss to the Hawks --- scoring just 30 points by halftime --- as the Magic get set to host All-Star weekend.
After the Seminoles went into Durham, N.C., earlier this season and stunned the Dukies on a last-second shot, there would be no such miracle Thursday night as the ACC-leading Seminoles fall behind early and never recover en route to a 74-66 loss.
In an event he once dominated, Tiger Woods is knocked out of the Accenture Match Play Championships in just the second round Thursday by Nick Watney to send Woods to another bitter defeat on his comeback trail that still hasn’t seen him win a major event in three years.
Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart both win the Gatorade Duels on Thursday during qualifying and will start near the front for Sunday's Daytona 500.
2012 SPRING TRAINING: Hanson returns to Braves’ spring training after suffering concussion in car accident; Chipper quells talk that he's gotten fat
After getting into a car accident on his way to the Braves' spring training complex in Florida and suffering a mild concussion, starting pitcher Tommy Hanson returns to action on a limited basis Thursday.
In a landmark ruling in all of professional sports, NL MVP Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers has his suspension for failing a drug test overturned Thursday by Major League Baseball and won't be suspended 50 games to start the 2012 season.
Among the many interesting story lines heading into the Lee County baseball team’s 2012 season, none is bigger than the milestone that could be achieved tonight in Leesburg against Westover when the Trojans not only try to win their season opener, but give longtime head coach Rob Williams his 500th career victory.
Patriots ace Robert Daniel gives up just one hit, but Westover still loses its season opener Thursday against Schley County, 2-1.
Despite both teams struggling to start the season, the Rams (4-8) get the better of the Hurricanes (1-10) on Thursday in Albany in a battle of neighboring D-II programs.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Lady Rams get No. 7 seed heading into conference tourney, while Rams fall at the buzzer in regular-season finales; Darton, SGT Final 4 hoops games to be on radio
The Albany State women win their regular-season finale, while the men fall in the finals seconds to Stillman on Thursday night, while the Darton and South Georgia Tech women get ready for the Region XVII Final Four in Savannah, which can be heard on the radio.
Tony Econompoulus resigns as head coach of the Georgia Southwestern women’s soccer program this week to take the same job at nearby D-I Mercer. (ADDS: items on GSW basketball, softball and golf)
Monroe’s Tornadoes hope they can beat Howard on Saturday without Super 6er Rantavious Gilbert, who is still out with an ankle injury, while the Westover girls try to rebound from a shocking Region 1-AAA title loss to Crisp County as 22 area girls and boys teams open the GHSA state tournament this weekend. (ADDS: Breakout with entire GHSA and GISA boys and girls schedule featuring area teams).
Six Darton wrestlers — Terry Harris, Ryan DeVita, Dametres Ellis, Cole Claar, Raheem Hill and Trey Hicks — are five victories away from a national title and begin their journey today with opening-round matches in the NJCAA national championship in Rochester, Minn.
Herald High School beat writer Mike Phillips gives his take on how he sees the first round, and beyond, of the GHSA boys and girls state playoffs going --- and he hopes they end with a trip to Macon for more than one of Southwest Georgia's talented teams.
Terrell Academy’s girls basketball team, which has adopted the nickname “Quad Squad,” enters the GISA Class AA Final Four today with a chance to become the first girls team in GISA history to win four consecutive state titles. (ADDS: breakout on GISA Class A Final Four featuring Westwood and Crisp Academy)