The 14th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance at the Albany Civic Center benefited Girls Inc. of Albany, Girls Scouts of Southwest Georgia and The Flint River Habitat for Humanity.
Justin Jamall King walked into the Superior Court of Dougherty County building Friday and was arrested.
Haven of Hope announces its first “Night to Remember” to celebrate the survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
About 300 elementary school children write about MLK with the messages used to make a collage.
Georgia would spend about $18.6 billion in state money this year under a midyear budget House members passed Friday.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Jan. 26-Feb. 2, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
City officials say that both the Community Development Block Grant Program and the HOME fund were cut by more than 27 percent.
APD responds to at least 22 incidents.
Our Daily Bread will have its grand opening February 10, officials say.
An event later this month will allow physicians to share with their colleagues the "freaky moments" of medicine.
The regime in charge of Iran would have the world believe that concerns about its nuclear weapons program are greatly exaggerated, mostly by Israel and the United States.
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A judge weighing a legal argument from a "birther" group, ruled Friday that President Barack Obama is a natural-born citizen of the U.S. and should be on the ballot in Georgia.
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Imperial regimes can crack when they are driven out of their major foreign outposts. The fall of the Berlin Wall did not just signal the liberation of Eastern Europe from Moscow. It prefigured the collapse of the Soviet Union itself just two years later.
Bertha Blackmon Cheney, 97, of Dawson passed away on February 1, 2012
David Bruce Burroughs, 57, of Baconton, died Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Mrs. Diane Simpson Cochran, 55, passed away Thursday evening
Mrs. Thomas, 83, died January 31,2012 in Bainbridge, Georgia
Mrs. Judy Allen Gleaton died Wednesday February 1, 2012
Sara Jane Bartlett Rief age 76 of Albany, Ga. passed away Thursday February 2, 2012
Officials from the Albany Fire Department work the scene of an accident on Oglethorpe Boulevard bridge Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Helen Katsekis of of Tampa, FL formerly of Albany died Thursday Feb 2, 2012
Kathryn Elizabeth Smith of Blakely died on February 2, 2012
Vet. Robert J. Davis of Atlanta died on January 24, 2012
Mr. James Thomas Bell, age 90, of Iron City, GA who passed away Thursday, February 2, 2012
Ms. Belinda J. Thomas of Sumter County died on February 3, 2012
Benjamin Brunard Blaylock, 56, of Albany died on February 1, 2012
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.
He who seeks beauty will find it. Funny how the words struck me recently as I sat on our couch and watched a documentary — not something I can admit I’ve said a lot, mind you.
The Albany Symphony Orchestra’s concert Saturday evening will include Italian cuisine and romantic music.
Mr. Walter Milton Huff, 84, of Clayton, CA died on February 2, 2012
Janie Dyous Hilton died on January 25, 2012
Mr. Antonio Small, 29, of Albany died on January 27, 2012
Nearly all of the starters for Albany State’s baseball team are returning this season, which starts today on the road in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., against Nova Southeastern University.
Nick Lane becomes the second Westover product in three years to sign a scholarship with Albany State's baseball program.
Already the school's career shutout leader, Deerfield star goalie Katie Williams becomes third-year coach Aly Joslin's first signee during his tenure as Williams inks a scholarship with Birmingham Southern College in Alabama on Thursday at the school.
Monroe’s 10-time state champion track & field star Mimi Land slips on a Clemson hat during her signing ceremony Thursday, choosing the Lady Tigers’ rising program over that of already established powerhouse Florida.
Chipper Jones remains upbeat about his 18th MLB season, but with two knee surgeries under his belt in the last two years, Braves fans are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Stillman comes into Albany and sweeps the Rams and Lady Rams, while Albany Tech's men's and women's hoops teams fall on the road to East Georgia --- a team they beat earlier this week in a sweep at home.
Arguably the world’s most revered and famous boxing trainer, Angelo Dundee, dies from a heart attack late Wednesday night after a career that saw him train the likes of Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, Sugar Ray Leonard and Sonny Liston.
Josh Weinfuss, The Albany Herald’s Super Bowl correspondent this week in Indianapolis, catches up with former Monroe star Deion Branch’s teammates during Media Day to find out what exactly the 10-year veteran means to this year’s New England team — and the verdict is unanimous: He’s as beloved as he is respected.
SUPER BOWL XLVI NOTEBOOK: Gronkowski finally practices; 'Never Miss a Super Bowl' club still going strong
Rob Gronkowski practices Thursday for the first time since injuring his ankle during the AFC Championship game and says he expects to play Sunday night in the Super Bowl against the New York Giants.
Lefty plans to sue Internet provider after claims his wife had an affair, and he fathered illegitimate child
Phil Mickelson may be on the verge of a groundbreaking lawsuit against an Internet service provider that allowed defamatory comments to be posted about he and his wife.
The Hawks have been pretty great at home this season, but Thursday they were awful, falling by 19 to the visiting Memphis Grizzlies.
Lowndes LB Josh Harvey-Clemons faxes in his paperwork to UGA early Thursday morning, dispelling rumors he may switch his commitment.