When a friend was writing a novel, he was concerned that his protagonist was too perfect.
Mitt Romney can argue that winning ugly is still winning, especially in a contest he could not afford to lose. But Romney's decisive victory in Florida came at a price.
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A mobile home ravaged by flames kills two people and a drunken driver smashes into a police cruiser that responded to the fire.
Ongoing testing around a closed Lee County solid waste landfill shows no signs of drinking water contamination.
In Florida, local and federal authorities uncovered a $130 million tax fraud scheme, officials say.
Janice Hicks, 59, Camilla, died February 4, 2012
Walter Milton Huff, 84, Albany, died February 2, 2012
Jacquelyn Donaldson, 43, Whigham, GA, died February 4, 2012
Dwight Tucker, 68, Fitzgerald, died February 3, 2012
Susan Diane Hagen, 61, Albany, died February 3, 2012
Hilda Castillo Harvard, 54, Thomasville, died February 3, 2012
Bouie Mills, 82, Utica, NY, died January 29, 2012
Grace Dixon Altman, 88, Waycross, died February 4, 2012
Mary Louise Blalock, 90, Glen St. Mary, FL, diedFebruary 3, 2012
Julia Mae Protho, 70, Preston, died February 2, 2012
Herbert Hall of Doerun, died January 4, 2012
John E. Ellis, 71, Moultrie, died February 4, 2012
Vera Mauldin Hill, 91, Ashburn, died February 4, 2012
Gwin Nicholas Crawford, Sr., 59, Leesburg, died February 5, 2012
Mildred Donaldson, 58, Camilla, died February 1, 2012
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Arnold Morgan, 68, Albany, died February 4, 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arrington Whorton of Marietta, GA are pleased to announce
Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Parker of Newton, GA are pleased to announce the
Ms. Kay griffin of Albany, GA is pleased to announce the engagement of her
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Green of Bainbridge, GA announce
The Rams knock off Tuskegee, the No. 1 team in the conference, behind 15 points from Justin Wilcox. (ADDS: Items on ASU women basketball, Darton women's basketball, Darton softball, GSW baseball and GSW women's basketball).
The Hawks fall at home for just the third time this year, in large part because of the 76ers’ bench, which scored 54 points and had four players in double figures to defeat Atlanta, 98-87.
Deion Branch, who has run an incredible, inspiring route from Albany and Monroe High to NFL stardom, is back in the Super Bowl, where he won an MVP award seven years ago, and his heart is always in Albany, where those who know him best cherish his long ride and what he means to the Good Life City.
Albany’s Tim Pierce and Larry Sanford combine to score 18 points in the fourth quarter to help the Indians dominate Early County down the stretch in Saturday night’s matchup in the Civic Center between The Herald’s top-ranked teams, which AHS won, 66-51. (ADDS: Items on Albany girls beating Early County, and Monroe's girls beating Terrell County).
Terrell County led by six points in the closing minutes of the third quarter, but the Tornadoes play well down the stretch to improve to 17-5.
Randolph-Clay sweeps Calhoun County in two crucial boys and girls Region 1-B-A games. (ADDS items on Bainbridge-Cairo, Pelham-Mitchell County and Baker-Miller County).