When the Georgia High School Association votes to approve a plan to have separate state playoffs for Class A private and public schools for 2012-2013, it impacts Southwest Georgia as much as any part of the state.
What if your surname became so common — due to your behavior — that it became a verb?
All fugitives on the Albany Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted List should be considered armed and dangerous. Crime Stoppers has four fugitives on its Most Wanted list this week.
We are better than this. It is incumbent on us to ensure that we back up our high ideals with our actions.
A recent editorial gave high praises and support to President Obama, and we were told how good of a job he has done.
I am glad Mr. Bryant feels the same. Very few men notice or care nowadays who wears what. I never wore blue jeans in Hungary. Only farmers did.
Sometimes people need to be fired and sometimes they shouldn’t be hired at all. That’s reality. The further, obvious reality is that several of those who do not deserve to have the jobs they seek are running for president of the United States.
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Stalking his wife, a man believes she is in a GMC Sonoma so he crashes his Silverado into the Sonoma, which hits a Ford, a police report says.
APD respond to at least 17 incidents
Eddie Leon Castleberry is sentence to two years in prison.
MAMS bows to Valdosta Middle 105-80 in the championship round.
Joshua Jones is caught in his connection with a shooting.
A man’s tattoos give him away, and he is jailed for burglaries.
Kraig Beahn is the CEO for L2Networks, a telecommunications company in Albany.
What was once the Southwest Georgia Cancer Coalition is now being called Cancer Coalition of South Georgia.
Many southwest Georgians are wondering what happened to the coat-and-jacket weather they used to have in winter.
Ilyasah Shabazz tells students to understand their rich and diverse heritage.
Event organizers say that they need more volunteers in order to pull off the March 3 marathon and bike race.
Angela Dunford's family uses social media to build case so chief assistant district attorney can prosecute man in deadly crash.
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William A. Brooks, 86, Camilla, died January 11, 2012
Norman Mathis, 52, Camilla, died January 5, 2012
William E. Bailey, 70, West Columbia, S.C., died December 21, 2011
Larry Joe Dotson, Sr., 64, Columbus, died January 4, 2012
Lucien R. Bush, 94, Camilla, died January 11, 2012
Patricia Carter-Spence, Sumter County, died January 10, 2012
Buren Whitaker, 76, Colquitt, died January 11, 2012
Jerome Washington, 50, Blakely, died January 10, 2012
Fayte Williams, 60, Albany, died January 10, 2012
Willie D. Solomon, Sumter County, died January 7, 2012
Charlie F. Walker, Jr., 70, Lithonia, died January 8, 2012
Marty Morris Leverett, 50, Leesburg, died January 10, 2012
Extension office looks for Master Gardeners Thronateeska kicks off astronomy series
Annie Lee Williams, Albany, died December 30, 2011
Clifford Butler, 75, Albany, died January 9, 2012
Lorene Daniels, 75, Albany, died January 6, 2012
Bobbie Lee Gaines, 67, Sylvester, died January 7, 2012
Antonio Green, 33, Albany, died January 3, 2012
Members of the Georgia management team for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency have scheduled a meeting on Jan. 26 in Newton to get feedback from the public on the planned merger of the baker County FSA office.
The New Year has really started off with a bang.
Georgia saw a nearly 16 percent decline in foreclosures in 2011 from the previous year.