Police respond to at least 35 incidents
Westover High School prevails to win the Albany Academic Decathlon.
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Jimmy Buffett, Eric Church, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and the annual Wanee Festival shows are on tap.
A grant to Albany State University’s Lyceum Committee brings the renowned Imani Woods to the Municipal Auditorium.
The Pataula Judicial Circuit Regional Drug Task Force arrests 42 in seven counties and two cities Thursday.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Jan. 5-12, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
And it matters not whether you find amusement in libertarians practicing dynastic succession. What Paul has already wrought is a signal achievement, the biggest story yet of this presidential campaign.
A public meeting is scheduled in Baker County for comments on a proposed consolidation of the Farm Service Agency there.
The coon hunt is scheduled for Jan. 27 and Jan. 28 at the Exchange Club Fairgrounds.
APD officers ask for community help in identifying man wanted for stealing cash from a customer at a convenience store Dec. 2.
The Grand Jury ends its six-month investigation by recommending sweeping changes to the Baker County School Board.
Ben Streeter, 65, Waycross, died January 8, 2012
William Emmett Mitchell, III, 76, Jonesboro, died January 9, 2012
Clarence Williams, 79, Byromville, GA, died January 12, 2012
Donnie Lester, 49, Snellville, died January 9, 2012
Jerome Washington, 50, Blakely, died January 10, 2012
Mamie Rose Ford Royal, 79, Cordele, died January 12, 2012
Katie Johnson, 92, Edison, died January 12, 2012
David Barnes, Jr., 31, Tifton, died January 7, 2012
Larry Bass, 68, Richland, died January 11, 2012
Juanita Marshall, 63, Sylvester, died January 12, 2012
Elton Ray Dydell, 56, died January 11, 2012
Ruby G. Ezell, 92, Bainbridge, died January 11, 2012
Rickman C. Anglin, 78, Albany,died January 12, 2012
Mary Cliff Gergen, 89, Albany, died January 12, 2012
uanita Gibbs Ivey, 94, Richland, died January 12, 2012
Muriel Redd Everett, 73, Moultrie, died January 12, 2012
James A. Dodson, Sumter County, died January 8, 2012
Georgia ranks 7th in the nation for overall education quality, according to an Education Week report released Thursday.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: ASU men’s hoops crushes Benedict, top team in conference, 65-51; Lady Rams fall in double overtime
The Rams knock off Benedict --- the conference's top team --- Thursday night on the road, while the women lose a heartbreaker in double overtime. (ADDS: items on Darton women losing to Georgia Perimeter; Andrew falling to East Georgia; and Albany Tech men and women splitting with Central Georgia Tech; also, Darton's Mitchell named Region XVII Player of the Week; Darton wrestling team's next match; and ASU's conference tourney heading to Atlanta).
Tonight in Randolph County, Red Devil Nation is ready to give back to a man who gave them so much when Joe Williams, the legendary boys basketball coach who died last year, will have Randolph-Clay’s sparkling new gym — the construction for which was just finished last month — named in his honor tonight between the boys and girls teams take the floor to face Calhoun County.
Atlanta announces before Thursday's game against Charlotte -- an 111-81 rout -- that All-Star center Al Horford has a torn muscle in his shoulder and likely won't return for any of the Hawks' regular season.
With his new career as a U.S. Congressman in North Carolina full-speed ahead these days, former Tennessee and NFL quarterback Heath Shuler still finds time for the annual Quail Unlimited Celebrity Quail Hunt in Southwest Georgia, where he’s also a part landowner of Wynfield Plantation.
Westover left-handed pitcher Robert Daniel, who has led the state in all classifications in strikeouts the past two years, signs his letter-of-intent to attend Gordon College in Barnesville on Thursday at the school with the hopes that after one year he can sign on with a major league franchise.
Darton is the setting for the biggest night of basketball games so far this season as two big showdowns take place between Albany High’s boys and girls and Thomasville, coupled with the classic city rivalry games between Westover’s boys and girls — both ranked No. 1 in The Herald — and Monroe.