A long flight or time spent driving to a destination, deep in an adjoining state, allows time to reflect and reminisce.
A Leesburg country music singer/songwriter will unveil his debut solo album at a release party in Albany Saturday.
Winter finally looks like it has arrived. As much as I enjoy a little cold weather, I hate how it makes my skin feel. Let’s list a few precautions to consider as we settle down for the long winter season.
Music Review It should come as no surprise that Leesburg country singer/songwriter Stephen Harrell would invoke the hallowed name of George Strait on the very first song (“My Kinda Girl”) of his debut album, “Times Like These.”
The Atlanta Braves avoided arbitration Tuesday, agreeing to one-year deals with outfielder Michael Bourn, starting pitcher Jair Jurrjens and reliever Eric O'Flaherty.
James Wilson is the former superintendent of the Cobb and Fulton County School Systems.
James Wilson is caught on tape bullying Kathleen Mathers, media reports say.
Albany police respond to at least 30 incidents
Matt Breedon apparently changed his mind and decided to stay in the Dougherty County Judicial Circuit, according to his boss.
Consolidation and cuts in teacher and coaching supplements are among topics discussed by the Dougherty School Board.
The new establishment is the second to lease space in the Winn-Dixie shopping center in the past couple of weeks.
A South Georgia judge reduces a four-page report on the Baker School System to just three paragraphs.
Sherwood Baptist Church will make significant changes to its existing church facilities in northwest Albany.
The Albany Panthers won the SIFL crown last year but have joined another league heading into the 2012 season.
A North Carolina visitor is stricken with a heart attack in a Randolph County deer stand.
One of the best Southern rock bands touring today will bring its red-hot live act to Albany.
Justice has a price in Lee County. And the going rate right now is $181.
While most attention is focused on the presidential race and Republican hopes to oust President Obama from office, some significant steps were taken last week on issues dear to the hearts of conservatives.
With the possibility that a child could be harmed, SWAT responds to a domestic call on the 2800 block of Partridge Drive.
A student leader at Albany Technical College says an honors celebration allows him to keep a promise he made to his mother.
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The new personal breathing apparatuses come built in with sensors to monitor the condition of firefighters.
The Albany Fire Department will likely get an opportunity to upgrade a piece of equipment officials say is vital to fighting fires and protecting firefighters for the first time in 15 years.
George William Coram, 72, of Edison, Ga., died Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012
Quilla Mae Martin Mike Miller, 87, departed her life on Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Mrs. Kay McCormick Proctor, age 73, passed away on Monday, January 16
Mr. Oscar Ray Wills, age 89, passed away early Tuesday morning, January 17, 2012
A .40 caliber Sig Sauer handgun with 12 hollow-tip rounds was found sitting on a sink in a Lee County Publix men's room Monday.
Leonard Leon James, 73, of Blakely died on January 16, 2012
Mrs. Rheunette Singleton, 89, of Bainbridge died on January 17, 2012
Leslie Miller, 89, of Dothan, AL died January 17, 2012
Connie Knowles, 97, of Albany died on January 14, 2012
Sis. Loretta Livingston, 50 of Albany, GA died on Thursday, January 12, 2012
Ms. Glenice Burton of Smithville died on January 17, 2012
Here's a look at the latest Fab 5 Poll as Albany replaces Westover's boys at No. 1 after Westover falls to Monroe and Terrell County, while the Westover girls stay on top at 16-0. Includes the Quote of the Week, By the Numbers and area schedule, and Westover's girls beating Wilcox and Bainbridge's boys beating Tri Cities on Monday.
New England’s Tom Brady and New York’s Eli Manning are both shining in the playoffs.
The Georgia Department of Corrections has set a Jan. 31 execution date for Nicholas Cody Tate.
Syble G. Mills, 65, of Bainbridge, GA, died Monday, January 16, 2012
Five more bodies were found Tuesday from a crippled cruise ship, and a shocking audio emerged in which the ship's captain was heard making excuses as an Italian coast guard officer repeatedly ordered him to return and oversee his ship's chaotic evacuation.
William Keven Johnston, 46, of Ft. Gaines died January 10, 2012
Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia where users contribute and edit entries, will shut the English version of its website for 24 hours tomorrow to oppose proposed U.S. anti-piracy legislation.
Jessie Henderson, 67, died on January 8, 2012
Martha Faye Young Dorminy, 48, of Fitzgerald, Georgia died Sunday, January 15, 2012
Josh Smith scores 25 points and grabs a career-high 15 rebounds to lead the Hawks to a 93-84 win against Toronto on Monday.
Dirk Koetter, who was hired to lead Atlanta’s offense on Sunday, believes the Falcons have everything in place to be one of the top top offensive teams in the NFL.
Mitch Clarke, Blakely native, good Methodist and esteemed editor of a daily newspaper in North Georgia, took a radical approach for his first column of 2012. Instead of listing resolutions and hopes and dreams for the new year, he wrote about things which he has no plans to do. I like that idea. So with apologies to Mitch, please swim with me in this sea of negativity:
The Denver Broncos announce on Monday that Tim Tebow will be the team’s starter next season.