It was something we just did, sometimes early in the afternoon or late in the day before the sun went down. Most likely it was Sunday, sometimes Saturday but most always Sunday after lunch was done and Shirley Temple was over on television.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Dec. 29 - Jan. 16.
After recently finishing my first workout after celebrating another birthday, I reflected on how my goals have changed in the past 38 years that I have been working out.
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.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich stormed to an upset victory in the South Carolina primary Saturday night, dealing a sharp setback to former front-runner Mitt Romney and suddenly scrambling the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Albany and Dougherty County officials charge that raw sewage is being dumped at the site.
Education Notebook - Jan. 22, 2012
A group of conservative evangelical leaders met in Texas last weekend and endorsed a Roman Catholic for president.
By now, it's likely that Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich has won the South Carolina primary in a contest that is narrowing to a two-man battle.
D.O.s have been around for more than a century and today they specialize in everything from dermatology to psychiatry.
One of the more enduring and mysterious traditions in America has been the "Poe Toaster."
She hates that she cries, calls herself a "sissy" as she brushes away the tears, but the anguish that has taken up permanent residence in Dolores Presley's soul surfaces anew as she shares the last note her son wrote to her.
Police respond to at least 52 incidents
Unlike Georgia as a whole, Albany was able to create jobs in 2011.
The lure of riding the the rails in miniature brings all ages to the Flint River Model Railroad Club's Train Show.
A retired Thomasville coach and educator tells about his life "back when" in south Georgia.
The Gunrunner Shows produced Albany Gun & Knife Show Sale at the Exchange Club Fairgrounds continues today.
Several area business have taken important state positions.
Managing Editor Danny Carter holds a Q&A with Bobby McKinney, interim CEO of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce.
Listed are the recent kitchen inspections done by the Dougherty County Environmental Health Office.
Video of Saturday afternoon storms in Albany.
Jewell Eady Slappey, 95, Sumner, died January 21, 2012
Melvin H. Anderson, 52, Albany, died January 20, 2012
Sally H. Bowers, 84, Pensacola, FL, died January 20, 201
Charles Lindberg Markland, 83, died January 21, 2012
Jerry Rhodes, 68, Norman Park, died January 21, 2012
David Paul Bogert Sr., 60, Gypsum CO, died January 17, 2012
Hollis Floyd, Americus, died January 20, 2012
Charles Lewis Watson, 75, Leesburg, died January 20, 2012
Bonita Cross Henry, 53, Donalsonville, died January 19, 2012
Vincent Powell and Marquez Williams have big nights as the Calhoun boys bury Terrell County on Friday, 80-67, in a crucial 1-A showdown.
The Trojans’ defense locks down Cairo and gets a big second half from Darrell Anthony for the win, while The Herald No. 2 Lady Trojans crush the Syrupmaids by 20 during Friday night’s Region 1-AAA showdowns in Albany.
The Albany High girls don’t capitalize on an opportunity to claim first place in Region 1-AA with a five-point loss at home Friday, falling two games behind region-leading Brooks County.
Pelham's 15-game win streak is snapped by Colquitt, who forced 17 turnovers and held Pelham to its lowest point total all season thanks to nine missed free throws. (ADDS: items on Monroe boys, Monroe girls, Americus-Sumter boys, Americus-Sumter girls, Westwood girls, Westwood girls, Miller County boys, Miller County girls, Seminole County boys, Seminole County girls, Deerfield boys, Deerfield girls, SGA boys, SGA girls, Randolph-Clay boys, Randolph-Clay girls, Sherwood boys, Sherwood girls, Early County boys and Westover girls.
Just like they have all season, the Hawks come out sluggish after halftime and watch an eight-point lead evaporate against the Philadelphia 76ers, who run away from Atlanta, 90-76, on Friday night.