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Newt Gingrich's standing ovation Thursday night, when he attacked CNN moderator John King for asking about allegations that Gingrich wanted an "open marriage" with his second wife, told us little about South Carolina, but much about human nature.
When this country was founded, only white men owning property could vote. Since then, the franchise has gradually expanded to include blacks and women, the poor and the young.
Palliative care is often used in cases of advanced or serious illness, when it is generally necessary to focus on symptom treatment or pain relief.
Joe Paterno, a sainted figure at Penn State for almost half a century but scarred forever by the child sex abuse scandal that brought his coaching career to a stunning end, died Sunday at the age of 85. (UPDATED: 11:27 p.m.)
Roger Federer beats Australia’s 19-year-old Bernard Tomic in straight sets to reach the quarterfinals for the 31st consecutive time in a major championship.
Baltimore’s Billy Cundiff misses a 32-yard field goal that would have tied the game with 11 seconds left, sending the Patriots to a 23-20 win in the AFC championship game.
Outside of Super Bowl weekend, the NFL’s AFC and NFC championship games are two of the most anticipated contests every year — and this year is no different as San Francisco hosts New York and New England hosts Baltimore today for the right to play for professional football’s grandest prize in two weeks in Indianapolis.
In upsetting news for Georgia football fans Saturday evening, star CB Sanders Commings is arrested for domestic battery after he allegedly hits his girlfriend outside a bar.
This is the third in a three-part series examining the economic forecast for 2012.
With La Nina firmly entrenched for North America, drought conditions are likely to provide a headache for farmers without irrigation, a noted agriculture researcher predicted this week.
Muriel Bland Pace Newcomb, 90, died January 22, 2012
Lola Belle Hauesler, 85, Arabi, died January 21, 2012
Annie M. Taylor, 93, Atlanta, died January 21, 2012
Johnny Edward Thomas, Jr., 59, Albany, died January 21, 2012
Fred T. Spiker, 80, Georgetown, died January 16, 2012
Larry Michael Davis, 55, Albany, died January 21, 2012
Joann Worthy Davis, 43, Meigs, died January 22, 2012
Malcolm Alligood, 88, Fitzgerald, died January 21, 2012
Charles Lindberg Markland, 83, Albany, died January 21, 2012
Steven J. Reynolds, 52, Camilla, died January 22, 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cobb Trice of Bronwood, Georgia, are
Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Moss, Jr. of Albany, GA are proud
Mr. and Mrs. Tary Lane Brown of Albany, GA announce the engagement
Todd and Belinda Faircloth of Bronwood, GA are pleased
Tony and Teresa Bailey of Folkston, GA are proud to announce
Danielle Leigh Ham and Dewey Sean Tucker were united
Freshman Gary McCrae hits the game-winner in the final seconds for Randolph-Clay on Saturday night to lift the Red Devils past their bitter rival, the Terrell County Greenwave, 68-67.
In a crucial Region 1-AA showdown in Blakely on Saturday night, the Bobcats can't beat the Hornets for first place, while the Lady Bobcats come away winners.
Ramello Carter powers the boys and Miranda Phillips plays hero for the girls as Deefield sweeps rival Tattnall on Saturday night.
LOCAL COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Darton women get revenge on Georgia Perimeter; Albany Tech men, women roll
The Lady Cavs jump out to a 26-6 lead against Georgia Perimeter on Saturday in their rematch and hold off a late Lady Jags charge en route to a crucial Region XVII victory, 68-64.
The Atlanta Hawks, who were chastsed by their coach for quitting in a previous loss, bounce back and rip the Cleveland Cavaliers, 121-91, on Saturday.
The Herald No. 1 Lady Patriots improve to 19-0 on Saturday night with a win against Tift County at ABAC, while the No. 4 Westover boys fall in the most bizarre ending to a high school game this season.
Former Deerfiled star Andre Young has the best game of his career Saturday afternoon, scoring from all over the floor during a 64-62 Tigers victory vs. the slumping Yellow Jackets.
Late Saturday, several media outlets were reporting that legendary coach Joe Paterno had died, but Paterno's family refutes those reports saying he is only in "serious' condition in the hospital.
The last time Albany native and Monroe alum Deion Branch played in a Super Bowl was in 2005 when he emerged as the Patriots’ MVP, and now that he’s one win away from getting back, he and his New England teammates don’t plan on falling short.