The United Kennel Club Winter Classic Coon Hunt is a traditional winner for the area economy.
Open to the public, the United Kennel Club Winter Classic Coon Hunt begins today at the Exchange Club Fairgrounds.
APD responds to at least 22 incidents
Nights@Dtown is a monthly arts and music celebration in downtown Albany.
Georgia state legislators must not pass any additional pro-gun laws, such as allowing people to carry concealed weapons to churches, college dormitories and classrooms, and non-secured areas at Hartfield International Airport in Atlanta.
I have been tossing it around in my mind. What is the difference between aiming a gun at somebody and aiming a car?
I recently spent some time in a local hospital as a patient. During my stay, I came to respect and admire the dedication and patience of the nursing staff.
A daring rescue that resulted in the freeing of two Western hostages Tuesday is another example of how important surgical counterterrorist strikes have become in this new age of warfare.
It was to be expected that in the course of his State of the Union address, President Obama would mention the killing of Osama bin Laden, whose death represented the culmination of the battle against terrorism that began on Sept. 11, 2001.
The unemployment rate for Dougherty County was 11 percent in December, up from 10.9 percent the previous month.
Dwayne Myles, president and CEO of the United Way of Southwest Georgia since 2007, has resigned.
Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful recognizes the more than 34,000 volunteers who worked with the program last year.
The Lee Sheriff’s Office, Marshal/Code Enforcement office and Department of Natural Resources are after environmental violators.
Squawk of the Day - Jan. 27, 2012
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Jan. 19-26, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
Ophelia Johns Strickland, 100, Pelham, died January 25, 2012
Freddie Lee Taylor, 99, Cuthbert, died January 22, 2012
Eddie Luis Scott, 74, Cuthbert, died January 20, 2012
Willie J. Reid, 93, Richland, died January 22, 2012
Amanda Humber Knighton, 91, Lumpkin, died January 24, 2012
Mrs. Bernice Harris Hayes, 79, died January 22, 2012
Johnnie Dell Jones, 83, Edison, died January 19, 2012
Willie Lee Moore, 67, Pelham, died January 20, 2012
Mamie Foster, 90, Albany, died January 25, 2012
William Alfred Hicks, 65, died January 22, 2012
Ada Carolyn Taylor Hayes, 88, Albany, died January 25, 2012
Margarett Alice Bruce Mullis, died November 9, 2011
Raymond Redmon, died January 22, 2012
Shyteria Williams, Albany, died January 25, 2012
Sherry Dean Pickett, 55, Dawson, died January 24, 2012
Willie Bruce Curry, Jr., 53, died January 25, 2012
Nathan Lucius Trotter, 91, Dawson, died January 26, 2012
Joann Worthy Davis, 43, Meigs, died January 22, 2012
David Wyatt Thomas, 46, Albany, died January 26, 2012
Annie M. Taylor, 93, Atlanta, died January 21, 2012
Christine Rasberry, 91, Martin, LA, died January 25, 2012
Madeleine Lisenbee, Albany, died Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Jay Brown, 73, Terrell County, died January 18, 2012
Geoffrey D. Hemphill, Leesburg, died January 25, 2012
Stacey H. Kelley, 51, Georgetown, died January 25, 2012
Annie Lee Davis, 57, died January 22, 2012
Melvin Huellett Anderson, 52, Albany, died January 20, 2012
Ceolia Mae Thomas Fowler, 91, Albany, died January 23, 2012
Nora Genevieve Everett, 86, Albany, died January 25, 2012
Ossie Lee Glispie, 92, Albany, died January 22, 2012
Rose Lee Brown Calloway, 55, Metter, GA, died January 24, 2012
Marie Moseley Arnold, 68, Albany, died January 23, 2012
J. T. Fluellen, 67, Titusville, FL, died January 20, 2012
Rosa Mae Barnes, 77, Albany, died January 19, 2012
I write in praise of asking questions. (Who asked the first question in the Bible? Click on Creede's column and take the quiz to find out.)
If bought, the Albany Water, Gas & Light Commission would move its offices from the former Hotel Gordon to the new location at 410 West Broad Avenue.
WG&L officials met recently with city commissioners in a closed-door meeting.
The Dow Jones industrial average was trading near its highest close since the 2008 financial crisis Thursday.
The Yellow Jackets men’s basketball team’s lack of a home gym — which draws a shockingly sparse crowd for every home game — seems to be adding fuel to the fire of Georgia Tech’s dismal season, which has the program just 8-12 overall and last in the ACC.
The Lady Jets continue to dominate Region XVII opponents, running their region record to 10-0 with a 72-45 victory against host Albany Tech on Wednesday, while the South Georgia Tech men also win. (ADDS: item on SGT men beating Albany Tech with second-half surge)
Albany amateur boxer Terry Roscoe heads to the state championships in Macon today, hoping to win the 165-pound title and advance to the Summer Olympics qualifier in Colorado Sprinds, Colo., next month.
The pitiful-looking oak trees at Toomer's Corner --- which were allegedly poisoned by a crazed Alabama fan last season --- will be replaced, Tigers president Jay Gogue says Wednesday.
The 26th annual Albany Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony is just a few months away, but the HOF selection committee wants to remind local athletes and those who nominate them to continue to submit resumés for consideration.
San Antonio hands Atlanta an ugly, ugly road loss Wednesday night, 105-83.
If there’s one thing New York and New England do better than any other teams in the NFL, it’s stepping on the gas with a lead, rather than sitting back and hoping to run out the clock — a trend that will continue in Super Bowl XLVI.