In a letter to the editor, Duane "Banjo" Davis says a life saved leaves a long legacy.
The Hawks jump out to a 27-11 lead after the first quarter and cruise to a 94-72 win against the lowly New Orleans Hornets on Sunday, winning their fourth out of their last five games.
Lynn Kennedy, left, shares a dance with local artist and educator Arthur Berry Friday night during the Albany Museum of Art’s reception in Berry’s honor recognizing a lifetime of work. A newly published book called “Arthur Berry: A Lifetime of Painting” which includes 50 color reproductions highlighting his career is available by calling the museum at (229) 439-8400. See if you were SPOTTED at albanyherald.com.
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Tiger Woods’ ball striking left him Sunday and he couldn’t keep up with Englishman Robert Rock, who stayed poised in the final round of the Abu Dhabi Championship to hold off Woods and Rory McIlroy to win his second tournament title.
The Patriots step off the plane on Sunday and into a state where they are hated by Colts fans, but New England coach Bill Belichick and his players are all smiles as they give their first of several press conferences preceding Sunday’s Super Bowl against the New York Giants.
In an Australian Open men’s final match that lasts a record 5 hours and 53 minutes, Novak Djokovic comes back after getting broken in the fifth set by Rafael Nadal to win his fifth Grand Slam and third in a row.
The Georgia Southwestern men’s and women’s basketball teams lose at home Sunday to Peach Belt Conference foe UNC Pembroke.
Darton freshman pitcher Ryan Lemonds gives up three runs in the first inning in an 8-1 loss to Central Alabama on Sunday, but Cavs coach Scot Hemmings is coming home from Panama City with a 2-1 record and plenty of confidence in his team.
Five fathers are behind a legal challenge targeting the practice of imprisoning parents who cannot make their child support payments.
The Albany Police Department takes on cases deemed cold to pump for new information and solve them.
Former Olympic athlete Alice Coachman is featured in a new historic children's book.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kearse McNeely passed away on Saturday January 28, 2012
Deaconess Sadie Mae Hayward Redden went home to be with the Lord on January 27th
Mrs. Patricia Wilkin of Colquitt died Friday, January 27, 2012
Mr. Ray Lee Freeman, 62, of Newton died on January 28, 2012
Krista Marie Brodbeck and Brandon Christopher Tuggle
Elizabeth McDonald and Joshua Alan Hitt McCorkle
Mr. Robert Ward White 95 of Albany died on January 27, 2012
Mr. Harold Thomas Harris, 63, of Albany died on January 29, 2012
AUSSIE OPEN NOTEBOOK: Georgia teen wins girls title Down Under; Bryan Bros. fall short of record-setting 12th doubles title
The state of American men’s and women’s professional tennis may be in shambles right now with no U.S. player making it past the Round of 16 this year at the Aussie Open, but don’t tell that to Stockbridge, Ga., teen Taylor Townsend, 15, who not only won the junior title Saturday Down Under, she may have single-handedly given hope to the future of the sport in the United States.
In his 10th year in the league, Albany native Deion Branch is just a week away from playing in his third career Super Bowl — all with New England — and considering the high level he’s still playing at, this may very well not be his last.
Victoria Azarenka not only routs Maria Sharapova in the Aussie open women's final Saturday for her first majors title, but in doing so becomes the No. 1-ranked player in the world.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton baseball picks up win No. 2; ASU men, Darton women's hoops both win Saturday
The Darton baseball team is off to a 2-0 start to the 2012 season after Saturday's 3-1 win against Gulf Coast.
Tiger Woods is on the verge of his second victory since his fall from grace two years ago as he is now tied for the lead at the Abu Dhabi Championship after three rounds.
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Ex-Ga. Tech men’s coach Cremins falls ill, leaves College of Charleston team for remainder of season
Former Georgia Tech men’s hoops coach Bobby Cremins, who spent 19 years in Atlanta, will miss the rest of the season with College of Charleston due to an undisclosed illness.
GSW’s men’s basketball team is mired in a slump right now, including a tough home loss Saturday to Francis Marion, and things won’t get any easier with leading scorer Phillip Brown going down last week with a torn MCL, although Brown told The Herald on Saturday he is optimistic he will return this year — his final season wearing the blue and gold.
Find out where the fish are biting --- or not biting --- around Southwest Georgia this week.
Providence Canyon State Park will host its Geology Day on Feb. 11.
Herald Super 6er Dekoven Ware has another big night against Westover as Terrell County beats the Patriots, 66-55, for its fifth straight win against the Class AAA power in the last three years.
Herald outdoor columnist Bob Kornegay would rather be fishing even though spring-like weather has made turkey hunting ideal.
Darton College’s Arts at Darton Recital Series will present Ensemble Chaconne at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 8 in the Darton Theatre.
The Herald No. 1 Indians beat city rival Dougherty for the second time this season Saturday. (ADDS: items on Albany girls; Dougherty girls; Lee County boys and girls; Bainbridge boys and girls; Randolph-Clay boys and girls; Early County boys; and Seminole County boys and girls)
Herald Outdoors Writer Bob Kornegay talks this week to renowned wildlife biologist Bruce Todd, who breaks down the three most common waterfowl found in North America that can readily be observed by birdwatchers in the South.
The Herald No. 1 Westover girls stay perfect and move to 22-0 with a 36-21 win against Terrell County on Saturday night in a game Herald Super 6ers DyTiesha Dunson and Ieshia Young both sit out to catch some rest before the stretch run.
In what looked like a lost season early on for Clemson, which struggled mightily at the beginning of the year, has completely turned around as of late — thanks in large part to senior point guard and former Deerfield star Andre Young.