Joe Johnson has averaged 30 points in his past four games against Toronto and continued that trend Tuesday night with a season-high 30 in Atlanta's 100-77 victory.
There should be plenty of drama today when several last-minute prep football recruits with offers from Georgia and Georgia Tech make their decisions.
A dinner-and-a-play fundraiser benefiting Theatre Albany provides an entertaining alternative for Valentine’s Day.
As the Sheriff of Dougherty County I have the opportunity to speak to many civic groups and organizations throughout our community.
One of the nation’s top experts on African art will speak at a free event Thursday at the Albany Museum of Art.
Saturday’s event is a warmup for the big turtle race during Albany’s Mardi Gras festivities.
Step back in time and help solve a crime in 1932 Atlantic City.
I never took my daddy for the sentimental kind. And in this assessment, I was not alone. He was a man’s man with a generous heart and compassionate spirit but sentiment seemed to have no place in his life.
A judge on Tuesday halted the execution of a Georgia man less than an hour before he was set to die for the 2001 murders of a woman and her 3-year-old daughter, acting after the inmate signaled he would file a new round of appeals.
Selecting the best student and the best instructor from a field of its best, Albany Technical College honors two Tuesday night.
The 5th annual Purple Heart Outdoor Tour brings together wounded soldiers for a south Georgia quail hunt.
California has a huge state debt and Washington has a huge national debt. But that does not discourage either Governor Jerry Brown or President Barack Obama from wanting to launch a very costly high-speed rail system.
City officials said Tuesday morning that they will hold a job fair at the Albany Civic Center March 8.
Albany police respond to at least 33 incidents
A door opens to the Oval Office at the White House in early February of 2013. President Romney is talking with members of his inner circle.
uthorities are currently trying to track down a man they say called in a bomb threat to the Dougherty County Courthouse Monday afternoon.
If you were asked to guess which sex gets more charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, more than likely you would guess males.
"Fathers Challenge Sentences ..." I concur with basic question: How can they possibly keep their child-support paid up if they are incarcerated?
A man called a predator by the Dougherty County district attorney left jail on a $10,000 bond Tuesday, the same day he was arrested for sex crimes with an 11-year-old girl.
A local private Christian school will showcase its facilities and classroom activities during a unique open house.
"Courageous," the fourth film to be released by Sherwood Pictures, opened in theaters last September.
Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, rebounding smartly from an earlier defeat and taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination. Despite the one-sided setback, the former House speaker vowed to press on.
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Dougherty County School System Superintendent Joshua Murfree watches as science projects gush, ooze, fizzle and sputter.
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Hubert W. Adams, 87, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, died January 29, 2012
Mrs. Ginger Watson, 61, of Leesburg died Monday Jan 30, 2012
Patricia J. LaMar, 67, of Heber Springs, AR, passed away January 4, 2012
Mrs. Caroline Ruby Flack Hamburg, 82, of Nottingham Way in Albany died January 31, 2012
Mary C. Fulmer, 95 of Albany, GA died Monday, January 30, 2012
Mrs. Mary Mathis Willis 83 of Albany died on Monday January 30, 2012
Mrs. Emma Jean Laster Jones of Sumter County died on January 26, 2012
Mildred L. Mills, 82, of Utica, New York formerly of Miller County, GA passed away Jan 29, 2012
Virtis Young Dorminy, 85, of Fitzgerald, Georgia, died Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Magdalene Broome Volner, 74, of Montezuma, Georgia died Monday, January 30, 2012
Barney Bob Barfield, 79, of Pelham, Georgia passed away on Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Mr. Joel C. Williams 89, of Albany died Monday, January 30, 2012
But Dougherty DA says his office will handle any potential CRCT cheating prosecutions
Dougherty Country District Attorney Greg Edwards has recused himself from the school lunch fraud case of Morningside Elementary Principal Gloria Baker and her husband, John
The Broad Avenue Bridge was condemned by the Georgia DOT after major damage to the footings was discovered.
A group trying to save the Broad Avenue bridge from demolition has launched an online-petition meant to help sway public opinion and convince local and state government leaders to spare the city's oldest bridge.
Businesses or agencies seeking employees are asked to call the city's Community and Economic Development Office
City officials said Tuesday morning that they will hold a job fair at the civic center March 8.
Consumer confidence retreated in January after two straight months of big gains.
Amy Denise Davidson, 46, of Cuthbert died on January 30, 2012
Raymond Brown, 71, of Albany died on January 29, 2012
Mr. Nicholson died January 30, 2012
Mr. Nathaniel Harris (46) of Americus died January 30, 2012
Two school voucher bills could be moving to the floor of the state Senate for a vote.
LOCAL COLLEGE/PREP ROUNDUP: Deerfield, Southland sending 21 total wrestlers to GISA State Tournament on Friday in Macon; SGA boys, girls hoops win; Albany Tech men, women sweep East Georgia
Deerfield and Southland had several wrestlers win region titles recently and several more qualify for the GISA State Tournament, which begins Friday in Macon.
It’s been four years since the Giants did the unthinkable and beat the seemingly unstoppable Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl, 17-14, as the two teams are now just six days away from one of the most highly anticipated rematches in NFL history.
With workouts taking place this week at Turner Field and 2012 spring training just two weeks away, it didn’t take long before those Braves returning were asked about how they’re going to get past what happened at the end of last season.
Herald Guest Columnist Furman Bisher writes this week about his good friend and former Georgia Tech men's basketball coach Bobby Cremins, who he wished well as Cremins --- now the coach at College of Charleston --- took a medical leave for the rest of the season late last week due to an indisclosed illness.