The Giants’ defensive linemen have come alive just at the right time — and that’s bad news for Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons heading into their NFC wild card showdown Sunday in the Big Apple.
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COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Alabama embarrasses Georgia Tech, 73-48, as SEC opener with UGA looms; FSU crushes Auburn; Temple stuns No. 3 Duke
Alabama crushes Georgia Tech late Tuesday night as its SEC opener against Georgia looms Saturday.
LOCAL COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Darton women’s hoops set for home region duel today vs. East Georgia; GSW women stay hot, crush Coastal Georgia
The Lady Cavs come off their holiday break and jump right back into Region XVII play tonight.
With the biggest game of the college football season just five days away, No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama arrive in New Orleans on Wednesday.
National poll voters are already debating on crowning LSU the champ even if it loses to Alabama.
Reinvigorated Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan doesn’t even want to talk about his playoff record because he says what happened in the past doesn’t mean a thing heading into Sunday’s NFC wild card showdown with the New York Giants.
Albany police respond to at least 23 incidents.
ALBANY — The Albany Adovacy Resource Center is conducting a pair of workshops next week and next month for those whose lives are impacted by autism.
I just returned from a glorious trip to Orlando with the wife, 7-year-old hurricane boy, and 8-year-old princess girl.
Former President Jimmy Carter has penned 26 different books, including childhood memoirs, treatises on the Middle East and accounts of his presidency. But none is like his latest, which offers 366 devotionals, each with a biblical passage, a personal story and an original prayer.
The process of working out a lease for Phoebe North is expected to take six to eight months, according to Phoebe’s CEO.
The Flint RiverQuarium will launch its popular turtle race this Saturday and make some lucky person very happy.
Albany State University recently conferred honorary degrees on more than two dozen former students who were expelled from the college in 1961 for their participation in civil rights activities.
Former speaker of the U.S. House Newt Gingrich was no doubt smarting after what appeared to be a sure win in Iowa a month ago morphed into a distant fourth-place finish when the caucus votes were counted, but he did hit the nail squarely on the head with a comment he made Wednesday.
For the past week, the front section of The New York Times’ Dec. 28 issue has been sitting on my kitchen counter in Ohio, growing increasingly crinkled from use and sprinkled with circles, arrows and the occasional exclamation point.
The Dougherty County School System School Board reassigns 13 teachers and three principals at a special called meeting.
Justin Tuck says the Giants have heard the whispers around the NFL that the Atlanta Falcons' offensive line doesn't play by the rules, and he hopes the officials have their eyes peeled during their NFC wild card matchup Sunday.
After taking most of December off, the Lady Patriots return well-rested Tuesday night and rout region rival Cairo to remain unbeaten. (ADDS: items of Westover boys, Albany High boys, Randolph-Clay boys and girls, Monroe boys and girls, Deerfield boys and girls, Terrell Academy girls, Crisp Academy girls, Crisp County girls, Dougherty girls, Sherwood boys and girls and SGA boys and girls).
Carolyn H. Story, 93, of Huntsville, AL passed away Monday
Will Eubanks, 32, of Jacksonville, Fl., died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011
Minnie Elizabeth "Liz" Jones Knight, 87, of Savannah, went home to be with her Lord on January 2, 2012
Ms. Katherine Pendleton Lenhardt Owens, 83, of Albany, GA, died on Sunday, January 1, 2012
Julie Ann Billings McClung Watson, 39, of Leesburg, GA., died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Robert (Bob) W. Hartley, Sr., 84, of Leesburg, GA, died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Mrs. Wilma J. Loyd, 71, of Oakfield died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Mrs. Lori Hibble Adams, 27, of Ashburn died Tuesday January 3, 2012
Jim Thompson, 53, of Leesburg, GA, finished his journey on earth December 28, 2011
Mr. John Mansfield, Jr., 70, of Newark City, New Jersey, formerly of Meigs, Ga passed in Newark City
If brought to fruition, a proposal from a developer could lead to hundreds of thousands and possibly millions over the long-term, officials say.
A developer’s proposal could bring hundreds of thousands and possibly millions of dollars to the city of Albany.
Mrs. Asperline Johnson of Pelham, Ga. passed on January 3, 2012
Ms. Stacey Lynn Johnson, 42, Camilla, Ga, passed on January 1, 2012
Ollie Bell Walker, 98, of Leary died Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Willie D. Williams, 91, of Albany died Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Mr. Antonio Green, 33, of Albany died January 3, 2012
Mrs. Pate died Tuesday at her residence in Sycamore
John Ezra "Johnny" Young, Jr., 62, of Fitzgerald, Georgia died Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Mr. Larry Roberts, 54 of Albany, GA died on Thursday, December 29, 2011
John E. "Dutch" Griffin, 86, of Fitzgerald, Georgia died Monday, January 2, 2012
A residence on Cherry Avenue has been damaged by fire this morning. There are no reported injuries.
Mattress manufacturer will consolidate operations.
A mattress manufacturer that has had a presence in Albany since 1961 plans to consolidate local operations with a plant in Tennessee.
The state Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday concerning a pair of cases that originated in Southwest Georgia.
Mrs. Ozzie Simpson of Americus died on January 3, 2012
Narrow Iowa victory in hand, Mitt Romney is looking toward the next-up New Hampshire primary.
Brendan Gibbons drills a 37-yard field goal down the middle in overtime to lift Michigan to a 23-20 victory against Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl.
Badly in need of some wins, the Albany State men’s and women’s basketball teams get just that Tuesday when they sweep Lane at HPER in their return from holiday break.
Four years after leaving Deerfield as its all-time leading scorer for a bright career at Clemson, former Knights star Andre Young has his No. 11 retired during a long-awaited ceremony at the school.
The Hawks led nearly the entire game, but they couldn't beat their second East top dog in two days, losing, 76-74.
The Bobcats are making a case as the best team in Southwest Georgia as they improve to 10-1 overall after Tuesday’s convincing home win against state-ranked Thomasville, 67-61.
Matt Stafford's arm and infectious confidence has taken the Detroit Lions from recent NFL laughingstock to the playoffs for the first time since 1999.
Georgia Southwestern women's basketball team earns votes in the NCAA Division II Top 25 Poll this week for the first time ever, while men's star Phillips Brown is named the Peach Belt Conference's Player of the Week for the fourth time in three years.