Do you pray for those who in serve in our government? At the dawn of what will prove to be a long year of focusing on government at every level, one of the most important things the ordinary citizen can do is to pray steadfastly and consistently for our leaders and those who seek to be leaders.
How does one measure whether a life was a success or a failure?
In a letter to the editor, Don Lambert of Damascus says that coal plant failure is a win for SWGA.
Now that real voters in Iowa have actually made real choices, two things are increasingly clear about the Republican race. Mitt Romney has the organization, money and ruthlessness to win the nomination. He also has alienated Hispanic voters and failed to generate enough electricity to light up even an energy-saving bulb.
Albany police respond to at least 20 incidents.
Resignations, firings and reassignments begin a new phase in the Dougherty County School System CRCT cheating saga.
The DCSS superintendent’s entire cabinet was involved in a closed-door session at a called meeting of the Dougherty school board.
Cooperation of patients treated at the Phoebe Cancer Center gives physicians everywhere tools and information to treat the disease.
Originally charged with racketeering in August, Crips gang members now face scheduling for trial on gang participation.
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Workmen put up a new sign Thursday at the Albany’s Flint RiverQuarium annex.
Tickets go on sale today at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center and at all Ticketmaster locations for red-hot Young Money/Cash Money recording artist Drake’s Feb. 24 performance at the Tallahassee venue.
Mrs. Tracey A. Bowen, 37, of Anderson City, died Monday January 2, 2012
Mr. Kenneth Wesley "Candy" Manuel of Leesburg, Georgia, who departed this life on Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Mrs. Pernella Burns-Spence, 74, of Camilla died on December 31, 2011
Alfred Jerome (Jerry) Money, a resident of Shorterville, died early Thursday morning, January 5, 2012
Douglas Ray Bradfield, 49, of Smithville, GA went home to be with his Lord on Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Mr. Aaron Taylor, II, 87, of Tuscaloosa, AL died on January 2, 2012
Mr. Norman Mathis of Sale City died on January 5, 2012
Mr Clyde Johnson 75 of Newton,GA passed away Dec 29, 2011
Marlene Waller Chapman of Blakely died on January 4, 2012
Ms. Epsie "Shirley" Love, 48, of Albany died on January 2, 2012
Gloria Reeves, 53, of Albany died on December 31, 2011
Gloria Jean Clark, 61, of Albany died Sunday, January 1, 2012
Jo Ann Jordan Strawser, age 69, of Iron City, GA passed away on Wednesday, January 2, 2012
James Wiley, 67, of Albany died Thursday, January 5, 2012
A look at the top stories from around the world as compiled by the Associated Press for Thursday, January 5.
Mr. James Carl "Bud" Mallard, 77, of Warwick died Wednesday January 4, 2012
Mr. John Mansfield, Jr.,70, of Newark City, New Jersey, formerly of Meigs, Ga passed in Newark City
Mrs. Asperline Johnson of Pelham, Ga. passed on January 3, 2012
Ms. Stacey Lynn Johnson, 42, Camilla, Ga, passed on January 1, 2012
Eatheroy Thomas, Sr., 62, of Blakely died on January 3, 2012
Robert David Carter, 79, died on January 3, 2012
Mr. Willis James Williams, 52, of Albany died on December 31, 2011
Antonio Green, 33, of Albany died January 3, 2012
Mr. Roosevelt Clark, Jr. of Sumter County died on December 30, 2011
Mrs. Louise Hammond Prince of Sumter County died on December 31, 2011
Mr. Ernest West of Americus died on December 30, 2011
The University System of Georgia’s chancellor is expected to announce the merger of eight state colleges into four.
West Virginia's offense explodes like none other in the history of college football Wednesday night, hanging 70 points on Clemson --- including 49 by halftime --- to etch its name in the record books as the highest scoring bowl team of all time during an Orange Bowl rout.