A motorcycle remained on the ground after its driver drove it through a sign after colliding with the SUV in the background at the entrance to the Publix Supermarket in Lee County.
A man sped through a stop sign and smashed into a mini-van just before 4:20 p.m. Saturday injuring three people, none fatally, police officials say.
Seminole County star RB Chris Brown ended his record-breaking season as The Herald’s sports staff’s unanimous selection as the John Reynolds Player of the Year.
Lately, Romney has begun to speak a little more openly about his church work. In a Dec. 12 Republican debate in Iowa, he mentioned his overseas missionary service and said, “I also spent time in this country, serving as a pastor in my church.” By all accounts, Romney did a lot of good in his time as a Mormon official, and that work was a significant part of his life. In the coming campaign, voters will want to know more about it.
It would be a shame to see Turner Job Corps’ good works sullied by those who would use the sacred voting rights of individuals as a means of furthering their own selfish personal agendas.
The one thing America has going for it is our resiliency. In a world where there are no guarantees, that is a critical asset.
“On the Job With ...” is a weekly feature of Sunday Inc. Today’s question-and-answer session is with Dr. Tracy Bridges of Allergy & Asthma Clinics of Georgia, who shared his answers to Danny Carter.
The Hawks, who were ripped by the Bulls earlier in the week, bounce back and snap Chicago's six-game winning streak with a 109-94 win on Saturday in Atlanta.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections done in Dougherty County.
Chehaw’s 19th annual Frontier Festival takes families back to the days of Daniel Boone.
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The Albany Water, Gas & Light Commission is part of the city government but has its own Human Resources, IT and Finance departments.
A 5K benefit walk in Albany on March 24 is one of nine being conducted across the state.
APD responds to at least 29 incidents
A 19-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl stack up more than nine felonies each by stealing from unlocked vehicles.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Dec. 25-Jan. 3.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office asks for help in locating Friday’s Dollar General armed robber.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
Obviously, the baby was fussy. “What do you think it is?” the man, apparently the father of the little person wiggling around in a blue, padded stroller in the middle of the electronics section of Target, asked.
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David Barnes was gunned down while on Tifton’s Washington Street before 5:20 p.m. Saturday, according to initial Georgia Bureau of Investigation reports.
The monthly meeting of the Albany chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness is for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Phoebe Northwest.
Brian D. Taylor and Christopher J. Termunde of the Albany Police Department were among the 15 officers who recently graduating from the 251st session of the Georgia Public Safety Training Center Regional Police Academy at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton.
The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service in Dougherty County is offering a free, basic personal finance workshop Wednesday for anyone interested in starting a business.
Identity theft is a common problem in the country and Southwest Georgia. To educate the public on how to protect against identity theft the Albany Police Department and the Albany Chamber of Commerce plan to host an educational presentation on the crime by the LifeLock company.
According to Albany Police Department reports, just after midnight Saturday, an argument turned into a knife attack at 2220 S. Madison St.
The chance for either Atlanta or New York to advance in the NFL playoffs hinges on each team’s high-powered offense in today’s NFC wild-card showdown in the Big Apple.
Billy Ray Combs, 75, Sylvester, died January 6, 2012
Stafford Moznette, formerly of Albany, died December 31, 2011
Anthony George Knighton, 50, died January 6, 2012
Lottie Mae Woodard Loper, 88, Ashburn, died January 6, 2012
Laverne T. Coley, 71, Baconton, died January 6, 2012
Lorene Daniels, 75, Albany, died January 6, 2012
Sharon Johnson Pettway, Newnan, died January 5, 2012
Carrie M. Kendrick, 91, Albany, died January 7, 2012
William Thomas Culbreth, 74, Albany, died January 5, 2012
Bertha Thompson Lindsey, 79, Ray City, died January 6, 2012
Eva Mae Price, 77, Albany, died January 5, 2012
The Hawks lost in triple-overtime to the Miami Heat the night before, but made sure multiple extra periods wouldn't be needed against the Bobcats after scoring the first seven points of overtime against the Bobcats.
All-SEC quarterback Tyler Wilson threw two touchdown passes after Joe Adams' fourth punt return for a TD and the Razorbacks beat No. 11 Kansas State, 29-16, in the Cotton Bowl.
Penn State makes its choice on a new head coach to replace Joe Paterno, and it's Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien -- a choice that isn't exactly popular with the Nittany Lions' fan base.
Herald guest columnist Furman Bisher calls into question Sports Illustrated Peter Kings pick for the Falcons to reach the Super Bowl.
Herald Super 6er Sheniqua Young scores 17 points to lead Monroe to victory, while the Albany girls and boys both beat Cook County.
Behind Justice Lee's career-high night, Early County improves 10-1 overall and 3-0 in region play with a 65-57 win against Fitzgerald. (ADDS: items on Bainbridge, Pelham, Seminole County, Calhoun County, Westwood, Randolph Southern, Early County, SGA, Deerfield)
After losing its season opener to a much bigger Tift County program, Pelham hasn’t lost since as the Lady Hornets win their 10th game in a row Friday night in a 60-41 rout of Region 1-A rival Seminole County at home.
The Eagles’ great start to the season continues Friday night when they blow region foe Southland off the court, 64-29, to set up a huge game Tuesday at their place against rival Deerfield.
Dougherty’s boys basketball team, which has struggled against city rivals all season, nearly upsets Herald No. 3 Monroe on Friday night in front of a good crowd at the Albany Civic Center.
The Herald No. 3 Lady Panthers, who are ranked No. 9 in the Class AAA state poll, pull off a mild upset of No. 8 state-ranked Crisp County on Friday night in a thriller that went down to the final shot.