Texas’ Josh Hamilton and San Francisco’s Buster Posey discuss what it means to be the AL and NL’s leading vote-getters for the All-Star Game.
Former Deerfield star Andre Young wasn’t taken in either round of the recent NBA Draft, but Young was invited to the Golden State Warriors’ Summer League tryouts, where he will find out soon whether he’s made the team’s final roster before play kicks off Friday night.
Vanderbilt’s John Jenkins officially becomes an Atlanta Hawk on Tuesday when he signs his contract, then wows the team in practice with his sharp-shooting.
The State Board of Pardons and Paroles schedules a clemency appointment Friday for a man convicted of two murders.
Police respond to at least 42 incidents
An evaluation of Lee County's roads shows that $25 million is needed over the next 10 years to maintain them.
A policy that isn’t enforced isn’t much of a policy. And that one is ignored — and apparently has been for years — is worth even less.
I got into some trouble some years back when someone asked me what my political allegiance was.
It was about the time I made the loop off Interstate 85 onto 75 North just outside Atlanta’s downtown — when you round the big bend in the interstate and come face-on with the capital city’s skyline — that I was overwhelmed with a sense of nostalgia that almost took my breath away.
Two truckers were cited for disorderly conduct after officers caught up to them in their trucks about 2.5 miles from the MillerCoors brewery, stated an Albany Police Department report.
Fiscal Year 2011 impact of the University System of Georgia’s 35 institutions is up 5 percent.
More than $800,000 worth of unpaid property taxes is owed on 500 properties, Dougherty County officials say.
Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard operated an piece of heavy equipment Tuesday to start the demolition of the former hotel's facade.
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A North Carolina newspaper is reporting that Lee County business owners Hemang and Alpa Patel died in an apparent murder-suicide shooting.
Grace Page Cheatham, 80, of Albany, joined the Church Triumphant on Sunday, July 8, 2012
Mario Ramos Cancel (US Army, Ret), 89, of Leesburg, GA, died July 8, 2012
Betty Jean McLeroy, 80, of Albany, GA, died Sunday, July 9, 2012
Charles Leonard (Butch) Dollar, 66, of Albany, GA, died July 9, 2012
Joseph Allison Curles, Jr., 50, of Camilla died on July 8, 2012
The school system has a Friday deadline to respond to the GaDOE's request.
The Dougherty County School System may have to repay $142,119 if it cannot satisfy the state’s request for documents.
SUMMER OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN --- 17 DAYS: Once-shamed U.S. sprinting star Gatlin poised for ultimate Olympic redemption
Banned four years for testing positive for a failed drug test, Justin Gatlin — the 100-meter 2004 Olympic gold medalist in Athens — is back in a big way for the U.S.A. after winning the trials as he seeks to clear his name in London.
Mr. Gregory Bryant of Unadilla died July 10, 2012
Mr. Albert J. Davis, 69, of Albany died July 9, 2012
Clifford Edward "Speck" Chambers, 76, of Fitzgerald died July 9, 2012
Joe Edward Lane, 69, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Sunday, July 8, 2012
Charles Covington Pilcher, Sr., 88, of Meigs died on July 7, 2012
Calvin Leverett, 49, of Salem, AL died Friday, July 6, 2012
John J. Wooden, 44, of Bainbridge died on July 7, 2012
Gloroy Thompson, 52, of Bainbridge died on July 9, 2012
Mr. Robert Cobb, Jr. of Vienna died July 9, 2012
A judge rejects Lance Armstrong’s lawsuit against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, calling it a public relations campaign.
AUTO RACING NOTEBOOK: Plains’ Harrod wins on birthday at Albany Motor Speedway; NASCAR under fire for silence on Allmendinger suspension
Plains dirt track racer Larry Harrod wins $2,500 during the second set of races this season in the national NeSmith Chevrolet Late Model Series at Albany Motor Speedway.
Robinson Cano and Matt Kemp bomb, while Mark Trumbo wows the crowd and Prince Fielder steals the show — again — Monday night at the Home Run Derby, winning for the second time.
Surprising teams in first and a plethora of no-hitters highlight a crazy first half of the MLB season as players get set for the All-Star game tonight in Kansas City.
Leesburg’s Matt Aldrich, who was Darton’s ace this past season, is named an NJCAA All-American honorable mention after finishing second in the nation in total strikeouts.
BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Breakout star Simmons headed to DL; Chipper set to be honored, make first trip to K.C.'s Kauffman Stadium
Andrelton Simmons breaks his finger in Sunday’s game against the Phillies, sending the Braves’ rising star to the DL for at least 30 days, whil Chipper Jones gets set for a pair of pretty incredible experiences in the final year of his storied MLB career.