The United States women’s gymnastics team won silver medals in 2004 and 2008, but stars like Gabby Douglas and Jordyn Wieber have the Americans thinking gold in 2012.
Second-round British Open leader Brandt Snedeker fades to a tie for second, while Adam Scott fires a 68 to take a four-shot lead heading into today’s final round.
The city will likely begin work soon on a project to revitalize an East Albany neighborhood that was first considered in 2004.
Albany's Matt Hardwick reclaimed his writing/performing dream after a chance call and has made it a reality.
Finding the time and interest to build physical activity into your daily life can sometimes be difficult. We can all come up with excuses to avoid exercise, and I’ve heard many over the years. Here are six common excuses individuals use to explain why they are not active:
If it can get Snoopy, is there really any hope for the rest of us?
The Chicagoland Speedway is only 100 miles from Danica Patrick’s hometown, and she hopes to give her family and friends something to cheer about in today’s Nationwide race.
Bradley Wiggins dominates Saturday’s final time trial of the Tour de France and will likely be crowned champion after today’s ceremonial finish.
Kobe Bryant is more popular than the rest of the American stars when he and his team travel outside of the United States — a fact that was evident Saturday in Spain.
Herald guest columnist Loran Smith writes about the scenic town of Lytham, which is hosting the British Open.
The Albany City Commission has tenatively voted to fill two vacancies on the local aviation board.
For a total cost of about $250, an Early County man irrigates his garden by solar power.
Several hundred young people are expected to attend the Parents for Change "4GIVEN" Youth Empowerment Summit.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections in Dougherty, Lee and Worth counties.
Staff writer Jim West holds a Q&A with Carol Rathel, owner and manager of Stonehaven Stables in Leesburg.
The first Saturday vote in Albany draws many to downtown as they make their selections in the primary.
APD responds to at least 52 incidents.
Brandon M. Johnson, 21, Albany, died July 21, 2012
Roberta Huff, 84, Cuthbert, died July 15, 2012
Annie Ruth Williams, 94, Camilla, died July 18, 2012
Annie Ruth Boston, Vienna, died July 20, 2012
Tony Pate, 48, Sylvester, died July 20, 2012
Maurice Charles Healy, 79, Albany, died July 20, 2012
Rosie Lee Nealy, 93, Ashburn, died July 20, 2012
Verna Boynton, formerly of Americus, died July 20, 2012
The Braves gain a game on every team in the NL East — including the Nationals, who Atlanta beat in 11 innings Friday evening after falling behind 9-0.
A Dougherty BOE at-large candidate calls witheld Title I funds “an outrage and an embarrasment.”
The president of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce says vote yes for T-SPLOST.
“She’s My Sister,” a group of bicyclists riding to help women of the Congo, pedals into New York City.