Carmelo Anthony scores 27 points to lead Team U.S.A. past Spain in its final Olympic tune-up Tuesday night, crushing the one team that’s expected to push the Americans in their bid for gold.
NASCAR suspends driver A.J. Allmendinger on Tuesday, confirming he violated its substance-abuse policy after a test of his backup urine sample confirms the original positive result.
Braves starter Tim Hudson struggles early and then retires 16 in a row to lead the Braves to a 4-3 win against Miami, which snaps a three-game losing streak for Atlanta.-
Betting on the Summer Olympics isn’t like wagering on your average sporting event — as gamblers everywhere are quickly finding out.
The Democratic challenger in House District 151 says he will go to court to preserve his candidacy.
The at-large School Board candidates offer contrasting views on the Dougherty County School System.
Lee County fire officials seek grants that would help pay Emergency Management salaries and buy a rescue boat.
APD respond to at least 40 incidents
One-year-old Jayden Page was brought into the Law Enforcement Center around noon Monday, an Albany Police Department report stated
Undrevious Keyoun Forbes, 22, is wanted for questioning about a July 7 aggravated assault in the alley behind the South Side Pool Room, 310 W. Highland Ave.
Magistrate and Probate Court judgeships and the coroner’s office highlight Tuesday’s Terrell County elections.
With the occupants out of town, a fire guts a residence on the 1500 block of Skylark Lane early Tuesday.
Albany city commissioners who voted for the tax say it was a diffuclt decision, but they saw no alternative.
After world broke of the pending trade of Chicago Cubs ace Ryan Dempster to the Atlanta Braves on Monday, Dempster was “blindsided” that the details were leaked, so he shot down the deal, according to Yahoo! Sports, saying he’d rather head West to Los Angeles and join his first choice all along: the Dodgers. (UPDATED: 11:38 p.m. with new details)
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Few things are as touchy as the subject of taxation. The consensus is that workers and property owners are overtaxed already, along with the perception that the government officials who are spending the money often aren't doing it wisely.
I love college sports. I won't go so far as to say I'm a big sports fanatic, but I love college sports, specifically college football.
In the overall scheme of things, the local-option sales tax money being argued over by Lee County, Leesburg and Smithville officials seems such a small thing.
Backers of the performing arts picked up a symbolic nod from the mayor's office Tuesday after Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard designated the week between what organizers hope will be two of the area's biggest festivals as Albany's Music and Arts Week.
Robert "Bob" Joseph Harrell, 73, a native of Albany and resident of Moundville, AL, died July 2, 2012
Mrs. Nellie "Nelle" Kathryn Smith Rackley, of Pelham, passed away at home on Monday, July 23, 2012
Samuel Hayward Teel, 89, of Asheville, NC, died peacefully on Friday, July 20, 2012
Mary Joyce Rogers Gilley, 59, of Leesburg, GA, died Monday July 23, 2012
Rose Humbert, 54, of Cuthbert died on July 18, 2012
William James Hays, 87 of Summitt Dr. in Albany died July 23, 2012
Mr. Ulysses Jones, 88, of Bainbridge died on July 24, 2012
Emma Brown, 98, of Dawson died on July 23, 2012
Former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden officially became the NCAA's all-time wins leader for major college football Monday, but he was less than thrilled that it came at the expense of his good friend and coaching rival Joe Paterno, who was stripped of 111 victories when the NCAA handed out its penalties to Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal.
The Braves can gripe all they want about how a late blown call hurt their chances to beat the Marlins on Monday night in the series opener, but the fact remains their offense was dismal all game -- thanks in part to a stellar outing by Miami ace Josh Johnson --- leading to a 2-1 loss for their third straight defeat against an NL East opponent.
With social media and 10,000 loose-lipped performers taking part in Friday’s opening ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, it’s hard to keep anything a secret about the pre-Games spectacle.
The Seminoles are picked to win the ACC Championship on Monday during Media Days, while Georgia Tech is tapped to finish fourth overall and second in the Coastal Division behind Virginia Tech and Clemson's Sammy Watkins is named the Preseason Player of the Year.