COLLEGE FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Auburn’s BCS MVP running back Dyer denied chance to play immediately at Arkansas St. after transfer; Ex-UGA RB Crowell enrolls at Alabama State
Michael Dyer's bid to book out of town at Auburn and play right away at Arkansas State is denied by the NCAA on Thursday.
It’s sad when the actions of a few unruly, inconsiderate troublemakers spoil a good time for everyone else.
I don't think a national convention from either party has decided major issues, or had any suspense about who would be nominated, since the 1980s.
Page Two would like to introduce you to part of the world’s problem. I hold nothing but disdain for people who refuse to try and become an asset to society.
LOCAL SPORTS BRIEFS: Nine-team, Paul Eames Memorial Baseball Tournament kicks off today; Darton coach Henry set to hold two hoops camps starting next week; ASU honored by SAAC
Nine under-19 baseball teams from around the Southeast will converge on Albany today for the inaugural Paul Eames Memorial Baseball Tournament. (ADDS: breakout of today's schedule of games)
Before accusations and misinformation begin flooding the Internet, allow me to warn you.
Here are some things I’ve been thinking about the relationship between church and state:
WIMBLEDON: Serena aces her way to finals, will face Poland's Radwanska; Williams sisters, Bryan brothers on verge of doubles titles; men's semis today
Serena Williams rips her way past Victoria Azarenka, 6-3, 7-6 (6), with a Wimbledon-record 24 aces to advance to Saturday’s finals.
Buster Posey will be behind the plate while Luke Bryan and Phillip Phillips will will perform Tuesday at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Lee County Sheriff Reggie Rachals will discuss campaign issues with Lee County residents during a "Meet the Sheriff" event Saturday.
After nearly four days without power following the freak storm that left millions in the mid-Atlantic states in the dark, one thing I could do when the electricity came back on was try to figure out who coined the mortifyingly apt greeting, “Happy Dependence Day.”
Burglary and theft by taking charges, along with DNA evidence, date back to 2008 in grand jury indictments.
Officials planning a three-day music & arts festival are making a pitch to bring the defunct state music hall of fame to Albany.
City officials are considering options to prevent future violence at large downtown gatherings following Wednesday night's fights.
APD responds to at least 54 incidents.
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Several fights break out during Albany's Fourth of July celebration leading to an early end to the annual fireworks show and arrests.
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Albany Area Crime Stoppers has one Most Wanted fugitive this week. All fugitives on the Albany Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted List should be considered armed and dangerous.
Eric Culbreath calls his new downtown ice cream shop Cool Scoops "a great opportunity." Most of us call it a tasty respite to the scorching South Georgia Summers.
Pete Giannars, III, 41, of Blakely, GA, passed away Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Mrs. Jessie Mae Thomas of Sylvester, Georgia departed this life on Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Dawane E. "D.J." Holmes, Jr., 22 of Albany, GA died Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Mrs. Annie B. Williams of Doerun, Georgia, departed this life on Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Mr. Scottie Andrew Walls, 29, of Albany died Friday, June 29, 2012
Ms. Annie Doris Vicks, 36, of Camilla died Saturday, June 30, 2012
A Florida judge ruled Thursday that George Zimmerman can be released from jail a second time on $1 million bond.
Mrs. Cora Lee Haywood-Thompson of Albany died on July 2, 2012
Ms. Rutha Williams of Albany died June 26, 2012
Blanchie Majors, 63, of Americus died on July 3, 2012
Mr. Frank Johnson, 72, of Newton died on July 1, 2012
Ms. Mable Ervin, 96, of Cuthbert died on June 28, 2012
Lamar Dollar, 89, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Monday, July 2, 2012
River Point was slated to have been sold at auction Tuesday, but the filing allows it to avoid the auction block.
Leslie Laney, 47, of Hartford, CT died on June 29, 2012
Mrs. Vera Price of Newark, NJ died on June 30, 2012
Mr. Ulysses Molden of Edison died on July 1, 2012
Brandy Michelle Ritter Soper, 29, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Saturday, June 30, 2012
Arthur James Askew, 51, of Columbus died on June 28, 2012
Mr. Cedric Demetrius Singletary, 34, of Augusta died on July 3, 2012
Ms. Lillie Mae Hicks, 85, of Dawson died on July 3, 2012
Mrs. Jacqualine Sisroe Taylor, 43, of Smithville died on July 4, 2012
Deacon Michael Garard Jackson, 41, of Albany died on June 30, 2012
Mrs. Mary Alice Hogan of Shellman died on July 4, 2012
Panthers coach Lucious Davis and his players have a parade to celebrate their PIFL title and then talk about their wild, up-and-down season. (ADDS: Video of parade)
Steve Nash's agent Bill Duffy said Wednesday that the two-time MVP point guard is going to the Los Angeles Lakers in a sign-and-trade deal with the Phoenix Suns.