On Highway 53, the road to Dawsonville, only a half-dozen miles north of the chicken capital of the world, is a place called Harbour Point. Must have driven by it scores of times over the years without knowing what lay beyond the entry gate.
All the world's a stage, all right, and never so much as when presidential politics are in play.
The left will make a big mistake if it ignores the lessons of the failed recall of Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin. The right will make an even bigger error if it allows the Wisconsin results to feed its inclination toward winner-take-all politics.
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A retired Sylvester teacher and avid camper is known among her fellow campers as a tough card player.
A day camp is being conducted at the Albany Area YMCA for children with diabetes, pre-diabetes, metabolic syndrome or those who have been told they are at risk for developing diabetes.
Together with a group of dedicated youths, an Albany teenager is riding a bicycle from Daytona Beach to New York City.
The Red Cross’ Dick Rockey says he won’t turn down Exchangite money, but what he really wants is blood.
In just his second event back from a back injury that kept him away from golf for three months, Dustin Johnson wins the St. Jude Classic. (ADDS: China’s Feng captures LPGA Championship)
Joey Logano passes Mark Martin with three laps left to win Sunday, becoming the first pole sitter to win a race this season.
In his first major league start, Julio Teheran gives up six runs in the fifth inning to the Blue Jays, who won, 12-4.
Manny Pacquiao’s loss to Timothy Bradley late Saturday shocked the boxing world, but the former champion is taking the controversial loss with serenity and dignity. (UPDATED)
Rafael Nadal, who is trying to become the first man to win seven French Open titles, leads Novak Djokovic in the championship match, which will resume today.
Ex-Auburn players Edward Christian and Ladarious Phillips are shot to death while current Tiger offensive lineman Eric Mack is injured after a fight at a pool party escalated early Sunday.
Squawk of the Day - June 11, 2012
Lewellyn Dawson Shiver, 83, of Camilla died June 10, 2012
Frances M. Thursby, 81, of Cuthbert died June 9, 2012
Michael Ray Miller, 54, of Pelham died on June 9, 2012
Mr. James Mills Dent, 78, of Albany, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2012
Mrs. Irene A. Smith, 81, of Albany died Sunday, June 10, 2012
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Underhill
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Clay Blakenship
Letford Session, Jr., 62, of Camilla, died Sunday, June 10, 2012
David E. Ryekely, 76, of Albany died on June 9, 2012
Reuben Hardwick "Hotfoot", Sr., 84, died on June 6, 2012
Mr. Charles Lester of Sylvester, Georgia, departed this life on Saturday, June 9, 2012
New Jersey is not done yet as the Devils go from a 3-0 hole in the Stanley Cup finals to 3-2 in the best-of-seven series after winning Game 5 on Saturday night against the stunned Los Angeles Kings.
The Seminoles and the Cardinal will begin Game 2 today at 7:05 p.m., while Game 3, if necessary, will be played Monday.
After playing football and basketball championships in Milledgeville for two decades, the Georgia Independent School Association is set to announce Macon as the new site for title games.
Panthers backup quarterback Chris Mitchell relieves an injured Cecil Lester and scores four times in the fourth quarter to lead the Panthers to a 57-54 win at Columbus.
Fred Sharpe, owner of U Save It Pharmacy in Albany, put up $10,000 for any player that sunk a hole-in-one during the recent Member Guest Tournament at Doublegate — and believe it or not, Sharpe was the one who ended up acing the hole.
Check out where the fish are biting --- or not biting --- around Southwest Georgia this week.
Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay writes about his memories of fox hunting.
With Triple Crown hopeful I’ll Have Another not running in the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, Union Rags and jockey John Velazquez seize the day by winning at the wire.
Mariners starting pitcher Kevin Millwood and five relievers threw a combined no-hitter late Friday against the Dodgers, tying a MLB record for most pitchers used in a no-hitter.
The Braves’ eight-game losing streak last month is a distant memory now, thanks to Atlanta’s current six-game winning streak.
Albany native and former Monroe star receiver Deion Branch, who re-signed with the Patriots this offseason, may be in danger of not making the team’s roster.
Maria Sharapova calls it a “wonderful moment” in her career when she beats Sara Errani on Saturday for her first French Open championship.
The Heat top the Celtics in Game 7 to win their second straight Eastern Conference title, setting up an NBA Finals series against the Thunder.