When Nix, the unpredictable, funniest kid in our family, was four years old, he found himself in some bit of trouble, though we’ve now all forgotten what it was. Only the punch line lingers in our minds.
Lindy Massey, whose mother is German, will report to Herald readers on her summer adventures inGermany.
SAN ANTONIO — The Alamo-or “Mission San Antonio de Valero” to the Spanish-is quiet and peaceful today, but it will always be remembered for a bloody battle in 1836 with which most everybody is familiar.
A night on the red carpet with area senior citizen’s will take place Friday.
Former Deerfield and Clemson star point guard Andre Young has tryouts this week with the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings — and others could follow leading up to June 28’s NBA Draft.
Montrel Miller is thrilled with landing a gig in the TBS comedy series.
Albany and Georgia chambers officials promote the proposed 1 percent sales tax to drive Georgia into future.
A simulcast at Sherwood Baptist Church is expected to attract twice the participation from a previous year.
Albany Police Department responds to at least 33 incidents
Westover High School is planning a 20-year reunion for members of the graduating class of 1992 on June 29-30.
The Board of Trustees of Girls Inc. of Albany has launched a search for a new executive director and are accepting resumes through June 29.
A bullet hit 26-year-old Marquez Young in the left leg above the ankle about 1:50 a.m. June 6, stated an Albany Police Department report. Officers interviewed Young in the Phoebe Putney Hospital Emergency Center.
Lee County sheriff's deputies arrested Crystal Miles, 27, and Johnny White, 31, of Albany, for manufacturing methamphetamine at a 139 Country Drive residence, said Lee Sheriff's Office Col. Chris Owens.
The order does not include criminal penalties or arrest authority in connection with the substances.
The charter petition will now be presented to the Dougherty County School Board for review.
Twelve roads on a Lee County priority paving list were approved for special tax funding almost a decade ago.
With Flag Day on Thursday and the Fourth of July nearing, there are important points to remember when displaying the American flag.
A local businessman and his partners in the music business are finalizing plans to bring a music festival to Albany Oct. 12-14.
A Georgia Tech student is in Dougherty County Jail where he faces charges of obscene Internet contact with a child.
If Russia truly has any interest in calming down the conflict that has engulfed Syria for the past 15 months, it has a funny way of showing it
Death, the philosophers tell us, is a part of life, the end of a journey spent preparing for what comes next.
A lot of political insiders in both parties think Bain Capital is pretty much a dead issue in the 2012 presidential campaign.
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William David Cooper, Sr., 67, Sylvester, died June 12, 2012
Melba Wright Warren, 86, Dublin
Isacc Andrew Davidson, 67, Vienna, died June 11, 2012
Elsie Newton McLeod, 97, Sycamore, died June 11, 2012
Louise C. Parker, 85, Fitzgerald, died June 11, 2012
Issac Wright, Albany, died June 1, 2012
M. C. Laney, 68, Albany, died June 12, 2012
Vanessie Banks, 95, Cuthbert, died June 12, 2012
J. W. Dennis, 66, Harrisburg, NY, died June 3, 2012
Donny Allen Hicks, 64, Albany, died June, 5, 2012
Using a stolen backhoe, thieves break through the back door and wall of Albany Sporting Goods & Pawn.
Ann Rutherford, Scarlett O'Hara's youngest sister in "Gone With the Wind," has died. She was 94.
BEPC LLC officials say they helped the Bibb County School District save $2.5 million.