Wildly ineffective Atlanta Braves reliever Livan Hernandez is designated for assignment Friday, while Kris Medlen is recalled from Triple-A.
Tiger Woods, David Toms and Jim Furyk sit tied at 1-under after the second round of the U.S. Open.
Rookie Andrelton Simmons hits a two-run homer to beat Baltimore and end Atlanta’s four-game losing streak Friday.
The Panthers already have the No. 1 seed for next week’s PIFL playoffs locked up, but they still want to finish the regular season with a win tonight against Richmond.
So, how big of a difference does it make to have your dad in your life?
T-SPLOST was authorized through legislation which passed in the year 2010. House Bill 277 was named the "Transportation Investment Act of 2010." It passed in the Senate by a vote of 43-8 and in the House by a vote of 141-29. The legislation was signed into law by Gov. Perdue on June 2, 2010.
For the nation's military leaders, its politicians looking to get their sound bites to the media, and the spin doctors who are paid to make chicken salad from that proverbial ... well, you know the product ... war is a numbers game.
Police thank the community, display loot and name those arrested in the backhoe wall-smashing burglary of a pawnshop.
Of the cutbacks that have been coming from the sluggish economy, one of the most regrettable was the announcement this week that the Dougherty County Library Board of Trustees will be shutting down two of the county's five libraries.
Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama is not exactly Jefferson-Adams or Lincoln-Douglas. No Harry Truman or Bill Clinton here, let alone FDR or Reagan.
The Navy Hospital Corps was formally organized on June 17, 1898.
Here are some of the religious events scheduled for Southwest Georgia.
APD responds to at least 59 incidents.
Gov. Nathan Deal asks for a written report before he decides whether he will remove Velvet Riggins from the Dougherty School Board.
The Florida State baseball team opens its bid for its first national championship today in Omaha, Neb., against Arizona, and Florida State coach Mark Martin expects it to be “an exciting show.” (EDITS: corrects to reflect FSU's next game, win or lose, will be Sunday)
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Mrs. Ruby Diane Mixon Davis, 2605 Ledo Rd, died Thursday, June 14, 2012
Josephine "Jo" Keen Simmons, 83, of Albany, died Thursday, June 14, 2012
Girdie Edwards, 69, of Leary, died Thursday, June 14, 2012
Mrs. Lydia " Betty " Castleberry, 74, of Leesburg, Ga. died Wednesday, June 13, 2012
John William Hellemn, 56, of Pelham, formerly of Fayetteville, died on June 15, 2012
The program is part of the federally-funded HOME initiative, officials say.
Hundreds of people braved the gnats and the heat for a chance at some assistance on rent payments Friday morning, with many turned away do to limited funding.
Mr. Willis Walker, Sr., 56, of Albany died Friday, June 15, 2012
Mr. Gradis Antwon Lewis, III of Albany died on June 13, 2012
Mr. Hall passed away June 14, 201
Mr. Gregory Hicks, 44, of Albany died on June 14, 2012
Hazelene S. Culwell, 79, of Leesburg, GA, formerly of Apopka, FL died Friday, June 15, 2012
Mrs. Freddie Burton Anderson of Americus died on June 15, 2012
President Obama is expected to speak at 1:15 p.m. EDT about new deportation policy.
In his lawsuit, Jim Finklestein contends that Magistrate judges are putting illegal restrictions on those who are granted bonds.
The Dougherty County Judicial System, including the superior court judges, magistrate judges, district attorney's office and sheriff's office, are violating the constitutional rights of criminal defendants by failing to promptly set bonds, prohibiting them from attending bond hearings, and restricting the liberty of defendants released on bonds by placing undue conditions on bond that violate their constitutional rights, a class-action lawsuit filed this week contends.
Howard Thompson died on June 14, 2012
Regina Rae Toson died on June 12, 2012
Georgia's Medicaid deficit continiues to skyrocket.
Brother Johnny Brown, 49, of Albany and formerly of Dawson died on June 14, 2012
The Miami Heat rush out to an 18-2 lead and then hang on in the closing seconds to edge Oklahoma City, 100-96, to win Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night, and head back to Miami with a 1-1 draw on the road for Game 3 at home on Sunday.
It’s early, but Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson and his Yellow Jackets are looking for a better run in 2012, and the coach hopes former Deerfield-Windsor star Tony Zenon can be a part of it.
Darton freshman first baseman Casey James receives the Rawlings Gold Glove Award, which is given to the top defensive player in the nation at each position. (ADDS: Former Andrew College pitcher drafted by Tigers).
Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is in his third season with the team, and he is still out to prove he was worth being chosen with the 19th pick in the draft.
Backup QB Darnell Kennedy will start Saturday’s game against Richmond with Cecil Lester out with a knee injury, and Kennedy is ready to lead the Panthers into the playoffs if he needs to. (ADDS: Note on Panthers WR and former Westover star Antwone Savage)
Giants pitcher Matt Cain throws the first perfect game in franchise history late Wednesday night to beat the Astros, 10-0, and Leesburg's Buster Posey was right there behind the plate for the entire ride, calling the pitches the whole way. (UPDATED)
Graphic testimony from accusers of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky continues Thursday.
Tiger Woods fires a 69 and is in a tie for second after the opening round of the U.S. Open, while Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson struggle at Olympic Club.