Officials in Lee County are questioning a decade-old deal that has strapped the county with a major debt.
After two years without a mate, Chehaw Wild Animal Park’s female bald eagle has a new companion and a spruced-up residence.
So, how big of a difference does it make to have your dad in your life?
An Albany writer will hold a book-signing event for his new release "Tracks of My Tears" at Element's Coffee on June 30.
Of the total 83,432 American service members the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office has listed as still missing in action as of June 8, more than 73,000 were from World War II.
The word "autopsy" brings many questions and misconceptions to mind. A good coroner endeavors to provide accurate and reassuring information on all aspects of an autopsy to the family. In the final section concerning the subject matter "Why Did My Loved One Die," I will try to clear up some of these concerns and/or misconceptions about autopsies.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from May 27-June 9.
Tallahassee's Best of Broadway series kicks off Oct. 8 with the hit production "Rock of Ages."
Albany’s symphony orchestra made it through its last concert of this 2011-12 season in good form, hanging onto its thematic objective of spotlighting the city’s various entertainment and cultural venues. This one spot lit Theatre Albany, adding a kind of sub-title: “Mavericks of the theater.”
I asked a group of coworkers what they thought I should write about this week, and they suggested I discuss achieving and maintaining a balanced life. I thought it was a great idea, so I went online and googled the definition of balance.
The ground was damp from the previous day's rain. It was still thirsty, though, and I know this because I heard three gentlemen say it was so and I believed them. Standing there just on the edge of the grass where it met the tired path I was walking on, they rocked slowly on their heels and looked up at the sky.
A roundup of notable faces, places and things to do in Albany.
Lori and Wayne Holley's home is selected as the June Yard of the Month; Strive2Thrive plans to "grill" poverty in July; Albany Area Arts Council sets Chinese cultural workshop; Albany sculptor Josh Rosen opens show at Valdosta gallery.
Staff writer Jim West holds a Q&A with Anne Gray, co-owner of Hadden's Flowers & Gifts in Albany.
APD responds to at least 62 incidents.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail June 7-14, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
Check out what's happening with local students in the area.
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The state ethics commission has delayed ruling on several complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal, whose attorney is seeking guidance from the agency to resolve two of the issues.
Forty years ago, all of America learned the name of a particular condominium, hotel and office complex along the Potomac in the nation's capital.
He had just been through the roughest patch of President Obama's re-election struggle and yet senior adviser David Axelrod seemed, if not quite serene, then at least amiably stoic.
The 11th Annual Phoebe Putney Memorial Men's Health Conference attracts hundreds of men for free health checks.
The program director of Albany's Strive2Thrive anti-poverty program outlines the organization's "hand up" approach.
Miss Eleanor Harper, 90, of Wray, Georgia, died Friday, June 15, 2012
Robert James Crutts, 65, of Albany, GA, died June 15, 2012
Robert Michael Collier, Sr., 61, of Cartersville, Georgia passed away at Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia on Friday, June 15,2012
Mrs. Allie Johnson, 76, of Dothan, AL, formerly of Donalsonville, died on June 16, 2012
Mr. Robert Richard Kobee, 54, of Douglas died Friday, June 15, 2012
Mr. Mitchell Mims, 93, of Albany died Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Mrs. Frances Mortimer of Miami, FL died on June 15, 2012
Mrs. Annie Mae Odom of Westend, NC died June 11, 2012
Mr. Gradis Antwon Lewis, III of Albany died on June 13, 2012
Mr. Andres C. Browner, 47, of Sasser died on June 15, 2012
Mrs. Margie Cladd, 88, of Dawson died June 15, 2012
Ms. Phyllis Mathis, 45, of Albany, formerly of Dawson, died on June 15, 2012
Florida State, one of the favorites to win the College World Series, loses its opener, 4-3, late Friday night in 12 innings against Arizona, pushing the Seminoles into the dreaded losers' bracket, where FSU will need to beat Stony Brook on Sunday to stay alive.
Jerry Sandusky’s lawyers say that the former Penn State assistant football coach acted the way he did with his alleged victims because he was suffering from “histrionic personality disorder.”
Tharpe sentenced to 12 years for crime
Chipper Jones and Tim Tebow, who are both from Jacksonville, Fla., are partnering to open a D1 Sports Training facility in Orlando.
Angel McCoughtry, the WNBA's second-leading scorer who was benched right before Friday's game against the the Sparks, ends up leading Atlanta, 92-59, with 31 points past Los Angeles, which has won five in a row.
Darton softball stars Katy Jordan and Chelsea Showers are named NJCAA All-Americans recently, while head coach David Dews is named the region’s coach of the year.