Just after the Yankees beat the Braves, 6-2, Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez announces that Brandon Beachy has a partial tear in his elbow.
On a recent ride home down a dark back road, the kind where you have to use your bright lights, I noticed an interesting phenomenon.
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Your friends and family think you should look the other way if they break the law, but Lord help you if you don't arrest someone they have a grudge against.
The major cause for wars has been the acquisition of land and raw materials.
The evolution of Egypt into a democracy isn't going as swimmingly as many had hoped.
APD responds to at least 85 incidents
President Obama is no longer president in the constitutional sense. He appears to have elevated himself to the role of emperor, deciding unilaterally what should be the law and what should not, bypassing Congress and placing himself in the role of Julius Caesar.
Between now and July 31, you'll read a lot about the Transportation Sales Tax referendum in The Albany Herald.
Officials with the Sylvester Police Department say a woman was uninjured after a medical issue caused her to run into a brick column at a local post office.
When it comes to fundraising, most school booster organizations usually fall back on the tried and true such as raffles, car washes and candy sales.
A 6-year-old boy nearly drowned in a pool over the weekend in Ashburn, officials with Turner County EMS confirmed Monday.
The granddaughter of Baconton's mayor has been arrested in connection with a purse snatching last week, officials with the Dougherty County Police Department say.
An attempted armed robbery was among the incidents Albany police responded to over the weekend.
Republican Rick Allen wants to represent the 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
UGA's Small Business Development Center co-sponsors a workshop on choosing a winning franchise.
With Brandon Beachy on the disabled list, Jair Jurrjens has his chance to show he has recovered his All-Star form.
The Heat were up 2-1 in last years’ Finals before Dallas won three in a row, but this year’s Heat team seems to be in better shape.
Americus-Sumter’s Joel Landis followed up his undefeated sophomore season with another spectacular year on the tennis courts to win his second straight Herald Player of the Year award. (ADDS: 2012 Herald All-Area Boys Tennis Team)
A jury determines that Roger Clemens didn’t lie to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith believes that except for Pebble Beach, there might not be a more exciting setting for a championship than the Olympic Club.
Data have been collected over the course of several months to assess what the area's health needs are.
Seniors at a local prep school will be able to earn college credits in classes taught by their own teachers on campus.
Audrey Moss Youngblood, 74, Fitzgerald, died June 16, 2012
Ben Rufus Lee, 61, Edison, died June 17, 2012
Eva Faye Gray Cain, 78, Pelham, died June 17, 2012
Richard G. Redding, 50, Augusta, died June 17, 2012
Elder Robert Lee Young, 56, Cordele, died June 16, 2012
Frederick Barrow Hand, Jr., 76, Pelham, died June 17, 2012
Roy Lamar Staines, 54, August, died June 15, 2012
Hazelene S. Culwell, 79, Apopka, FL died June 15, 2012
Margie Cladd, 88, Dawson, died June 15, 2012
Annie L. Odom, Westend, NC, died June 11, 2012
Deborah Rich Brown, 45, Bainbridge, died June 16, 2012
Rosie Thomas Walters, 84, Albany, died June 13, 2012
Phoenix Jakahi Phillips, 7, Albany, died June 12, 2012
Ethel Lee Johnson, Albany, died June 13, 2012
Commissioners are considering whether to cut services and personnel or raise taxes for those living outside the city of Albany.
Dougherty Commissioners are considering cutting services or raising taxes for those living outside the city of Albany.
A 38-year-old man was stabbed his uncle on Sunday afternoon, officials say.
Officials say less than one percent of their total ridership came on Sundays.
Albany officials say less than 1 percent of the city’s total transit bus ridership comes on Sundays.
America’s newest “Idol” is preparing for a performance at the National Mall in Washington.
The Thunder give up a 10-point, second-half lead to the Heat, who take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals on Sunday night.