Times are still trying and money is still tight, but things are getting better. We all still have difficult days dealing with all that we have on our plates.
The big decision comes Thursday, but on Monday the U.S. Supreme Court added some spice to the national dialogue with its decision on the constitutionality of Arizona's immigration law.
The Lee County Commission approved a study that will allow it to equitably pay county employees.
The "Get a Grip" program started at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital and Phoebe North on April 2.
The Marine Depot Maintenance Command chosen Albany Tech's Manufacturer of the Year.
Lee County officials say vandals maliciously dumped dangerous materials into a popular swimming site.
A 19-year-old woman claims she was cut by a razor blade as a result of an altercation on Sunday evening.
Five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams is upset Monday, and so are fellow stars John Isner, Tomas Berdych and Jelena Jankovic.
DCSS BOE member will answer questions relating to school lunch fraud charges.
Danny Ferry, who was named Atlanta’s president of basketball operations and general manager Monday, wants the Hawks “to have a value-based identity with good guys who play hard.”
Four years after Florida State catcher and Leesburg native Buster Posey is named the national player of the year by the America Baseball Coaches Association, FSU's James Ramsey gets the same award.
Riverpoint officials say they'll file for bankruptcy protection before the auction if a debt agreement isn't reached.
River Point Golf Club, LLC., is delinquent on real and personal property taxes, officials say.
It looked like Falcons DE John Abraham was on his way out of Atlanta at the beginning of free agency, but the sack machine decided money wasn’t a factor and is now ready to resume his role as a leader on the team’s defense.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith writes about Keith Jackson, who became the longtime face and voice of college football on ABC-TV.
APD responds to at least 56 incidents.
Proposed charter school petition left off Board's Wednesday agenda.
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Jerry V. Burns, 70, Brooklyn, NY, died June 13, 2012
Maggie Brown, 101, Chula, died June 25, 2012
Gwendolyn Crump, 70, Camilla, died June 22, 2012
Lee W. Jones, 83, Ocilla, died June 24, 2012
Barbara Boston, Cordele, died June 25, 2012
Mealie H. Brown, 100, Sparks, died June 24, 2012
Purcel Harding Coalwell, 93, died June 19, 2012
Patty Sue Faulkner, 62, Athens, died June 23, 2012
Willard Jordan, 57, Tifton, died June 21, 2012
Dexter Keaton, Pelham, died June 25, 2012
Edna Nell Mathis Cook, 90, died June 25, 2012
Nothrice Scott, 97, died June 24, 2012
Melvin Basiden, 55, Albany, died June 21, 2012
Mary L. Wilson, 97, died June 24, 2012
Willie Watson, 76, Loganville, died June 24, 2012
Sara Lula Layfield King, Albany, died June 23, 2012
Otis Allen McClure, Jr., 90, Leesburg, died June 22, 2012
Anthony Johnson, 53, Albany, died June 21, 2012
Peggy Ann Hall Benford, 81, Albany, died June 23, 2012
Commissioner Muarlene Edwards leaves meeting before the vote on the tax rate.
The U.S. Supreme Court has opted to consider the Federal Trade Commission’s appeal of the purchase of Palmyra Medical Center.
Gail Louise Cameron, 50, Albany, died June 22, 2012
One of the largest online suppliers of parts and accessories for marine and powersports enthusiasts relocates to Albany, bringing 100 plus jobs.
The U.S. Supreme Court is rendering a number of rulings today.
Dougherty County School board member Velvet Riggins will appear before a governor's tribunal at 9 a.m. Tuesday to answer questions in regard to a Dougherty grand jury indictment on four counts of school lunch fraud.