American Mardy Fish, who’s been out of tennis for nearly three months after a medical scare, returns with a straight sets win Tuesday at Wimbledon, then cancels his news conference because he was feeling ill. (ADDS: Serena, Nadal cruise in openers; players want later start date to Wimbledon)
Commissioners vote to accept City Manager James Taylor’s FY 2013 budget proposal with one exception; a $50,000 subsidy to the Albany Civil Rights Institute.
After struggling in interleague play, Atlanta returns home Tuesday and routs NL foe Arizona, 8-1.
The WNBA’s two-time reigning Eastern Conference champion Atlanta Dream have struggled to start the 2012 season, but they looked solid Tuesday in a win against Indiana.
After making home with my German family in small Schwaebisch Hall for four days, I packed my bags again, this time to visit the bustling city of Stuttgart.
Whenever I take out my biscuit pan — and every Southern cook worth her salt and grease has one — I can’t help but shake my head.
Bombs will be bursting in air in the skies over Southwest Georgia over the next week, a series of colorful and noisy celebrations of the birth of the United States.
The Lee County Commission OKs a $22 million operating budget for the fiscal year that starts Sunday.
American Legion’s Albany Post 30 evens the season series with Leesburg Post 182 on Tuesday with a 7-2 win at Paul Eames, thanks to big games from starting pitcher Matt Mears and slugger Tanner Stone.
The Albany College and Career Academy’s fate will likely be decided at today’s School Board meeting.
After news broke of college football finally moving to a four-team playoff two weeks ago, presidents officially approve the plan Tuesday.
Former Randolph-Clay and UGA star linebacker Thomas Davis, who has had a great NFL career — but one that’s been plagued by injuries — is set to become the first player in NFL history to return from three ACL tears when the Carolina Panthers’ training camp starts next month.
Albany police respond to at least 59 incidents
Unbreakable Bloodline of Albany are currently third in a national online contest that could win them a festival gig.
Albany Police Department investigators ask community for information to locate suspects.
Nick Nelson has been serving as the executive director for the Albany Museum of Art since 2009.
The Leesburg City Council OKs a spending plan with a $2.5 million general fund and a $1.3 million water/sewer fund.
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital reports a man in fair condition after a Saturday assault in bar parking lot.
BOE at-large incumbent is locked in a tight race with challenger Lane Price.
Faced with raising taxes, the Albany City Commission on Tuesday voted 6-1 to give $50K to the Albany Civil Rights Institute.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court placed Georgia officials in the best position possible in the decades-long argument with Florida and Alabama over what has been known as the tri-state Water Wars.
In a letter to the editor, Walt Specht of Leesburg says that testing is needed for assistance recipients.
In a letter to the editor, Marty Heldenberg of Parrott says that fear isn't needed to instill peace.
a teenager drowns just before 5:25 p.m. Tuesday at a residence on the 100 block of Rosewood Drive.
On a fairly regular basis, I hear people from this area bemoan their contention that Albany, and indeed, all of Southwest Georgia, needs "fixing." (Fixin' in the local vernacular.) Usually the complainers have all the answers needed to accommodate such a fix.
Mitt Romney's main argument for his presidential candidacy is that if voters want a leader who can fix the economy, they should elect someone who knows and understands FOR OBAMA, WORKING FOR BUSINESS WAS WORKING FOR ENEMY and likes -- business.
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William Ross, 58, Bainbridge, died June 25, 2012
Shirley Nell Heard Johnson, 77, Brinson, died June 25, 2012
Roy Hill Thomas, Jr., Arlington, died June 20, 2012
Rutha Williams , Albany, died June 26, 2012
J. T. Morgan, 75, Miller CO, died June 25, 2012
Roy Lamar Staines 54, Augusta, died June 15, 2012
Ann Millican Helms, 91, Macon, died June 24, 2012
Sandra Mansfield, Sumter County, died June 25, 2012
Gloria Jean Burley, 68, Camilla, died June 25, 2012
Ronnie L. Beaver, Albany, died June 26, 2012
Peggy Ann Hall Benford, 81, Albany, died June 23, 2012
Leola Graham Williams, 88, died June 26, 2012
Kearer Virginia Crawford, 60, Albany, died June 23, 2012
Donald R. Zirkelbach, 76, Albany, died June 24, 2012
The tribunal appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal has heard from prosecutors and the defense in Dougherty School Board member Velvet Riggins' school lunch case. The tribunal will make a recommendation to the governor on whether she should be removed from office pending the results of the case.
Arizona scores three runs in the top of the ninth and survives a scare in the bottom of the ninth to win its first national title since 1986.
The Richmond Raiders hold off Louisiana in Monday’s semifinal game and will face Albany in the inaugural PIFL title game Saturday.