Distracted by so many off-the-court issues, Caroline Wozniacki, the world’s No. 1-ranked women’s player just a year ago, is stunned in the first round of Wimbledon on Wednesday.
While vacationing at the beach, I have noticed a few phenomenons which I think are universal to the human race.
Douglas set for Joe Farris Day DOUGLAS — Joe Farris, the St. Jude Santa Claus, will be at the center of events Sunday as he prepares for his 101st trip from Southwest Georgia to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
Albany City Commissioners voted Tuesday to abandon the proposed site of a $10 million transit facility and restart the process.
The case of a drowning victim remains under investigation by the Dougherty County district attorney.
Officers put one man in jail in connection with a grocery store armed robbery, while seeking more tips.
Staff members from every law enforcement agency in the area have one message for the July 4 holiday — Drive drunk and you go to jail.
Three Marines were recognized at an Albany Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Wednesday.
The Dougherty County grand jury indicts former Worth County Sheriff's deputy on gun and drug charges.
According to an Albany Police Department report, Antwon Mathis, 23, suffered a gunshot wound to his back during an attack by four black men at Holly House Apartments on the 900 block of Holloway Avenue at about 1 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Dougherty County Police Department officers reported the arrest of Terry Duvall Sams, 34, for a May 29 armed robbery of a 2336 Liberty Expressway Flash Foods convenience store.
In response to a critical need for blood, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is set to host a blood drive today.
Ken Beverly, former CEO of Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, will be sentenced in Albany today, court officials say.
Suspects in Monday fight at Charlie B's parking lot report to police, who make one arrest.
Lee County, Leesburg and Smithville elected officials will meet to determine the distribution of tax monies.
Parents and police had sought help in locating the missing 14-year-old girl.
Despite bad weather in March, the 2012 Albany Marathon was successful enough to increase its donation to Willson Hospice House.
In a letter to the editor, Tom Stevenson of Albany says that a new tax is a bad route for transportation.
In a letter to the editor, Jerry Smith of Leesburg says that Redbone candidate Greg Frich is pushing for reforms.
In a recent speech to Latino leaders, Mitt Romney said: "If you get an advanced degree, we want you to stay here. So I'd staple a green card to the diploma of someone who gets an advanced degree in America." A year ago, Barack Obama said he was all for "encouraging foreign students to stay in the U.S. and contribute to our economy by stapling a green card to the diplomas" of those with advanced degrees in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math).
Throughout America's history, there have been people who denied threats from our enemies. During the Revolutionary War, significant numbers sided with the British monarchy. Enablers in politics, the media and even religion helped Communism remain in power for seven decades in the Soviet Union. German Nazis had their U.S. apologists.
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Albany police respond to at least 35 incidents.
Candidates from at least five different races have been invited to speak at a forum in Albany Saturday morning.
Contracts reissued to five non-tendered teachers; two paraprofessionals terminated
The Board also votes to reissue contracts to five CRCT teachers.
A Lee County Commissioner points to a long list of accomplishments during his first term in office.
ACCA steering committee member Velvet Riggins stuns Board, crowd with “no” vote.
Mrs. Iris Vaudine Murkerson Glass, 83, died Tuesday afternoon, June 26, 2012
Marian Hoover Bjerken, age 79, died June 23, 2012
The Dougherty School Board has approved a $116 million spending plan for FY 2013 that does not call for a tax increase.
Mr. Norman Crumbley, 61, of Camilla died on June 27, 2012
Mrs.Debbie Posey McEntyre, 56, of Chauncey died Wednesday June 27, 2012
Mrs. Jessie Mae Thomas of Sylvester, Georgia, departed this life on Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Another shooting in Albany
Armed gunmen force clerks back into store to rob safe after 11 p.m. Monday on the 700 block of Johnson Road.
The public has a chance to review textbooks and other learning resources for instruction in Grades K-12 Mathematics.
Mr. Roy Hill Thomas, Jr. of Arlington died on June 20, 2012
Mrs. Lillian Morgan, 70, of Albany died on June 26, 2012
U.S. Army Veteran Michale Bernard Pierce 47 of Sparks, GA departed this life June 25, 2012