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A woman became the victim of a reckless conduct incident Sunday afternoon, according to Albany Police Department reports.
Dozens of used tires have been dumped in a wooded area just off Albany's Radium Springs Road.
Robin Dunn is being accused of stealing more than $8,000 from the Lily Pad Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Center.
Brian Beasley and LaDerick Chappell are currently on trial in Dougherty Superior Court in two separate murder cases.
The search for a wanted person results in the discovery of marijuana last weekend.
Elmer Wester III was cited for failure to maintain lane and following too closely after crashing into three vehicles on Gillionville Road.
A near-capacity crowd pays respects to Jo Neal Freeman, wife of ASU President, Everette J Freeman.
APD responds to at least 100 incidents.
The mother of a Lee County Middle School student says her son received sexually explicit text messages from a classmate.
Specialist Wesley Braswell is awarded the Bronze Star with Valor and the Combat Medic Badge.
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Late Monday afternoon, we received a notice that the Dougherty County Board of Education is indeed conducting a called budget meeting for 5 p.m. today at the School Administration Building at 200 Pine Ave.
You've got to hand it to Democrats and the Obama re-election campaign. Like a quarterback who looks left to draw the defense away from his intended target on the right, Democrats have managed to divert our attention.
On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I offer congratulations to F. Faison Middleton IV of Watson Spence law firm in Albany on his recent appointment by Gov. Nathan Deal to the Georgia Student Finance Commission.
In a letter to the editor, M.C. Brooks of Hayesville, N.C., says that Albany's litter shows lack of community pride.
The Class of 1965 turns 65 this year -- a historic occasion despite it being only the 47th anniversary of our cap-and-gown ceremony.
An open public meeting is planned for 5 p.m. in the BOE boardroom.
Criminal cases assigned to the Dougherty County Sheriff's investigators were up by more than 47 percent, officials say.
Criminal cases assigned to the Dougherty County Sheriff’s investigators were up by more than 47 percent, officials say.
Mr. AJ Taylor, 67, of Sylvester died Saturday March 10, 2012
The money generated during the event will go to pay for next year's event, organizers say.
Albany's signature downtown festival welcomed more than 38,000 guests Saturday, organizers say, making it one of the best attended Mardi Gras festivals to date.
Joseph Henry Mathis, 81, of Albany, GA, died Monday, March 12, 2012
Mr. Allen Henry, Jr., 72, of Albany died Saturday, March 10, 2012
Mrs. Essie Cook, 87, of Albany died Monday, March 12, 2012
Mr. Dennis Clay, 51, of Albany died Friday, March 9, 2012
Lil' Ny'Ricki Nelson, 10, passed away on March 12, 2012
Wanda Barfield, 55, of Albany, GA, died Sunday, March 11, 2012
Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina all lose in their conference tournaments but still grab No. 1 seeds as the field is picked for the NCAA tournament.
Bro. Luther James Williams, 70 of Dawson, Ga died on Saturday, March 10, 2012
Georgia cornerback Branden Smith has been arrested and charged with marijuana possession in Alabama.
Robert Earl Granger 68, of Albany, GA died Sunday, March 11, 2012
Alvin Jerome Dollar, 91, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Saturday, March 10, 2012
Mrs. Mattie Ruth Osby 85 of Ty Ty,Ga departed this life Sunday March 11, 2012
The authority purchased the hospital for $8.35 million, officials say.
The entity that owns and controls the assets of Tift Regional Medical Center announced Monday that it had purchased the hospital and nursing home in the rural town of Adel, officials say.
Tobe Milner, Jr. died on March 11, 2012
The Taliban vowed revenge Monday for an "inhumane attack" in which an American soldier allegedly shot to death 16 civilians.
Florida State makes history, winning its first ACC men’s basketball title by beating powerhouse North Carolina, 85-82, on Sunday.
Justin Rose wins at Doral on a day when Bubba Watson comes up just short and Tiger Woods leaves the course with an Achilles injury.
Tony Stewart makes a bold move on a restart and redeems himself, holding off Jimmie Johnson to win in Las Vegas on Sunday.
The Deerfield boys and girls tennis teams stay unbeaten, sweeping three teams ni the DWS Tennis Classic.
Josh Smith scores 28 points and leads the Hawks to a 106-99, win against Sacramento on the road last Sunday night.