The Hawks turn the ball over 22 times and fall to the Bucks, 108-101, on the road Tuesday night.
Lee County jumps out to a lead early and then hangs on to beat Thomas County Central, 5-1, when Daniel Nichols closes out the win with the bases loaded with some help from a diving catch from right fielder Mark Fowler. (ADDS: Items on Westwood baseball, Sherwood baseball, Terrell Academy baseball, Deerfield baseball, Sherwood soccer, Deerfield golf and Southland golf)
Wide receiver Clenton Rafe returned to the Panthers just in time Saturday, catching the game-winning touchdown with 4.5 seconds left from Cecil Lester.
Andy Roddick, woh knocked off Roger Federer on Monday, gets upset by Juan Monaco on Tuesday at Key Bisycane.
Worth beats a short-handed Westover team, 5-1, in a big Region 1-AAA baseball showdown on Tuesday at Paul Eames, where the Patriots were missing four starters who left town on spring break.
I think it’s time to bring our children and grandchildren home. They have spent too much time in combat.
I don’t know how any sane American cannot come to the conclusion that Barack Obama’s health care plan is 100 percent unconstitutional. Where in the Constitution is the federal government given the authority to force Americans to buy health insurance?
House Bill 685 imposing stiff penalties, including jail time, on owners of vicious dogs that attack humans, passed the state Senate by a vote of 50-1 on Monday, according to the website legis.gov.
The 10th Southwest Georgia Radio and Music Conference is scheduled Saturday at the Regency Inn Hotel in Albany.
Orgnaizers say a Christian hip-hop fashion show is designed to dispel negative stereotypes.
Little boys play baseball when it is fun for everybody. While immature exuberance often goes over the top with some parents, the most fun for the little guys comes when the game is over, nobody is bent out of shape with regard to who wins or who loses, and there is pizza and ice cream for everybody.
Dougherty County’s Cooperative Extension Service office offers advice on health care and showing of horses.
Xavier L. Sims, 25, of Doerun, pleaded guilty to making a threat to blow up a Colquitt County school, according to Michael J. Moore, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia.
It is not often that I agree with Geraldo Rivera, but recently he said something very practical and potentially life-saving, when he urged black and Hispanic parents not to let their children go around wearing hoodies.
Under a hail of gunfire while escaping a robbery, Darrell Morris suffered a wound to his leg, drove about 1.5 miles from where he was attacked and crashed into a tree, an Albany Police Department report states.
Dougherty County Public Works grades roads, maintains canals and sprays for mosquitos, among many other responsibilities.
Women's jewelry and a watch found in Trayvon Martin's school backpack last fall could not be tied to any reported thefts, the Miami-Dade Police Department said Tuesday.
The fate of President Obama's health care overhaul was cast into deeper jeopardy Tuesday as the Supreme Court's conservative justices sharply and repeatedly questioned its core requirement that virtually every American carry insurance.
South Indian dancers in colorful costumes are scheduled to perform at the Albany Municipal Auditorium.
Albany police respond to at least 45 incidents
The Thronateeska Daughters of the American Revolution is hosting an event for those wishing to learn more about their lineage.
My earliest musical memory is seeing country stars Loretta Lynn and Sonny James perform at the old Annie Bell Clark Elementary School auditorium in Tifton. I was 4 at the time.
In Southern Baptist parlance, as far as Cuban government officials are concerned, Pope Benedict XVI went from preaching to meddling.
A business owner who garnered headlines around the country says he wants city and state laws concerning the American flag changed.
The Federal Trade Commission reports Albany ranks 10 in reported cases of identity theft in metropolitan areas.
A shooting reported near the 1900 block of Riverview Drive.
A lawsuit aimed at derailing an Albany transportation project was filed in Federal court Tuesday.
A deal brokered between the city of Albany and Oxford Construction Co. will lead to a dilapidated structure being torn down.
A new garbage ordinance allows Lee County officials to remove garbage containers from customers 60 days in arrears.
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City Commission is set to vote tonight whether to move forward with plans for a new bus station.
The owners of the existing bus transfer station downtown have joined with the owners of vacant property near the site of a planned multi-million multimodal transportation center in a lawsuit to block the project from moving forward, attorneys say.
Mr. Tommy L. Robinson of Sylvester, Georgia, departed this life on Thursday, March 22, 2012
Mr. Cresswell died Friday, March 23, 2012
Doran D. Rhoads, 86, passed away Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Julius Williams, 74, of Albany died on March 26, 2012
Armigene Hall, 79, of Dougherty County, GA, died Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The new monthly event will feature local artists and entertainment throughout the central downtown business district, officials say.
The Downtown Merchants Association, in conjunction with the downtown manager's office, is launching a new monthly event to coincide with the Urban Garage Sale weekend, officials say.
Mr. Jimmy L. Killings, 86, of Vienna died on March 21, 2012
Harley Calvin Smith, 83, of Auburn, AL died on March 24, 2012
Harry James Milliner, 68, of Damascus died on March 26, 2012
Mr. Eddie Ray Alexander, 53, of Albany died on March 26, 2012
Mrs. Alfreda Canidate of Albany died March 26, 2012
John J. "Jack" Clemons, 77, of Fitzgerald, died Monday, March 26, 2012
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Bertha Rose Scott, 70, of Camilla, died Monday, March 26, 2012
Alice Martin Cliatt, 86, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Saturday, March 24, 2012
The Cavs lose for the fourth time this season to Meridian, which won the Lou Hart Invitational by four strokes despite Darton sophomore Joe Sakulpolphaisan running away with the individual title. (ADDS: Items on GSW golf, Darton baseball and Darton softball)