Georgia Tech lost 20 fumbles last season — tied for the most in the nation — and the same types of problems plague the offense during Saturday’s scrimmage.
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Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
Advances in medicine over the past century have resulted in declines in infectious diseases and increases in the average lifespan. As a result, chronic diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and certain cancers have now become the top causes of death.
It was, in my opinion, awkward.
A Big Bad Truck contest will be part of country singer Colt Ford’s Declaration of Independence Tour that kicks off in Sasser.
Country music star Colt Ford is kicking off his lateest 20-city tour at the Sasser Flea Market Friday night.
Here are a list of activities for Southwest Georgia.
A veteran law enforcement officer is challenging Lee County's incumbent sheriff in the July 31 Republican primary.
The conductor of the Albany Symphony Orchestra says he will "redouble" his efforts to earn the community's trust.
The Albany Municipal Airfield has transformed itself over the years from a military training facility to a commercial airline service provider.
Local neighborhood watch organization representatives disavow the use of firearms in their role.
Albany Police Department officers need help to find evidence and close the mystery of the John Lewis Barbre murder.
here may be more pain at the pump coming as the United States clamps down on Iran financially. On Friday, President Obama said he was staying the course with the strategy of drying up Iran’s oil revenues in an attempt to force the regime there to abandon its pursuit of nuclear weapon development.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections from Dougherty, Lee and Worth counties.
“This is what a feminist looks like.” So proclaimed Barry Lynn, president of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. He proudly held up a T-shirt bearing the declaration at a feminist forum a few blocks away from the White House. It was really a political pep rally,
Donna Driskell attempting to revitalize the Corner Cafe on Dawson Road.
Albany Herald writer Jim West holds a Q&A with Jerry Doyal, owner on Doyal's on Oglethorpe Blvd. and Doyal's Costume Rental in the Village Green Shopping Center.
You built a house of cards, And got shocked when you saw them fall. — The White Stripes Albany, once the proud crown jewel of Georgia’s southern region, has an identity crisis.
Police respond to at least 43 incidents
The National Semifinal game between Ohio State and Kansas certainly isn’t getting headlines as big as the other Final Four matchup, but tonight’s game between a pair of No. 2 seeds could be just as entertaining
“On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it’s important for him (Putin) to give me space. ... This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.” — Barack Obama to Dmitry Medvedev, open mic, March 26
Few college basketball rivalries are as intense as the one between Kentucky and Louisville, and the stakes have never been higher than they are tonight when the two clash in New Orleans with a trip to the National Championship game on the line.
It took a last-second touchdown for the Panthers to win last week’s game in Louisiana, but now it’s the Swashbucklers’ turn to make the 10-hour trip, setting up tonight’s rematch at the Albany Civic Center.
Albany native and former Monroe star Deion Branch will be among a large group of receivers looking for a spot in New England’s lineup next season.
One night after getting routed at home by the lowly Washington Wizards, the 76ers turn around and hammer the Hawks on Saturday in a big Eastern Conference showdown that inches Philly closer to Atlanta for the sixth seed in the upcoming NBA playoffs.