Albany Technical College will host its seventh annual workshop and luncheon for area clergy today from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Kirkland Conference Center.
In the continuing saga of Americans willing to pay for any item known to man that supposedly looks like any other item known to man, I am now stunned to learn that a Chicken McNugget found by Rebekah Speight of Dakota City, Neb., which is alleged to have looked like President George Washington, sold for $8,100 on ebay.
A man and his pregnant girlfriend face drug trafficking charges after an Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit bust.
Four R&B/soul/blues acts will perform Saturday at the Albany Civic Center.
Officials say Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital is within the industry leader benchmark range of 2.5-3.5 falls per 1,000 patient days.
The parents of an “American Idol” hopeful receive the key to the city of Leesburg on their son’s behalf.
A bill sponsored by Rep. Ed Rynders includes a provision that would avoid an elections snafu that occurred in Albany last year.
When you think about the things we love in the South, food certainly comes to mind. Fried chicken or Southern-fried steak, mashed potatoes, butterbeans, buttermilk biscuits, cornbread and sweet tea make for an ideal Sunday dinner, especially one topped off with a big ol' piece of pie or homemade cake.
I knew it was coming. I had been diagnosed with gestational diabetes with my first-born, and there were signals with my second-born. Diabetes had also been a part of my family, as both my mother and grandmother were living with the disease.
Not much says The South quite as convincingly as sweet tea and cornbread.
Albany police respond to at least 48 incidents
Robbers shot out a man's eye while he prepared dinner on a grill behind his residence in Paradise Village on the 600 block of Holly Drive the day after Christmas.
Several recent armed robberies in Albany prompt police to call on a Georgia Bureau of Investigation sketch artist.
At the end of the last fiscal year, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital reportedly had $637.8 million in total assets.
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James Calvin Laye, 86, Parrott, died March 7, 2012
Louise Morris Snow, died March 6, 2012
Carl E. Snowden, Sr., 79, Fitzgerald, March 6, 2012
Albert Edgar Brown, 81, died March 5, 2012
Mary Butler Hadley, 78, Albany, died March 1, 2012
Mattie Jo Duke, 76, Irwin, died March 5, 2012
Clevon Mathis, 77, died March 5, 2012
Antonio Mendoza Alvarado, 41, died March 7, 2012
Edwin Cooke, 86, died March 7, 2012
Claude E. Butler, Blakely, died March 1, 2012
Elizabeth Marie Hastings, 89, died March 6, 2012
Ruthie Daniels Town, Vienna, died March 6, 2012
Kenny Porter, Pahokee, FL, died March 5, 2012
Commissioner Ivey Hines will remain on the Albany City Commission following a court ruling.
Now, we all knew that wasn’t going to work. Not for one cotton-picking minute did we think that those two could say “I do” and keep that vow until one of ‘em stopped breathing.
The Dramatic Arts department will present four showings of “Chicago.”
The Kinchafoonee Cowboys will entertain at Deerfield-Windsors annual PTA fundraiser.
A self-proclaimed old-school hip-hop artist from Southwest Georgia is getting raves in Eastern Europe.
Former Georgia congressman and U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich scored a primary victory in Dougherty County.
Peyton Manning, who spent 14 years in Indianapolis and turned the Colts into Super Bowl champions, will be released Wednesday, according to ESPN.
Just three days after beating NBA top dog Oklahoma State at home, Atlanta goes on the road Tuesday and takes down another East power, Indiana, 101-96.
Fresh off an injury that sidelined him for most of last season, Kris Medlen returns for the Braves on Tuesday but struggles in a loss to the Nats.
Darton ace and former Lee County star Matt Aldrich is dominant on the mound once again Tuesday, allowing just two hits in five innings during an 11-0 region-opening win against South Georgia College. (ADDS: roundup items on GSW cross country; Deerfield and Terrell Academy baseball; Sherwood golf; and Lee County, Westover and Sherwood soccer)
The Darton men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are highlighted by Anna Macht and Deniss Jariga, who both have No. 1 national rankings in their events but are just two of several swimmers who could bring national championships back to Albany.
Albany Tech overcomes a three-point deficit in the final seconds and Jamorris Gaines hits a free throw with 1.7 seconds left to lift the Titans to a thrilling 57-56 victory in Tuesday’s Region XVII Tournament opener against Chattahoochee Tech. (ADDS: item South Georgia Tech men falling to Georgia Perimeter in first round, 95-60)
After 2 1/2 seasons as the head boys basketball coach for the Red Devils, Oglesby Jackson — a former assistant under legendary Randolph-Clay coach Joe Williams — decides to accept the job as the school’s assistant principal Tuesday and turn the one-time powerhouse program over to someone else.