Seminole and Miller meet tonight in the annual “Backyard Brawl/Family Feud” game that's one of the best rivalries in Georgia — and this time first place in the region is on the line.
Life Christian Academy went winless last year in its first season of 8-man football, but a year later the Warriors are in the playoffs, which begin tonight, with plans of winning it all.
Albany Tech men's and women's teams get a pair of wins to open the 2012-13 season Thursday night with a sweep of four-year school Brewton-Parker's JV squads.
Blake Shelton's third win of the night at the Country Music Association Awards was the big one.
Jordan Schafer began his baseball career with the Braves and is now headed back to Atlanta after being claimed off waivers from the Houston Astros. (ADDS: Marlins hire Mike Redmond as new manager)
Talent has never been the problem in Atlanta --- desire has --- which is why the revamped Hawks are out to prove those days are through. (ADDS: Story on Atlanta's starting lineup, complete 2012-13 schedule)
Fort Valley wideout Christopher Slaughter has given defenses fits all season, but the Rams think they are ready to contain the conference’s leading receiver Saturday.
Falcons outside linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, who is second on the team in tackles and sacks, will miss Sunday night's game against the Cowboys with a right ankle injury.
The Tornadoes meet the Syrupmakers tonight at Hugh Mills Stadium with a chance to win the Region 1-AAAA championship, but to pull off the feat Monroe will have to win the game by at least 10 points — not to mention beat a Cairo program that has won 38 of its last 39 region games.
The Darton women’s basketball team only has three returners from last season, but one of them is star Michelle Mitchell, who might be the best junior college player in the state.
Mary Egler admits she faces an uphill battle trying to defeat a Republican candidate in conservative Lee County.
Luke Singletary hopes to follow in Betty Johnson’s footsteps in being an advocate for county employees.
Letter to the editor
The American public has been begging for new leadership for the past decade. They are hungry for leaders who will make decisions about what is best for America.
Antonio Latrial Pride is this week's Most Wanted fugitive by Albany Area Crime Stoppers.
Information from the Georgia Department of Education shows that the state leads the country when looking at year-to-year growth on all the most recent national test scores.
Former UN ambassador reminds students that every vote counts.
APD responded for at least 43 incidents.
Worth County freshman RB Zytavious Anderson wins The Herald's Player of the Week honor this week with 49 percent of the vote.
A two-vehicle crash injures five and results in citations for both drivers Thursday; police report other driving dangers.
More than 13,000 people have already cast ballots in Dougherty County.
GraceWay's major fund raiser for the year is set as an outdoor adventure at a Lee County farm.
Lee County High and North Mitchell Elementary make the list.
Principal William Chunn presents team and coaches with state championship rings.
State school superintendent says there is no more critical hire than a school's principal.
Williams Sellars, 39, Albany, died October 30, 2012
Curtis Bailey, 84, died October 29, 2012
Ernest Dewaine Phillips, 91, Albany, died October 31, 2012
Willie Emmett Leverett, Jr., died October 30, 2012
Ulysses Lakes, 92, Albany, died October 26, 2012
Virginia Godwin Bostwick, 88, died October 31, 2012
Johnnie B. Boston, 88, Albany, died October 27, 2012
Joey L. Daniels, 34, Albany died October 28, 2012
Rita White, 64, Climax, died October 30, 2012
Raymond Robert Andrae, Sr., Fort Gaines, died October 30 2012
Ralph Keaton, Sr., 87, Powder Springs, died October 27, 2012
Farris Ruben Teasley, 90, Jacksonville, FL, died October 28, 2012
Annie Mae Dennis, 88, died October 27, 2012
Earl Brown, 71, Fitzgerald, died October 30, 2012
Ethel Lee Hardy Mathis, 60, Albany, died October 29, 2012
Betty Jean Lueallen Debruce, 67, died October 30, 2012
Lewis Douglas Burks, Jr., East Point, GA, died October 23, 2012
Eddie Marshall, 79, Albany, died October 29, 2012
John Henry Parker, 63, of Cuthbert, died October 29, 2012
Greg Merson, 24, outlasts a huge field to win $8.5 million and the coveted World Series Main Event bracelet less than a year after he got out of rehab.
Pick up a copy of the Friday Albany Herald to see what everyone's squawking about.
Check out these well-trained dogs and why they prove that dogs are indeed man's best friend.
Penn State's ex-president accused of perjury, endangering children in Jerry Sandusky case.
The Georgia Department of Education has released the list of Reward Schools as part of the state’s waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act .
A federal appeals court in Atlanta is set to hear arguments in a legal challenge to a Florida law requiring welfare applicants to pass a drug test.