Already leading in points, Jimmie Johnson wins the pole Friday in Texas for Sunday’s latest NASCAR Chase race.
Due to the ongoing NHL lockout, the league cancels the always-anticipated Winter Classic on Friday.
With only its end-of-the-season showdown with UGA left to play for, struggling Georgia Tech tries to get a win at Maryland today against a Terps team that will use a LB at quarterback.
All Georgia has to do is win its final two SEC games of the season beginning today with a dangerous Ole Miss team that could love nothing more than to ruin the Bulldogs’ trip to the conference championship. (ADDS: notebook item on UGA QB Murray being named finalist for Johnny Unitas Award)
Mike White — the man who has become the face of Albany State football, kept the Rams’ winning tradition alive and impacted the lives of so many during his 13 years as head coach — will go for win No. 100 today against none other than ASU’s most bitter rival, Fort Valley State.
Letter to the editor
Page Two has two lessons to learns when reading the “Daily Views” section of the Herald.
Letter to the editor
Before voting Tuesday, take a look at who's working to get America moving ahead.
These are upcoming religion-related events in Southwest Georgia.
Letter to the editor
State-chartered schools are a threat to local school board control.
In a guest commentary, Lee County School Board member Robert Clay outlines why he opposes Amendment 1.
APD responds to at least 43 incidents.
See who deserves this week's thumbs up!
The award goes to tourism professionals who are excelling in the industry within their first five years in the business.
The long-time civic club member reads frequently to students in Dougherty County while dressed in his Cat in the Hat gear.
Albany's primary utilities provider operates from an efficiently designed and run complex in South Albany.
More than 2,300 people came downtown Friday to cast their ballots early, election officials say.
Tina Weaver, 34, Dawson, died October 29, 2012
Esther Texas Pearson Koopmann, 99, Statesboro, died October 31, 2012
Gladys Grissom, died October 30, 2012
Jordan Ricky Harden, died October 31, 2012
Rita White, 64, of Climax, died October 29, 2012
Robert Gonzelez, 49, Leesburg, died November 1, 2012
Check out today's squawk of the day!
Herald sports editor Danny Aller and staff writers Mike Phillips, John Millikan and Matt Stewart --- along with, for the first time, WFXL Fox 31 sports anchor Andrew Schnitker --- make their picks for the first week of the high school football season in Week 4 of "Guessperts" as Phillips and Stewart are tied for first place right now with identical 126-26 records through nine weeks.
Herald High School Writer Mike Phillips calls Monroe's shot tonight against Cairo for the Region 1-AAAA title, despite the fact the Syrupmakers have won 38 of their last 39 region games.
When voters flood the polls Tuesday, many will be there to try and sway the presidential election. But many throughout the Albany metro area will find other contested races waiting for their approval when they step up to vote Tuesday. Here is a look at those races.
Pick up a copy of the Saturday Albany Herald to find out what everyone's squawking about.
Former Dougherty County 2012 Teacher of the Year Candidate Phillip Burns has been charged with child molestation and felony sodomy and is currently being held without bond at the Dougherty County jail
Former Dougherty County 2012 Teacher of the Year Candidate Phillip Burns has been charged with child molestation and felony sodomy and is is currently being held without bond at the Dougherty County jail.
U.S. employers added 171,000 jobs in October and hiring was stronger over the previous two months than first thought. The unemployment rate inched up to 7.9 percent from 7.8 percent in September.
Police say a newborn infant was stabbed to death in an Athens house, hours after being born.
Dougherty snaps a 15-game losing streak Thursday night that spanned two seasons as the Trojans top Americus-Sumter, 16-7, for first-year coach Corey Joyner's first win. (UPDATED: 11:40 p.m. with quotes from Joyner)