"Breakfast with Santa" and "Handcrafted Christmas on the Plaza" will be among the festivities planned as part of a series of upcoming holiday events at Flint RiverQuarium.
The Lee County music star is plotting his post-"American Idol" career.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Nov. 15-20, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
For all the various frustrations that American citizens have with our nation, it is still the more free land in the world, one that has been blessed throughout its existence.
Now that we're in the holiday season, Albany Herald librarian and researcher Mary Braswell went into the archives to find some tasty Thanksgiving and Christmas season recipes submitted by eaders over the years. All of the following recipes were featured in past editions of The Albany Herald.
This isn't really a Thanksgiving column. It's more of a Christmas column. Well, actually, it is a Thanksgiving column because it's about being thankful enough for your blessings that you share them at Christmas.
A renowned Montana sculptor creates works whose appeal has no geographical boundaries.
Georgia’s poverty rate is at its highest point in 30 years.
Albany police respond to at least 30 incidents.
I hadn’t been able to do it for so long, listen to Warren Zevon’s 2003 album he made with friends like Bruce Springsteen, Dwight Yoakam, Don Henley, Jackson Brown and Tom Petty while he was dying.
Weston Lee is a student at North Georgia College & State University.
Angel Bradford was one of 20 members of the Archdiocese of Savannah to take a recent pilgrimage to the Middle East.
A town hall meeting is held to address the proposed closing of the downtown post office, and many leave frustrated or confused.
The SOWEGA Council on Aging delivered more than 186,000 prepared meals to seniors in the region last year.
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"We're all in this together," President Obama said on election night. "That's how we campaigned."
With Mitt Romney’s defeat and the loss of Republican seats in both House and Senate, the balance of power in the GOP has shifted. Republican governors — the one group that actually increased its numbers on Nov. 6 — believe they should take a bigger and more influential role in establishing the party’s direction.
Peter James Davis, Elko, GA died November 16, 2012
Alberta Terrell, 63, Albany, died November 19, 2012
Joan Joiner Robinson, 78, Dalton, GA, died November 17, 2012
Mary Fitzgerald Taylor, 103, Leesburg, died November 18, 2012
Mary Hutchins, 68, died November 16, 2012
Ethel Lee Maynard, New York, died November 17, 2012
Henry Deriso Ratliff, 87, Plains, died November 20, 2012
Beverly Jean Robine, 71, Albany, died November 16, 2012
Mary Ivey Fussell Hughes, 84, died November 19, 2012
Clifford Lester Lane, Jr., Cordele, died November 17, 2012
Susie Mae Hall Smith, 78, died November 18, 2012
Robin Coble Taylor, 55, Brookhaven, GA died November 3, 2012
Ralph Waldo Price, II, 80, Sylvester, died November 19, 2012
Bernice P. Neal, Miami, FL died November 13, 2012
Sally Breedlove Foster, Unadilla, died November 16, 2012
Rethena Stokes Brown, 84, Albany, died November 20, 2012
Jerry A. McCready Sr., 62, Albany, died November 19, 2012
Allen H. Moore, 61, Albany, died November 20, 2012
Dennis Parker Posey, 77, Albany, died November 19, 2012
Samuel Nottingham Law, Sylvester, died November 20, 2012
Howell I. Davis, Jr., 60, died November 19, 2012
Evelyn Lewis Paschal, 88, Albany, died November 19, 2012
Ossie Mae Cherry, Sylvester, died November 19, 2012
Jacqueline T. Edwards, 59, Forest Heights, MD, died November 17, 2012
Prince Thomas Jones, 100, Albany, died November 13, 2012
Linda Russell Hutchinson, 60, Cordele, died November 20, 2012
AAA is forecasting a slight uptick in Thanksgiving holiday traffic.
The Albany City Commission doesn't get a majority vote on plans to raise the city's occupational tax rates.
Few things can make you appreciate home like staying in a hotel. This includes not only low-budget, bare bones hotels but also sweepingly large and ornate luxury hotels. What many hotels seem to have in common are needless hassles.
This week is traditional in a way other than giving thanks, enjoying turkey dinners and shopping. It’s also the busiest travel time of the year.
Barnstorm tour through state hopes to stem rising tide of highway fatalities.
To mark its 100th anniversary, Albany's Water, Gas & Light Commission makes "An Old-Fashioned Christmas" its parade theme.
With Thanksgiving coming up, here are a few party tricks you can use to amuse your friends.
The four men will have an initial court appearance Tuesday, Nov. 27.
An indictment issued by a federal grand jury in Macon and obtained Monday by The Albany Herald names a family of businessmen and farmers and one local minister in what prosecutors contend is a conspiracy to defraud the Farm Credit Administration of more than $10 million.
Miami-Dade police say a 13-year-old girl has died after she was shot by another student on a school bus.
To see more Squawks pick up a copy of today's Albany Herald.
To view more Squawks pick up a copy of today's Albany Herald.
Deerfield, Westwood, Crisp Academy, Terrell Academy girls basketball teams all win their games in tip-off tourneys Monday afternoon. (EDITS: corrects Nyla Perry's point total)
Phillip Phillips will sing and sign copies of his debut CD at the Atlanta area mall.
Ralph Hudgens has confirmed that 28,467 households in the state could be affected by an online security breach.
A documentary about an inmate on Florida's death row says the convicted killer might have been involved in the murder of O.J. Simpson's ex-wife and her friend.
With both teams missing their starting QBs, it's San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick who shines against the Bears in a 32-7 rout.
Atlanta opens the first of two games at home with a solid win against Orlando on Monday.