Pick up a copy of the Thursday Albany Herald to see what everyone's squawking about.
Jeff Hobby comes from behind to become the first new sheriff in Worth county in three decades.
A man sought for questioning in a home invasion case is released by police.
The Albany Civic Center will be the site for training on dealing with hazardous materials.
A driver is charged with DUI following an early Wednesday morning one-car wreck on Slappey Boulevard.
Dougherty police say three teenagers checked about 70 cars before entering five that were unlocked.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck shaves his head to show support for Colts coach Chuck Pagano, who is undergoing treatment for a form of leukemia.
The Hawks close the game on a 20-3 run to beat the Pacers late Wednesday in Atlanta, 89-86.
The new GHSA power rating format to decide which Class A football teams qualify for the playoffs is anything but popular with area coaches.
Westover’s Harley Calhoun is named the GHSA Region 1-AAAA Athletic Director of the Year.
Florida State can clinch a berth in the ACC title game by simply beating Virginia Tech in tonight's game and knocking off Maryland next week.
Don Mills, a determined and passionate linebacker, wants to leave his name and the legacy for Westover on the field, where the Patriots are making history and Mills is their biggest hitter.
After cruising to an undefeated conference record in the regular season, the Lady Rams are swept by Clark Atlanta in the opening round of the conference tournament.
Four thousand pounds of food will be distributed at an Albany church to those in need on Saturday.
U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop says getting the country's fiscal house in order is the top priority.
The new Dougherty School Board member-elect says there are huge tasks ahead.
After capturing more than 300 electoral votes in Tuesday's election, the president is looking ahead toward his second term.
The Marine Corps was officially established on Nov. 10, 1775.
An audit shows the hospital invested $117 million for charity care and unreimbursed Medicaid and Medicare.
Gladys Corrine Spivey, Albany, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Vernon E. Harper, 64, Ocilla, died November 6, 2012
Lisa Diane Stegemiller, 51, Albany, died November 7, 2012
Jack Knighton Spence, 87, Albany, died November 5, 2012
Wilona Thomas Butler, 82, Pelham, died November 5, 2012
Pauline Haddock White, 90, Cuthbert, died November 6, 2012
Otis Williams, 74, Albany died November 7, 2012
Sylvia Bell Houston, 93, Blakely, died November 5, 2012
Drucilla Beck Cone, 92, Pelham, died November 6, 2012
Linda Casey, 62, Albany, died November 7, 2012
Irene Hartage Johnson, Sumter County, died November 03, 2012
Nadine Pannell, 83, Albany, died November 6, 2012
Gladys Juanita Henderson, 85, Lee County, GA, died November 6, 2012
Rosa Lee Thomas, 68, Albany, died November 6, 2012
Mitchell County Sheriff W.E. Bozeman easily wins another term in office Tuesday.
Republican State Representative Jay Powell earned another term in Atlanta Tuesday holding off a challenge by Democrat Jewell Howard.
The top Democrat in Congress called Wednesday for a quick solution to Washington's "fiscal cliff" in an upcoming post-election session of Congress.
President Barack Obama faces a new urgent task now that he has a second term, working with a status-quo Congress to address an impending financial crisis that economists say could send the country back into recession.
Thomas Hall Pritchett, 85, Albany, died November 4, 2012
This baby don't play.
Now that the U.S. presidential election is decided, the oil market is back to worrying about the global economy.
Stocks are opening sharply lower on Wall Street following the presidential election and dire warnings from Europe that a broad recession there is now all but certain.
Darrell K Royal, the former Texas football coach known as much for his folksy, simplistic approach to life as for his creative wishbone offenses and two national championships, has died. He was 88.
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