Atlanta-based rapper T.I. drops by the broadcast booth Friday night and helps call the Hawks-Heat game, which ends in a 95-89 victory for defending champion Miami.
Here is some turkey trivia from Looking Back columnist Mary Braswell.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Oct.28-Nov.4.
Albany Police Department responds tot at least 50 incidents.
A recent report on child deaths in Georgia shows that Dougherty County, with six deaths, had the third highest rate in Georgia from the January through Sept. 30 time period.
Marcus Jermaine Price pleaded guilty Friday to gun possession in connection with the murder of Melvin Jerome Green by Timothy Bell, said a court officer. Judge Willie Lockette sentenced Price to five years, he added.
On average, there are 150 hip replacement surgeries conducted annually at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, orthopedic surgeons in the area say.
Three huge MLB stars — Josh Hamilton, B.J. Upton and Kyle Lohse — reject $13.3M deals to re-sign Friday with their respective teams.
With the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship entering its home stretch, Kyle Busch wins the pole Friday for Sunday’s race.
Laker Land was rocked Friday by the news that second-year head coach Mike Brown was fired just hours before L.A.'s game against Golden State following a 1-4 start to the regular season and an 0-8 preseason record.
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton men’s, women’s cross country heads to nationals; Lady Cavs hoops cruises to third victory; ASU volleyball falls short of title
The Darton men’s and women’s cross country team hope for their best finish in school history when they run at the NJCAA nationals, while the Darton women's hoops team rolls to a 73-point win Friday.
The host of a popular sports talk radio show in this region of the country often advises would-be national champion football teams that fall by the wayside to “sit down and shut up.”
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, Jere Keenan Brands of Albany says that a suicide prevention speaker scheduled.
Last week, 18-year-old Christopher Berry, who is black, stood in line for an hour at a suburban Atlanta polling place to cast his very first ballot. He voted for President Obama because, he said, “I really like his stance on health care (and) I feel like he is a president for all the people of the United States.”
No one was sure what would happen when Westwood, which had won 26 in a row and back-to-back-state titles, moved up to GISA Class AA this year, but here the Wildcats are again, beginning the playoffs tonight with the goal of winning another state crown.
Once prominent faces at UGA, Willie Martinez and Brian VanGorder are now wearing a rival’s colors.
Believe it or not, if 4-5 Georgia Tech can win two of its last three games, the Yellow Jackets will not only reach a bowl, but they may even have a shot at the ACC title game.
Kevin Dowling and Patsy Shirley were among the main award winners at the 24th annual banquet of the Lee County Chamber of Commerce.
Marvin Pace, 61, died November 9, 2012
Mildred Herring, 83, died November 8, 2012
Evelyn Gibbs Mays, 82, Ben Hill County, GA died November 8, 2012
Betty Jo Lynn, died October 26, 2012
William Patterson, 78, died November 8, 2012
Jeffrey Karl Edmondson, Panama City Beach, FL, died November 7, 2012
Lucy Ragan Cochran, 89, Camilla, died November 08, 2012
Alphonzo Jones, 65, Sylvester, died November 2, 2012
O'Neal Levrette, 53, Albany, died November 8, 2012
Jennifer Lee Jackson, 45, Albany, died November 7, 2012
Edna White, 92, Albany, died November 9, 2012
Harry Henderson, died November 8, 2012
Ernest Hosley, 90, Albany, died November 9, 2012
Ann Bland Bonser, 90, Baconton, died November 8, 2012
Larry Harold Bokenhagen, 81, Cordele, died November 8, 2012
Mildred Mize McCorvey, 77, Worth County, died November 9, 2012
David Leslie Cannard, 59, Fitzgerald, died November 7, 2012
For many music fans who call themselves "purists" -- I call them posers and snobs, but it's semantics -- The Who did not perform the entirety of their 1973 masterpiece "Quadrophenia" at Duluth's Gwinnett Center Arena Monday night.
Typically, first-time political victors -- and, let's be honest, few "common folks" will admit to actually being "politicians," but gaining elected office is indeed a political process -- expect something of a "honeymoon" period as they adjust to the requirements of office.
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Disney is buying Lucas Films, the company that created Star Wars, so why not have a little fun with that?
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A man in a black hoodie runs away after stealing cash from a SunTrust Bank at 1100 Gillionville Road on Friday.
Election officials are defending their decision to allow music star Usher to bypass long lines and cast his ballot, infuriating voters who had to wait on Election Day.
After a stunning loss Wednesday to knock them to the losers' bracket of the conference tournament, the No. 1-seeded Lady Rams don’t lose a set in a trio of matches Thursday to keep their title hopes alive.
After waiting his turn, it finally appears to be time to shine for Bulldogs backup receiver and former Mitchell County two-sport star Justin Scott-Wesley, The Herald’s 2011 Player of the Year for boys track who is easily one of the fastest members of the Georgia football team.
Albany native and former Westover star Rashad Greene catches a 39-yard, game-winning touchdown late Thursday night in Blacksburg, Va., to rally the No. 10 Seminoles past the Hokies --- and keep their ACC title and BCS bowl hopes alive.