The 7-year-old Hurricane boy is currently playing football in a tackle football league. He’s playing what we use to refer to as midget football. I guess it is no longer politically correct to say midget football and I’m not sure what I am supposed to call the game he is playing.
Officials with Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital say that about 55,000 patients come through the hospital’s emergency room in a year.
Lance Armstrong dared the USADA to reveal evidence against him that he used PEDs. On Wednesday, they took the cyclist up on his offer — and it wasn’t pretty for the seven-time Tour de France winner.
Albany State linebacker Marcavius Dudley is just 5-foot-9, but that hasn’t stopped the Brunswick native from becoming one of the best defenders in the conference. (ADDS: Notes on LB Larry Whitfield, and turnover problems)
The Falcons own a plus-10 edge in turnover margin this season, which is a big reason the team is 5-0 for the first time in franchise history.
Sharon Lyles, a member of American Legion Auxiliary, has a family history of breast cancer.
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, Edward Schweikert of Albany says that politicians are not short of money.
October is proclaimed National Disability Employment Awareness Month by Mayor Dorothy Hubbard.
Fitzgerald and Dougherty County police need help to find two women in connection with robbery and forgery cases.
A night of Southern gospel music will be observed at Baconton Methodist Chruch at 7 p.m. Friday.
Mitt Romney's stellar debate performance injected new energy, enthusiasm and money into his presidential campaign. National polls now show the race tied with less than a month to go. But have the fundamental factors governing this election changed? Not really. Not yet.
The three-day Georgia Throwdown festival's economic impact on Southwest Georgia could be in the millions.
On Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivered a foreign policy speech to cadets at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va. He was correct in his indictment of the Obama administration for its numerous failures -- especially in the Middle East -- and his embrace of Ronald Reagan's "peace through strength" philosophy. A strong and respected America is less likely to be attacked.
A super-stretched regional yard sales offers crafts, antiques and oddities.
Lee County native and San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey became just the third catcher in baseball’s modern era Wednesday — and the first since 1942 — to win the National League batting title.
The Marines were sent as a detachment from Marine Logistics Command, officials say.
Mental Illness Awareness Week features a walk Saturday in Waycross to raise funds.
Collage officials say that's a five percent increase over fall of 2011.
The city of Shellman will honor native son Boudleaux Bryant Saturday at an annual festival held in his honor.
On average, it costs $485 a month for the Anchorage to put one man through its substance abuse rehabilitation program, officials with the organization say.
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Albany police respond to at least 52 incidents.
Peggy Jane Martin, 82, Albany, died October 6, 2012
Herschel Titus Mock, 63, Leesburg, died October 8, 2012
Alonzo Thurman Rigsby, Jr., 74, Camilla, died October 9, 2012
Jeanne Cooper Pollock Adams, Camilla, died October 10, 2012
Linda Ruth Riggs, 61, died October 8, 2012
Charles Hartzog, 57, Brinson, GA, October 9, 2012
Genell Martin Heffernan, died October 6, 2012
Jason Michael Lambert, 33, Albany, died October 8, 2012
Stephen Blocker Geer, Sr., 59, Albany, died October 9, 2012
Agnes H. Wilcox, 85, died October 9, 2012
Lamar Hawkins, 67, Newton, GA died October 10, 2012
Anna Hannelore Finley, 76, Sasser, died October 10, 2012
Thousands of children from around the region flocked to the civic center Wednesday to learn about fire safety.
Murfree, GaDOE also agree to new set of deadlines to hire Albany High principal.
A visit to the West Coast can't hide Southern elegance of a columnist groomed to find stories.
Veteran local rockers will headline an all-rock show Saturday at downtown Albany’s State Theatre.
Leesburg native Luke Bryan racks up a whopping seven nominations for the American Country Awards.
Offering what organizers are calling an "affordable alternative" to the Oct. 12-14 Georgia Throwdown, four area rock bands will perform Oct. 13 during "Roctoberfest" at the downtown State Theatre.
Former President Jimmy Carter will answers questions submitted to the Carter Center in an online video that will be distributed Oct. 19.
Video was never thought to be the reason for deadly assault
State Department now says controversial video was never thought to be the reason for the deadly attack in Libya, which was the Obama administration's initial assertion.
Two men made off with money from patrons and a cash box, officials say.