Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s championship hopes officially end Thursday when he’s ruled out by a doctor for the next two races following his second concussion in the last six weeks.
Throughout their Thursday debate, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan continuously butt heads over U.S. matters.
Police respond to an apparent car accident and search for a suspect.
City Commissioner Ivey Hines plans town hall meeting concentrating on crime prevention for senior citizens.
Lenvince Trashun Cutliff has been indicted for three counts of insurance fraud.
Men dressed all in black beat a 70-year-old man to steal his wallet, marijuana and shotgun Wednesday night, police said.
APD responds to at least 51 incidents.
No mystery about the trajectory of this race. It was static for months as President Obama held a marginal lead. Then came the conventions. The Republicans squandered Tampa; the Democrats got a 3- to 4-point bounce out of Charlotte.
Politics. At times, we all get tired of politics.
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Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, Doris S. Stevenson says that applying reason has calming effect.
In a letter to the editor, Nadine M. Mathis says that Albany's downtown post office has a historic connection.
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, strangers come to dog's rescue.
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, John Bryant of Albany says that Obama is getting his name out there.
As Mitt Romney campaigns on the promise to repeal Obamacare, some Republicans on Capitol Hill are trying to learn more about what the national health care law will actually do when it is fully implemented in 2014. Romney would do well to take a look at what they've discovered.
Firefighters flex muscles on "Albany Fire and Rescue 2013 Calendar" for charity. On sale Saturday at Cordele Road Walmart.
SGA running back Will Warren is The Albany Herald's Week 6 Player of the Week with 49 percent of the vote.
Albany Area Crime Stoppers has five Most Wanted fugitives this week. All fugitives on the Albany Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted List should be considered armed and dangerous.
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Albany native Dallas Davidson helped recruit country artists to play at this weekend's Georgia Throwdown.
Teacher's association president says there is no need to rewrite Georgia's constitution.
Johnnie Mae George, 92, Arlington, October 9, 2012
Gray Gray, 69, Tifton, died October 6, 2012
Gregory Akins, 34, died October 7, 2012
Mary Reese, 66, Meigs, died October 5, 2012
Jeanne Cooper Pollock Adams, 69, Camilla, died October 10, 2012
Queenie Mae Mitchell, Edison, died October 5, 2012
Mazola Wilson, 86, Albany, died October 11, 2012
Shirley Ann Davis, died October 11, 2012
Christine Holsey Jackson, 63, Albany, died October 3, 2012
Anna Hannelore Lambert Finley, 76, died October 10, 2012
Pearlie Mae Mitchell, 87, Dawson, died October 10, 2012
James Coffee, 58, Albany, died October 10, 2012
Bonnie Ruth Brown, Camilla, died October 2, 2012
Geneva Garner, 84, Nicholls, GA, died October 10, 2012
Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan pull up a couple of chairs for a vice presidential debate that has mushroomed in importance since Mitt Romney's strong showing in the first presidential faceoff. This time, it's the Obama team looking to put the brakes on the other guy's momentum.
Sammi Kane Kraft, whose baseball skills earned her the role of a youth league pitcher in the 2005 remake of "The Bad News Bears," has died in a Los Angeles car crash. She was 20.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss the next two races with his second concussion in the past six weeks, ending the championship chances of NASCAR's most popular driver.
In honor of the vice presidential debate tonight, we offer you a different take on the presidential debate between President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney.
Officials at Fort Valley State University say the school's efforts to cut costs will result in about 100 employees losing their jobs.
A young mother of five said she will never forgive herself for beating her 2-year-old daughter because she was struggling with potty training in an angry attack that climaxed with her gluing the toddler's hands to the wall.
MLB PLAYOFF ROUNDUP: Ibanez hits home runs in ninth and 12th to lead Yankees past O's; Giants stay alive; Cardinals beat Nats to take 2-1 lead
Raul Ibanez pinch-hits for Alex Rodriguez and hits a home run in the ninth to send the game into extra innings, and then hits a home run in the 12th to lift the Yankees to a 3-2 win against Baltimore. INCLUDES Leesburg's Buster Posey and the Giants hammering the Reds 8-3 to force a Game 5 in the NLDS, and the Cardinals ripping the Nationals, 8-0, to take a 2-1 lead in their NLDSC series.
Leesburg is eliminated from the softball state tournament by Ola, while Worth County splits its opening series with Spalding and will have a winner-take-all Game 3 today. (ADDS: Westover cross country, Albany Duathlon and local archery).
Herman Boone, who was portrayed by Denzel Washington in the movie “Remember the Titans,” speaks at Darton State College.
Monroe linebacker Anthony Smith plays his own brand of football, driven by the memory of his mother and the love of his grandmother who raised him, and Smith plays the game all-out full speed ahead.