Georgia escapes Lexington with a victory Saturday night as the Bulldogs rebound from a tough loss against South Carolina and remain in the hunt for the SEC East crown after the Gamecocks lose to Florida.
Beginning Tuesday, the 300 block of Vick Street near the Bill Miller Center will be closed to through traffic while crews make emergency repairs to the roadway.
Darton State College now offers an Associate of Science degree in Radiologic Science, a new two-year degree that prepares students for a career as a radiologic technologist
Florence Marina State Park will host its annual Octoberfest from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27.
A partnership between the Georgia Historical Society and the Georgia Department of Transportation will bring an informational meeting to Albany Monday.
The Monarch Butterfly Pollinator Garden at Radium Springs Gardens will be dedicated at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
A painting by Albany artist Forence S. Prisant is the prize at a Temple B’Nai Israel fundraiser.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Oct. 6-13.
There are a few things I have learned after 21 years of marriage.
World-class judges and elaborate attire will be part of an all-breed horse show in Edison Saturday.
Albany Police Department Gang Unit Capt. Wendy Luster discusses the city's gang problem for an Albany civic club.
Law enforcement officials say a Lee County domestic dispute Friday night escalates into a shooting death.
Albany State University's homecoming parade draws thousands to downtown for music, laughter and family fun.
Despite having to adapt to funding cuts, libraries continue to play major rolls in their communities.
A pastor and former Monroe High School teacher had a book published earlier this year.
The Albany Police Department plans its "Turkey Bowl" to raise money for community Thanksgiving dinners.
Despite worries to the contrary, new technology has in many cases increased the number of readers locally.
Albany police respond to at least 54 incidents.
Today's On the Job features Silke Deeley, the executive director of Liberty House in Albany.
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. John Hetzler, the publisher of The Albany Herald. My advertising sales representative, Miloy Schwartz, came by for a follow-up visit concerning some changes I had made to my American Flag advertisement.
Back in the 1980s, when he was singing about doing unprintable things to the police rather than playing one on television, rapper Ice-T said something that stuck with me.
Quite frankly, it's difficult to put a lot of stock in debates, at least as far as serving as a reliable barometer for who would do the best job in the White House.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty and Lee County Environmental Health Offices Oct. 10-15. The department scores on a 100-point scale with a score of 80 or greater considered to be passing.
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The first Albany State player to be drafted by the NFL urges students to not fear taking on a challenge.
A man shot dead in Lee County Friday night
Shortly before the Giants win Game 5 of the NLCS on Friday to stay alive in the series, NL MVP favorite Buster Posey of Leesburg is an overwhelming choice for MLB’s “Comeback Player of the Year."
Following a loss and a bye week, No. 13 Georgia is ready to get back on the field today and take its frustrations out on SEC foe Kentucky.
Understandably, Florida State and Miami don't like on another, but over the years the two in-state rivals have learned to respect one another.
Leesburg native Buster Posey and the Giants stave off elimination Friday night in St. Louis against the Cardinals, 5-0, as Barry Zito pitches the game of his life to keep San Francisco's World Series hopes alive.
Monroe and Dougherty combine for 82 points Friday night at Hugh Mills, but it was bad news for Trojans fans because the Tornadoes scored 56 of those in a 56-26 romp.
The Herald's top-ranked team in the Fab 5 Poll suffers its first loss of the season as state-ranked TCC storms Leesburg on Friday and holds off a late Trojans rally for a 41-35 win.
FRIDAY NIGHT PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Rare FG by Herald No. 5 Early County caps wild win vs. Thomasville, 17-14; No. 2Bearcats prevail
Brandon Carter kicks a 25-yard field goal with 51.1 seconds left Friday night to lift the Bobcats past Thomasville, 17-14, in a crucial showdown to improve the Bobcats to 2-1 in Region 1-AA play. (ADDS: roundup items on Seminole-Calhoun; Southland-Pinewood; Cairo-Albany; Frederica-Crisp Academy; Bainbridge-Hardaway; Randolph Southern-Fullington; SGA-Southland).
Oh, my!: Touchdown with :19 seconds left lifts Westover past Americus-Sumter, keeps Patriots' region title hopes alive
T.J. Cromer finds Jackie Childs in the end zone on fourth-and-long Friday night in Americus to lift Herald No. 2 Westover over the Panthers, 16-14, for a stunning comeback victory.
The Albany Shockwave, Southwest Georgia's newsest pro sports team, will open their season Nov. 16 at home against Savannah.
Georgia Tech has lost three straight games, while Boston College has lost four in a row -- and one losing streak will end today in Atlanta.
Auburn is looking for its first SEC victory today against Vanderbilt today in Tennessee.
PREVIEW: It's David vs. Goliath as tiny, Class A Randolph Southern takes on AA Flint River today for state softball championship
Randolph Southern, one of the smallest Class A GISA schools in the state, overcomes being forced to play in the higher Class AA classification to reach the AA state title series today against powerhouse Flint River
The Rams have won three in a row and face an anemic Clark Atlanta offense today at Homecoming, where they are looking to keep their winning streak and hopes of an East Division title alive.
Matthew Fox gets four of Deerfield’s six sacks and Kh’Ron McClain scores four times as the Knights rout Westfield, 28-7, in a battle between GISA’s top two Class AAA teams in the state.