The Laurens County Sheriff’s office files chargers related to the death of former Crisp Academy three-sports star James Bodrey.
Marlin Hall is that rare kid who comes along every once in a while, an honor student who hits the books as hard as he hits tailbacks — a two-sport star and leader at Worth County on the baseball diamond and the football field, where everyone knows he’s just a natural.
The Baconton Charter, Seminole County and Miller County softball teams all continue their state title quests today in the Class A Elite 8 in Columbus.
Following Damascus native Shawn Williams’ comments about the UGA defense being “soft” that seemed to be directed at two players in particular, those players fire back Wednesday.
The NFL Players Association says Wednesday it doesn’t trust former commish Paul Tagliabue to preside fairly over the bounty-gate hearings.
American Serena Williams is on course to end the year with a win as she rolls at the WTA Championships.
The death of Gene Chizik's mother Rita has complicated an already complicated season.
After just three years, Albany-based Thrush Aircraft's model 510G is type certified by the FAA.
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital officials say the hospital is not connected to a nationwide meningitis outbreak.
The Albany City Commission will continue to make Medicare B reimbursements to its eligible post-65 employees.
Unloading a Glock 22-caliber pistol, 39-year-old Malika Norwood shot herself in the lower right leg before 3:30 p.m. Wednesday on the 3800 block of Dominion Court. She was taken to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital, according to an Albany Police Department report.
Bessie Paulk Harper, 94, Irwin County, GA died October 22, 2012
Joe Billy McInvale, 89, Cobb, GA died October 21, 2012
Rebecca C. Dennis, 96, of Albany died 21 October, 2012
Sharon Watson, Albany, died October 24, 2012
Irene Seabolt McDearmid, 85, died October 22, 2012
Martha Ann Malsby Fletcher, 81 Albany, died October 15, 2012
Lewis Douglas Burks, Jr., East Point, GA, died October 23, 2012
Peggy Taylor Darby, 74, Pelham, died October 23, 2012
Tommie Lee Hunt, 73, Albany died October 23, 2012
Sherman Douglas Pressley, 62, Leesburg, died October 24, 2012
John C. Meadors, died October 24, 2012
Donald Clay Ammons, 79, died October 23, 2012
Nathaniel Whitaker, 59, Albany, died October 18, 2012
William Ralph Crozier, 90, Ft. Gaines, died October 24, 2012
Timothy Ferrell Andrews, 45, Meigs, died October 23, 2012
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The local chamber of commerce and city and county commissions will each select a new EDC board member.
Albany police respond to at least 55 incidents.
If the United States is poised to become the world leader in oil production — or at least a close second — why isn’t that price you’re paying at the pump cheaper?
Two weeks ago, France celebrated one of its great achievements in history. No, it was not the fact they managed to last 10 days before Germany routed them in World War II, nor was it celebrating the French 32-hour work week and 54 weekly paychecks in a 52-week year. Those accomplishments are already being continually celebrated in France while the Germans work overtime to pay so the French do not have to work.
Letter to the editor
In a letter to the editor, Cheryl Weathersby of Edison says that a Yes on amendment is a vote for the children.
Letter to the editor
In a letter to the editor, Larry Shaw of Albany says that the charter amendment is detrimental to schools.
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, Joseph Fincher of Coleman says that a school amendment benefits the students.
More than 20 STEM and non-STEM students will make research presentations during a symposium.
LaGrange College at Albany is calling on all graduates and current students to celebrate a decade of leadership in Albany.
Roughly 300-400 women attend an annual health conference conducted by Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.
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The popular downtown event takes on a Halloween theme this month.
The October edition of the popular Nights@Dtown concert series is taking on a ghoulish side as organizers hope to entice patrons to come to Friday's event in costume.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump says that if President Barack Obama will release official documents related to his time in college and his travels abroad he will donate $5 million to a charity of the president's choosing.
Superintendent Joshua Murfree has called an October 29 meeting to name a permanent replacement principal at Albany High School.
Eyebrows raised after ex-Early County, UGA star DB Williams calls Georgia’s defense ‘soft’ heading into Saturday’s huge SEC showdown against Florida
Former Early County and current UGA starting safety Shawn Williams calls out the defense this week --- and at least some of his teamates agree with the harsh assessment.
Locked in a stubbornly tight race, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are demonstrating the urgency of the campaign's final stretch, with the incumbent alone set to cover 5,300 miles in the busiest single day of his re-election bid. Both men claimed a growing edge even as voters showed little give.
With over 2 million hits so far, Jarrett Sleeper's video "How to pick up a girl at the gym," is the epitome of a viral video.
Tifton native and Minnesota Vikings starter Larry Dean is one of 11 special teams players on the NFC's pro-bowl ballot.
Buster Posey has won nearly every award under the sun at the high school, college and major league level, and tonight the 25-year-old former Lee County star embarks on leading San Francisco to its second championship since Posey arrived on the scene just three years ago when the Giants host Game 1 of the World Series against the Detroit Tigers.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will race at Martinsville this weekend after doctors clear him Monday following two concussions during the past six weeks.