The nationally-ranked No. 1 Cavs haven’t lost this season, but neither has Wallace State (Ala.), Darton’s opponent in today’s semifinal game of the Region XVII Tournament.
When no deal in place before the latest deadline came and went, the NHL cancels all regular-season games through November on Friday.
Jimmie Johnson grabs the pole Friday for Sunday’s huge NASCAR Chase race in Virginia, while Brad Keselowski will start way back in 32nd.
No. 11 FSU tries to keep its ACC title hopes alive today when it hosts a surprisingly good 6-2 Duke team.
Both BYU and Georgia Tech have had their troubles in every aspect of the kicking game headed into today’s matchup in Atlanta.
It’s time for Georgia to put all its eggs in one basket as the Bulldogs’ season — and postseason possibilities — all rest on whether they can knock off the hated Gators today.
Albany State has its biggest game of the season next Saturday when it faces Fort Valley State, but next week’s annual Fountain City Classic won’t mean anything if the Rams don’t take care of business today against 1-7 Benedict.
Leesburg’s Buster Posey and the Giants have the Tigers in an 0-2 hole heading into Game 3 tonight, and Detroit knows if its bats don’t heat up immediately, this could be an elimination game in front of its home fans.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guests at the retirement celebration held Friday for 28-year-plus-one-month veteran Albany Police Department Lt. Catherine Gervin opened their hearts to wish her well.
A historic railroad depot was built in 1857 by Albany Founder Nelson Tift.
Among Latinos, President Obama’s broken promise to fix the nation’s dysfunctional immigration system remains a bitter reminder of the limits of politics. The president shored up his support among that critical demographic with his DREAM Act Lite, a presidential directive that could give about a million young undocumented persons work permits for two years.
It was a little much when President Barack Obama said that he was “offended” by the suggestion that his administration would try to deceive the public about what happened in Benghazi. What has this man not deceived the public about?
We're taught in these enlightened times that we must not, at any cost, ever utter such objectionable terms as the f-word, the s-word and the n-word.
The prices of peanut products are expected to decrease due to a successful crop of peanuts this year.
This week's On the Job features Michael Woodward, owner of the Quickie Restaurant on North Slappey Boulevard.
Local police departments are looking for Jamie Alexander Washington.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Oct. 18-24, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
APD responds to 45 incidents.
A burning 1998 gray Chevrolet Silverado brought Albany Fire Department firefighters to the wooded area at the 1400 block of Silica Road at about 7:30 a.m. Friday, a fire department official stated.
In police parlance, an “unwanted guest” refused to leave an apartment on the 2100 block of Pearce Drive just before 9 a.m. Friday. According to an Albany Police Department report, 41-year-old Octavious Jones was asked to leave a residence, he refused and put up a struggle with officers trying to handcuff him.
The Albany Police Department is looking for two men in connection with the Oct. 15 robbery-attack on a 73-year-old man at A&S Food Mart, 1342 Mobile Ave. The victim was struck, knocked to the ground and robbed of cash and a cellphone.
Former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young of Georgia was a key figure in the Civil Rights Movement.
DWS actors advance to state competition Nov. 7 at Darton State College.
A jury finds a man accused of stealing another man's purse not guilty.
Betsey Caldwell Meyer, 69, died October 24, 2012
Earnestine Grier, 84, Birmingham, AL, died October 17, 2012
Phillip Willis, 58, Dawson, died October 18, 2012
Hilda Mae Thomas, 74 Bronwood, died October 24. 2012
Ronald David Akridge, Sr., 68, Lake Blackshear, GA, died October 25, 2012
Ida Collins, Sylvester, Georgia, died October 22, 2012
Jenifer Shenise Johnson-Lucy, Sparks, GA, died October 22, 2012
John Dean Lyles, 54, Albany, died October 21, 2012
Anne Elizabeth Hautman McKelvey, Macon, died October 24
Sarah McKay, 79, Lenox, GA
Nathan Sampson, died October 26, 2012
Charlie Baker, 81, Bainbridge, died October 23, 2012
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Authorities are looking for a man recently indicted by a federal grand jury in Macon for selling cocaine.
Worth County’s Zytavious Anderson’s big night is enough to overcome the big night from Albany’s Emanuel Byrd as the Rams hold on, 35-27, late Thursday night at Hugh Mills Stadium. (ADDS: detail, quotes, reaction)
The Giants hold down the big-swinging Detroit Tigers for the second game in a row Thursday night as San Francisco's Buster Posey makes the play of the game and the Giants somehow manage two runs on just five hits to win Game 2 of the World Series, 2-0 --- for a 2-0 lead.