ALBANY — These are the 10 most read stories at albanyherald.com for the week of Oct. 12-19.
ALBANY — Dougherty County School Superintendent Joshua Murfree lacks the support from the Dougherty County School Board to have his contract renewed, The Albany Herald has learned Thursday.
Running back Matt Kendrick from Randolph Southern School won the Albany Herald's Week 8 Player of the Week poll with 65 percent of the total number of votes cast. The other nominees were: Westover Receiver Jackie Childs, Deerfield's Matthew Fox and Lee County's Stephen Collier.
"After watching all three debates, three things were obvious: One of them looks like a president, the other looks like a community organizer who has failed at his job and America needs an American in charge."
MACON — A former star athlete at Crisp Academy died Saturday afternoon in the trauma unit at Macon Medical Center, where he had been being treated for a head injury suffered in a four-wheeler accident.
"Obama should be impeached, just like Nixon, for lying to the American public. He did not call what happened in Libya an act of terror."
"The problems with the DCSS did not start when Murfree came in. It will not end when he leaves."
ALBANY, Ga. — The Albany City Commission will vote at its business meeting tonight on a resolution that will settle three pending lawsuits fire department employee Roderick Jolivette has against the city.
"People that say gas prices are down and there is positive job growth are delusional. People are still losing jobs; gas prices are still high. The Obama crew only spreads these lies because it is election time."
ALBANY, Ga. — More than 40 people were carrying signs Friday afternoon near the steps of the post office at 345 W. Broad Ave. The idea was to sign petitions and to bring attention to the community’s potential loss of the century-old facility.
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.