After 76 years of pain and anguish — marking one of the longest droughts in all of professional sports — Great Britain finally has a men’s grand slam tennis champion again after Scotland’s Andy Murray beats Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the U.S. Open final late Monday night in New York, becoming Britain’s first major champ since 1936.
A Sunday-afternoon fire at the Lee County Publix is being investigated as arson by Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph Hudgens’ office.
High school equivalency practice tests will be available statewide as part of Adult Literacy Week.
Two criminal trespass incidents result in a vehicle window being shattered and a fire station being vandalized.
Dougherty County's school superintendent says the administration is working with the department of education.
Albany police respond to at least 80 incidents.
Much of the budget reduction discussed by Leesburg City Council members involved personnel and equipment.
The Lee County School System is expected to accept MCLB-Albany's K-12 children for an annual tuition fee of $1,504.50.
The anticipated opening of the Olive Garden restaurant in Albany attracts a crowd of happy diners.
Albany Technical College’s president says the school will focus on “structural unemployment.”
Colleges and universities from throughout the state have released their plans on how to improve graduation rates and grow the number of college graduates in the state -- part of an initiative created by Gov. Nathan Deal.
In a letter to the editor, Warren D. Grant of Albany says that parties’ only common ground is in a mud pit.
In a letter to the editor, Walt Specht of Leesburg says that inequality could be the new reality after election.
In a letter to the editor, Tony Wright of Albany says that historians will judge the success of President Obama.
Today marks the eleventh anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001.
When the gathering happens this year at the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, one segment of the population will be conspicuously absent.
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Critics of liberal democracy have often suggested that the slim emolument and limited sense of importance attached to governmental positions will deter the ablest citizens from seeking careers as permanent servants of the state.
Mildred Fowler Davis 74, Cotton, died September 9, 2012
Mary J. Keaton, 51, Bainbridge, died September 9, 2012
Jimmy Walker, Americus, died September 8, 2012
Samolene Cooper Houston, died September 9, 2012
Claudia Conley, 70, Washington, died September 8, 2012
David R. Smith, 66, Brinson, GA, died September 9, 2012
Michael Scott Gaebler, 42, Albany, died September 9, 2012
Loretta Smith. Albany, died September 4, 2012
Mitch Macheers, 56, Leesburg, died September 8, 2012
Roy L. McDade, 76, Baconton, GA, died September 9, 2012
Sara W. Stocks, 100, Lee County, died September 9, 2012
From trick shot extraordinaires Dude Perfect, comes a video just in time for football season showing some of their more outrageous moves on the gridiron.
Personnel non-essential to the function of MCLB-Albany went home early Monday after a fire.
A Customs agent in San Diego has been arrested on allegations he knowingly allowed a convicted immigrant smuggler into the United States, among other things.
Albany and Dougherty County officials are working with mediators to determine an equitable split of tax funds.
Authorities say a 12-year veteran police officer was fatally shot in suburban Detroit while rushing to the aid of a man officers thought needed medical attention.
Police with Atlanta's commuter train system are investigating a shooting on the platform of a station in Decatur.
Three people were injured and a large amount of cash stolen during the robbery of an Albany residence.
Robert Griffin III shines in his debut, throwing for 320 yards as the Redskins beat the Saints, 4-32, while the Bears spoil Andrew Luck's debut with the Colts. (INCLUDES A WRAP-UP OF ALL SUNDAY'S GAMES.)
Rory McIIroy fires a 5-under 67 on Sunday to beat Phil Mickelson and win the BWM title against the strongest PGA field of the year.
Serena Williams comes back to beat Victoria Azarenka, 6-2, 2-6, 7-5 to win the U,S. Open women’s title.