APD responds to at least 32 incidents.
Former President Carter is scheduled to teach Sunday school this Sunday.
A local veterinarian has a problem with the way The Albany Humane Society allows adoptions.
A few random thoughts while waiting for the next Honey Boo Boo installment....
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A man told the Albany Police Department that he was cutting grass outside a supermarket when a gun was pointed at him, reports show.
Thronateeska Heritage Center unveiled a new book Friday chronicling life in Albany in the past and present.
The theme that most seemed to rouse the enthusiasm of delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte was that we are all responsible for one another -- and that Republicans don't want to help the poor, the sick and the helpless.
There are two positions one can take regarding the Iranian nuclear program: (a) it doesn't matter, we can deter them, or (b) it does matter, we must stop them.
A suspended Dougherty County School System board member's trial is expected to last all of next week.
Bethel A.M.E. and First Presbyterian, two of the city of Albany's oldest churches, are joining for revival services this week that the pastors hope will help bridge the racial divide in the community.
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Lewis Everett Hulett, 74, Fitzgerald, died September 12, 2012
Mary Erleen Herring Hall Wiggins, 90, Iron City, died September 14, 2012
Willie Ruth Scott, 62, Chicago, IL, died September 10, 2012
Xavier Sherrod Yates, 29, died September 11, 2012
Doyce Goldsmith Davis, 65, Albany, died September 13, 2012
Michael Alexander Boyd, Sylvester, died September 14, 2012
Cpl. Gary Price was involved in a car accident in June that sent several people to the hospital.
Two college campuses are evacuated.
A shooting suspect was caught on Darton State College without incident, police officials with the campus confirm.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced Thursday that his office will close the State Archives.
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 email@example.com.
In this snippet from Belgium's version of "America's got Talent," Gerrit Wellens, a port consultant from Antwerp, shows why you just can't judge a book by it's cover.
More than 350,000 students remain out of their classrooms as bargaining to end Chicago's teachers strike dragged into Friday ahead of an afternoon union gathering where a vote could stamp approval on any deal.
Herald sports editor Danny Aller and staff writers Mike Phillips, John Millikan and Matt Stewart --- along with, for the first time, WFXL Fox 31 sports anchor Andrew Schnitker --- make their picks in this season's third edition of "Guessperts." After two weeks, Millikan holds a one-game lead over Phillips and Stewart.
Randolph Clay star running back Cornelius Bennett wins The Albany Herald's Player of the Week.
After two breakout games to begin his college career, the future in Athens for freshman running back Todd Gurley looks extremely bright.
Westover junior running back Shannon Saunders has been cleared to play football again after facing recent legal troubles.
Lee County wins a crucial Region 1-AAAAA game against Hardaway. (ADDS: Items on Dougherty, Albany, Randolph Southern, Westwood, Terrell Academy, Deerfield, Sherwood and SGA)
The Cavs were unbeatable to begin the season, and now they have their entire team healthy, suspension free and ready to keep on winning. (ADDS: Items on Darton women's soccer, Darton soccer games streamed online)
Albany State football coach Mike White is looking for his starters to bounce back Saturday after a 37-9 loss to Wingate last week.
The Game of the Week features the No. 4 Bobcats hosting the No. 2 Bearcats tonight in Blakely for the season’s first Herald Fab 5 showdown.
Herald High School Writer Mike Phillips picks this week's prep football winners.
Dougherty loses its quarterback to an injury and falls to its second state-ranked team in a row, losing to Cook, 42-14, at Hugh Mills on Thursday night.