Brandt Snedeker wins $10 million FedEx Cup bonus by taking home the Tour Championship title on Sunday in Atlanta.
Tim Hudson and Atlanta’s bullpen shut down the Phillies, 2-1, on Sunday as the Braves move one step closer to a playoff spot.
Denny Hamlin wins the second round of the Chase on Sunday, and Jimmy Johnson moves into the overall lead in the Chase by finishing second at New Hampshire.
A look at NFL games from Sunday shows three games end in OT as the Titans beat Detroit, 44-41, the Jets beat the Dolphins, 23-20, and the Chiefs stun the Saints, 27-24 all in OT. (Includes a roundup of all of Sunday's games.)
Lonie Wood Killebrew, 89, of Ft. Gaines, died Sunday.
Rebecca Brown Hamrick, 95, of Ft. Gaines, died Saturday.
Bernice Gren, of Cordele, died Sunday.
Thelton Q. Faircloth, of Pelham, died Sunday.
Frances Childs Ellis, 93, of Ashburn, died Friday.
Lillian Marie Davis died Thursday.
Michael J. Cullers, of Cordele, died Saturday.
Matt Ryan throws for 275 yards and three TDs to lead the Falcons past San Diego, 27-3, and keep Atlanta unbeaten at 3-0.
The Rev. Thomas Edward Calhoun , 70, of Fitzgerald, died Sunday.
James E. Brooks Sr., 73, of Irwin County died Sunday.
Wilson Warren, 75, of Albany, died Saturday.
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James Layfield, 63, of Albany, died Friday.
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Gordon Hatcher, 86, of Albany, died Saturday.
Cole Harden, 29, of Dawson died Saturday.
Sherry Greenlee Fry, 62, of Baconton, died Friday.
James Cook, 90, of Leesburg died Saturday.
Local artist Cameron Malphrus spray paints the back wall of the Downtown Art Park. Malphrus and a team of local artists are painting giant mural that spans the building along the alley of the Broad Avenue Bridge. To view a video of Malphrus at work, go to albanyherald.com.
In celebration of National Recovery Month, Ray Charles Plaza sports lavender balloons and a festive atmosphere.
The upcoming Ray Charles Music Festival in October will pay homage to Charles and his music and will include a concert to benefit the American Cancer Society.
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Alzheimer's disease is the nation's sixth leading cause of death, officials with the Alzheimer's Association say.
Researchers are hoping to better understand the lifestyle, environmental and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer with an upcoming study.
Barack Obama has become America's blamer in chief.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Sept. 13-20, 2012. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
EJ Manuel puts on a historic performance, Albany native Rashad Greene catches a touchdown and the No. 4 Seminoles rally to beat the No. 10-ranked Tigers in a wild duel in Tallahassee late Saturday night.
If not for offensive struggles all day, Auburn was one drive away from upsetting the No. 2 team in the nation Saturday night before falling to LSU, 12-10.
Former Deerfield star Tony Zenon’s big day for Georgia Tech is spoiled when Miami rallies to beat the Jackets in overtime, 42-36, on Saturday.
Brandt Snedeker shoots a 6-under 64 and enters the final round of the Tour Championship tied with Justin Rose atop the leaderboard.
With a short week of practice following their big Monday night win against Denver, the high-powered Falcons will look to stay unbeaten this afternoon against an equally high-powered San Diego team.
Westover jumps out to a 14-0 lead and then hangs on, 17-14, to stun Herald No. 1 and city rival Monroe on Saturday night at Hugh Mills Stadium as the Patriots begin 1-0 in the Region 1-AAAA race.
No. 5 Georgia made quick work of Vanderbilt, 48-3, on Saturday night in Athens for another convincing win to move to 4-0.
For years, ASU ruled the conference, but the power may have officially shifted to Miles after the Golden Bears rout the Rams on Saturday in Albany, 41-6, in a rematch of last year’s conference title game — which Miles also won.
One night after a tough 6-2 loss to the Phillies, the Braves respond by crushing their NL East rivals, 8-2, to pad their wild card lead.