Big 10 for Sept. 14- 21

These are the 10 most viewed stories on albanyherald.com for the week of Sept. 14, through Sept. 21, 2012. Click on the headlines to view the stories.

1. Library director dies of apparent heart attack

ALBANY, Ga. — Ashley Moore, the youthful face of the Dougherty County Library System, died unexpectedly overnight, county officials confirmed Tuesday morning. She was 36-years-old.

2. Albany Herald Week 3 Player of the Week poll

3. Perry cancels 'Madea' show for Albany

ALBANY, Ga. — Actor, director and playwright Tyler Perry canceled the remaining shows of his popular "Madea Gets a Job," stage play Monday afternoon after he says too many people were charging exorbitant prices for events related to the show.

4. Graper files racial discrimination complaint against DCSS

ALBANY, Ga. -- The Albany Herald has learned that Dougherty County School System Federal Programs Director Betty Graper has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) Civil Rights Division contending she was discriminated against by the majority black school system on the basis of of her race.

5. Fraternity brothers identify drowned man as missing ASU Student

ALBANY, Ga. — Fraternity brothers of a 20-year-old Albany State Sophomore say the body found at about 8:15 a.m. Tuesday in the Flint River is that of ASU student Taylor Terrell.

6. The Pizza Shop closes downtown

ALBANY, Ga. -- The Pizza Shop, a downtown Albany restaurant, recently closed its doors, with a yet undisclosed new restaurant poised to occupy the same location.

7. APD officer recommended for termination

ALBANY, Ga. - City officials confirm that Cpl. Gary Price, the Albany Police Department officer who was involved in a car accident in June that sent two adults and five children to the hospital, has been recommended for termination.

8. Squawk of the Day for Sept. 20.

"Why is the president going on the late night television shows? Can't he find something better to do? Like his job."

9. Squawk of the Day for Sept. 17.

"Bill Clinton is right that Obama will build America from the ground up. We have hit bottom."

10. FTC, Phoebe case set for arguments

ALBANY, Ga. — The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in the Federal Trade Commission vs. Phoebe Putney Health System case on Nov. 26, court records show.