Michael Pollock, who was temporarily relieved of his duties as head coach of the Panthers’ football team two weeks ago, is officially put on administrative paid leave by the Sumter County Board of Education.
ASU isn’t hitting the panic button just yet, but the Rams’ struggling offense can’t afford to take any more steps backward.
Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Abraham has been arrested on two misdemeanor obstruction charges and remains in custody on Monday night. (UPDATED: 11:52 p.m.)
Freddie Freeman's walk-off, two-run homer Monday night to beat the Marlins, 4-3, officially clinches a playoff spot for the Atlanta Braves.
The NFL releases a statement Tuesday afternoon on the highly controversial ending to Monday night's Seahawks-Packers game --- which concluded with Seattle winning, 14-12, on a Hail Mary --- and says the officials' ruling of a simultaneous catch, with the tie going to the offensive player, was correct and that the game's result is final, despite video evidence showing the defensive player maintaining full control of the pass as he hit the ground. (UPDATED: 11:41 p.m.)
Tens of thousands of music fans packed Atlanta’s Piedmont Park for Music Midtown 2012.
FULTON, Mo. — Stopping at the Winston Churchill Memorial and Library on the campus of Westminster College is like finding an oasis in the desert.
A new world order? One led by the likes of Iran? Quite frankly, the concept is so scary it’s difficult to envision.
The Albany City Commission votes to move forward with education the public on a stormwater utility plan.
With all these numbers being tossed around — the super wealthy 1 percent, the inconsequential 47 percent, the unemployed 8.2 percent, the rest of us 99 percent — you have to be some kind of math wiz to figure out what’s going on in today’s political arena.
Concerning “Election Must Not Be The Day ‘America Shrugged:’” (Sept. 8) Orson Swindle’s column begs research. Are we to share his prediction of our nation’s demise based on “Atlas Shrugged,” a fictitious novel by Ayn Rand (1957)?
WSWG TV’s Local Sales Manager Henry Brigmond reads the name of a door prize winner during Tuesday’s Albany Area Chamaber of Commerce Business After Hours at the Albany Museum of Art. The event spotlighted the new CBS and CW shows in the 2012-13 lineup.
According to Albany Police Department reports, off-duty APD investigator Darrell Jones spotted a man hiding in front of the North Slappey Boulevard Shoe Depot store. He called the sighting in and was joined by Sgt. Denise Barnes.
Nordstar LLC will pay $9,372 for about 1.5 acres of land for a golf cart path.
The team will present the School Board with an exit report of its findings today at Radium Elementary.
The money will be used to prepare students to meet engineering technology needs.
Since 2010, The Albany Herald has been publishing a pink edition in late September in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Rotary Club of Dougherty County hosts one of its own to speak about Crime Stoppers community action program.
The September meeting of the Gang Task Force is planned for 12 p.m. Thursday in room 120 of the Government Center, 222 Pine Ave.
Albany police respond to at least 52 incidents.
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Law enforcement officers work together to put five in jail on various gun or drug charges.
The three Dougherty siblings are scheduled to enter pleas before the Honorable Hugh Lawson in Valdosta, Georgia on Monday.
Seanielle Ta'Cora Washington, 1, Albany, died September 23, 2012
Evelyn Seago Thompson, 92, Doerun, died September 25, 2012
Deborah Ann Wimberly, 55, Albany died September 24, 2012
William Curtis Shields, 69, Cuthbert, September 25, 2012
Billy Hutchinson, 79, Lee County, died September 24, 2012
Helen Linton, 77, Bainbridge died September 24, 2012
So what's the most efficient way to cover your room with ping pong balls?
A proposed constitutional amendment on charter schools will be on the Nov 6 ballot.
Roughly 56 percent of the people in Dougherty County are listed as “active voters,” numbers show.
The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission will soon have additional incentives to lure businesses.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s lawyer is seeking legal fees from a northwest Georgia man.
The Seahawks beat the Packers on a controversial call by the NFL's replacement officials that will fuel the debate about the need to end the regular official's lockout.