It’s sure to be a memorable trip this week when the ASU football team heads to Chicago to play Kentucky State at famed Soldier Field — and it may very well be the spark the Rams need to end their current three-game losing streak.
The court appearance and pleas for three siblings charged in the Valdosta Certus Bank armed bank robbery on Aug. 2, 2011 has been canceled.
The Dougherty County School District should learn about its reaccreditation status by the end of the year.
One evening I was sorting through clothes in the bedroom while Tink, settled in a comfortable chair, was (as usual) fiddling with his phone. A message he read triggered a story.
As all men know, time marches on. Although I do not consider myself old, I realize that somewhere down the line I may be faced with the prospect placement in a nursing home or as more fashionably titled these days, an assisted living home.
The sign in the YMCA parking lot reading "Congratulations Nicole Fye -- Zone Champion" piqued my interest as I turned off Gillionville Road into the parking lot of that facility one early August day. Being somewhat familiar with the youth swim team there, I was wondering if I read the words correctly and, if so, what the story could be.
Pick up a copy of today's Albany Herald to see what squawkers have on their minds.
Superintendent Joshua Murfree is to hand deliver a $134,626 check today to state education officials.
A Georgia Bureau of Investigation report Wednesday stated that a medical examiner using dental records officially identified Taylor Clayton Terrell as the body recovered from the Flint River on Sept. 18.
There have been 15 confirmed human cases of West Nile in Southwest Georgia this year, public health officials say.
W.W. Williams, a nationwide industrial distributor celebrates it centennial with $20,000 to local charities.
The Easter Seals event will raise funds for a children's respite home.
Today's Albany Herald has a distinct look, one that we present once a year. It's a reminder of the importance of the early detection of breast cancer.
The National Cancer Institute estimates that this year there will be 226,870 new breast cancer cases in women and 2,190 in men.
U.S. Sens. Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson and U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop are cited by a national business association.
Albany police respond to at least 49 incidents.
Albany Area Primary Health Care will be taking over the management of Glover Dental Center in early November, officials say.
Jasper Lauson Dixon, Jr., 58, Decatur, died September 22, 2012
F. Gene Hancock, 82, Sylvester, died September 26, 2012
Laura Priest Black, 84, Ashburn, died September 25, 2012
Alice Peralta, 43, Laramie, WY, died September 24, 2012
Hoyt Lumpkin Jr., 45, Hahira, died September 24, 2012
Johnnie Magalyn Adair White, 94, Camilla, died September 25, 2012
David Allen Turner, M.D., died September 20, 2012
Dorothy Turner Minter, Sumter County, GA died September 23, 2012
Antoinette Hardage Greene, Thomaston, died September 25th, 2012
Helen Hightower, Blakely, September 21, 2012
Billy Hutchinson, 79, Lee County, died September 24, 2012
Billy Wilson, 82, died September 25, 2012
Margaret Daniel Lewis, died Sept. 26, 2012
David Simpson, Albany, died September 25, 2012
Bobby Lane Smith, 63, Albany, died September 26, 2012
Thelton Q. Faircloth, 59, Pelham, died September 23, 2012
The Albany State University National Alumni Association Student Leadership Institute will be held Sept. 28 – 29.
Crooner Andy Williams has died at the age of 84.
Here is a roundup of headlines from around the state.
After not being selected in June’s NBA Draft, Former Deerfield and Clemson basketball star Andre Young is playing — and starring — for Den Bosch, a professional team in Holland.
Lee County beats Northside, Columbus on Tuesday thanks to help of its outgoing seniors. (ADDS: roundup items on Sherwood, SGA, Westwood, Doughterty, Deerfield and Randolph Southern softball)
Each week, The Herald’s sports staff will pose a new “Burning Question” at albanyherald.com that’s topical in regards to what area prep football fans are talking about after last week’s games. Feel free to log on and discuss!
The Herald's sports staff continues its "Prep Peek," which includes The Herald Heisman Watch, Dynamite Dozen drop-in, Quote of the Week, By the Numbers, the next Game of the Week selection, the Fab 5 Poll and the area's Week 6 schedule.
Even without star wideout Malcolm Mitchell playing as many downs this season because of his dual use on the Bulldogs' defense, Georgia's passing attack hasn't missed a step thus far.