The Native American Cultural Festival is the best in at least three years, officials say.
Albany State's Lady Rams sweep Fort Valley to earn the top-seed in the upcoming conference tournament. (ADDS ASU's baseball teams beats Benedict, 9-4, and Darton State's softball team sweeps ABAC).
American Brandt Snedeker and Argentina’s Angel Cabrera share the lead after three rounds at the Masters, but there are at least a dozen players threatening who could still slip on the green jacket at the end of today.
Georgia is under permanent non-drought water restrictions, according to Albany Water, Gas & Light Department officials.
The program is sprucing up facades on buildings facing the Riverfront Park.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith, who is covering The Masters all this week, takes a closer look at the fans who flock from all over the world to Augusta this time of the year.
The film will introduce Robinson to a new generation. We can only hope that it shows to them the strength of Robinson’s character and will. Robinson was a hero in every sense of the word, one who made America a better place.
Yellow Jackets alum Matt Kuchar puts together one of the best rounds of the Masters ion Saturday to put himself in position to make a Masters run today.
My blood started boiling as I surveyed the scene, and I found myself amazed anew at the human race’s capacity for cruelty. A pack of young men, four strong, walked away from where an older couple stood looking warily after them. The four were laughing uncontrollably, pointing at the couple and falling all over each other in their mirth. The old couple looked wounded, but not in any physical way. It was more a look of embarrassed resignation, of stunned disbelief. I noticed tears on the woman’s cheeks. Trying to size up the situation, I asked the couple if they were OK. The man waved off my concern.
Here's a look at how the fish are performing in area lakes.
Well, at least we’re starting to get the procedure right. Washington has rediscovered the beauty of the boring. It’s called “regular order,” using the normal, routine, constitutional process to arrive at, for example, a budget.
Golf fans around the world awoke Saturday morning to the news that Tiger Woods would start the third round at 1-under — rather than 3-under, where he finished Friday — after getting a penalty for an illegal drop during Day 2, but Woods rallies and sits just four shots back of the leaders.
Outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay has some fun with some interesting sales items from his personal collection.
Georgia coach Mark Richt won’t be coming to Albany this year, but he will be in Tifton on April 24.
One of the greatest players in NBA history, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, tears his Achilles late Friday night during a win against Golden State, ending his season.
Tim Hudson gets two hits off counterpart Stephen Strasburg on Saturday as the Braves beat the Nats to win their eighth straight.
ALBANY — Theatre Albany will conduct a second round of auditions for the rock musical “Return to the Forbidden Planet” at 7 p.m.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from March 28-April 8.
Health & Fitness column
Most of us know a friend or family member (it may even be you!) who will drive a car until the wheels fall off. I had a friend that drove an old Honda that was almost 20 years old with 200,000 plus miles on it.
‘See, I told you, Mom,” the young man said as he held his mother by the arm and turned her around in my direction, not two feet from me and uncomfortably teetering on the cusp of my personal space.
When one thinks of singing Schubert, the realization almost immediately comes to mind that he (she) is about to take a serious leap into the depth of song literature.
The lineup for the 2013 Wanee Music Festival:
The annual Wanee Music Festival is an increasingly popular destination for Southwest Georgia music fans.
The co-founder of surviving jazz-rockers Hot Tuna was also one of the original members of the Jefferson Airplane.
On average, the child life specialist at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital sees 12 patients a day on the pediatric floor alone.
“How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” is set for a three-day run next weekend.
Staff writer J.D. Sumner held a Q&A with Liz Gilmore, CEO of Members United Credit Union.
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections in Dougherty, Lee and Worth counties.
Patsy Aplin White died Thursday.
Norma Constance Smith Watson died Wednesday.
Robert William Watson died April 1.
Willie C. Johnson died Saturday.
Mildred D. Ceasar died Saturday.
Essie Carter died Saturday.
Lucy Bell Wilson died Thursday.
Terry Mack died Thursday.
Catherine B. James died Saturday.
Margie Rine Clay died Thursday.
David R. Bullington died Saturday.
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