The Cavs stay tied for first in the Region XVII standings with Georgia Perimeter with Tuesday's 4-2 victory against Gordon College. (ADDS: Darton softball, DWS soccer, DWS baseball, Worth-Albany baseball)
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith looks back on just how special Adam Scott's Masters was to the game of golf --- and the nation of Australia.
The Braves offseason acquisition of Ramiro Pena has turned golden for red-hot Atlanta. (ADDS: Notes on Paul Janish, Paul Maholm and Chris Johnson)
Deerfield-Windsor’s boys and girls tennis sweep the team titles at the GISA Region 3-AAA meet at Darton State College on Tuesday.
In his rookie season playing professional basketball overseas, former Deerfield star Andre Young has emerged as a legitimate superstar.
The Cavs finish an unimpressive fourth place in the District IV golf tournament Tuesday in South Carolina but still are able to qualify for their 12th straight trip to nationals.
We are about to leave the chill of winter’s hangover — not with regrets, but with anticipation of spring’s sunshine and balmy temperatures, which will offer more opportunity for outdoor recreation.
The Dixie Diva column
To be just downright honest, I never expected to miss him this much. And, if the deeper truth be told, perhaps it isn’t just the loss of a singular man, though great and admirable he was.
For more squawks, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Herald.
For more brights, pick up a copy of today's Albany Herald.
Stuck in a job she hated, DCSS Teacher of the Year candidate used the wrong factors to find a career she loves.
Panel also casts eye toward FY2013-14 budget with update from district finance chief.
Work on a railroad crossing in downtown Albany may have led to blockage of nearby storm sewer lines.
The Albany Police Department responded to at least nine incidents on Monday and the early hours of Tuesday.
For country music fans, talk these days is not so much about the latest hits by superstars like Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan, or even when everyone’s going to catch on to the fact that Taylor Swift doesn’t really sing country music.
There’s a one-word question, made to no one in particular, on the lips of a whole lot of Americans right now. Why?
When times are at their worst, many Americans are at their best. That proved true again Monday in the aftermath of the deadly explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, twin blasts that killed three, seriously injured a dozen and a half others and sent by some estimates 150 people for medical treatment.
Mike Dugan, who served as director of the Dougherty Library System for 18 years, is the system's current interim director.
Family, friends and a rattled city mourn the deaths of those lost in Monday's bombings as they begin the process of moving forward.
Faced with dyslexia, TOY candidate remembers the help she received from caring teachers.
A 17-year-old Albany resident was shot in the leg as he walked on Cedar Avenue.
Walter J. Collins, 84, of Mystic, Georgia died Monday, April 15, 2013.
Frankie Knighton, 55, of Albany died Saturday, April 13, 2013.
Patricia Ann Perry, 59, died, Thursday, April 11, 2013 .
Anna Louise McCormack, 91, of Albany, died April 15, 2013.
Phyllis D. Ricks, died April 11, 2013.
Nathaniel Andre Harris, 49, died April 12, 2013.
Charles Eugene Harrell, 70, of Albany, GA, died April 14, 2013.
Clarence M. Harrison, 84, died April 16, 2013.
Ray Luther Jarrett, 68, of Lilburn, GA died Sunday, April 14, 2013.
James Reynolds Mashburn, Sr. , 83, of Doerun died April 15, 2013.
Lention Lammons, JR., 33, died April 15, 2013.
Darie Lybarger, 61, of Albany, GA, died Sunday, April 14, 2013.
An unknown Albany male posts his photo on Facebook after stealing a cell phone.
A proposed SPLOST-funded project would offer Albany Technical College students safer passage across a busy road.
A proposed SPLOST-funded project would offer ATC students safer passage across a busy road.
A group of Democratic and Republican U.S. senators on Tuesday unveiled long-awaited landmark legislation to remove the threat of deportation for millions of illegal immigrants and give them an opportunity to eventually become U.S. citizens.
A U.S. soldier was sentenced to 19 years in prison for attempted espionage and related charges after he admitted to trying to pass on classified information to someone he believed was a Russian agent, federal officials said.
ROUNDUP: Columbus police say teen shot parents because they made him do chores instead of looking up Bible verse for friend who wanted to be 'saved'
The teenager accused of opening fire on his parents Friday evening was angry that they insisted he do his chores instead of looking up a Bible verse for a female friend who had told him she wanted to be "saved," a detective testified Monday in Muscogee Juvenile Court.
Two bombs packed with ball bearings tore through crowds near the finish of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and triggering a massive hunt for those behind an attack the White House said would be treated as "an act of terror".