Five Southwest Georgia private-school soccer teams — Deerfield’s and Sherwood’s boys and girls and Terrell Academy’s girls — hit the field starting today for their first-round GISA state tournament games.
Former local sports stars Chris Cameron, Julee Bailey, Archie Chatmon and Johnny Seabrooks become the Albany Sports HOF latest inductees Monday night.
Auburn Athletic Director Jay Jacobs blasts a recent scathing report Monday about the Tigers’ football program, calling it “clearly flawed” and angrily defending his beloved school.
The Braves and Rockies will play a doubleheader today starting at 3 p.m. today after Game 1 of their series was snowed out Monday.
Former Deerfield star and Herald Player of the Year T.J. Mitchell finishes the season as UGA’s top men’s golfer, earning him an automatic exemption to play as an amateur in his first pro tournament in Athens in May.
Representatives of 17 law enforcement and victims’ rights agencies placed carnations in a wreath to honor various crime victims as a kickoff to National Crime Victims’ Rights Week at the Dougherty County Government Center Monday morning. Theme for the week is “New Challenges, New Solutions.”
Dougherty County tax officials want a fair accounting of equipment utilized on cell towers in the county.
Victories often contain the seeds of future defeats. So it is — or at least should be — with the Senate’s morally reprehensible rejection of expanded background checks for gun buyers.
The Albany City Commission will decide whether to maintain and operate the local airport's air traffic control tower.
Growing up, there were times when I didn’t always like something my mom would cook for dinner.
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Lawyers and judges from the Albany area meet to observe Law Day, which officially falls on May 1.
Angel Wheeler and Quantivous Thomas were arrested following a stabbing that lead to a brawl at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.
I listened to a Frank Sinatra tune this week — “The House I Live In” — and enjoyed a renewed desire to fight on.
As the reporter said to the novelist: Why bother to make stuff up?
The Dougherty County Commission will decide May 6 whether to fund fire and law enforcement option studies.
Rep. Sanford Bishop, speaking at Albany State's annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, notes that research touches all facets of life.
The Albany chapter of Gold Star Wives recently celebrated Gold Star Wives Day in Albany as declared by Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard.
South Georgia Regional Achievement Center Principal John I. Davis is suspended for failing to perform a background check on a school volunteer who has been arrested on child molestation charges.
Herbert Williams Jr. is now the fourth person to die as a result of a shooting in Albany this year.
Shooting for an upcoming film starring Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep will use historic Westville as a backdrop, but off-screen drama may make the movie Westville's closing credit.
Rosetta Sims, 54, died, April 16, 2013.
Gregory Eugene Wilkerson, 51, died, April 21, 2013.
Mary Reese Johnson of Bronwood, died, on Sunday, April 21, 2013.
Zollie Glenda Bozeman Brown, 73, of Sylvester, died, Monday April 22, 2013.
Elise Jones Feuer, 100, of Atlanta, died, Sunday April 21, 2013.
Johnny Brown, 47, of Lynn Haven, died, Friday, April 19, 2013.
O.C.(Jody)Kelley ,87, of Colquitt, GA died, April 20,2013.
James Rustin Rogers, Sr. 87, of Albany, GA, died, April 20, 2013.
Patricia Hancock Simpson, 80, of Doerun, died, Saturday April 20, 2013.
Nancy Joan Lime, 71, of Albany, died, Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Cecil J. Gore, 90 of Pelham, died, Saturday, April 20,2013.
Dorothy Isler Rish, 86, died, Sunday afternoon, April 21, 2013.
Sam Bates died, Monday April 22, 2013.
Canadian security forces thwarted a plot to blow up a rail line between Canada and the United States and will announce arrests on Monday afternoon, police and intelligence agencies said.
Albany police respond to at least 41 incidents.
The ethnic Chechen college student suspected in the deadly Boston Marathon bombings will not be treated as an enemy combatant in the legal process, White House spokesman Jay Carney said on Monday.
An Albany businesswoman plans to challenge the sitting Ward III Albany city commissioner for his seat.
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Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon has apologized after being arrested for disorderly conduct in Atlanta, saying she had drunk too much and was "deeply embarrassed" by her behavior.
The ethnic Chechen college student suspected with his deceased older brother in the Boston Marathon bombing faced federal charges as early as Monday as he lay hospitalized under armed guard, severely wounded and unable to speak.