The Atlanta Hawks score just 14 points and the fourth quarter and watch Knicks star Carmelo Anthony get his seventh 40-plus point game this season in Wednesday's 95-82 Knicks win.
Atlanta rookie catcher Evan Gattis homers off Phillies star pitcher Roy Halladay on Wednesday night in his major league debut as the Braves rock their NL East rivals, 9-2, for the second straight game.
Mike Rice, who was seen kicking, screaming, throwing balls at and hurling slurs at his players in a practice video, is canned Wednesday after a public outcry to fire him. (ADDS: notebook items on Pitino's son being hired to coach Minnesota; Big East Conference being renamed to America Athletic Conference)
The new women’s lacrosse program could take the same route as the Darton wrestling team and turn into an NJCAA-sanctioned program in a matter of years.
A local fraternity chapter asked an Albany development authority to lease it a building for $5 a year.
Albany police respond to at least 40 incidents.
A former Tigers football player currently standing trial for armed robbery tells Sports Illustrated that during coach Gene Chizik's tenure, there was tons of shady activity going on.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith looks back on the life of Americus coaching legend Jimmy Hightower, who was laid to rest recently after losing his battle with throat cancer late last week.
Stemming from incident late last year, former Georgia Tech and NBA star Javaris Crittenton is facing murder and gang-related charges,.
FALCONS NOTEBOOK: Exonerated after years in prison, Banks finally gets his NFL shot with Falcons; McClure reflects on career as he heads to Atlanta's Ring of Honor
Once considered one of the best young linebackers in the nation, Brian Banks lost his shot at college football when he was falsely accused of rape and kidnapping before clearing his name — and now the Falcons have signed him and will give him a shot to make the team. (ADDS: item on retiring Falcons center McClure)
The celebration of Joseph Holley's life will be an all-day affair at Albany State University.
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I am by all accounts an avid dog lover. I’ve written about dogs, slept with dogs, confessed my soul to dogs, and sworn allegiance to my dog.
Billions of Christians around the world celebrated Easter last Sunday, but not our media. Once again the holiest day of the Christian year slipped under their godless radar.
The temporary facility that had been operating as Phoebe Sumter Medical Center until a permanent replacement could be built is now in the process of being demolished, officials with Phoebe say.
A traveling basketball troupe, described by one sponsor as “the Globetrotters times about 20,” will bring its brand of showtime to Albany State University April 12 for a performance in ASU’s HPER Gymnasium.
Adult bed bugs can survive up to 550 days without food, public health officials say.
Sunday's performance in the finale of the Willson Chamber Music Series.
The ADDU's Bill Berry says this is the first dual meth lab bust in the county in the past 10 years.
Thelma Green Shepard, 92, of Climax, GA, passed away Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
Malcolm Fussell, 83, of Lee County died Tuesday April 4, 2013.
Elizabeth Berg Barry, 66, of Albany died March 24, 2013.
Wilma W. Bowen died April 2013.
Ruby Franklin Buie Hall, 87, of Bainbridge, GA, passed away Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Verdell Richardson, 82 of Cuthbert, GA died on Tuesday, April 02, 2013.
Eldridge Carlos Richardson, 75, of Leesburg, GA, died Wednesday, April 3, 2013 .
Mauwayne Horne Lauderdale, 92, of Albany, died Monday, April 1, 2013.
James H. Idlette or Sumter County, GA died Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
Leila Moonyene Hatfield Wingate, 73, of Arlington, Georgia, died Monday, April 1, 2013.
Virginia Hodgson, of Enigma, GA, died Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
Wilard C. Alberson died Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
Benny Lee Hand, Sr. of Jacksonville, FL died Tuesday, April 02, 2013.
When a firefighter enters a smoke-filled room, the time-tested method to locate anyone who may still be in the structure was to feel around and hope you can get to the downed person before they die.
Repeat teen births in the U.S. decreased more than 6 percent between 2007 and 2010.
The authority board's executive committee is slated to discuss the incidents Thursday.
The acts allegedly took place from Oct. 1, 2011, to Nov. 2, 2011.