Tim Duncan leads the Spurs past the Hawks, 99-97, on Saturday night to move San Antonio a half-game ahead of the Oklahoma City in the race for the top-seed in the Western Conference.
Ever since Buster Posey arrived in the Bay Area and became the face of the Giants, rumors have swirled he and Tom Lincecum are at odds.
UGA G-Day: Black Team rallies, shines in annual G-Day game; Camilla's Scott-Wesley wins 'Hustle' award
Georgia's Black Team upsets the Red Team, 23-17, with a late 16-point rally in the Bulldogs' annual G-Day spring game on Saturday. (ADDS: note on Mitchell County's Justin Scott-Wesley winsning the team's Coffee County Hustle, stats from G-Day game).
Cubs closer Carlos Marmol gives up homers to brothers B.J. and Justin Upton in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Braves come back to win, 6-5.
Albany's city manager still relies on values he learned as part of a close-knit family and during a 27-year career in the Marine Corps.
The Rams get a game-winning single from Juan Waters to win the second game of a doubleheader in walk-off fashion and will go for the three-game sweep of Morehouse today. (ADDS: roundup items on Darton baseball splitting with ABAC; GSW baseball getting swept by Columbus State)
Here are the results of recent kitchen inspections
The Cavs are ranked No. 8 in the country and expect to cruise through this week’s Region XVII tournament for their 12th championship in a row, then head to nationals.
Serena Williams has distanced herself from sister Venus over the years in the tennis ranks, and Saturday in their first meeting in some time, Serena rolls again.
Demetria Harris was arrested Saturday without incident.
Check out where the fish are biting --- or not biting --- around Southwest Georgia this week.
Herald Outdoors Columnist Bob Kornegay takes a closer look at the beloved blue heron.
A Dawson motorcyclist tries to outrun a deputy but instead crashes his bike in Albany.
The $20 entry fee includes a free T-shirt for all participants.
The theater’s major annual fundraiser will feature music by the Grapevine Band.
The Albany Fire Department has a successful history of fire prevention and officials want to make it even better.
A total of $3.41 million has been raised for the Vision 2020 campaign at Sherwood Baptist Church.
A drug-sniffing dog led police to the hidden meth lab.
Fred White died Thursday.
Sandra Willis Smith died Saturday.
Robert John Maturi died Friday.
Mary M. Jordan died Thursday.
Sam Shattles died Thursday.
Rachel O’Dillon died Friday.
The Daffodil Club each month spotlights the yard of an Albany residence for its attractiveness.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from March 24-28.
An eclectic local musical group wants to expand its influence through its first album, which is planned for this summer.
I have learned many things in my lifetime, quite a few lessons that repeat themselves over and over again. One, however, never gets old. After 22 years of marriage, I still get a thrill out of seeing the look on my hubby’s face when I pick up a hammer.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The April Gardener
Just because you don’t have much space available, it doesn’t mean you have to forego homegrown veggies.
While Haryl Dabney's profession may technically involve working at L2Networks, you might as well add professional juggler to his list of skills.
Luther Timothy Lewis died Saturday.
Charles Enoch Kirksey died Friday.
Charles E. Holaday died Monday.
The Hall-of-Famer was born in Cairo in deep Southwest Georgia
The Hollywood retelling of baseball legend and civil rights icon Jackie Robinson's story is coming to theaters on Friday.
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Is a bipartisan immigration deal at hand? It's close. Last week, the AFL-CIO and the Chamber of Commerce worked out a guest-worker compromise that allows in foreign workers on a sliding scale of 20,000 to 200,000, depending on the strength of the economy.
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Don't look now, but the do-nothing Congress may be actually starting to govern again.
A Dawson motorcyclist tries to outrun a sheriff's deputy, but instead crashes his bike in Albany.