Georgia QB Aaron Murray announces late Sunday that he will hold off the NFL for another year and return for his senior season with the Bulldogs. (ADDS: item on Gurley being named to All-American Freshman Team)
Seattle brings its top-ranked defense — which allowed just 15.3 points per game in the regular season — to Atlanta on Sunday, but Falcons QB Matt Ryan and his offense think they are up for the challenge.
MONDAY'S COLLEGE/PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Darton women win sixth straight; ASU teams fall to Tuskegee; TAE drops Randolph Southern
Michelle Mitchell paces Region XVII No. 2 Darton to its sixth straight win Monday, setting up a showdown for first place in the region Saturday at No. 1 Georgia Highlands.
Randolph-Clay’s girls take over as the No. 1 team after beating Monroe, and both Fab 5 Polls get a new look as Seminole’s girls and boys make debuts. (ADDS: new Fab 5 boys, girls poll; Quote of the Week; area schedule; By The Numbers; and Games of the Week).
If you have spent the past years of your life behind a brick wall in an effort to protect yourself by keeping all of the bad things at bay, you obviously have good reasons for doing so.
For more squawks, pick up a copy of today's Albany Herald.
Albany police respond to at least 56 incidents.
Letter to the Editor
In a letter to the editor, Allan Russell of Leesburg says that tough talk is no good without action.
Thanks to an ultraconservative congressional faction, many Americans now view the Republican Party as extremist, petty and irresponsible. You need look no further than the ridiculous, drawn-out drama over the so-called fiscal cliff to see the GOP’s inability to negotiate reality.
The U.S. Senate has long been described as America’s most exclusive club.
A new county law, authorized by the state Legislature, will allow another level of delinquent tax sales.
As the son of a woman, the husband of a woman and the father of daughters and granddaughters, I celebrate the record number of females who are now United States senators. However, I do see some differences in the way these and other women are treated, depending on their party, policies and beliefs.
Second Harvest director tells club members how the food bank works with agencies to feed the area's hungry.
As of Monday, one suspect in a Saturday armed robbery was still at-large, officials say.
There was a young man — 23 at most — quietly saying his morning prayers on Capitol Hill on the third day of 2013, and it seemed for a moment like a warm ray of light in the midst of a blistering cold spell.
Jennie Johnson, 67, Leesburg, died January 4, 2013
Arthur L. Clay, 84, Sasser, died January 06, 2012
Willie Mae Wright, 90, Newton died January 6, 2013
Helen Ruth Spooner, 93, Warwick, died January 5, 2013
William Dale Holland, 72, Leesburg, died January 5, 2013
Gladys Rosemary Piper Brown, 93, Albany, died January 7, 2013
Larry Don Russell, 72, Leesburg, died January 3, 2013
Linda June Spargo died January 7, 2013
William E. Maxwell, 73, Albany, died January 4, 2013
Jeanette Castle, 60, Albany, died January 6, 2013
Marilyn Gerber Dye, 64, Leesburg, died January 4, 2013
Jamarlin Bell, 18, died January 6, 2013
Linda Brooks, 71 , Sylvester, died January 5, 2013
Martha Arranie Arnold, 96, died January 4, 2013
Rodney Lewis, 42, Leesburg, died January 3, 2013
Virginia Moore, 74, Bainbridge, died January 5, 2013
Jden Clark, 3 months old, Albany, died January 4, 2013
Aaron Vernon Rogers, Sr., 78, Sycamore, died January 7, 2013
Nellie Lou Smith Robinson, 97, Jacksonville, FL, died January 2, 2013
Fay Holmes Stephens, 88, died December 30, 2012
Muarlean Edwards is lauded for her service to the community during the Dougherty County Commission's first meeting in 2013.
Plant Mitchell's biomass conversion won't be completed until at least 2017, officials say.
An eastern Alabama high school student faces an attempted assault charge after authorities say he planned to use homemade explosives in a terrorist attack on fellow students at his school.
Bank of America says it will spend more than $10 billion to settle mortgage claims resulting from the housing meltdown.
Officials say a suspected robber of a suburban Detroit restaurant who apparently returned months later to get some food is under arrest after being recognized by employees.
School officials say that safeguards at Robert Cross Middle School worked.
Tony Jones tells state Supreme Court justices that he was overloaded with work and suffering from stress.