Albany police say a financial transaction card was stolen and used at an Albany convenience store on Feb. 19.
Albany Citizens Police Academy starts March 19; police, fire and EMS reports.
Herald Guest Columnist Loran Smith writes about Zippy Morocco, a former Georgia basketball player who was recently recognized for breaking the SEC scoring record 60 years ago.
The Lady Rams are now 4-0 and the only undefeated team in the East Division after sweeping Fort Valley on Monday. (ADDS: GSW golf, DWS tennis, DWS golf)
After winning his second tournament of the year Sunday at Doral, Tiger Woods looks like his old self and is making a charge at the No. 1 world ranking.
Albany Early College has been asked to move off Albany State University's campus after DCSS's $350,000 renovation of ASU's Andrews Hall.
Wide receivers Percy Harvin and Anquan Boldin are traded, headlining a busy day in the NFL.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman flirts with the idea of bringing Chipper Jones out of retirement, but the ex-Braves third baseman quickly dispelled the rumors on Twitter.
Darton State College diving coach Drew Aultman is named the NJCAA Coach of the Year, and divers Crawford Berry and Sarah Hoop win three of the four national titles.
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Here's hoping that Stewart Parnell goes to prison. The former president of the now-bankrupt Peanut Corp. of America, Parnell ran a filthy Georgia processing plant contaminated with salmonella that injured more than 600 people in a 2008-2009 outbreak, killing nine. Last month, federal prosecutors charged Parnell and three others with criminal offenses, claiming the executives intentionally shipped out contaminated peanut products.
The Albany mayor urges civic club members to become cheerleaders for the community.
Four Dougherty County departments seek special tax funding for needs that they say are immediate.
The Dougherty County School System's appealed a portion of the Education Department's Title I reimbursement request has been denied.
In all, $111,000 in grants are given to various community agencies Monday to help address the area's health care needs.
Tamika Lewis, 16, was reported missing following a disagreement with her mother on March 1.
Nezzie Lee Prince 69 of Tifton, GA departed this life Sunday March 10, 2013.
Larry William Tucker, 74, of Pelham, died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Willie Mae King died Friday, March 8, 2013.
Ronnie Hodges, 59, of Dothan, Al. died Sunday , March 10, 2013 .
Raymond Lee Powell of Arlington, GA, died March 11, 2013.
Frank Banks, Jr., 81 died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Shelby Jean Daniel Withers, 76, of Lee County, GA, died March 9, 2013.
Jean Seigler Pace, 86 of Albany died March 10, 2013.
Mack Calvin Tennille, 84, of Albany, GA, died March 11, 2013.
Claude E. Surface, Sr., 92 of Albany died on March 9th, 2013.
WIlliam James Adair died March 7, 2013.
Soloman Evans, 80, of Albany died Saturday, March 9, 2013 .
Ralph R. Bruner, 79, of Albany, GA died March 9, 2013.
Ashley Delano King, 58, of Leesburg, GA, died Saturday, March 9, 2013.
Doretha Johnson Fields, of Albany, Georgia died Saturday, March 9, 2013.
Eddie Lee Allen, 79, of Albany, GA died on Monday, March 4, 2013.
Carl Butts, Sr., 53, of Terrell County, died Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Elvin Henry, Jr. , 46, died Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Joe Albert Cox, Sr., 78 of Americus, GA died on Friday, March 08, 2013.
Emma Alieen Reschner, 84, died Friday, March 8, 2013.
Joseph Walls, 63, of Albany died Saturday, March 9, 2013.
Patricia Kennedy, 56, of Albany died Saturday, March 9, 2013.
William Hoyt Smithwick, 87 of Albany died March 10, 2013.
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Earthquakes under 5.0 are fairly common in California.
The findings suggest heart disease not a modern problem
A controversial night club that was stripped of its liquor license by the Albany City Commission will continue to serve patrons until a March 27 hearing after a court order handed down in late February.
Residents of a Maine town are expected to vote on Monday on whether each household should be required to own a firearm, a decision that has thrust the tiny town of Byron into the heated national debate on gun control.