The surging Heat break open Tuesday's game against the Hawks early and never look back en route to their 19th straight win.
A new Albany Herald feature will give readers an opportunity to share some of the better things about Southwest Georgia.
Albany State University wants the Dougherty School System to vacate Andrews Hall despite multi-year contract and $350,000 in renovation by DCSS.
Given his track record on marital fidelity, former President Bill Clinton is not the person I would consult about “committed, loving relationships.” Clinton used those words in a Washington Post op-ed last week, urging the Supreme Court to overturn the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defines marriage as the legal union of one man and one woman, which he signed into law.
After opening the season with five straight losses, the Trojans finally notch a win Tuesday against Tift County. (ADDS: Worth County-Dougherty baseball; Westover baseball; DWS baseball; Americus-Albany baseball; Westover-Albany soccer, DWS golf)
A fundraiser exceeds its goal in raising money to fight cancer in Southwest Georgia.
APD responds to at least 12 incidents
Tony Gonzalez, a sure-fire Hall of Famer, says he will return for a 17th NFL season after previously announcing he was “95 percent” sure he would retire.
The Rams enter Tuesday’s doubleheader with a season-high four straight wins, but Shorter College puts an end to the winning streak. (ADDS: Darton baseball, Darton softball, GSW golf)
After throwing five touchdowns and running for two more in Saturday’s season opener, Panthers QB Cecil Lester is honored by the PIFL.
Georgia’s Kentavious Caldwell-Pope becomes the first Bulldog to be named the SEC Player of the Year by the league’s coaches.
Performances begin Friday at Lee County High School.
The Dougherty County Saddle Club invites the public to it’s first shows of the season this weekend.
It is of paramount importance that I teach my husband how to be a Southerner, at least a half-decent one if not one of regal bearing.
When Stripling’s, the everything-under-one-roof store developed by Ricky and Lisa Hardin, the sausage-making family from Warwick — that south Georgia town where it is best to obey the speed limit — decided to franchise with a Watkinsville address, they wanted just the right family to partner with.
An interim county administrator has withdrawn because of health issues.
The Herald is working with the Cancer Coalition of South Georgia to raise awareness about screening for colorectal cancer.
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety states a zero tolerance for DUI for the coming holiday weekend.
On March 21, members of the Board of Trustees at Deerfield-Windsor School are expected to make one of the most significant decisions in the history of Southwest Georgia's most accomplished independent school.
It was tough for someone like me, who was raised on baseball and football, to admit, but I decided quite a few years back that the most exciting sporting event in our sports-mad country is the NCAA basketball tournament.
The Georgia Professional Standards Commission has suspended Monroe Principal Valerie Thomas for 90 days without pay.
Melissa Bateman of Ashburn, Georgia, died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Ellis Robinson died Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Willene O'Neal Muggridge, 90, of Camilla died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Larry William Tucker, 74, of Putney, died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Ceasar Mack , Jr., 71, of Blakely, GA died Tuesday March 12, 2013.
Charles Nathaniel Wright, 70, of Albany died Tuesday, March 5, 2013.
Alfonso C. Hardge, died Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Joseph Giles, 54 of 1306 Stuart Ave. in Albany died March 12, 2013 .
Andrew Gubitti, 91, of Leesburg, GA died Monday, March 11, 2013.
William Hoyt Smithwick, 87 of Albany, died March 10, 2013.
Rasul Hakeem Williams, 623 W. Society Avenue, died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Frances Roby Mason, 88 of Shellman died Monday March 11, 2013,
David Bernard Schien, Jr., 44, of Tifton died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Benjamin T. Kirkland, 88 of Abbeville, died Monday, March 11, 2013.
Henry Harding Tift was the nephew of Albany's founder, Nelson Tift.
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Venezuela will launch a formal investigation, officials say.
Republicans say that private gun sales should be exempted from background check requirements.
White smoke means they've elected a new pontiff. Black smoke means they've failed to reach consensus.
Republicans in the U.S. House proposed $31 billion in farm subsidy cuts and the conversion of food stamps for the poor into a cash benefit program on Tuesday to help balance the federal budget in 10 years.
In some instances technology is advancing faster than the U.S. 's ability to determine possible threats from it.
A look inside the secretive process of electing a pope.
The EIA is the independent, data-gathering arm of the Energy Department.
A bill that was originally passed by the Georgia House of Representatives but then lumped into a package that was up for reconsideration Monday has now been tabled by lawmakers in a move one local representative says is akin to holding all of the state's local legislation "hostage."
The Albany State University Theater will offer a series of One Act Plays at the ACAD Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. today.