The Cavs are nearing school history after winning Nos. 14 and 15 in a row Saturday in a doubleheader sweep of East Georgia.
The U.S. Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment scheduled for Tuesday aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany has been canceled due to budget cuts, according to MCLB-Albany officials.
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A new grocery/all-purpose store in Putney has brought 24 new jobs into Dougherty County.
Deerfield-Windsor faces a big decision this week when the private school votes on whether to stay or leave the Georgia Independent School Association.
If you had asked me five years ago if I’d ever start teaching water aerobics, I would have said no. My workout routine had always been on land and included high school and college softball and basketball.
The car in front of me slammed on brakes and I, just as quickly, slammed on brakes and instinctively flung my right arm out and across the passenger’s seat. This time there was no one sitting there whose life I was saving from being thrown into the dashboard, just my pocketbook.
The new and improved State Theatre downtown has scheduled an interesting mix of events for the next few days.
The debut album by Southern Hospitality offers the compelling sounds of sacred Southern ground.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Mar. 4-10.
February 23rd was the date the Albany Symphony Orchestra chose to celebrate Black History Month. This year, the orchestra remained at home at the Albany Municipal Auditorium.
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Agriculture researchers are working to produce more food on the same amount of acreage to feed a growing world population.
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The time is right to explore the best long term options for the relocation of Albany Early College from the campus of Albany State University.
Teachers' group putting words into action to honor Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting victims.
In this week's On the Job, Chris Hardy talks about his personal and professional life; his dream of escaping to Hawaii and his addiction to golf.
I don’t quite remember how they did it, but somehow in the middle of an intelligent discussion about current entertainers I found myself saying words I’d never intended to say out loud: I have something of a man-crush on Justin Timberlake.
Remember how the sequester was going to destroy the recovery and tank the stock market because of fear and uncertainty?
Alpha Delta Kappa sisters are planning "random acts of kindness" in tribute to the 26 people killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting massacre.
Marion Mosley Johnson died Wednesday,
Melissa Bateman died Monday.
Arris Young died Friday.
Fernando Solis died Saturday.
Opal Dukes Morey died Thursday.
Betty Lewis Montgomery died Friday.
Max Eaton died Saturday.
Mary Lee Hudson Brashears died Thursday.
Josh Smith leads the way for Atlanta, which wins its second straight game after beating Phoenix on Friday night at home, 107-94.
The United States is out of the World Baseball Classic after falling to Puerto Rico in a do-or-die game Friday in Miami, 4-3.
Reigning ACC champ Florida State, which needed to win the conference tournament to get into the NCAA Tournament this year, is bounced Friday night by North Carolina. (ADDS: ACC/SEC roundup
Darton rallies from a 6-1 hole early in the game against East Georgia on Friday to extend the program's win streak to 13 straight games. (ADDS: roundup items on Darton golf; Deerfield-Sherwood baseball; Lee County baseball; Randolph Southern baseball; Monroe-Cairo baseball; Sherwood girls soccer; and Worth County-Monroe baseball)