The Albany State Rams come back and beat Claflin, 11-10, in 10 innings to complete a three-game sweep. (ADDS ASU softball team wins a pair in conference crossover tournament and GSW's baseball team falls to UNCP).
The Hawks pull away from the Nets to win their third straight game while the Miami Heat see their winning streak reach 22 games with a win against Toronto.
Kevin Streelman wins his first PGA Tour title, capturing the $5.5 million Tampa Bay Championship and now is guaranteed a spot in next month's Masters.
Kasey Kahne wins on a wild day at Bristol, where a fight between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano — and their crews — breaks out afterward
The Hurricanes pull away from the Tar Heels in the final minutes Sunday to win their first Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in Greensboro, N.C., 87-77.
Ole Miss storms out of halftime down 12 points and beats up the Gators the rest of the way to claim the school’s second Southeastern Conference title.
The Panthers feel like they won more than a game Saturday when they found a way to win on a night when almost everything went wrong.
Panthers kicker Ryan Gates nails a 28-yard field goal with 1.9 seconds left late Saturday night to propel Albany past bitter rival Columbus, 40-37, and send the two-time champs to a 2-0 start. (UPDATED: New version of story, adds more details, quotes)
Kansas faces potential roadblocks in Georgetown, Michigan.
Second-seeded Miami offers a big test to No. 1 Hoosiers.
Gonzaga, Ohio State earn region's top two seeds.
Top three seeds — Louisville, Duke and Michigan State — have loads of tourney history
Kansas, Indiana and Gonzaga also earn top seeds as path to Atlanta is set.
Mariska Hargitay, better known as “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” Detective Olivia Benson, is the human intersection of life and art.
See who deserves a Thumbs Up!
Do conservatives still believe in American greatness?
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These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail March 7-14, 2013. The listing includes name, date of booking, law enforcement agency, reason for booking, bond and date of release.
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A non-profit in its second year tries to provide a positive direction for youth.
The area's four major gangs have a long and complex heritage.
Pop Warner youth football participants are giving up half a day on Saturdays to prepare for CRCT tests.
Addie Woodley died Saturday.
David A. Vanderhoof died Friday.
William Howard Pollock died Saturday.
Roy Jackson died Saturday.
Erik Mitchell died Saturday.
Stanley E. Harp Sr. died Saturday.
Jimmie Lee Crumbly died Saturday.
Mary Lee Hudson Brashears died Thursday.
These are the 10 most-read stories from Albanyherald.com for the week of March 8 through March 15, 2013.
COLLEGE HOOPS --- CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP: Miami, UNC to meet for ACC title; Ole Miss, UF to square off in SEC
The Hurricanes manhandle N.C. State, while the Tar Heels take care of Maryland, propelling each into the ACC Championship game today, while Florida beats Alabama and Ole Miss vanquishes Vandy to set up a rematch in the SEC Championship game today. (ADDS: conference tournament roundup items Big East Championship, Big 12 Championship, Conference USA Championship, MAC Championship, Mountain West Championship and Big Ten semifinals)
LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton softball sweeps MGC; Cavs golf finishes 5th at Spring Fling; ASU baseball rolls
The Darton State College softball team downs Middle Georgia on Saturday to improve to 27-10 overall, while the news was not as good for the school's golf team, which implodes on the back nine during the final round of the Goose Pond Spring Fling. (ADDS: roundup items on ASU-Claflin baseball; and GSW softball)