Georgia outscores Tennessee, 53-46, in the second half to win the SEC showdown and snap a six-game conference winning streak for the Vols. (ADDS: Note on UGA football)
Herald Super 6er Madi Mitchell drops in 34 points to lead Crisp Academy to its third consecutive GISA Class A state title Saturday, and this one — a 59-34 romp past Citizens Christian — was never in doubt.
The Cavs improve to 13-4 with a pair of blowout wins against Lake Michigan Community College, while the Albany State baseball team extends its losing streak to 11 games after getting swept by Edward Waters College.
Two years after walking away from the big-time coaching ranks to return home to Southwest Georgia and take over a struggling Darton program, Lea Henry delivers the school what she promised Saturday: a Region XVII title.
Savannah's Taylor Stephens, 22, and 29-year-old Kenya native and Minnesota resident Edward Tabut are the winners of Saturday's 7th Albany Marathon.
These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty, Lee and Worth Counties Environmental Health Office.
There are some words that are always going to get a reaction. It’s like pushing a magic button: Say the word, get the response.
Action truly does speak louder than words.
For more squawks, pick up a copy of today's Herald.
This week's On the Job features Ufot Inyang, who is the assistant superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Dougherty County School System.
A Table With a View -- Tommy Coleman
Albany’s Tommy Coleman represents more governmental agencies than any other attorney in Georgia.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from Feb. 17-25.
Health & Fitness column
I know it is hard to believe that it is that time of the year again; we are getting ready to turn our clocks ahead (next weekend) and spring break is just around the corner. That leaves us with the question: What to do for spring break that will not only keep the kids busy, but give them something fun and healthy to do?
Honors for local industries will be presented April 10 during a Rise N' Shine breakfast.
An annual barbecue cookoff raises funds for Hopeful's volunteer fire department.
Gov. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) was one of those tea party stars whom voters believed had the courage of his convictions when he promised, as recently as last summer, to block The Affordable Care Act in his state. But last week, writes the Orlando Sentinel, “Scott made an abrupt about-face, embracing a three-year expansion of Medicaid coverage for about 1 million low-income Floridians that will be paid for by the health care law.”
A local development organization has asked the city of Albany to restructure its debt on a low-income housing project.
Path2College sets goal of adding 10,000 more Georgia kids to its 529 college tuition savings plan.
APD responds to at least nine calls.
The Albany Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Bureau is requesting the community’s help in locating Issac Edward Hicks, who is wanted for Aggravated Assault-Gun and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
A frigid afternoon and evening prompts a low turnout for the Mardi Gras Street Festival.
More than 5,000 music fans came to the first Soulfest during last year's Mardi Gras weekend in Albany.
More than 1,400 runners turn out for Saturday's marathon, many of them running in their first races.
Georgia hospitals and doctors are bracing for a tough fight over legislation that would allow physician groups to build multi-service outpatient surgery centers across the state.
LOCAL COLLEGE/PREP ROUNDUP: Darton baseball wins fifth straight; Lee County loses again, starts season 0-3
John Harman picks up the win and a host of Cavs swing big bats Friday in a 16-4 rout of Lake Michigan. (ADDS: roundup items on Lee County baseball; GSW softball)
The Hawks show little will to win in Friday's game against the Suns, who hold a slim lead late, but Atlanta fails to score in the final 2:46, then stands around and does nothing in the final minute as Phoenix dribbles out a win.