The Atlanta Hawks are giving up key playoff position with every loss lately, and they suffered another one Friday in a game they should've won at home against the Trailblazers, who dismantle Atlanta, 104-93.
The unbeaten Alabama Hammers come to town tonight to face off against the also undefeated Panthers, and whoever wins will take over sole possession of first place in the PIFL at 3-0.
Monroe plays host to the 23rd Smith and Benson Relays today at Hugh Mills, where 38 teams will compete in what is always one of the best meets of the year.
Jeff Littleton, a former star at Worth County and a longtime defensive coordinator at state powerhouse Cairo, is excited about being the new coach at Bainbridge.
drug arrest was made Thursday morning in Dawson, officials say.
Investigations are ongoing into the Albany drive-by shootings from earlier this week, with no charges filed as of Friday afternoon, police officials say.
House Bill 230 failed to meet the crossover deadline, meaning it would have to wait until next year to receive a vote.
Denise Linnenkohl has been the county nurse manager for the Colquitt County Health Department since November 2007.
President Obama should listen to former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the “founder” of shuttle diplomacy.
There’s a lot of hand-wringing about American students lagging their foreign counterparts in math skills.
It looks like the U.S. Postal Service won't be able to cut out Saturday delivery after all. But don't think that means you'll be able to drop by the post office on a Saturday morning to buy a stamp or mail off a letter.
An Albany woman recently pleaded guilty to fraudulently applying for and receiving student loans and grants.
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The local airport’s air traffic tower is among 149 that will be closed nationwide due to sequestration
Services this week will start each day at 12:15 p.m. at Hines Memorial CME Church on North Madison Street.
APD responds to at least 35 incidents.
Two teenagers were arrested on Friday for shooting and killing a 13-month-old boy as his mother pushed him in a stroller down the street of a coastal Georgia town, police said.
Kay Sheffer, 65, of Ocilla, died Thursday, March 21, 2013.
Myrtle Lee Wilson, 80, of Albany, GA, died Wednesday, March 20, 2013.
Joe Rucker, 76, of Newton, GA died Thursday Mar 21, 2013.
Scotty Jenkins, 50, of Fitzgerald, GA, died Wednesday, March 20, 2013.
Hilda A. Raper, 77, of Camilla died Thursday, March 21, 2013.
Katie Holt Fowler, 82, of Tifton, GA departed this life Thursday, March 21, 2013.
Eric Debruce, 42, of Moultrie GA, died Wednesday, March 21, 2013.
Civil rights groups filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Phoenix last November
New law bans magazines that hold more than 15 rounds and requires universal background checks.
Shooter was a staffer at Officer Training School
New levels of convenience for customers and safety for vendors does come at a price, however.
There is one annoying facet of craft-fair shopping that has plagued consumers as long as people have had hand-made wares to sell.
NCAA TOURNAMENT --- ROUNDUP: Harvard pulls huge stunner vs. New Mexico; Marquette avoids upset at buzzer
The first full day of the NCAA Tournament is in the books with a few surprises --- No. 14 Harvard upsetting No. 3 New Mexico, No. 12 Oregon knocking off No. 5 Oklahoma State and No. 1 Gonzaga barely surviving --- while No. 3 Marquette needed a last-second layup to advance past No. 14 Davidson. (UPDATED: 2 a.m.; ADDS: full recaps of Thursday's action, including late games)