City Commission allocates money for AME Bethel housing project.
The Hurricanes shoot a 1-over 289 in Tuesday's final round of the Bobcat Invitational to finish third overall. (ADDS: ASU softball, Albany High-Monroe baseball, Westover-Americus soccer, Terrell Academy baseball, Sherwood soccer, Deerfield soccer, Lee County soccer)
Damian "Nighthawk" Daniels adds to his decorated arena career when he parlays his latest two interceptions into the PIFL's Player of the Week honor.
Darton has now won 19 of 20 games this season — and is 14-0 at home — after beating neighboring rival Andrew College on Tuesday, 9-3.
Motorists will be limited to 55 miles per hour in the Hickory Grove area if they want to obey the law.
The Dixie Diva column
If Tink had any hesitation about coming into a traditional Southern family, there was only one: our happy, colorful Easter parade.
A conversation with Fred Webster is a reminder that we all fall in one of two categories: you are either growing old or someday you will be. If you’re in the latter grouping, the former will come sooner than you think.
If Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform, it will depend on the Obama administration to enforce the law. How might that work?
I’ve been thinking about the words of that rock and roll philosopher John Fogerty lately, who wisely forewarned us, “Someday never comes.”
Unless something unexpected comes up, the Dougherty County Board of Education will decide today whether to close two schools and revamp a third in reaction to dwindling student population and tighter spending.
A packed agenda could result in a long day for the Dougherty County School Board.
Four students each from Westover and Lee County High and one from Deerfield will visit Valdosta State University this summer.
Georgia's signature sweet onion will start shipping on April 15.
Board allocates $642,856 for exterior work on Lee County Middle School East.
APD responds to at least 22 incidents.
First responders and utility personnel review safety measures and regulations that pertain to natural gas.
The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on two major gay rights issue this summer.
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Larry Hall, 65, Albany, died March 25, 2013
Evangelia Holley, 49, of Tifton died March 26, 2013
Lillian Elizabeth McCrory, 93, Albany, died March 24, 2013
Rosa Lee Griffin, 90, Albany, died March 25, 2013
Willie Mack Patrick, of Fitzgerald, GA died March 25, 2013
R J Shelton, 63, Albany, died March 25, 2013
Jasper Nether, Sylvester, died March 24, 2013
Dale Rich Brown, 70, Bainbridge, died March 25, 2013
Gwenyth Margaret Clapp Coalwell , 93, Ben Hill County died March 24, 2013
Susan Elaine McConnell, 55, Albany, died March 23, 2013
Tammy C. Adamauage, 52, Lee County, died March 23, 2013
Nikata Nicole Almond Griffin, 33, Vienna died March 25, 2013
Daniel brown Moore, 40, of Tallahassee died March 23, 2013
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday limited the ability of police to use a trained dog to sniff around the outside of a home for illegal drugs that might be inside.
Tift County Board of Education officials are extending the deadline for returning surveys meant to help board members weigh whether a school uniform policy should be developed after reports of cheating have surfaced.
China said on Tuesday it hopes all sides on the Korean peninsula can exercise restraint, after North Korea ordered its strategic rocket and long-range artillery units to be combat ready to target U.S. military bases on Guam, Hawaii and mainland America.
Heather Bresette of Overland Park, Kansas, and several of her children were pinned under a flight display sign weighing 300 to 400 pounds.
Italy's top court on Tuesday ordered a retrial of American Amanda Knox and a former boyfriend for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher, re-opening a case that prompted harsh criticism of the Italian justice system.
She listed total assets of $25,500 and total liabilities of more than $10.7 million.
Some 30,000 people live in Garfield, N.J.
Justices will hear also hear arguments for the federal Defense of Marriage Act tomorrow.
After blowing a 14-point lead, the Lady Bulldogs come back in the final minute against Iowa State to advance to the Sweet 16.