The 12th-ranked Darton baseball team wins for the 20th time in its last 21 games with a 12-6 win against Region XVII rival Andrew. (ADDS: ASU baseball, ASU softball, Lee County baseball, Bainbridge soccer, Lee County soccer, Crisp County-Albany High baseball)
A bill, which the Georgia Water Coalition contended contained a “poison pill,” is defeated in the Georgia House.
The Braves bulked up their batting order with free agents B.J. and Justin Upton, who could make 2013 the year of offense in Atlanta.
With Syracuse and Marquette both pulling off upsets on Thursday, the Big East teams will play in the Elite 8 with a trip to Atlanta on the line.
Lee County's Buster Posey signs biggest contract of any NL catcher
Leesburg native Buster Posey signs a nine-year, $167 million contract extension with the Giants, giving the NL MVP the largest chunk of guaranteed money in history for a player with three or fewer years in the major leagues. (UPDATES: Comments, reaction from Posey, Giants organization)
The Phoebe Cancer Center will be offering screenings for oral, head and neck cancers.
There is no vaccine to prevent norovirus and no drug to treat people who get sick from it.
Survival rates over a five-year period for colorectal cancer range from 74 percent in Stage 1 to 6 percent in Stage 4, officials say.
APD responds to at least 45 incidents.
The Albany Police Department's Gang Task Force offers advice to parents of children on spring break.
Emotional ties to Sylvester Road Elementary Shool run deep in the adjoining neighborhoods.
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They sure do love two-sport star Dexter Moody over at Albany State, where he first excelled on the gridiron for the Rams and now is shining on the diamond.
Once, a long time ago, some few centuries before even Christ was born, the cross was a greatly dreaded instrument of torture and death, which was conceived and moreover quite extensively used by the Romans to instill fear in the hapless peoples of their vassal nations what ringed the Mediterranean sea, as well as many others that were situated in the near vicinity thereof.
Familiarity breeds ... acceptance. That's why the battle for full equality for gays and lesbians is already won, no matter what the U.S. Supreme Court decides.
Emanuel Clement (EC ) Smith, Jr., 78, of Blakely, GA died Thursday, March 28, 2013.
Michael Jackson, 39, of Camilla, died Friday, March 29, 2013.
Phillip Parker died Thursday, March 28, 2013.
Ty'asia Nicole Williams, of Albany, GA, died Friday March, 29, 2013.
William Bill Henry, 83, of Albany, died Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
Leonora Spivey Arnold, 91 died Thursday, March 28, 2013.
Ed Strickland, 74, died Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
Roger Gravitt, 65, died Thursday March 28, 2013.
Jerry West, 56, of McDonough, Georgia, died Friday, March 29, 2013.
Vickie Anthony, died March 28, 2013.
Lynn Buck Johnson, Jr., 82, of Albany, GA, died Wednesday, March 27, 2013.
Lucinda W. Gibson, 86, of Albany, GA died Friday, March 29, 2013.
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Health officials are notifying some 7,000 people to warn they may have been exposed to HIV and other infectious diseases at an Oklahoma dental practice where improper sterilization procedures and rusty surgical tools were discovered, authorities said.
Former Tift County Blue Devil star and UGA player Israel Troupe has been arrested and charged with at least eight different felony counts.
What do a bunch of gyrating fire fighters in crazy outfits have with to fire safety?
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One of the area's most popular local bands has had their trailer, which was filled with their equipment, stolen.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or email@example.com.
The nomination period to tap young folks who are changing the community for the annual Albany Herald 40-under-40 class expires at midnight.
A newspaper carrier for the Albany Herald was shot at while making his rounds early Friday morning, police officials say.
Georgia — which has just three wins in the history of its series with Stanford — will meet the Lady Cardinal in the Sweet 16 on Saturday.
Florida Gulf Coast is on the verge of becoming the first seed 13 or lower to advance to the NCAA’s Sweet 16.
Syracuse's defense locks down No. 1 seed Indiana all night Thursday as the Orange rout the Hoosiers to reach the Elite 8.
The Shockers continue to run through the NCAA Tournament as they make fellow Cinderella La Salle their latest victim late Thursday night in the Sweet 16.
Led by save-master Hannah Thompson in goal, the Sherwood's girls soccer team posts their 12th shutout in 13 wins Thursday with a 4-0 victory against Tiftarea. (ADDS: roundup items on Sherwood boys soccer; Deerfield baseball, tennis and golf; and Westover-Dougherty girls, boys soccer).