Merrell B. Tallent, Sr., died, December 1, 2013.
Dougherty's Amber Ward breaks a tie game with 11 seconds left with a 3-pointer to give the Lady Trojans a Region 1-AAAA win against Crisp County. (ADDS: Westover-Americus-Sumter girls; Randolph-Clay boys, girls; Lee County girls; Sherwood boys, girls; Crisp Academy girls)
The Knights jump ahead early on Glenwood (Ala.) Academy and win their season opener, 78-58. (ADDS: Deerfield-Windsor girls lose in home opener)
The Lady Tornadoes allow just five points in the second half and easily move to 5-0 with a 76-23 win against Region 1-AAAA rival Albany High. (UPDATED: Albany boys beat Monroe, 39-38)
A JFK commemoration, breakfast with Santa, musical auditions and a trivia contest headline Lee County High School events
Lee County High School students display memories of JFK’s assassination day and prepare for Santa Clause, auditions for a stage version of “Young Frankenstein,” and hone up for a book trivia contest next week.
Five Republicans, one Democrat vying to replace John Barge
Six candidates seeking to replace State School Superintendent John Barge, who is running for governor.
True Love would spend more than $27,000 for gifts mentioned in The Twelve Days of Christmas
PNC Wealth Management’s holiday price index based on The Twelve Days of Christmas carol marks its 30th year.
Temperatures, rainfall, and sun and moon information for the Albany area
Temperatures, rainfall, and sun and moon information for the Albany area.
Get a copy of The Albany Herald to see what everyone is squawking about.
Get a copy of The Albany Herald to read about the Bright Side of life.
These are individuals who were booked into the Dougherty County Jail Nov. 21 - Dec. 1, 2013.
Second annual event scheduled after Christmas parade and festival
Judging will be in three categories for best Christmas attire in three categories including small, up to 18 pounds; medium, 19-39 pounds and large, 40 pounds and up.
Hospital readmissions are bad for everyone
They’re obviously bad for discharged patients. No one wants to leave the hospital, get worse instead of better and then have to be hospitalized again.
OPINION: Grassroots campaign could impact Albany holiday season
Albany small business owners are challenging their peers to help make the holidays brighter for struggling families.
ALBANY HERALD EDITORIAL: Amazon sparks debate with drone delivery project
Will the air one day be buzzing with hundreds of miniature helicopters making deliveries in your neighborhood?
Mithril meshes old world Celtic style with classical, American folk and Middle Eastern influences
On a weekend full of Christmas-related events, the Albany Symphony Orchestra will have two performances of holiday music Saturday at the Darton State College theater.
A busy weekend of holiday-related events is Coming Up in Albany and Southwest Georgia.
Christmas will make its presence known this weekend as parades, concerts and stage productions hit high gear.
FEATURES COLUMN: Pandel Savic grew up to be a successful businessman
Pandel’s story is a classic, learning a new language, settles in an ethnic neighborhood, and parlays education, hard work, and college football into a golden opportunity.
THE DIXIE DIVA: An encouraging individual can make a difference in another’s life
To give warmth to a person’s body is admirable but to warm his soul with hope is a gift everlasting.
SHERIFF'S COLUMN: The showcasing of the Dougherty County Sheriff's Office youth intervention program has attracted nationwide attention
The thing that sets the Dougherty County youth intervention program apart from others is maintaining contact with and mentoring at-risk youth.