People, Places & Things
The Albany-Dougherty Inner City Authority is working to restore and repurpose a city landmark.
These were the most-read stories at albanyherald.com for the week of May 10-17,2013.
A Johnstown, Penn., bus driver and a passenger got the scare of their lives when a deer, who tried to run across a highway, was struck by the bus and then proceeded to run around frantically on the vehicle trying to get out.
The leadership of the Albany Museum of Art showed off a newly-completed phase of renovations that has transformed some of the public spaces within the facility.
Based on the findings of a toxicology report, the Dougherty County District Attorney's office will prosecute Phillip Phillips' mother under Georgia's DUI laws.
Chris Cagle has scored two No. 1 country albums and a chart-topping single in his almost 20-year career.
Area country and hip-hop artists are looking for fan support in their quest to win statewide recognition.
The hip-hop/rock hybrid band Unbreakable Bloodline will host an album release concert at the State Theatre.
Who did it better?
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has had a double mastectomy to reduce her chances of getting breast cancer and says she hopes her story will inspire other women fighting the life-threatening disease.
U.S. psychologist Joyce Brothers died on Monday at age 85.
As many as 100 to 150 entries are expected Saturday for the Albany Hemerocallis Society's 31st annual show.
Stan Clardy’s one-man play “Soldiers in Gray, a Musical Journey” tells the story of a typical Confederate soldier.
The competition in Tifton raises $73,000 for Alzheimer;'s Association, Georgia Chapter.
Discover Albany Tours and Hospitality Expo gives residents a chance to see the city.