The Daffodil Garden Club has named this Albany residence as its Yard of the Month for May.
Volunteers are needed for the 9th Annual SB&T Bike Race Weekend May 25-26.
The Save-Rite Petro Station at 427 South Westover Boulevard was robbed at gunpoint Friday, police officials say.
As many as 100 to 150 entries are expected Saturday for the Albany Hemerocallis Society's 31st annual show.
Annette Bowling picked up both the 'Breaking Barriers' award and the overall top award by Nobis Works.
These are the most-read stories at Albanyherald.com for the week of May 3 - 10, 2013.
Stan Clardy’s one-man play “Soldiers in Gray, a Musical Journey” tells the story of a typical Confederate soldier.
Jordan Denson, 16, passed the GED battery shortly after her parents took her out of the Dougherty County School System.
The competition in Tifton raises $73,000 for Alzheimer;'s Association, Georgia Chapter.
Heavy West Nile activity was reported last year, with 19 cases present in the 14-county Southwest Public Health District, the CDC says.
Here are some of the activities scheduled for Southwest Georgia.
Discover Albany Tours and Hospitality Expo gives residents a chance to see the city.
Albany Herald writer J.D. Sumner holds a Q&A with Richard Brown of the Flint RiverQuarium.
Civic club celebrates 32 years of recognizing the talents of local art students.
A number of immunization advocates will be in Albany later this month for a conference at Chehaw.