Marion Fedrick made the tough right decision in choosing to scale back ASU’s homecoming, and in doing so she proved herself a leader of conviction.
These are the fishing prospects for this weekend for the Flint River and lakes Blackshear, Seminole and Walter F. George.
In addition to the higher costs, newsprint has become more scarce, with some newspapers struggling to get their regular shipments.
For the federal government to live up to its commitment to its partnership with Georgia on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, President Trump needs to ensure federal funding is included at the needed level.
Employees of the government that operates the world’s greatest democratic republic should be treated fairly and with the respect every person deserves.
After a rollicking first year in office, President Trump’s first State of the Union speech may be best remembered for what it wasn’t. It wasn’t “vintage” Trump.
America gets to these shutdowns — whether threatened or actual — because Congress, regardless of the party in charge, can’t do its most basic job — pass a spending budget on time.
Rather than focusing on immigration reform, which is what President Trump’s meeting Thursday with Republican and Democratic leaders was supposed to do, an accusation of an incendiary remark has taken off and become a wildfire that has engulfed the whole debate.
OK, we’re starting to see a trend here. Once again, we’re saying a less-than-fond farewell to a year that was, in many respects, more endured than lived. We’re also looking ahead with blind hope for a year that we hope will be better.
One thing about Christmas presents from the lawmakers in Congress — you’re never sure of what you’re getting and whether you really want to open it.
Albany city commissioners, looking at whether it makes sense for the city’s Convention & Visitors Bureau to operate independently, should answer two questions in making the decision.
After an improbable rally last week took them to a place where no Lee County High School football team has gone before, the Lee Trojans are poised to bring home a state championship tonight. If Mother Nature cooperates.
The advent of the Christmas season is a time of joy, but it also always brings with it a somber reminder of how people can be violent against one another, and the need to always be vigilant.
It’s time for the Dougherty County Commission to let some sunshine fall on its selection process for a new county administrator.
Exactly when the first Thanksgiving occurred in what is now America may be debatable, but one thing isn’t. For all that may not be perfect about our nation, we have much for which to be thankful.
Halloween, by nature, is an observance that celebrates scary things. People, however, should take precautions to ensure all the chills for children are sparked only by their imagination, not real-life tragedy.
Albany State University’s homecoming week opened with a surprise — Dr. Art Dunning’s announcement that he soon will be leaving the helm of the university that he has guided through a Board of Regents-mandated consolidation process.
We hope there was some clue — some writing or recorded statement — to explain, however inadequately, how one person could do such a terrible thing to other innocent people.
While the NFL’s reaction to President Trump’s tweets has eaten up the lion’s share of the news cycle, what is happening in the U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria is both heartbreaking and overshadowed.
The question of how to deal with so-called dreamers, people who have resided in the United States illegally since childhood, has been a politically thorny one in these hard partisan times where empathy is lost in the political shuffle.
It often takes a major disaster like the still developing tropical storm in Texas to get Americans to overcome their differences and act like family.
Some in Lee and Dougherty counties have come under fire as a ruling on the proposed Lee County hospital’s certificate of need gets closer.
It’s very easy these days to read the news and view and listen to reports and ask yourself a question: What has happened to my America?
A provocation from Pyongyang is probably coming. The best response from the United States would be the successful interception of any missiles that get near U.S. possessions. This is a test, when it comes, that we need to pass.