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The congregation that owns downtown Macon's historic Tremont Temple Baptist Church could get their demolition permit after all.

On Monday the Macon-Bibb Planning and Zoning Commission...

What will the U.S. Air Force look like in the future?

If a series of 42 recommendations by a task force to study the Air Force are approved by Congress, it’ll look smaller, especially in...

For three and a half years, the McIntosh family has been living next to a rat trap in south Macon’s Lynmore Estates neighborhood.

“Snakes and rats have been regular” in the vacant house,...

Huffington Post film critic Jackie K. Cooper and harpist Betsy Fitzgerald join us to talk about fun things to do in Middle Georgia over the weekend and beyond.

Betsy's picks for Feb. 6:...

It’s been eight months since the Supreme Court effectively stuck down Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the section that required jurisdictions with a history of discrimination at the...

A Macon organization brought local social service groups together Wednesday. The goal: find out about the programs they offer and how they can work together to better serve the residents of Macon...

Macon state Representative James Beverly is pushing legislation designed to keep low income people in their homes.

Property values have risen in places like Macon’s Beall’s Hill community,...

Georgia’s transportation budget is up a little this year, thanks to an uptick in tax receipts. But analysts say there’s a bigger problem: more projects than money, and a good bit of debt.

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This story is the first installment in a months-long reporting project on blight in Macon from GPB, The Telegraph of Macon, and Mercer University's Center for Collaborative Journalism. We...

The Georgia Children's Museum in downtown Macon is no more. The chronically struggling institution closed for the last time Friday for lack of funds.

The Museum's founding director Tom...

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