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After a nine year delay, work on the Tubman African-American Museum in Macon is underway again.

Museum director Andy Ambrose says the new building across from the Georgia Sports Hall of...

As Georgia lawmakers prepare for their annual 40-day session in Atlanta, they may aim to finish quickly, keep the to-do list modest and return to work on their election campaigns.

Or they...

The so-called “polar vortex” that brought sub-zero temperatures or wind chills to much of Georgia is gone, but when Jack Frost comes back again, a class of Bibb County public school...

Even though the state is still climbing out of the recession of 2008, it looks like it’s going to be a good year for the economy. That was the message given to a room full of business leaders at...

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 Jan. 9:...

The newly consolidated Macon-Bibb County government is busy at work, but minus one commissioner.

Early voting is underway to fill the hotly contested District 2 commission seat.

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John Jones uses his Sundays strictly for business.

A self-proclaimed “modern day picker,” Jones owns EcoRecycle and buys, sells and restores vintage and antique items. He spends Sundays...

The congregation of Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church is fighting the denial of a demolition permit for their old church building on Forsyth Street.

The Macon-Bibb Planning and...

The new president of Middle Georgia State College has arrived and is in the midst of his first full week on the job.

Christopher Blake is the first permanent head of the newly consolidated...

Sister Elizabeth Greim is one of a handful of nuns living in Macon. She prays, meditates and goes to Mass every day, but her Sundays are a bit different.

Greim, who is director of the...

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