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Each week journalists Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson talk about the hot topics on the minds of Middle Georgians.

Decriminalizing Mental Illness Through Mental Health Court

Mental Health Courts are opening up in counties all over Georgia. Court officials say they hold the mentally ill accountable for seeking treatment and staying out of trouble.

Rep. Allen Peake Says He Had An Ashley Madison Account

Peake (R-Macon) shared the news in email, subject line “Tough News”, sent to friends and supporters Sunday night.

Reaching Past Fear Of Stigma To Get Help For Mental Illness

Stigma is one of the reasons many people of color suffering with mental illness say keeps them from reaching out for help. But there are efforts underway to help more people to talk about mental health and get help if it's needed.

Symphony Conductor Roderick Cox Says Music Overrides Race And Age In His Work

Macon's own Roderick Cox talks about the power of classical music as he prepares to guest conduct at the Macon Symphony Orchestra this weekend.

Have You Heard

It's the return of GPB-Augusta’s “Jazz At The G” concert series-- one of the first big campus and community events of the fall 2015 Semester -- Saturday September 12th, 6pm,...

#JazzAtTheG Season Two Comin' Atcha Sept. 12th @ GRU Augusta

One of the first big campus and community events of the fall 2015 Semester at Georgia Regents University in Augusta is the return of GPB-Augusta’s “Jazz At The G” concert series,...

Jazz At The G Kicks Off Its 2015-2016 Season Sept. 12th!

As the students are preparing to return to campus for the fall 2015 semester at Georgia Regents University in Augusta, we are getting ready for another year of the “Jazz At The G” concert...