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On a summer day that flip-flopped between sun and rain, Julie Bragg was surrounded by children in the pool at her north Macon swim school, also her home.

As she tried to get them into the...

The environment around Macon isn't as polluted as you might think for a post-industrial city.

That's according to Jennifer Look, a chemistry professor at Mercer University who has been...

This holiday weekend, communities all over South and Middle Georgia are marking the 20th anniversary of the worst natural disaster in the state’s history.

In Macon, Tropical Storm Alberto...

Three men were struck by a pickup truck and killed while trying to cross I-85 in Atlanta’s northeast suburbs Tuesday morning.

While police say it appears the men were intoxicated, this...

The Allman Brothers Band was one of the most influential southern rock bands of the 1970s, and their legacy has left a lasting impression on the South, where they were a force for racial...

Monday, June 30th was supposed to be Steve Smith's last day on the job as Bibb County Schools interim superintendent. But he is continuing through the end of the calendar year because a permanent...

In the early 20th century, millions of immigrants streamed through Ellis Island. And you could say Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is playing a similar role in the early 21st century....

The owners of the team formerly known as the Augusta Riverhawks are betting that the third time out will be the charm for pro hockey in Macon.

Team owners Bob and Diane Kerzner joined...

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp says he is seeing the growth of Georgia's craft beer industry first-hand.

Kemp, whose office oversees new corporate registrations in the state, toured...

In Macon preparations are underway for one of the biggest music events in the South.

Bragg Jam started 15 years ago after the tragic death of Brax and Tate Bragg. While the brothers were...

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