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The U.S. Supreme Court blindsided many by refusing to even consider re–instating a ban on same–sex marriages in five states. The high court's decision will have an immediate impact on gay couples...

In this edition of Macon & Egg, the weekly chat on the hot issues that Middle Georgians are discussing, GPB Macon's Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson of The Telegraph take a closer look at...

There is always something fun to do in Macon and Middle Georgia. Poetic Peace Arts creator Y-O Lattimore's list includes the following:

Macon Action Plan's Open House
Many times, our...

For about 50 years Bibb Music Center in Macon has been the place where...

Boarded-up homes, shuttered stores, overgrown yards and crumbling roads…
By themselves, these are eyesores and sometimes safety hazards. Taken together, they’re known as blight, a daily...

Middle Georgia always has something going on for creative minds and music lovers. Y-O Lattimore is creative director of Poetic Peace Arts. Here is her top pics for this weekend:

GABBAfest...

One of the places to see the affects of abandoned homes on a neighborhood is in housing court. Cases that involve homes that become run-down and an eye sore often wind up in courtrooms like that...

From its founding on the banks of the Ocmulgee River, Macon was a growing city. By the 1970 census, the city boasted 122,423 people. Then Macon’s downward slide began.

One-quarter of the...

Sometimes the biggest issues are best told through the smallest of examples. That's what Telegraph reporter Jim Gaines pursued when he told the story of living next to one rundown home on Hartley...

The Telegraph newspaper and GPB will take a close look at blight in Macon. The newsrooms selected this topic after interviews with those in the community.

The first order of business:...

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