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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...

I won’t attempt to explain why I am hooked on a television show where I cannot understand half of what they’re saying and have nothing in common with any of the characters.

Is it possible...

Government officials of the newly consolidated Macon-Bibb County were officially sworn in Tuesday morning.

Macon-Bibb County Mayor Robert Reichert and eight of the nine county...

2013 will go down as one of the worst years ever for a signature Georgia crop — pecan yields sank below even the lowest predictions.

Farmers had warned of a bad year, as record-shattering...

2013 will go down as one of the rainiest years in Georgia history, and the rainiest on record in Macon.

With still a few days to go, more than 70 inches of rain have fallen on the "heart of...

Macon Mayor Robert Reichert says polluted riverfront land downtown can still be developed. Former Mercer University President Kirby Godsey abruptly withdrew his plan for a major condo, hotel, and...

Mercer University officials are hoping to massively expand a program that addresses a lingering tragedy of the Vietnam War.

When American troops left Vietnam in 1975, they left something...

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