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The decision was coming, but no one knew when. Would it be today? Monday? Maybe the Supreme Court was having trouble coming to a final ruling, and would issue it in July?

Turns out, Friday...

If you’re new to Macon-Bibb and you want to put your glass and aluminum at the curb like you did in Augusta or Columbus, you may be disappointed.

Macon is the last community of its size in...

Police clashes with black youth in Ferguson... in Baltimore... in McKinney, Texas. The ouster of the N-Double A-C-P leader in Spokane, Washington. These are moments when race emerged as a...

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The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to rule on a case that could dismantle the Affordable Care Act by ending financial subsidies for 6.4 million Americans. What can Georgians with insurance through the...

You can’t blame a Georgian for wondering what will happen here at home should the US Supreme Court throw open the gates for same sex marriage this summer.

In states all around Georgia,...

Each week journalists Leah Fleming of GPB and Charles Richardson of the Telegraph get together to talk about issues on the minds of Middle Georgians.
Scroll down to watch the video of the...

A Macon trademarks is its number of churches. So it seemed natural to ask a Macon pastor how churchgoers should deal with the news of the church shooting in Charleston? And Pastor Michael Ephraim...

Later this month, the Bibb County Board of Education votes on a budget that cuts spending. Key to the belt-tightening is consolidating schools - and that means closing school buildings.

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Sculptor Chris Lantz has transformed a fallen tree in Macon’s Tattnall Square Park into a large sculpture of three perched owls.

Lantz said that he and Andrew Silver, Chair of Friends of...

The future of high speed rail in Georgia is unclear at this point. Chattanooga’s mayor...

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