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Katie Crosby was on the table for her regular massage. The room was nearly pitch dark and the new age music was almost inaudible as the massage therapist dug her elbow deep into Katie’s back....

What do Georgia Congressman Sanford Bishop and Central Georgia Health System, now known as Navicent Health have in common? Both are hot topics on this week’s Macon&Eggs.

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The ice bucket challenge is making the rounds on social media in a big way this summer. Everyone from athletes, celebs and your friends on Facebook are ready to dump a bucket of ice water over...

Educational mission work sponsored by Mercer University has been suspended in the wake of the West African Ebola crisis.

The Mercer on Mission program has worked for years with the Ricks...

Leah Fleming & Y-O Latimore

Middle Georgia is rich with events and activities. Y-O Latimore, of Poetic Peace Arts recommends these activities:

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Shelly English and Virginia”Ginny” Walker are a...

How typical is it to have two highly touted, pro-style, quarterbacks essentially next door to each other in Houston County?

"I don’t know that I’ve ever heard of it," said Von Lassiter,...

How typical is it to have two highly touted, pro-style quarterbacks essentially next door to each other in Houston County?

“I don’t know that I’ve ever heard of it,” said Von Lassiter,...

Botched executions across the country have people talking about the death penalty again. While that trend hasn’t touched Georgia, another rare occurrence occurred on the state’s Death Row. Tommy...

In July, Tommy Lee Waldrip became only the ninth Georgia Death Row inmate to be granted clemency from execution since the resumption of executions in the 1970s. The explanations for Waldrip's...

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