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Tue., September 15, 2009 3:36am
Former Carter Press Secretary Dies
The former White House press secretary and trusted advisor to former Presid
Thu., September 10, 2009 8:49am
Increased Bail Equals Crowded Jails
People are sitting in Macon jails because they can't afford to get out...
Wed., September 9, 2009 7:08am
Stimulus Money Means Lower Power Bills for GCSU
GCSU gets lions share of federal money set aside for state's colleges and u
Tue., September 8, 2009 6:52am
Macon Gets New Convention Center Hotel
City officials hope new hotel will bring more convention traffic
Wed., September 2, 2009 9:26am
Wrong School Could Get You Arrested
Houston County school system cracking down on people submitting false addre
Fri., August 28, 2009 10:42am
Youth Campuses Hard Hit By Recession
Nearly 300 jobs could be lost if Milledgeville campus closes
Tue., August 11, 2009 11:52am
Macon Lawmakers Agree on Funding for Halls of Fame
After months of disagreements, Macon delegation comes together to save the
Fri., August 7, 2009 9:06am
A Popular Ornamental Grass Could Impact Georgia's Biofuel Industry
People in Georgia like to plant Miscanthus Giganteous, also known as Elepha
Wed., August 5, 2009 11:41am
Team from Warner Robins Headed to Softball World Series
Girls from Warner Robins beat Florida team in regional championships
Wed., August 5, 2009 11:31am
Top Georgia Business Leader Says There Are Some Encouraging Signs
One of the state's top business leaders says things might be looking up in