Mon., November 17, 2014 5:00am
Macon & Eggs:The Midterms Aftermath Plus Loft Living In Macon?
In this week’s edition, journalists Leah Fleming and Charles Richardson of the Telegraph discuss the aftermath of the midterms and loft living in Macon.
Mon., October 27, 2014 10:04am
Macon & Eggs: The Lincoln-Douglass Debates Revisited & Real Talk About Ebola
The debates of 1858 were not as high tech as the debates of today are, but folks were more engaged in government. Why? Plus, the truth about Ebola.
Tue., October 7, 2014 6:00am
Watch Live: Senate, Gubernatorial Debates At Ga National Fairgrounds Tuesday Oct. 7 At 7 p.m.
Politics take center stage at the fairgrounds in Macon as Senate and Gubernatorial candidates are set to debate weeks before the election.
Fri., October 3, 2014 5:00am
Middle Georgia Events For October
Y-O Lattimore shares her list of "must do's" in Macon.
Mon., September 29, 2014 5:00am
Macon&Eggs for Monday, September 29th: Where Does Macon Go From Here When Dealing With Blight?
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 reality across Macon and Bibb County.
Fri., September 26, 2014 5:05am
Middle Georgia Weekend For September 26-28
There is always something going on in Middle Ga to get involved in!
Thu., September 25, 2014 12:50pm
A Housing Court judge on dealing with abandoned homes
Judge Faulkner's view of blight.
Wed., September 24, 2014 5:05am
A Decline In Population In Macon Leads To An Increase In Blight
As people move away from Macon, many homes remain empty.
Mon., September 22, 2014 5:00am
Macon&Eggs for Monday, September 22nd
What do you think of disciplining a child with a tree branch? We talk about it on Macon&Eggs this week.
Fri., September 19, 2014 5:12am
Middle Georgia Weekend For September 19-21
The art of Winston Churchill, oysters and a Turn out To Vote concert are all something to enjoy this weekend.
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