In Macon, Georgia, the need for fresh food is critical. Many people live in areas where there are no fruits or vegetables. In other neighborhoods, the produce nearby is too expensive. The Mulberry Street Farmer’s Market is one of the pioneers in easing this struggle. Trevor Young reports.
Much has been made about the Common Core State Standards, and in Georgia, those standards are changing again. GPB Macon talks with the Telegraph's Jeremy Timmerman about how those changes are happening in Houston County's school system.