Camp Wings is looking to accept children who are grieving due to a loss in their family.
Macon's hockey team is selling season tickets for next year. President of the team, Mark Richards is in to give us details.
Terry Miller with SAM Shortline visited 41NBC to talk about A Day With Thomas featuring Thomas the Tank Engine.
Roger Jackson stopped by 41NBC to talk about a raffle the Motivating Youth Foundation is putting on.
If you're looking for middle Georgia's largest Halloween street party, then it's right around the corner and you don't want to miss it.
At 41NBC, we love to help set up our viewers with a furry companion. The Sandersville/Washington County Animal Shelter would like to help make that a reality.
Sacred Heart School hosts 57th annual fall festival for families and kids.
The Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church opens the seventh annual Central Georgia Greek Festival next to its church starting this October 17th.
The prize was awarded to three scientists who discovered the brain's inner GPS.
Mercer professor Diane Elliott stops by to discuss the recent studies on the key to happiness.
One Macon women celebrates living life to the fullest.
Fort Valley State University celebrates homecoming with an entire week of student activities.
After experiencing a decline in fall enrollment, Fort Valley State University is gearing up for an open house to educate, and help students learn about its programs.
Mike Phillips stopped by 41NBC to discuss what the simulator does and what you can do to avoid being distracted.
Georgia National Fair celebrates 25 years, and 41NBC speaks to one man who remembers the beginning at
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a survivor stopped by 41TODAY to tell us how she overcame her circumstance, and broke the cycle of abuse.
Janeiro Brown has a heart condition, and his family says their only option to receive an expensive heart surgery is with help from the public.
Breaking Walls Dance Company talks about its upcoming showcase, and shows 41NBC how to freestyle.
Washington County's Kaolin Festival is around the corner and the Chamber of Commerce invites all to attend.
Georgia Cancer Supporters stop by to talk about its upcoming fundraising event.
Eric Bell dropped by and spoke with 41NBC about the benefits of a free law clinic where you can get advice about legal matters.
Bibb County Schools Deputy Superintendent Sylvia Hooker stopped by 41NBC to discuss the benefits of the Performance Learning Center.
Chief J.D. Mosby stopped by 41NBC to talk about Saturday's Family Fun Day in Byron.
Melba Moore stopped by to discuss her show going on at the Douglass Theatre October 3rd and 4th.
Kinetix Health Club manager Gregory Howard is in to talk about how to stay in shape for fall.
Jonathan Dye from the Macon Arts Alliance joined 41NBC to talk about a workshop coming up.
National Pain Awareness Month teaches community about dealing with pain.
The Georgia National Fair is around the corner, and Stacey Campbell is in to talk about the big festivities, food and fun.
The 4th annual Out of Darkness walk is this weekend.
How do you get your children excited about math if they don't think it's relevant to their lives? How is math relevant to you at all? We help answer those questions!
So many varieties, all with their own fans, though our 41 Today personalities decided to try the hottest ones live.
Greg Potter talks about the annual GABBA fest, and Macon's music history,
The annual Iron Men's Health Fair raises awareness on prostate cancer giving men free health screenings, and activities to participate in.
HIV/AIDS Awareness and Aging Day brings a local doctor to stress the importance of knowing your status and understanding how many lives are touches by the virus-directly and indirectly.
A non-profit organization plans to raise awareness, and hopes to receive donations in order to give out survival bags to the homeless in middle Georgia.
The Kiwanis Club's Matt Roessing stopped by to talk about River Day on Saturday in Milledgeville.
Representatives from the GSSDA visited 41NBC Tuesday to talk about the convention in Macon this weekend.
Monument Superintendent Jim David visits 41NBC to talk about the upcoming Ocmulgee Indian Celebration Saturday and Sunday.
Kim Gravel stops by 41TODAY to discuss her new season, and how she's impacting the lives of pageant girls across Georgia.
Author Latania Wright stops by 41TODAY to talk about her new children's book on 9/11 attacks.
The Children's Hospital plans to host free car seat safety checks in recognition of National Child Passenger Week.
Fun, games, and a doggie fashion show.
Band members of BHS to host a fundraiser event this Saturday.
Mercer University is kicking off its first week of competition in the Southern Conference with a big celebration.
Macon POPs is taking us back in time during this weekend's performance.
Mercer University's Tift College of Education is hosting its inaugural fall forum on education.
Would you like to help your favorite animal shelter win $1000? Here's how.
Every year there is a camp for Middle Georgian children with diabetes. Elizabeth Jones stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about Camp Little Shot and this weekend's race to benefit the camp.
Michael's Seafood and Deli in Dublin is one of a few sponsors hosting a golf tournament Thursday to help prevent overcrowding in the Dublin Laurens Humane Society.
Dr. Harry Ross talks about the gospel concert.