Ivey Rowland talks more about her community service effort to help hundreds, and how you can get involved.
Colleen Giffin from Beall Financial joins us to talk more about being prepared to transition your finances from one year to the next.
Kidteacher.org is an online matching websites used to help kids learn more about future career paths.
A local church is hosting a toy drive hoping to put a smile on less fortunate children's faces for Christmas.
Six Flags Over Georgia has a new theme for the season, and according to the amusement park's representative it's creating a lot of buzz for the holidays.
Emmy award winning composer, New York Times best selling author, national radio and TV host John Tesh is in to talk about upcoming projects, and how you can live your life more intelligently.
Cannonball House hosts Ole Time Christmas hoping to start a new foundation in your family.
Franklin Smith talks about his new book, and what he hopes community members learn from him.
Vonnie Angelo, who helps organize the Cinderella Dress Drive, visited 41NBC to let people know they can donate dresses to a good cause.
Riverside United Methodist Church is hosting it's annual drive-thru nativity.
Organizations get ready first Holiday Lights ceremony at the Pecan Grove at Central State Hospital.
Historic Macon and the Sidney Lanier Cottage partner for Christmas at the Cottage.
With the help of volunteers, Apostle Steven Clevland wants to clean-up middle Georgia communities.
The purpose is to raise funds dollar for dollar by a private grant to finish construction of this shelter.
Georgia Cancer Friends is hosting an important free seminar for men and women called "Hiding in Plain Sight: The Link Between Heartburn and Cancer"
The General Manager for Macon's Southeast Restoration Group and Staff Sgt. Joshua Colantonio stopped by to talk 'Toys for Tots.'
Forsyth -Monroe County Chamber of Commerce's Hometown Holidays Parade is around the corner, and dozens of floats are entered for this year unique theme.
Local fitness instructor creates fundraiser to benefit the less fortunate.
41NBC needs your help to saves lives.
The Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia preps for their annual Thanksgiving dinner to feed hundred of homeless and less fortunate in the area.
The annual Christmas lighting event will benefit Macon area Habitat for Humanity.
A new nonprofit organization to Macon talks about a drive their doing to keep middle Georgians warm this holiday.
A group of mentors from the Paul Anderson Youth Home intervene, so families and youth in middle Georgia can make the best life choices.
Academy Sports talks about how to prepare your bird for Thanksgiving dinner, and what you can do to create the most tender bird you've ever had this holiday.
Two local non-profit organizations team up to talk about the 5th annual Glad Rags fundraiser.
Two board members of the Macon Charter Academy visited 41NBC to promote an alternative to public schools in Macon.
It's the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Walnut Creek, and one state park is celebrating.
Two companies are coming together for a charity event in middle Georgia.
Clarence Thomas from the Frank Johnson Community Center stopped by 41NBC to talk about an upcoming event.
Navicent Health and Alpha Kappa Alpha are teaming up to raise awareness about diabetes. Donna Bellamy, Health Initiative Chairperson of the Fort Valley chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc., stopped by 41NBC to share information on the upcoming event.
You can be, do and have anything that you want, but it's all up to you and 'the power of choice.'
One middle Georgia family is hosting annual event for good cause.
The Soldiers Empowerment Group Assisting Military Individuals nonprofit organization aims to host event to benefit the veterans of our country.
Navicent Health plans to open its cancer center soon, and to celebrate their hosting a day for fun with the family.
The Living Waters Full Gospel Ministry's Youth Against Violence program hosts a donation program to benefit children.
Sean Alexander's 'Reformation Foundation' plans to mentor the youth helping them make positive decision that will reflect on their adults lives.
REACH students are working on a water project and are donating money to build a well in Africa.
Margaritas stopped by and made nachos in studio!
The Mercer Jazz Ensemble gave us a taste of their Hits of Herbie Hancock concert.
Tonya McClure drops by 41NBC to talk about Pomp & Circumstance: A Casino Night, which is Saturday.
We're at the polls for election day, and according to the Board of Elections, and poll workers, it looks like it's been a steady day so far.
Tonja Khabir visited 41NBC to talk about the Two Hands International Recruitment Fair Saturday.
Kim Stalvey and Norma Karst join 41NBC to talk about the Autumn Classic 2014 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds. It's a horse show to benefit Homes For Our Troops.
Macon POPs peformance group returns to Macon.
Would you like to get scared out of your mind? How about the Halls of Havoc?
Meteorologist Marco La Manno scares the guests of the Haunted Manor.
Haven store owner talks about decorating your home using interchangeable items, and creating the ambiance you're looking for.
GSCU's fifth annual Halloween on the Hill is around the corner, and the entire community is invited to join in on the festivities.
Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful hosts is second annual Home for the Holidays.
Lake Bridge Behavioral Health System accused of abuse.