41NBC and Twin Lakes Physical Therapy along with Adams, Jordan & Harrington invite you to come out and see 41Today LIVE on Thursday, August 14th at 11 A.M. Meet Amanda Castro and Marco LaManno see how a live newscast is produced! Milledgeville, like a true southern belle, charms guests with fascinating tales, southern delicacies, and gracious hospitality. There is always something happening in Milledgeville!
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.
We are dancing and grooving this morning in honor of Sgt. Rodney M. Davis.
Soccer, food, music, performances, raffles and a parade. Sound like a fun day?
A new store in Perry promises great finds, low prices, and it is saving lives.
Whether you consider yourself a tennis pro or have never picked up a racket, you can learn all about the sport during the free “Macon a Racket.”
Macon's largest consignment sale is going on this weekend. Christie Johnson from Macon MOPS stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about it.
Get your car washed and help local animal rescues.
We are celebrating the King of Pop on 41 Today! Naasira Love stopped by the show to tell us about the Michael Jackson Tribute.
Macon's original all vegetarian restaurant is making a comeback! Owner Gerard Andre stopped by 41 Today to tell us all about Back to Edenz.
Veterans are putting on an event to help those who served our country. Ronnie Miley and Brian Faulds stopped by 41 Today to tell us about the 2014 Macon Stand Down.
A national non-profit organization is working to reverse what it calls America's “inactivity pandemic.”
Ocmulgee National Monument's Angela Bates stopped by 41Today to talk about the Butterfly Bio Blitz. You can help the Monument staff track butterflies!
Milledgeville Mayor Richard Bentley stopped by 41 Today to talk what makes the city a great place to live, work, and play.
A few minutes from downtown Milledgeville lies a community treasure, the Oconee River Greenway. 41NBC's Amanda Castro took a ride in a kayak down the river to find out what makes the greenway so special.
There are a ton of things you can do in the Antebellum Capital.
Marco visited three Milledgeville hot spots on Milly, the new trolley.
Several churches in the area are coming together this weekend to unite the Middle Georgia community.
Calling all guys who love to cook. The Warner Robins alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority is hosting is first ever all male cooking showcase.
Got joint pain? The Orthopaedic and Spine Institute at the Coliseum Northside Hospital wants to help you.
USA Today nominated the Georgia Aquarium as one of the best aquariums in the United States. Bailey Rogers stopped by 41 Today to tell us how we can help it win the number one spot.
41 Today hopes to blow your mind, and local magician William Davenport visited our studio to do just that.
Got any old pairs of shoes that you don't know what to do with? Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia can take them off your hands!
One of the oldest churches in Macon is celebrating its 151st anniversary this weekend.
The Middle Georgia MS Expo is coming up. Carole Anderson stopped by 41 Today to tell us how it will help people with multiple sclerosis and those affected by the disease.
Students across Middle Georgia are either in school or are getting ready to start the new year. In addition to books, pencils, and paper, your student may also need to get immunizations shots.
Monday kicks off the first full week of school for students in Bibb County. Helping Hands Community Outreach is hosting a Back to School Blast with several local organizations and businesses to help students get ready for the new year.
Students in Baldwin County head back to school next week. You can kick off the year at today's First Friday Back to School Blowout.
Local organizations are hosting a book bag giveaway Thursday at the Alexander Ballroom starting at 1pm.
A Warner Robins church is holding a blood drive in memory of one of its own. Mary Ealer stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the drive and how you can save a life.
Dr. Denny from the Macon Volunteer Clinic stopped by our studio to share awareness about the disease.
The book is titled The Mystery of the Red Creek Valley Kidnapper
Students in Warner Robins can get ready for the new school year at the Back 2 School Bash.
It is that time of the year, back to school time! The Macon-Bibb County Health Department is hosting a carnival to help get your kids ready.