This weekend you can go back in time to learn more about the role the City of Macon played during the Civil War. Earl Colvin from the Cannoball House stopped by 41 Today to tell us about a tour that will take you around town to some key places during this conflict.
Are you looking for a good book? Then you may want to check out the new Macon Little Free Libraries. Jennifer Look stopped by 41 Today to tell us how this program is promoting literacy and building a sense of community.
41NBC is looking for Middle Georgia's Best Mom! If you think your mom is it, then tell us why.
It has been a big debate back and forth over who will be the next Macon-Bibb Animal Welfare director.
The Bibb County nutrition program will host its forth year of the USDA Summer Program, which makes children throughout the county receive meals during the time when school is not in session.
Hospitals can be scary, especially for children. Helping Hands Community Outreach and Spirit of Ruth Women's Outreach Ministry is doing its part to put smiles on those kids faces.
This weekend you can walk to raise multiple sclerosis awareness and funds to help thousands of people in our community. Claudia Robinson stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about Walk MS.
Robins Federal Credit Union is celebrating it's 60th anniversary and have lots of community events scheduled.
Several events are planned for this month and May.
Music is more than just entertainment for a group of students at Georgia College in Milledgeville. While taking classes in the music therapy program at the school, they're using their voice, instruments, and songs to help people in their community.
Law enforcement relies on people in the community to call in tips on active investigations. Deputy Chris Paul from Crimestoppers stopped by 41 Today to tell us who to be on the lookout for and how you can help solve a crime.
The Coliseum Medical Center is hosting a symposium this week for anyone caring for their aging parents or themselves. Franchetta Trawick stopped by 41 Today to share all the details.
Keeping your closet neat and organized is not a simple task! The key is to use your space wisely. Andi Willis with Good Life Organizing shared some tips on Daybreak.
The Junior League of Macon is hosting it's 4th annual Touch A Truck event to promote early childhood literacy and school readiness.
The Medical Center of Central Georgia is hosting a free seminar about GERD, commonly known as chronic acid reflux, in Macon on April 8th.
State Senator David Lucas is reaching out to those who served our country overseas and partnering with several organizations to offer a Veterans Health Fair. Senator Lucas stopped by 41 Today to share more information about the event.
Calling all kids who are looking to catch a big fish this weekend! You can cast your lines at the Al Sihah Shriner's Annual Children's Fishing Rodeo. James Piper stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the event..
Run 2 End Alzheimer's And Raise Awareness
Planning a wedding can be stressful, time consuming, and expensive. That's where Rum Creek Farm in Forsyth and Two Chics Photography steps in to offer one lucky couple the wedding of their dreams!
Easter Sunday is only a few weeks away and a local ministry is hosting a family fun day at Lake Tobesofkee. Marna Cooper from Sword and Spirit Apostolic Church stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the event.
The clock is ticking! The deadline to sign up for health care under the Affordable Care Act is Monday, March 31st at midnight.
Spring is here and with it comes warmer weather and bugs! Heath Bass from Arrow Exterminators stopped by 41 Today to share some tips on how to pest proof your home.
The Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority is hoping the community will come out for its first ever Arts at the Grove festival this weekend.
Here's your chance to win a FREE Bill Cosby autographed book. Record a video of yourself performing a Bill Cosby impersonation and submit it to 41nbc.com. The submitted videos will be placed on our website (just look for the Bill Cosby Impression Banners) and people will be allowed to vote on their favorite. The video with the most “Likes” wins.
The Cherry Blossom Festival is all about fun, but you can also learn something while you're there too. The Al Sihah Shrine Center is teaming up with the Macon-Bibb Fire Department to teach children about fire safety and burn prevention during the festival.
The Medical Center of Central Ggeorgia needs the community's help. The hospital is a candidate for the LIVESTRONG Foundation's 2014 Community Impact Project. Jill Hancock from MCCG stopped by 41 Today to tell us how you can help.
Former NAACP Chairman and Civil Rights activits Julian Bond is visiting Georgia College in Milledgeville this week. Dr. Veronica Womack stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the free event.
The 32nd Annual Cherry Blossom Festival officially kicked off Friday.
Zumba, Competitive Obstacle Course, and Healthy Snacks!
If you have a Broadway itch you need to scratch...
If you haven't filed your taxes yet and are hoping for an option that doesn't cost money...
The Women of Ireland are performing in Middle Georgia next week.
Seniors across Middle Georgia are invited to try their luck at Bingo while learning more about healthcare options.
South Bibb County will soon be the home for a new outreach house, but first the organization behind it needs your help! Barbara Griggs, the founder of Spirit of Ruth Women's Outreach Ministry, stopped by 41 Today to tell us how we can help.
Law enforcement agencies rely on tips to catch the bad guys. Deputy Chris Paul from Macon Regional Crimestoppers stopped by 41 Today to tell us who to be on the look out for this morning.
The Middle Georgia Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Family Support Group is raising money through a benefit concert, 'Sing for a Cure' to help children dealing with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
41NBC announced the winner of the "Get Out of the Doghouse 2014" contest.
Hope is something we all need and a local church is hoping to spread that message this weekend during a special community service geared toward men.
The deadline to enroll for healthcare is quickly approaching. Reverend Carlton Mahone from Bethel CME Church in Macon stopped by 41 Today to talk about how the church is helping the community sign up for health insurance.
Perry police say a man killed himself during a standoff Tuesday morning.