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Job creation is the number one goal for the redevelopment authority at Central State Hospital in Milledgeville.
The Georgia Military College football team continues its climb in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Top 20 poll.
GMC Prep School remembered those whose lives were lost 13 years ago and those lost on the battlefield in a unique way.
Some residents in Milledgeville filed another ethics complaint, but this time it is against one city council member.
The City of Milledgeville held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new economic development center.
An assistant manager at a Sears store in Milledgeville was arrested for stealing.
The flu season is almost upon us, so to spread the word on the flu shot, we at Daybreak decided to get our flu shots live.
Would you like to help your favorite animal shelter win $1000? Here's how.
The City of Milledgeville recently received two awards during the Georgia Downtown Associations conference.
12-year-old Marcus Reynolds doesn't come from a family of golfers.
Bill Shanks talks with GMC's head football coach, Steven Simpson, in this episode of the Coaches' Corner.
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.
Two graduates of Georgia Military College were critically wounded during the attack in Afghanistan that killed Maj. Gen. Harold Greene on Tuesday.
Baldwin County officials, friends and family of Charles Johnson gathered at Williams Funeral Home Chapel in Milledgeville
Baldwin County's 12U baseball team hasn't been to the Dixie Youth World Series since 1963. That will change this weekend.
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.
Bill Shanks interviews head football coach of John Milledge Academy, J.T. Wall, to discuss the upcoming 2014 season.
This weekend golf players from across the nation will Milledgeville for a special kind of tournament. Bill Eason stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the Georgia State Amputee Golf Tournament.
A Baldwin County church is hosting a camp over the next several months geared at uplifting and motivating youth.
If you're looking to celebrate the 4th of July with live entertainment and fireworks then you may want to head over to Milledgeville.
A joint operation led to nine people arrested on pimping and prostitution charges.
Complaints of an attempted child abduction later reported as false statements.
32-year-old Ronald Alexander Hyman of Sparta is behind bars after a spree of crimes in Wilkinson, Hancock, and Baldwin counties.
Missing Marcus S. Hurt found.
Council members and Mayor decided the fate of Barry Jarrett's position as City Manager.
The mayor of Milledgeville is asking city council to decide if city manager should lose his job over "retaliation" remarks.
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office says the GBI arrested and brought in the former Ivey police chief.
A man was arrested in connection with an armed robbery at Milledgeville's Wireless Express.
Milledgeville police arrested an accused child molester after an extensive investigation.
Georgia Military College is getting bigger. School leaders announced Friday they are opening a new campus in Fayetteville.
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.
The Georgia College golf team will still be participating in “Meet the Bobcats” night at Zaxby’s, but the date has been changed due to scheduling conflicts. Originally scheduled for this Wednesday, the event is now slated to take place Monday April 21 from 5-8 p.m.
The No. 9 Georgia College baseball team (22-5) will have to wait another day to take on Carson-Newman (17-16), as rainy weather washed out Saturday's single game, shortening the three-game set to just a doubleheader Sunday, March 30 beginning at noon.
The Georgia College softball team wishes to recognize survivors and help bring awareness to finding a cure for cancer at a softball doubleheader Sunday, March 30 against Flagler College.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) released its most recent national team rankings Wednesday, with Georgia College Women's Tennis taking No. 26 in the nation.
The Georgia College men's and women's tennis matches against Young Harris College scheduled for Saturday have been moved to Thursday, April 10.
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.
The No. 27 Georgia College women’s tennis team (11-4) nearly swept singles action in a victory over NAIA powerhouse Brenau University (8-7), 6-3 Wednesday at the Centennial Center Tennis Facility.
The Georgia College men’s golf team reaffirmed its position as one of Division II’s top programs in the nation today, earning the No. 17 and No. 16 spots in both the Golfstat Relative Rankings and the Golf World/Nike Golf Division II College Coaches’ Poll respectively.
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.
41NBC caught up with the new president of Georgia Military College to find out his goals and challenges of taking on the new role.
A trolley in Milledgeville is vandalized.
A series of burglaries is suspected to be from a recent escapee.