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.
Several events are planned for this month and May.
Judge William C. Randall is speaking out against the board of elections after it allowed his opponent to remain in the race, even though she didn't properly fill out her qualifying paperwork.
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Social media is everywhere. Kids are tweeting, Instagramming, Facebooking, Snapchatting, and participating in all kinds of social sites. They're also starting a young age. Beth Bumsed and Kathleen Gettman from First Presbyterian Day School stopped by Daybreak to tell us about an upcoming conference to help parents keep up with this social media world.
Teen hit by car on Riverside Drive.
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.
A recently FDA approved drug has State Attorney General Sam Olens worried that it could kill our children. The drug, Zohydro ER, is a pain killer. Olens says it is easy to abuse and he is trying to get the federal government to pull the pill.
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.
GVRA is hosting a veterans job fair in Macon on April 10th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bibb Sheriff investigators arrested 18-year-old Jerald Reshad Lester on aggravated assault charges from a Sunday morning shooting.
Deal signs House Bill 896
An apartment complex in Warner Robins is offering a $500 to anyone who can help them catch two men who stole rent money from the drop box.
The president of the Macon-Bibb NAACP is asking a grand jury to decide if Bibb County Deputy Clayton Sutton should face charges for a recent shooting that happened on March 20th.
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..
April is Autism Awareness month. This weekend, you can ride a bicycle to help local families who have children on the autism spectrum. Janet Ward from Central Georgia Autism and John Cozart from Big Ring Racing stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about the “A Journey for Autism” ride.
Mercer professors volunteered to take a pie to the face Thursday, to raise money for local nonprofit, Jay's Hope.
54-year-old Willie James Thomas was reporting missing early Monday morning by staff at Whispering Pines Personal Care Home on Highway 41.
24 people applied for the Bibb Superintendent position. 18 are from Georgia.
Sanchez Robinson murdered by family friend.
Back City Woods will play at Turner Field before the Braves game on April 12.
First Presbyterian Day School is honored to be named the host venue for the 2014 Special Olympics Georgia, AREA 7 Track and Field Event. Activities are scheduled for Thursday, April 17 at the Dick Frame Track and Field Complex inside George S. Johnson Stadium.
Sandy the Kitty visits from Macon Purrs N Paws
Macon-Bibb commissioner Mallory Jones is asking U.S. Attorney Michael Moore to investigate former Bibb County Schools superintendent, Dr. Romain Dallemand.
Mayor Robert Reichert joined more than 1,500 city mayors across the nation Tuesday afternoon to recognize the Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service.
Postseason awards keep rolling in for Mercer senior point guard Langston Hall, as the Atlanta native was named to the Associated Press All-America honorable mention list on Monday evening.
Mercer point guard Langston Hall will take his talents to North Texas for Final Four weekend, as the senior earned a roster spot for the 2014 Reese’s Division I College All-Star game as announced by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) on Tuesday.
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.
Braves fans are hoping for another division title even though the team's pitching staff was hit hard by injuries during spring training.
The Mercer University football team is set to hit the field for the second annual Spring Game on Saturday, April 5 at Mercer University Stadium. The game – which is free of charge for spectators – is set for a 3 p.m. kickoff.
A fire Monday night at Palm Tree Inn Extended Stay forces occupants outside.
Riding a program-record four-game winning streak, the Mercer men’s lacrosse team made its debut in the Receiving Votes section of the Warrior Division I Men’s Media Top-20 poll as released by Inside Lacrosse on Monday.
Thanks to a pair of dominant outings on the mound, junior Dimitri Kourtis was honored by being named the Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week on Monday afternoon.
GDOC is investigating after inmate Jeffrey Lee McDonald died after a fight at Central State Prison.
The clock is ticking! The deadline to sign up for health care under the Affordable Care Act is Monday, March 31st at midnight.
Some students across Middle Georgia are on spring break and with the summer only months away, many of us are gearing up to enjoy the beautiful sunny weather. But before you go outdoors, you have to take steps to protect yourself. Maggie McCune from Community Health Works stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about skin cancer.
The Mercer baseball team used an offensive explosion in game one and a strong starting pitching performance in game two to sweep a doubleheader from North Florida on Sunday afternoon at Claude Smith Field.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office is investigating a hit and run that happened Saturday night on Eisenhower Parkway.
Bad weather forced Saturday's Pink Pancake Breakfast, an annual tradition during the Cherry Blossom Festival, to Sunday.
The Mercer baseball team was held to a season-low two hits in a series opening 6-3 loss to North Florida on Saturday evening at Claude Smith Field.
Due to steady rain falling throughout the day Friday, the Mercer baseball team's Atlantic Sun Conference weekend series against North Florida has been completely rescheduled.
After a landmark season for the Mercer men's basketball team concluded in the NCAA Round of 32, senior point guard Langston Hall and head coach Bob Hoffman were named finalists for CollegeInsider.com postseason specialty awards this week.
54-year-old Anthony Johnson is on the run.
According to festival Director Linda Maddox, the Cherry Blossom Festival will open Saturday at 1 p.m.
State Rep. James Beverly announced plans to pave and patch up one of east Macon's worst intersections.
44-year old Timothy Walker of Macon walked in front of a car and was hit this morning on Spring Street near Riverside Drive, according to deputies.
Candidate for governor, David Pennington, stopped in Macon Thursday afternoon to speak with local Republicans.
Scott was sentenced to 40 years behind bars for what police described as a random killing.