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Freedom Park Boxing Gym helps neighborhood kids build confidence

Gym Director James Hand says he's dedicated to helping keep kids out of the streets by getting them in the ring.
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Thousands in Milledgeville mourn death of Officer Christopher Monica

The city of Milledgeville said its final goodbye to Officer Christopher Monica who was tragically shot last Tuesday.
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Warner Robins City Council crunched for time on 2018 budget, discuss how they’ll pay $1.6 million in employee raises

Warner Robins has found itself in a bit of a budget bind. The 2018 budget was supposed to be approved on Monday night but, factoring in a $1.6 million raise to city employees like fireman and police put the council's plans on pause.
5 days ago
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Hundreds gather to remember slain Officer Curtis Billue

Word of Officer Curtis Billue's death alongside a fellow officer touched thousands across the nation, and brought hundreds in droves on Saturday to support his family in their final goodbye.
1 week ago
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GDOT breaks ground on I/16/I-75 interchange construction

The confusion at the I-75/I-16 interchange will soon come to an end. GDOT officials broke ground on some long awaited upgrades Friday--kicking Macon-Bibb's Pleasant Hill Mitigation Plan into high gear.
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Local City Recognized nationally for bringing people downtown

MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – After holding 121 promotional events and having 37 public improvement projects, Milledgeville got a national accreditation. The Main Street Accreditation is given to cities that meet requirements designed to better a community’s downtown area. Carlee Schulte is the Main Street Downtown Development Director and she worked hard, with help from others, […]
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Museum of Aviation to host ‘father’s day’ themed Food Truck Friday

The Museum of Aviation is inviting dads to come and compete for a special treat this Friday at the museum's weekly Food Truck Frenzy.
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Dublin businesses ban together to fund next phase of MLK Monument

Several local businesses in Dublin have donated $5,000 each toward completing the next phase of the Martin Luther King Monument.
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South Macon non profit to convert blight into Georgia’s first ‘Agrihood’

The Gateway Heights community is making some room to grow--a garden that is.
2 weeks ago
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Macon’s first Freedom School mixes culture in with lessons to minority youth

Public schools may be out but Freedom School is just getting back in session.