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If you’re remodeling or in the market for decorating supplies you might want to check out the Macon Area Habitat For Humanity ReStore. The store features items that are gently used and in some cases new. Everything the store sells is close to 50% off retail, because all of the items are donated by local […]
One Laurens County man has made an investment to reduce his dependence on rising gas prices. It’s one of the first Chevy Volts to hit Georgia roads. Tune in at 6 to learn how the car runs on electricity and see all its gadgets.
The holidays are over and now it’s time to toss out those trees. The Hawkinsville Better Hometown teamed up with “Keep Georgia Beautiful” and local businesses to help take those trees off your hand now until January 14th. There are 3 convenient locations for residents to drop off their trees. The locations for the drop […]
Filling a pool, heating it, and keeping it clean can be costly. It can also involve chemicals that aren’t good for you, or the environment. While it may seem a little strange to think about an outdoor swimming pool in mid-November, pool experts say winter is the perfect time to make a few changes that […]
In this weeks edition of going green and saving green we’re learning about green powered yard tools. Lowe’s representatives Lisa Kaczmarek and Chad Brown joined us on Daybreak Tuesday with a number of tools you can use without polluting the environment. The number of green powered yard tools on the market is quickly increasing. You have […]