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After a year of renovations, Bragg next week will open an upscale arts and antique gallery at 530 Cherry St. called travis jean.
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WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPHKip Dingler puts floral sheeting on a parade float he is building for Taiwan representatives to ride in the Cherry Blossom Festival parade, Thursday at Central City Park in Macon.
8 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
A memorial of toys grew in front of the James Street house where three children died in February 0f 2013.
9 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
There are many people who pick up acoustic guitars and start playing and singing.
13 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
When a representative of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital first approached Warner Robins builder Jeff Liszewski about its Dream Home giveaway three years ago, he admittedly was hesitant.
17 hrs ago | The Macon Telegraph
Eric Jordan of Macon is the kind of person proponents of the Affordable Care Act say needs to sign up for coverage under the new law.
The unemployment rate rises in metro Macon to 7.7 percent in January, up slightly from 7.6 percent in December.
Officials arrested on Thursday a 19-year-old accused of shooting a man in the leg and driving off with his car in Macon last month.
Tera Ryan, president and executive director of Georgia Public Broadcasting Media, makes the keynote address at the 2014 Georgia Women of Achievement induction ceremony Thursday at Wesleyan College in Macon.
Actor Aaron Paul, center right, during a break in filming of "Need for Speed" on Hardeman Avenue in Macon on April 24, 2013.
In the year and a half since Walter Henley was fatally shot on his front porch on Fulton Mill Road, three brothers have been charged with murder in his death.
Macon-Bibb County firefighters were called at about 8 a.m., but did not find any evidence of a blaze.
Organizers expect up to 300 people, who will get a chance to visit with health care vendors as well as play bingo.
There is a man visiting Macon for the next three weeks who has one of the most unusual job titles on earth.
The time limit for restoring Steam Locomotive 509 to running condition is drawing near, and the old engine still sits in Central City Park, with only a tarp shielding it from further corrosion.
Bernard Bullard, 25, right, sits along with his attorneys Sam Hart Jr., center, and Brett Steger during his murder trial Tuesday afternoon.