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Residents opposed to the proposed shopping center along Zebulon Road listen to Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission last month at Macon City Hall.
The signs of life downtown seem to be growing on an almost daily basis. It seems each week there is talk of a new residence development, restaurant, nightlife spot or a new small business retail shop.
Macon and Warner Robins drivers paid less for gas this year than they did in 2012, a new survey shows.
Stephen Lawson heard about a cleanup program in Columbus, and went to work in January to take community service workers from Macon’s Municipal Court to litter-ridden road sides.
Seven of the nine members of the new Cherry Street Cycles racing team pose for a photo with Macon Mayor Robert Reichert after the team is announced at the Macon bicycle shop last week.
Each Thursday, a Georgia Department of Labor representative joins 13WMAZ to share several open jobs in the Central Georgia area.
Lawyers for accused killer Stephen McDaniel are expected to argue in a pretrial hearing Thursday that McDaniel’s supposed confession about sneaking into apartments and taking condoms at the complex where he and his alleged victim lived was improperly obtained.
Christmas came early for dozens of people in north Macon. River Edge, a center that provides a variety of mental and physical health services, held a Christmas gala equipped with Santa and his elves to bring in the holiday cheer.
The woman told police they had just passed 3241 Houston Ave. when four individuals started yelling and running toward them.
WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPH Macon, Georgia, 12/09/2013: Rain falls on Corner Terrace in Payne City on a recent afternoon.
Scott McIntyre/Staff FGCU's Sherwood Brown drives through Mercer University's Langston Hall to the basket during the final game of the Atlantic Sun Basketball Championship at Mercer University in Macon, Ga.
Work has not started on the Renaissance on the River development planned for a 12-acre site on Riverside Drive, so two parcels of land are being handed back to the city of Macon.
It is a far cry from his beginnings in Warner Robins where he played the drums at Northside High School.
The Christmas season doesn’t begin the first time Lauren Rutherford hears “Joy to the World” on the radio.
Like many college students, Hannah Merritt spent Tuesday in Middle Georgia State College’s library, devoting most of her time to a paper that is due.