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Friday Mar 7
County residents waiting for better dirt roads
Last summer, Baldwin County leadership reported on the poor condition of several dirt roads used as major thoroughfares and the plans to fix them.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
First Friday to 'Celebrate Our Roots'
This week's First Friday event will "Celebrate Our Roots" as Milledgeville-Baldwin County's history will be remembered and highlighted from 6 to 9 p.m. in downtown.
County begins revenue stream evaluations
"This will generate discussions and try to get a plan of action for us to tackle these issues," McMullen said Tuesday.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Bishop to preside at St. Stephen's Ash Wednesday service
Bishop Robert Wright, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, which includes Milledgeville, will preside and preach at a service of Holy Communion with imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday.
Distinguished Young Women titles awarded
The local Distinguished Young Women program awarded Bronte Joseph the title of DYW of Milledgeville and Jolena Yao with the title of DYW of Baldwin County during the program's showcase over the weekend.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Candidates qualify for nonpartisan races
Three Milledgeville residents qualified for nonpartisan elections as the qualifying period opened Monday morning.
County pool teardown begins
Baldwin County has decided to officially cover the closed community pool facility at Walter B. Williams Park.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Development Authority says industry interest increasing
The Milledgeville-Baldwin County Development Authority created a simple, yet enterprising industrial tax abatement schedule that will soon be approved by the City of Milledgeville.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Alliance Financial Partners joins Habitat Adopt-a-Home Program
Financial Planner Ed Weimer represents the new partnership between Alliance Financial Partners and Habitat for Humanity Milledgeville-Baldwin County through sponsorship of the Adopt-a-Home Program.
School superintendent perseveres to break barriers
The first African American woman to serve as superintendent for Baldwin County Schools, Geneva Braziel never deterred from her path toward success because she was determined to make a difference in the lives of young learners.
GC group aims to feed local schoolchildren
The Georgia College student organization Bobcats Against Hunger nears a fundraising goal of $12,500 to provide thousands of healthy meals to the Baldwin County public school system.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Macon Telegraph
Milledgeville pastor dies in Lake Sinclair accident
Wendell Ray Thomas, 75, was found dead in his submerged 2003 Dodge Dakota 4-door pickup shortly after 3 p.m. Monday near the boat ramp at Sinclair Marina, said Capt.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Welcome to the jungle Distinguished Young Women
Nine high school juniors are vying for one of two coveted Distinguished Young Women titles during the local program's showcase this week.
The Macon Telegraph
Big land purchase will spur industrial park project
When the east side and the west side of the Fall Line Freeway finally meet at U.S. 441 below Milledgeville, there’s going to be an industrial park because of a big land purchase now in its final stages.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Broun opens district office, speaks on CSH
U.S. Congressman Dr. Paul Broun of the 10th District welcomed residents and students to the new Milledgeville district office located on the fourth floor of the Powell Building at the Central State Hospital campus Thursday.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The Macon Telegraph
Handcuffed Milledgeville woman leads chase in stolen patrol car
Bobbi Bryant, 31, of Milledgeville, faces multiple charges following the high speed chase in Baldwin and Hancock counties last week.
New prosecutor returns to finding justice for victims
Jones County's newest assistant district attorney is no stranger to Jones County or the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit.
PHOTOS: Midway students learn about healthy habits
Midway Elementary School students in grades three through five received lessons about the importance of good hygiene and healthy habits during the second annual health fair Wednesday.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Hold on executions affects central ga. case
Their son, a Baldwin County deputy, was gunned down by a robber who was sentenced to die for the crime.