Chatting duo create ChatterBox Designs
Long-time friends Michelle Evans and Jana Wall have always enjoyed each others company and chatting about the days events, gossip, or just about life’s crazy moments.
Golf Cart City handles popular demand
Golf Cart City (GCC) owner Darrell Brantley purchased the outfit in 2007 and has seen the cart business grow ever since.
Wilkinson Insurance delivers service and holiday cheer
Whether you need to protect your car, home, life, rental property, get tax advice, or rollover a 401(k), Wilkinson Insurance can take care of it all. For more than 37 years, Wilkinson Insurance has taken care of all insurance needs for residents of Middle Georgia by providing quick and reliable service.
Sew K Designs offers custom embroidery since 1988
Karin Smith was born in Holland, raised in Hong Kong and studied in London, but her world adventures eventually brought her to settle down in Milledgeville nearly 50 years ago with the love of her life. While her husband, Nat, was stationed in Germany, Karin found her passion and niche for embroidering.
IT Systems celebrates five years of service
What started out as just an idea has grown into five years of outstanding service. Located at 159 Garrett Way is IT Systems, which celebrates its fifth year of dependable service and more than 4,600 computers repaired this year.
Primecare hopes to create smiles, warmth
The Flournoy family hopes to keep seniors and disabled persons bundled up this holiday season with community support as they "Cover with Love."
Games Bazaar reintroduces old school video game market
Milledgeville finally has a place to buy, trade and sell old video game systems. Games Bazaar welcomes vintage Sega Genesis or Sony Playstation consoles.
Dixie Leathers adds lace and style to Milledgeville
Owners Wayne and Gail Hickman of Dixie Leathers and Lace have added women's formal wear and formal event services to their inventory, adding elegance and style to any occasion.
Historic family-run business holds grand reopening
After 126 years of business, the family-run J.C. Grant Company in downtown Milledgeville has continued to thrive and hopes to prosper even more with its newly renovated interior and expanded jewelry lines and gift offerings.
Varsity Ink continues tradition
Hattaway Screen Printing left its Milledgeville mark for decades. Recently, Robbie Hattaway decided to explore other ventures, so he sold the brand to Varsity Ink.
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