GeorgiaBob’s brings southern goodness to Milledgeville
There’s nothing quite like spending the evening with a plate piled high with chilled coleslaw and succulent barbecue. If your palate has a taste for traditional Southern barbecue, then stop by GeorgiaBob’s Barbecue on Hancock Street.
Classy Consignments invites shoppers, droppers
Living in Milledgeville for more than 25 years after retiring from the Secretary of State’s Office, Macon native Elaine Liester’s interest peaked for bringing the local community a consignment shop offering gently used furniture and home decor pieces.
Sessions by Joe meets fitness needs
Joe Williams worked an area chalk mine for 20 years until an injury took him out of the profession. Now, Williams serves as a full-time personal trainer for around 50 clients.
Curves kicks off new complete workout program
Milledgeville resident Janice Wilkes was hit with the realization that getting healthy could make a difference between life and death after losing her mother to health problems.
Central Georgia Battery offers same great service under different name
Central Georgia Battery will undergo a name change at the end of the month and become Battery Warehouse.
GRITS makes move downtown
For nearly four years GRITS brought affordable country cooking to the south side of Milledgeville.
Pure Chiropractic officially welcomed
The Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon to officially welcome Pure Chiropractic Milledgeville to the community.
Little Blessings offers gifts, attire galore
Melani Aycock’s love of children led her to follow her dream of dressing youth in fashionable, adorable attire at affordable prices.
The Lemon Tree available for unique, quick gifts
The Lemon Tree, owned by 24-year-old Shannon Stuart, provides customers with unique home accessory, Greek, teacher and jewelry gifts.
Business gives seniors ‘Caring Companions’ for life
After seeing a need for dependable and compassionate aid for dependent individuals in his hometown of Macon, Hugh Parker opened Caring Companions in January 2000, offering professional care and companionship as a licensed private home care provider.
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