Sonrise Corner Thrift Store generates $22,000 for SCA
Sonrise Corner Thrift Store is continuing to make progress in helping fund Sinclair Christian Academy’s (SCA) expenses, raising nearly $22,000 since opening in early November last year.
Rocket Roller Rink under new ownership after 42 years
New Rocket Roller Rink owners Brian and Stephanie Mixon recently joined with Michael and Chandra Brewer to purchase the 18,000-square-foot facility.
DUI school educates offenders of consequences, risks
Long time Milledgeville resident and parent Valarie Ford began her educational career with a passion to teach criminology at the university level before realizing her true aspiration was to help individuals stay out of the criminal justice system.
Charley Mac’s offers consigned plush trends, designers
Longtime friends and Milledgeville residents Alicia Edmonson and Robyn Simpson decided to form a business partnership and provide the community on a low budget with a unique store offering plush trends.
Custom Signs & Designs fills signage orders for 40 years
Custom Signs & Designs Owners Wendy and Preston Newsome have been creating and designing custom signs for various local businesses, organizations, churches and schools, bringing four decades worth of combined experience.
Maggie Lane offers trendy attire at new location
Maggie Lane has successfully been on the move since opening in Milledgeville in 2008, and has continued to offer a wide variety of apparel and accessories now at its new location in the Milledgeville Mall.
New businesses add spark to downtown
New entrepreneurship forecasts a spirited renewal in downtown Milledgeville, as several young business owners advance fresh trends for the college and overall community markets.
Grits presents south side history and country grub
With a deep history dating back to the 1930s, Grits’ Hardwick Street location offers home-cooked, southern food for an affordable price.
The Fun! Factory provides fun, safe destination for families
Partners Patti Rushin and Lori Heayberd opened The Fun! Factory in January 2011 after seeing a need for a safe, clean destination for parties and entertainment for the entire family’s enjoyment, with a focus on youth and teens, in the community and surrounding areas.
Herndon's Downtown looks to outfit the Southern gentlemen
Downtown Milledgeville continues blossoming into a culturally diverse place of commerce, entertainment and fashion.
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