MILLEDGEVILLE — Digital Bridges Open Computer Clinic is open from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Knight Community Innovation Center, 127 W. Hancock St. Work station availability is limited. The clinic is designed to teach basic skills to adult beginning computer users. Participants may come with specific questions or for general knowledge. For more information, call (478) 387-0254 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your slot or to volunteer.
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GC Wellness Center recognized with awards
Georgia College’s Wellness and Recreation Center recently brought home several awards ranking it as one of the top facilities in the nation.
BOOST initiative provides downtown grants
In celebration of Georgia’s Small Business week, the Downtown Development Authority announced a new downtown incentive program called BOOST. The Downtown Milledgeville Investment Group is designed to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs with funding needs.
SCA expands academic offerings
Since Sinclair Baptist Church created Sinclair Christian Academy (SCA) as its ministry in 2006, not only has student enrollment increased, but academic offerings at the school have expanded with tuition covering 100 percent of its funding with the help of donations and fundraisers.
Record amount of cargo passes through Ga. ports
Georgia Ports Authority officials say a record 2.4 million tons of cargo moved through the state's ports in April.
UGA to offer benefits to domestic partners
University of Georgia officials have announced the school will extend some benefits to domestic partners similar to what married couples receive.
Runaway teen comes back
The 16-year-old girl, missing since May 2, is back in Milledgeville.
Local woman wins $50K in lottery
A local woman is $50,000 wealthier following a weekend lottery win.
City ethics panel meets to get organized prior to discussing complaint
The City of Milledgeville’s ethics board held its first meeting Monday to discuss the functions of the three-member board and the process for addressing its first complaint.
Atlanta council considers 20-story Ferris wheel
The Atlanta City Council is expected to consider a request to construct a Ferris wheel once used in Paris that would soar 20 stories over downtown Atlanta.
ORHF donation supports hospital’s MRI program
The Oconee Regional Medical Center’s (ORMC) radiology department is able to offer advanced diagnostic technology for patient comfort with the gift of $229,000 from the donors and volunteers of the Oconee Regional Healthcare Foundation (ORHF) and SHINE (See How Investments Nurture Everyone).
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