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CSH board forms state property task force
The Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority (CSHLRA) introduced a “Central State Hospital Legislative Initiative” Wednesday.
Merritt Professional Carpet Cleaning takes pride in reputation
At Merritt Professional Carpet Cleaning and Restoration, the mission isn’t at all complex.
Live music, entertainment featured at Tuesday market
Live entertainment and market incentives were a couple of features the Milledgeville Marketplace Farmers’ Market Committee wanted to provide during the 2013 farmers market season.
County Kias first sold to governmental agency
Law enforcement duty obligates a willingness to change with the times. Non-traditional thinking helps officers better serve the community, while making best use of citizens’ tax dollars.
Local leaders complete economic development training
Five Baldwin County representatives are among the graduates of the 2013 Region 6 Multi-Day Training Program presented by the Georgia Academy for Economic Development.
Bobby Brown Insurance offers a personal level of care to clients
Local business owner Bobby Brown looks forward to Mondays.
Allied Arts sale features hundreds of donated items
The community has donated hundreds of unique items to the Friends of Allied Arts’ Great American Yard Sale to support improvement projects at the Marlor House.
Goldstein legacy honored with House Resolution
State Rep. Rusty Kidd (I-Milledgeville) adopted a House Resolution in March to honor the life and memory of Jake Goldstein, a distinguished citizen within the community who passed away in January. Wife Maxine Goldstein said she is grateful for the honor paying tribute to the legacy of her husband of 66 years.
Summit highlights workforce related issues within region
The Middle Georgia Economic Alliance (MGEA) is hosting a workforce summit in Milledgeville next week to address the new realities facing the workforce development issues in the central Georgia area.
City hears Shaw repurpose proposal
A business incubator concept grew legs this week.
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