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Delta’s donate supplies to aid Haitian families
Members of the Milledgeville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority donated much-needed supplies to Project Haiti Heart Thursday to help make the lives of children and families overseas a little easier.
Leaders to talk state issues at Eggs & Issues
The final installment of this year’s Eggs & Issues series will focus on the Georgia General Assembly and legislative issues.
Retiring educator gives back as her way of life
Hailing from Richland, a small southwest Georgia town, Brenda Brown wasted no time jumping right into the workforce during her teenage years. The Georgia Military College family member since 1985 finally says farewell to her loving school and students as she leaves her community service efforts and legacy behind.
Hobby Lobby part of N. Columbia corridor growth
In recent months, North Columbia Street business openings by Petsense, LongHorn Steakhouse, Firehouse Subs, Hibachi Express and Hillcrest Urgent Care signify positive Milledgeville momentum.
Local hero honored as Holocaust liberator
A Georgia Military College alumnus, the memory of late Jake Goldstein as one who helped liberate the concentration camps during World War II will be honored IN an exhibit shown at Georgia College.
Prison murder trial ends in guilty verdict
A prison murder case began Tuesday at the Baldwin County Courthouse and ended promptly the following day with a guilty verdict.
Ethics board member disqualified
An oversight during the City of Milledgeville’s Board of Ethics appointments disqualifies one of the three members from serving.
Georgia Cancer Support plans events to aid patients
More than 130 cancer patients in the central Georgia area have received aid in the form of funds, supplies, transportation or just companionship since Georgia Cancer Support (GCS) was established in 2011.
Deal: Dubai company plans to build Ga. plant
Gov. Nathan Deal says a company based in Dubai plans to build a manufacturing plant in Murray County with the goal of creating 200 jobs over the next three years.
MPD Explorer Academy slated in June
The Milledgeville Police Department Junior Police Explorer Academy will take place Monday, June 24 through Friday, June 28. The Academy is open to youth ages 12 to 18 years old, who are interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement.
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