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Land bank could address local blight
The altered “Georgia Land Bank Act”, passed by the 2012 General Assembly as Senate Bill 284, still offers local governments a mechanism to return dilapidated, abandoned and tax delinquent properties to productive use.
- SCA kindergarten class graduates
- City has balanced budget prepared
- Lake-goers urged to take precaution on the waters
- Complete Streets ordinance back with changes
- Land bank could address local blight
American Legion Bingo hopes to have lucky number
Most would agree that Mondays are the least favorite of all the days, but Monday nights could become the luckiest night of the week.
- Band director switches gears to a new calling
- Blue Star dedication becomes first in its class
- Longtime children’s librarian places final book on shelf
- Movie extra excited to premiere in historical film
- American Legion Bingo hopes to have lucky number
The family of T.H. Clark founded the Milledgeville division of Coca-Cola in 1913. After operating on N. Wayne St, the business moved to its current U.S. Highway 22 location by 1973. The local Coke plant employs 20.
Milledgeville Coca-Cola 100 years strong
The Coca-Cola Company holds on to history. Southeast territories within the six-state Coca-Cola Bottling Company United region remain defined by wagon wheel franchises put together after the 1902 start in Birmingham, Ala.
- Duo flexes to inspire, motivate
- Hobby Lobby part of N. Columbia corridor growth
- Seafood market owner marks expansion, overcomes adversity
- Arts and crafts store moves downtown
- Milledgeville Coca-Cola 100 years strong
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Back row (l to r): Eric Ward, cousin; Debra Jordan, mother; Gerald Jordan Jr., brother; and Gerald Jordan, father. Front row: Aeiress Jordan, sister; Beatrice Walls, grandmother; Jalleyah Jordan; and Emma Jordan, grandmother.
BHS track athlete signs with Albany State
Paving the way for other future Bravettes, Baldwin High track athlete Jalleyah Jordan signed a scholarship Wednesday to run for Albany State University next year.
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Distance runner Mitchell a natural learner
- Millersville players help couple resuscitate ailing child
- GMC Prep girls capture third in state
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Trojan’s Boone a true track guy
- BHS track athlete signs with Albany State
EDITORIAL: Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
Distrust of government secrecy has been elevated to an exceptional level with the disclosure the Justice Department covertly examined two months of Associated Press phone records to determine who leaked details to the AP about a foiled terrorist plot.
- EDITORIAL: Community forum a chance to weigh in on litter issue
- Public trust hinges on how city responds complaint
- Offer suggestions, take heed of traffic concerns
- EDITORIAL: Read first, then formulate questions, opinions
- EDITORIAL: Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
GC students hope to reform education in low-performing communities
Georgia College senior Audrey Smith’s belief in the ‘American dream’ has inspired her to help young citizens realize that dream through the power of education.
- Tea Party Patriots urge end to fear-mongering over cuts
- Position Statement on Amendment 2
- ORMC attempts to put ‘Bed Tax’ rumors to rest
- Shocked at statements made by Paul Broun
- GC students hope to reform education in low-performing communities
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