What’s open, what’s not for Fourth of July holiday

July 2, 2013 

Banks: American Pride Bank, Bank of America, BB&T, Capital City Bank, CB&T Bank of Middle Georgia, CertusBank, Colony Bank, Heritage Bank of the South, MidSouth Federal Credit Union, Robins Federal Credit Union, State Bank & Trust, SunMark Community Bank, SunTrust Bank and Wells Fargo will be closed Thursday.

Government offices: Offices for the cities of Byron, Forsyth, Fort Valley, Gray, Jeffersonville and Roberta as well as offices for Crawford, Jones, Peach and Twiggs counties will be closed Thursday. The cities of Centerville, Jeffersonville, Macon and Warner Robins as well as Bibb, Houston and Monroe counties will be closed Thursday and Friday. The Department of Family and Children Services, the Labor Department and federal courts will be closed Thursday. State Court will be closed Thursday and Friday. Municipal Court will be closed Thursday and Friday, and all cases scheduled for Friday have been moved to July 25.

Mail delivery: No delivery Thursday. The Mulberry Street, Pio Nono Avenue and Riverside Drive locations will close at noon Friday.

Garbage: Garbage routes in the cities of Byron, Centerville, Fort Valley, Macon, Perry and Warner Robins as well as Bibb, Crawford, Houston and Peach counties will be a day behind. Garbage routes in Forsyth and Gray will not run Thursday but will run Friday.

Libraries: The libraries in Houston and Peach counties will be closed Thursday. The Middle Georgia Regional Library and branches will close at 3 p.m. Wednesday and will be closed Thursday.

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