The Telegraph captured five writing and nine photography and graphics awards during the Georgia Associated Press Media Editors 2013 newspaper competition.
Among the honors announced Saturday was a first-place award for best website.
The Telegraph also received first place awards for beat reporting, feature photo, sports action photo, sports feature photo and photo illustration.
Heres a look at the Telegraphs winners in Division 3, for newspapers with a circulation of 40,000 or greater:
Beat reporting: first place, Amy Leigh Womack, for her overall coverage of crime and courts.
Public service: second place, Heather Duncan, Safety at Risk, an examination of discipline problems within the Bibb County school system; third place, Heather Duncan, Plant Scherer ash pond worries neighbors, about residents health concerns over Plant Scherers ash pond.
Deadline reporting: second place, Amy Leigh Womack and Joe Kovac Jr., Victim didnt have a mean bone in her body, about the slaying of Linda Hunnicutt at a Gray Highway gas station.
Feature writing: third place, Amy Leigh Womack and Joe Kovac Jr., Night of Panic, about the frantic search for slain Mercer University law graduate Lauren Giddings.
Best website: first place, macon.com, Ben Yoder and Telegraph staff.
Graphics and illustrations: second place, Erin Ivanov, Houston, Peach SPLOST; third place, Erin Ivanov, 2011 Traffic Fatalities.
Spot news photo: third place, Beau Cabell, Carried to court.
Feature photo: first place, Beau Cabell, Mach Pride.
Sports action photo: first place, Beau Cabell, Soap Box Derby crash.
Sports feature photo: first place, Beau Cabell, Baseball flip.
Picture story: second place, Woody Marshall, Salamander Springs.
Photo illustration: first place, Jason Vorhees, Helmet cam.
Portfolio: third place, Woody Marshall.
Entries were judged by newspaper editors from the state of Michigan. The Associated Press is a not-for-profit news cooperative representing 1,500 newspapers and 5,000 broadcast stations in the United States.