What’s open, what’s not for Thanksgiving

November 26, 2013 

What’s open, what’s not for Thanksgiving

Banks: Bank of America, BB&T, CertusBank, MidSouth Federal Credit Union, Robins Federal Credit Union, SunTrust Bank and Wells Fargo will be closed Thursday. American Pride Bank and CB&T Bank of Middle Georgia will be closed Thursday and at noon Friday. Colony Bank will be closed Thursday and at 1 p.m. Friday. Capital City Bank and State Bank and Trust will be closed Thursday and at 4 p.m. Friday. Heritage Bank of the South will be closed Thursday and Friday with drive-thru only open 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday. SunMark Community Bank will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Government offices: Offices for the cities of Byron, Centerville, Gray, Jeffersonville, Macon, Perry, Roberta and Warner Robins and for the counties of Bibb, Houston, Jones, Peach and Twiggs will be closed Thursday and Friday. Offices for the cities of Forsyth and Fort Valley and for the counties of Crawford and Monroe will close at noon Wednesday and will be closed Thursday and Friday.

The Department of Family and Children Services, the Labor Department and state courts will be closed Thursday and Friday. Federal courts will be closed Thursday.

Mail delivery: No delivery on Thursday.

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

Libraries: The libraries in Houston and Peach counties will be closed Thursday and Friday. The Middle Georgia Regional Library and its branches will close at 6 p.m. Wednesday and will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Grocery stores: Kroger stores will be open regular hours Thursday. Publix stores will be closed Thursday.

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