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Macon's Russell Henley will play in his first U.S. Open as a professional.
Upcoming: Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's response to the President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech.
Country stars Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley are bringing their “Locked & Reloaded Tour” to Macon.
PERRY -- A training stint at the FBI National Academy captured the mind of George Potter and solidified an earlier decision to abandon an ambition to become a lawyer.
WARNER ROBINS -- The Houston County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday expect to approve a $50.1 million budget that doesn’t require a tax increase, and one reason for that might be a healthier workforce.
Two young women from Houston County finished in the top five in the Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen pageant Saturday night in Columbus.
Just as the movie cameras are capturing images of our historic Terminal Station, an old service garage located at Third and Plum Streets, plus the store fronts situated in an area of Second and Cherry Streets, ironically, Macon City Council has to deal with dilapidated houses.
University of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray talks about his expectations for the offense heading into the 2012 football season.