Pastor Andy Cook, founder of Experience Israel Now, visits an aqueduct at Caesarea Maritima in Israel. Historians know Caesarea as the most modern city Herod the Great ever built, and Cook explains its connection to the Bible.
Peach County’s Christine Watson is leader of a team of Middle Georgians involved with IJM who are planning a May 20 prayer gathering focusing on ending global slavery and the rescue of those enslaved through human trafficking.
The First Baptist Church of Christ and the First Baptist Church of Macon will have a joint service Sunday, May 24, 2015 for the first time. In preparation the service the two choirs rehearsed May 20, 2015.
The Grand Opera House received $2.9 million in special purpose local option sales tax for renovations. Phase one of renovations was completed last summer. This summer, phase two begins with the re-purposing of an old storage room.
The judge in the trial of a man accused of robbing and killing a Mercer University basketball player during a drug deal two years ago declared a mistrial Tuesday after an apparent prosecutorial misstep during opening statements.
Earl Colvin, director of facilities for Jones County schools, talks about the improvements to Jones County High and what the timeline is for completion. Among improvements are a new athletic building and College and Career Academy.
Macon-Bibb County 911 calls capture the shooting death of armed robbery suspect Shamir De’Angelo Terry at the hands of Bibb sheriff’s deputies on June 2, 2018, near the Circle K and Applebee’s on Riverside Drive.
As engineers mark out places for new parking meters in downtown Macon on Friday, June 15, 2018, resident Drew Jennings says he hopes they will provide some consistency to the parking enforcement rules.