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.
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Sell-out crowd in town for 25th annual Georgia Allman Brothers Band Association festival
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.
New artistic director Alice Sheridan says there's a lot that's new in the 33rd season of the Nutcracker of Middle Georgia. The ballet brings in top professionals to dance with more than 100 local dancers and runs Dec. 6-10th at the Grand Opera House.
Richard Brent, director of collections and merchandise for the Big House -- the Allman Brothers Band's former home on Vineville Avenue in Macon -- describes activities planned for the sell-out crowd in town for the 25th annual Georgia Allman Brothers Band Association's festival.
Miss America 2016 Betty Cantrell debuted her first album at the Cox Capitol Theatre in downtown Macon Sept. 22, 2017. The Middle Georgia native is pursuing a country music career in Nashville and wrote the title song "Nicotine" and "Sway" for her fiancé and manager Spencer Maxwell.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources planted aquatic plants along the shore of Lake Sinclair Friday morning in a continued effort to support the fish habitat of Georgia lakes. Yamaha Marine Group helped provide financial support in the building of a new DNR greenhouse to grow aquatic plants to be placed throughout Georgia's waterways.