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Iconic Nu-Way plans for reopening after fire still on hold

A year and a half after flames destroyed Macon’s iconic Cotton Avenue Nu-Way restaurant, it’s still unclear when the eatery might reopen and begin selling hotdogs again. The eatery shared a wall with another building, then-occupied by the Spivey, Pope, Green & Greer law firm. Gateway 75 LLC, owners of the neighboring building, have filed a lawsuit seeking payment from their insurer, Seneca Insurance Co. Nu-Way’s president, Jim Cacavias, said the restaurant company is waiting to see what will happen to the Gateway 75 building and with the possible development of the Willie C. Hill Government Annex building across the street before reopening downtown.

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Catching up on Scotty

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about McCullough Funeral Home and how much the staff had done for my family when my father passed away and how I thought of McCullough’s as a ministry to our community.

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