Barbara Miles walks along Second Street in the rain on Tuesday. “I love it,” she said of the rain.
Barbara Miles walks along Second Street in the rain on Tuesday. “I love it,” she said of the rain. Woody Marshall wmarshall@macon.com
Barbara Miles walks along Second Street in the rain on Tuesday. “I love it,” she said of the rain. Woody Marshall wmarshall@macon.com

Macon’s 52-day record dry spell is over, but is the rain enough to bust the drought?

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    Police were dispatched Saturday morning to "a possible homicide" at a residence at Villa North Court, according to a Warner Robins police news release. Crime scene investigators remained on scene late Saturday afternoon with a section of the road blocked by a police car.