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.
Houston County District Attorney George Hartwig speaks to the media after Homer Ridley III of Warner Robins was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole after pleading guilty to a 1994 murder.
Houston County Assistant District Attorney Clif Woody goes over details of a 1988 rape committed by Homer Ridley III to Superior Court Judge G.E. "Bo" Adams. Adams sentenced Ridley to life in prison with the possibility of parole for the rape.
The Telegraph, Mercer University, Navicent Health and community partners awarded $130,000 in scholarships for Middle Georgia students to attend college. Awards were given Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at a luncheon at Mercer.
The Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon held a Zoo Crew in Training workshop Thursday, June 7, 2018, with trainees getting to shadow the mini-zoo staff. The workshop was limited to five trainees with three more sessions scheduled over the summer.
Hillis “Al” Cunliffe and Dave Kowalski visited the Museum of Aviation Monday to view the C-7A Caribou and help answer questions to restoration crews. Cunliffe and Kowalski are Air Force veterans and former crew chiefs on the C-7As.
Deniese Cail, of Byron, Georgia, explains why she is mourning the death of one of her son's convicted killers. Melissa Burgeson died in April while serving a life sentence in the 1992 killing of 17-year-old Keith Young, of Warner Robins.
Peach grower Robert Dickey of Musella, Ga., said Thursday, May 31, 2018, that the crop is much better than last year, but recent rains have created challenges for getting the fruit out of the orchards.
Patricia Ross, director of the Georgia VECTR Center talks about the audition of dormitory housing for students who are active-duty military members leaving the service. The dorm will have 33 rooms initially and eventually will offer 70 rooms.
The Bibb County sheriff’s office responded Thursday, May 24, 2018, to a report of an unresponsive infant at 1113 Cochran Avenue. Investigators are trying to determine whether foul play is involved in the 2-month-old’s death.