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  • Video: Scenes from the South Carolina floods

    Flooding from heavy rains in South Carolina during the first weekend in October displaced thousands and left even more without water. Amidst the chaos, neighbors pitched in to help save wedding dresses and couches, while the fire department distributed bottled water. (Video from The State and The Sun News; produced by Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

Flooding from heavy rains in South Carolina during the first weekend in October displaced thousands and left even more without water. Amidst the chaos, neighbors pitched in to help save wedding dresses and couches, while the fire department distributed bottled water. (Video from The State and The Sun News; produced by Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)
Flooding from heavy rains in South Carolina during the first weekend in October displaced thousands and left even more without water. Amidst the chaos, neighbors pitched in to help save wedding dresses and couches, while the fire department distributed bottled water. (Video from The State and The Sun News; produced by Natalie Fertig/McClatchy)

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Controversial call decides Peach County's state title fate

Man killed after vehicle overturned and landed in Rocky Creek 1:04

Man killed after vehicle overturned and landed in Rocky Creek

Bus riders, Macon heritage star in new murals 1:54

Bus riders, Macon heritage star in new murals

One family's eye-popping Christmas lights near Macon 1:14

One family's eye-popping Christmas lights near Macon

With not enough support, Graham-Cassidy health care bill vote scrapped 1:58

With not enough support, Graham-Cassidy health care bill vote scrapped

New coalition looks to market I-75 corridor 0:52

New coalition looks to market I-75 corridor

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon 1:17

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon

'It can be that way again' 1:33

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  • Poplar Street lights up for the holidays

    The Main Street Christmas Light Show Extravaganza on Poplar Street in downtown Macon has 250,000 lights timed with Christmas music. A grant from the Community Foundation of Central Georgia and NewTown Macon made the light show possible