Macon's new Americana radio station, The Creek 100.9 FM, launched July 8. Station co-owner Brad Evans talks about their first days on the air and hosts a live performance at the station by local artist Maggie Renfroe.
The Creek 100.9 FM goes live in downtown Macon
Mary Persons opens football in Corky Kell Classic
Marine One pilot describes landing at White House to pick up president
Maconite who has piloted presidential helicopter reveals his not-so-cool call sign
It's 'cool every time,' Maconite says of flying the U.S. president
Georgia Tech program aims to attract state's top students
What to expect flying from Macon to the Baltimore-Washington airport
Inaugural flight from Macon to D.C. takes off
Randy Toms says city has 'gained much ground'
These school students are prepared for Monday's eclipse
Mercer Innovation Center helping businesses grow
Patient labeled 'criminal trespasser' is being wrongfully evicted, lawyer argues
First Presbyterian Day School first graders practice wearing solar eclipse glasses in preparation for Monday's eclipse. Science teacher Jenny Clausen showed each student in the elementary school how to properly wear the glasses. All students in grades one through twelve will get to view the eclipse with permission.
The Medical Center, Navicent Health in Macon, Georgia, is asking that a Bibb County judge order a Haitian man hospitalized after a spring car crash be discharged despite the man's lawyer's arguments that he's not yet ready to be released.
This episode of the Cop Shop Podcast, our audio journey into Macon-area police report oddities, includes items about a woman held at gunpoint after changing her baby's diaper; the story of a woman who splashed a Bibb County sheriff's deputy with beer; and the tale of some revealing revelers at Tallulah Falls Lake. Narrated by Telegraph reporter Joe Kovac Jr.