Left, Andrew Aydin, policy adviser for Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), right, sign copies of their book “March” during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Left, Andrew Aydin, policy adviser for Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), right, sign copies of their book “March” during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Hannah L. McComsey Special to The Telegraph
Left, Andrew Aydin, policy adviser for Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), right, sign copies of their book “March” during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Hannah L. McComsey Special to The Telegraph

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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