Telegraph columnist Ed Grisamore spent 11 hours driving 177 miles across Middle Georgia to see what you’re up to this summer. From Macon to Warner Robins to Montezuma and beyond, maybe he caught you in action.
Pat Donnelly, a resident at The Gables at Wolf Creek retirement community in Macon, Georgia, gives American flags to her neighbors. There are 46 flags flying in the gated community of 82 homes as July 4, 2018 approaches.
When Sarah Tapley retires from Loaves & Fishes in Macon, Georgia, at the end of June 2018, the downtown ministry will lose an institution. She has been with the group for 30 years as a volunteer, board member and employee.
Macon, Georgia, resident Derrick Pendergrass, who is a licensed marriage and family therapist, is visually impaired. The dad and his 5-year-old son, Corbin, will celebrate Father's Day on Sunday, June 17, 2018.
Olivia Deese, a student at the Academy of Classical Education in Macon, Georgia, will compete in the finals of the National History Day contest at the University of Maryland. Her project was on nurse Dr. Lolita Garcia Rutland.
Pet groomers Paul and Alice Williams are celebrating their 50th year of marriage in 2018. They are the owners of Macon, Georgia's, famous pink poodle, Blossom, who makes an appearance during the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Lee Hencely has preached the Gospel on busy street corners and in pot-holed parking lots. This Easter, he will preach at the Ye Darm Church on Vineville Avenue after he picks up worshippers in a donated van.
Don Daniel and Denise Collins, who are across-the-road neighbors in the tiny community of Blount in north Monroe County, share a passion for trains. Collins had a three-room replica of a train depot built in her backyard to display their impressiv