Hobby Lobby part of N. Columbia corridor growth
In recent months, North Columbia Street business openings by Petsense, LongHorn Steakhouse, Firehouse Subs, Hibachi Express and Hillcrest Urgent Care signify positive Milledgeville momentum.
Seafood market owner marks expansion, overcomes adversity
The Market Basket, a fresh seafood market located on Allen Memorial Drive, is more than just a successful business for owner Natacha Knox.
Arts and crafts store moves downtown
A distinctive downtown Milledgeville business provides arts and crafts enthusiasts a safe haven where affordability, uniqueness and a quality items rule.
Tidal Wave presents fifth charity fundraiser Friday
Vehicle owners who pull into Tidal Wave Auto Spa today are in for more than just a car wash. From 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. all Tidal Wave locations, including the local business on North Columbia Street, will hold their annual charity fundraising event.
Local store-owner expands product, service offerings
Milledgeville native Brian Edwin Swanson’s career led him to working with the largest mobile network operator in the United States before he decided to begin offering customers similar services at a more affordable prices.
Southside tractor supplier still strong
Billy Brack’s Southside Equipment Company stands as a true iconic Milledgeville storefront. Starting in 1983 and still going strong 30 years later, Southside Equipment fills lawn, garden and tractor needs on the south side of town.
Blossoms Florist blooms in downtown Milledgeville
Mother-daughter duo Sabrah Braddy and Brandy Hudson-Adams have seen their full service florist business pick up during the past three years.
NEXus Pain Center offers relief to Milledgeville residents
If you've been living with pain and are in need of a remedy then you are going to love The NEXus Pain Center. NEXus Medical Holdings has expanded its services to Baldwin County with a new NEXus Pain Center located on Fieldstone Drive.
Dry cleaner celebrates 80-year history
A local dry cleaner maintains quite a resume beginning in 1933. Protective Cleaners opened a South Wayne Street location with $500 of borrowed family money and one employee.
Local insurance company moves locations to expand reach
A former Georgia Military College educator, Rhett Harrison’s interest and passion to provide customers “the most amount of insurance coverage for the least amount of money” grew until he decided to open his very own commercial insurance agency.
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