Science behind it all
More than 200 students from across central Georgia brought their science and engineering skills to Georgia College’s Centennial Center Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1.
Local man reflects on moment, movement that impacted his life for the better
John Harden Jr. always stood up for what he believed was right in regards to education and social issues. Receiving an education at the only all-black private school in Georgia during the era of racial tension was challenging, but Harden’s moral character and perseverance through those difficult times as a teenager got him recognized as the recipient of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Human and Social Service.
The Baldwin County hub of the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s office has new blood.
Hope, peace and joy
Twin sisters Kanesia “KK” and Waynesia “WyWy” Sherman found their paths of righteous living through their faith and unconditional love of Jesus Christ.
MLK service day events engage the dream
The Baldwin County community will soon rejoice in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy by completing numerous service projects in line with the “day on, not a day off” mantra.
Pico Mundo lets couple’s imaginations run wild
Newly engaged couples seeking an elegant or simplistic outdoor venue on 48 acres of rolling hills can find just that at Pico Mundo Ranch in Baldwin County.
Doing the most good
Many families in need of financial assistance, food, clothing, household items, toys and even faith during the Christmas holidays receive aid and hope through community donations to Salvation Army’s holiday assistance programs.
Local Light-O-Rama displays draw Christmas crowd
Two neighbor families off Cambridge Drive take Christmas lights seriously.
A musical journey
Matthew “Austin” Brown never imagined his ardor for singing would take him on a journey across the world to one day showcase his talent on national television. His dream of that “one day” has come true as he and his band, Home Free, are ready to debut their vocals on NBC’s The Sing-Off.
Holiday classic comes to local stage
The 18th anniversary performance of The Nutcracker, presented by the Georgia College Department of Theatre and Dance, will be performed at Russell Auditorium next month.
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