One day at a time
In Georgia, cancer will affect more than 430 children this year.Mark and Natasha Gainous heard the terrible word May 1, 2012 when doctors diagnosed their rambunctious, fun-loving son Abram “Abe” Gainous with pre-B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
Honoring their sacrifice
Milledgeville resident Lou Popp is one of tens of thousands of patriot bikers from across the country participating in a national movement honoring those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
To the skies
For nearly 55 years, a Piper J-3 Cub airplane from 1946 has hung, untouched and unused, in the rafters of the All Crane & Hoist building across the river on Highway 22 in Baldwin County.
St. Stephen’s under first new director in 28 years
St. Stephens Day School began in 1985 taking infants to 4-year-olds into two small rooms.
Young racer rides a spot to prestigious national competition
Hayden Lavender’s passion and thrill for riding through hills, jumps and turns on a dirt track began at age 4. He has since continued to perfect his riding techniques to qualify for a spot in the largest amateur motocross race in the world now at the age of 7.
Digging into the shelves
Mary Vinson Memorial Library recently completed its 2013 Summer Reading Clubs for children, teens and adults, and was pleased with the success in each level.
Local veteran raises money for Okla. tornado victims
As reports of devastation and destruction from a series of violent tornadoes and floods that ripped through Oklahoma flashed on the television screen, Thomas Trawick Jr.’s heart responded.
Throughout the month of June, the Milledgeville Police Department Junior Police Explorer Academy provided an inside look at law enforcement for local participants.
Below the surface
Key Largo, Fla. is a popular destination in the Florida Keys for vacationers to relax and unwind, but for five Georgia Military College Prep students, Key Largo recently became so much more than a vacation spot.
ARF provides meaningful public service
Longtime Animal Rescue Foundation president and founder Bobbie Thompson, now serving as board treasurer, has 30 years worth of animal saving stories. Together with a local group, Thompson disbanded the old Baldwin County Humane Society and started ARF.
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