Influential coach's volleyball team elected to hall of fame
Former Georgia College professor and coach Geza Martiny's influence spans multiple sports. The Hungarian native's 1964 Holy Names University women's volleyball team was recently elected to the Oakland, Calif. school's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Local Rotarian honored for his legacy
When George Clark joined the local Rotary Club in Eastman 64 years ago, a loaf of bread cost less than a dollar, a gallon of gas was 20 cents and Harry Truman was president of the United States.
Local residents add a special touch to light displays
Milledgeville-Baldwin County may not have a white Christmas this year though temperatures are just starting to drop. Many families have dressed up their homes and yards with lights, garlands, Christmas trees and Santa Claus to keep the holiday season in full swing for passersby to enjoy.
American Legion Auxiliary provides gift shop for veterans
Since the mid-1970s the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Georgia has coordinated a Joy Shop throughout eight veteran's facilities.
CSH pecan grove hosts holiday event
The Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority (CSHLRA) has hopes of revitalizing the campus and growing community involvement.
Program puts old bikes to good use
Recycling and charity work hand in hand in Baldwin County. Milledgeville Cares, the Milledgeville Fire Department and local business Oconee Outfitters will host a Bike Re “Cycle” project to teach bicycle repair and maintenance in order to provide bicycles for those in need.
Help Camden Find a Cure
Camden Sanders appeared to be healthy baby boy when he was born Oct. 24, 2005, screaming with a head full of bleach blonde hair. His parents, John and Amanda, noticed he was small during his first few weeks, but did not put much thought into checking into his health.
Blue Star dedication honors service
During World War II, citizens honored family service by hanging flags featuring blue stars outside of homes and businesses recognizing the ultimate sacrifice.
In Our Best Interest graduates new class, empowers women and families
Baldwin County's In Our Best Interest (IOBI) group helps area women and children free themselves from domestic violence related situations and abuse by providing counseling and resources that empowers them with knowledge and courage to escape.
Cultures of the world
With around 7,000 students enrolled at Georgia College last academic year, more than 30 countries across the globe were represented amongst the nearly 8 percent of the total student population.
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