According to the Center for Disease Control's latest FlueView, influenza activity continues to increase in the United States and most of the country is now experiencing high levels of illness. The CDC continues to recommend influenza vaccination for people who have not yet been vaccinated as early as possible.
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Parents urge parents to boost technology
Creekside Elementary School parent Danielle Fields hopes to increase parental involvement and equip every classroom with the needed technology to educate and prepare students for the 21st century.
Singers Guild presents ‘Homes for the Holidays’
Mary and Steve Barnes, of 199 Lake Crest Dr., put the finishing touches on their lakeside outdoor fireplace Christmas tableau in preparation for Sunday’s "Homes for the Holidays," tour from 2 to 5 p.m.
The Grinch takes the stage this week
The Vibe Dance Center presents "The Tale of the Grinch," featuring more than 200 performers, between the ages of 2 and 18, from the Milledgeville and Eatonton area.
The Nutcracker cast reaches out to the community
During this year’s performance of The Nutcracker, 240 dancers will take the stage.
Max Noah Singers get visitors into holiday spirit
The Max Noah Singers performed their holiday concert at the Old Governor’s Mansion Wednesday, featuring various Christmas tunes including ‘Carol of the Bells,’ ‘Good King Kong Looked Out,’ ‘Mary had a Baby,’ ‘Behold the Star’ and ‘Silent Night.’
CSH’s Bostick deal almost done
Central State Hospital Local Redevelopment Authority (CSHLRA) Executive Director Mike Couch mentioned several exciting campus real estate activities for repurposing and job creation efforts during Tuesday’s Milledgeville City Council work session.
BHS musicians showcase talent, dream
Baldwin High School seniors Thomas Stewart IV and Tevauri Mar’Shall are in the midst of dedicating every minute of their spare time to learn and rehearse several high-standard, varied repertoire of music before showcasing their talents at All State Chorus next year.
MDA receives nearly $5,500 from city and county fire departments
A recent three-day boot drive effort by Baldwin County Fire Rescue and the Milledgeville Fire Department collected just under $5,500 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
GSP still investigating fatal accident
The Georgia State Patrol investigation into last week’s accident that claimed the life of a local infant and injured four others is ongoing. No charges have been filed to date.
Milledgeville author publishes first novel, seventh book
Milledgeville native and resident Susan Lindsley shares her imagination and events from her memory in her first published novel titled “The Bottom Rail.”
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