MILLEDGEVILLE — Childre Nissan held a Facebook campaign to help The Empty Stocking Fund feed needy families this year. For every like or share on the Childre Nissan page between Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 21, Childre Nissan donated $2 to the fund. In all, $866 was raised and 25 needy families were fed. Pictured (left to right): Jason Childre, general manager of Childre Nissan; Randy New, director of The Empty Stocking Fund; Jimmy Childre Sr., owner of Childre Nissan; and Josh Coffey, F&I manager at Childre Nissan.
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Development Authority board to meet
The regular board meeting of the Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville and Baldwin County will be held at 5:30 p.m. Monday on the second floor of the Milledgeville Economic Development Center.
Morning Update, July 28
Good morning. Here’s a look at what’s happening today.
Five Star purchases first Toyota dealership
Milledgeville's busy North Columbia Street boasts a mighty automobile dealership imprint.
City monies shifted again
More financial action has occurred with City of Milledgeville investment monies that were the subject of the recent City Council taped conversation saga.
Baldwin County man fatally shot in Gordon
An altercation between a Baldwin County man and a Gordon resident turned deadly Thursday night.
Local businessman makes trip to Cooperstown
Milledgeville business owner Darrell Black is a baseball enthusiast — a diehard Atlanta Braves fan.
Democratic caucus electing state convention delegates
The Baldwin County Democratic Party will hold caucus elections Saturday to elect delegates to the Democratic Party of Georgia's State Convention to be held in Dublin Aug. 9.
CorrectHealth president excited about Bostick Nursing Center
The former Bostick State Prison and 16 acres of land at Central State Hospital will soon house a continuing geriatric care facility for a large parolee population not currently served by Georgia prisons.
College bookstore under new management
The Georgia College bookstore will officially be under new management.
Safe Routes to School network starts next summer
At the moment, six of the seven Baldwin County public schools are clustered together and cut off from residential areas by a trio of busy highways.
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