MILLEDGEVILLE — Local pre-schoolers lined the downtown streets Friday for trick-or-treating at area businesses. The children, all from area daycare centers, were invited to take part in Halloween festivities Friday morning and were given trick or treat bags and a list of participating businesses. Twenty-eight downtown area businesses took part in the event. Halloween festivities will continue this weekend as the Milledgeville Mall will host a special trick-or-treat night beginning at sundown Saturday. On Sunday the City of Milledgeville and all of Baldwin County has set trick-or-treating to begin at sundown.
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What we're covering, Wednesday, April 16
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Thousands using new Ga. online voter registration
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