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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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
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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.
School band losses transportation equipment
As the upcoming school year approaches, there's an empty space in the parking lot of Baldwin High School near the band room.
Crossroads Pregnancy Center partners with MPD promoting car seat safety
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates as many as 80 percent of child safety seats are used improperly.
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