MILLEDGEVILLE — NattyCoco, Natural Confident Confirmed, presents The Middle Georgia Natural Experience, an expo that will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. at La Fete, 571 N.W. Hammock Road. The expo will feature: healthy living, pampering, hair care education, shopping, food, entertainment and photo and video opportunities. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, they can be purchased online at nattycoco.com or at Professional Hair Design, 923 N. Columbia St. For more information, call (478) 216-8678 or visit the website. There will be $100 cash prize for the winner of the “Natural | Confident | Confirmed” contest and entrants must be present to win.
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Girl, 12, dies in Oconee River
A 12-year-old girl lost her life in a drowning Wednesday afternoon at the Oconee River Greenway.
Back to school giveaway for local students
With the new school year just around the corner, a local resident is making sure area youth are well prepared.
Development Authority still not moving
The Milledgeville-Baldwin County Development Authority didn't make any decision concerning moving operational headquarters away from the Chamber of Commerce shared building at this week's regular board meeting.
Morning Update, Thursday, July 31
Good morning. Here’s a look at what’s happening today.
H.E.A.T moves to school zones
The Milledgeville Police Department's H.E.A.T traffic enforcement and education initiative moved to the Ga. Highway 49 and Blandy Road area.
Second arrest in Wireless Express armed robbery
Police have arrested a second suspect in the early May Wireless Express armed robbery.
Changes to school uniform policy
Changes are in place for the school uniform policy for Baldwin County Schools that allows more choices in colors for elementary students.
Today's print edition delivery delayed
To our readers: The Union-Recorder experienced production issues Tuesday night.
Fleeing traffic stop gets man indicted
A man's decision during a Georgia State Patrol traffic stop landed him with eight indictments from a recent Baldwin County grand jury.
Band truck leased, not donated
Discrepancies on information concerning the loss of the high school’s band transportation surfaced after the sale of a local dealership.
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