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UPDATE: County pool teardown begins
Baldwin County has decided to officially cover the closed community pool facility at Walter B. Williams Park.
Bishop to preside at St. Stephen’s Ash Wednesday service
Bishop Robert Wright, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, which includes Milledgeville, will preside and preach at a service of Holy Communion with imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday.
Distinguished Young Women titles awarded
The local Distinguished Young Women (DYW) program awarded Bronte Joseph the title of DYW of Milledgeville and Jolena Yao with the title of DYW of Baldwin County during the program’s showcase over the weekend.
House bills locked on rural medical care
Two interrelated House bills recently introduced the spotlight to Georgia's waning rural health care facility access and medical workforce.
Candidates qualify for nonpartisan races
Three Milledgeville residents qualified for nonpartisan elections as the qualifying period opened Monday morning.
Patriots host Congressional forum
The Milledgeville Area Patriots will host two 10th District Congressional candidates this week, and the public is invited to listen and attend.
Nearly $30,000 in meds stolen
Based on a now thriving prescription pill epidemic, Ocmulgee Drug Task Force (ODTF) Commander Wesley Nunn said last October he wouldn't be surprised to see drug store robberies hit the Baldwin County area.
Volunteers instill love of reading on Dr. Seuss' birthday
Georgia College and Baldwin High School students, community volunteers and various organization representatives donated their time to help promote literacy and the love of reading within the lives of Baldwin County youth as part of National Read Across America Day in conjunction to Dr. Seuss’ 110th birthday celebration.
CVB gives back $27,000 to local attractions
The Milledgeville-Baldwin County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) gave a surprise donation to local attractions last week, awarding a total of $12,000.
County commission agenda set for Tuesday
The Baldwin County Commissioners will meet Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. in a work session at commission chambers, Suite 319. The agenda is as follows:
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