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Free art movement finds Milledgeville
Atlanta has a growing community known as Free Art.
Davis House exhibit highlights African-American educators
The Sallie Ellis Davis House is currently showcasing influential, local African-American educators in, “Prominent Black Educators” throughout the month of April.
Morning Update, Thursday, April 17
Good morning. Here’s a look at what’s happening today.
Drug task force nabs 22-time offender, prison employee
A six-month operation culminated in two arrests Tuesday for the Ocmulgee Drug Task Force (ODTF).
What we're covering, Wednesday, April 16
Here’s a closer look at what we’re covering today:
Thousands using new Ga. online voter registration
State officials say thousands of voters have used Georgia's new Web-based programs to register ahead of the May 20 primary.
Craig Center closing postponed again
The closure of the James B. Craig Nursing Center, located on the campus of Central State Hospital (CSH), has been delayed two months to Aug. 31.
Local lawn equipment thefts on rise
Spring and summer months are prime season for lawn equipment thefts, and local law enforcement reports indicate an uptick in the crimes already this year.
KMBB Meriwether cleanup gathers litter
The local Keep Milledgeville-Baldwin Beautiful chapter had another successful litter cleanup last Saturday on Meriwether Road.
GMC announces plans for new campus in Fayetteville
Georgia Military College announced last week it intends to locate a new campus in Fayetteville, Ga. in anticipation of population growth in that area.
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