MILLEDGEVILLE — The ceremonial first ribbon was officially cut Monday on the newest Hobby Lobby store. The Milledgeville location marks the arts and crafts retail chain’s 26th store in Georgia. Hobby Lobby is located in the Heritage Walk Shopping Center’s former Kroger location. Departments include floral, fabric, needle art, custom framing, baskets, home accents, wearable art, arts and crafts, jewelry and scrapbooking and paper crafting supplies. Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and all Hobby Lobby stores are closed on Sunday.
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Baldwin High School Choir Director Kathy Carroll helps seniors Thomas Stewart IV and Tevauri Mar’Shall rehearse their vocals as the young musicians prepare for All State Chorus in February.
BHS musicians showcase talent, dream
Baldwin High School seniors Thomas Stewart IV and Tevauri Mar’Shall are in the midst of dedicating every minute of their spare time to learn and rehearse several high-standard, varied repertoire of music before showcasing their talents at All State Chorus next year.
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A musical journey
Matthew “Austin” Brown never imagined his ardor for singing would take him on a journey across the world to one day showcase his talent on national television. His dream of that “one day” has come true as he and his band, Home Free, are ready to debut their vocals on NBC’s The Sing-Off.
- Holiday classic comes to local stage
- 'A Beautiful December'
- GMC family joins community in honoring deputy
- College student recognized for his selfless efforts
- A musical journey
Chaplinwood utilizes an OmniVR for virtual rehabilitation exercises and activities. This unit takes the fear out of physical movement for older adults.
Chaplinwood on cutting edge of health, rehab
Chaplinwood Health and Rehabilitation isn’t the stereotypical “nursing home” the 40-year-old stigma might suggest.
- Butler Ford celebrates 25 years of success
- Goodie Gallery’s old school model still working well
- Studio Designs Printing helps businesses grow their business
- Need a Nerd repairs prized personal electronics
- Chaplinwood on cutting edge of health, rehab
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JMA basketball drops doubleheader
The John Milledge Academy varsity basketball teams dropped a pair of games to the visiting Gatewood Gators Tuesday evening at the Trojan Center.
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- Trojans basketball teams split against Tattnall
- Torre, La Russa, Cox elected to baseball Hall
- GMC comes up short in quest for title
- JMA basketball drops doubleheader
Congratulations to GMC on a hard-fought season
From the moment the Georgia Military College Bulldogs stepped onto the field in their first game in August, there was an air of excitement about this special group of Bulldogs.
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DAVIDSON: Going under the knife
For many, having surgery is a welcomed avoidance in life.
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Gratitude expressed for ORMC
In this time for Thanksgiving, I would like to thank the people at Oconee Medical Center.
- Charity offers thanks, requests community involvement
- Community remembrance event successful
- Representative disappointed with voter turnout
- Building underground might be a needed community solution
- Gratitude expressed for ORMC
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