Chicken lovers are about to get another option in Milledgeville.
Raquel Torres has more than 20 years of experience in the restaurant business. Despite some unexpected delays brought on by COVID-19, she is making her mark on the local dining scene with the June opening of Jalisco Mexican Grill at the Milledgeville Mall.
If you have watched the news, you have no doubt seen the recent flooding from Hurricane Sally, added to that, the images of Hurricane Laura are still fresh in your mind.
Navicent Health has increased its internal minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $10 per hour, investing $1.2 million into the lives and careers of its teammates.
With a recent increase in reports regarding scams and fraud by criminals posing as Georgia Power employees, the company is reminding customers to be aware and follow simple tips to avoid being a target.
It has been a long and difficult year for everyone, but Dax Bolston, the man his loyal customers know as “the hair doctor” wants everyone to know: “Dax is back.”
Georgia tax collections rose in August for the second month in a row after three straight months of declines at the height of the coronavirus-driven business lockdown.
Raquel Bird took an indirect path to teaching. The University of Virginia graduate originally came to Georgia to attend law school at Emory. At one point, she decided to take a year off from law school. She went into education and, as she puts it, “I never looked back.”
With tuition payments, financial aid applications and school supplies, fall marks the time for students looking to spend their money on going back to colleges or universities.
North Central Health District’s (NCHD) COVID-19 testing call line and specimen points of collection (SPOC) will have limited operations during the Labor Day holiday Monday, Sept. 7.
The Old Capitol Area Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) received a grant from the national MOAA Foundation to provide family support for the Georgia War Veterans Home (GWVH) residents.
Matthew Toth, MD, Fellowship Trained in Sports Medicine at the Andrews Institute, joins OrthoGeorgia and will practice full time in the Milledgeville office, located at 2803 N. Columbia St.
Navicent Health Physician Group is pleased to announce that Eric Long, MD, FACS has expanded his practice to join Christopher Seth Rion, MD at Surgical Institute Baldwin in Milledgeville.
Millie Cosme has a long history of educating young people, a passion she lives out every day at Nurturing Minds Tutorial on North Jefferson Street in Milledgeville.
Inc. magazine today revealed that Pineland Cogentes is No. 630 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Georgia Power has elected Jill Campbell to the company’s board of directors, effective Aug. 19. Campbell is the executive vice president and chief people and operations officer for Cox Enterprises.
Advertising is expected to get underway again soon in search of a new executive director of The Development Authority of Milledgeville and Baldwin County.
In the modern age, a strong digital presence is more important than ever for business owners wishing to stand out among the crowd.
For years, BBB has warned consumers against doing business with callers and online companies who don’t have a valid physical address.
A beautiful oasis sits just minutes south of downtown Milledgeville along Irwinton Road. Scenic Mountain RV Resort has become a popular destination for those coming from near and far to get away from the fast pace of the world and reconnect with life’s simpler pleasures.
In these days of social distancing and staying home more than normal, it is not unusual to see people use their time for home renovation and redecorating projects.
As communities continue to reopen from the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are scrambling to re-staff and answer increasing customer demand.
When George Craig first sought some assistance with a repair to her jet ski several years ago, she probably had no idea that she was setting the stage for a future career endeavor.
Charles and Melba Burrell recently turned over the keys to a building that was built for a new bookstore to be located at 1905 N. Columbia St., the former Express Auto & Tire.
Downtown Milledgeville has developed a reputation in the last several years as a popular spot for dining, nightlife and shopping. Amber Patitucci knew she wanted to get in on the downtown scene.
Allowing someone you don’t know to drive away with your belongings is among the many stressful aspects of a long-distance move — especially if that move is complicated or maybe prompted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A new study released by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) finds that nearly three-quarters of those who lose money to employment scams are already in financial crisis, and do not have enough income to cover their monthly bills.
When it comes to repairing or replacing a home HVAC system, middle Georgia residents have a new option to choose from for their service needs.
As the summer days heat up and people look for safe ways to get out of the house and have some fun, local waterways are becoming the ideal destination for fun in the sun.
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Milledgeville was recently recognized among an elite group that has been evaluated on specific criteria – including exceptional quality scores, outstanding guest reviews, and an unwavering commitment to the Wyndham Rewards® loyalty program and members.
It has been a quiet spring at Lake Country Lanes. Like all bowling alleys across the state, the business was forced to close for several weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A few short weeks ago, Taste & See Plant-Based Eatery opened its doors to business from eager vegetarian, vegan and other health-conscious customers. For owner Harry Watkins, the opening is the culmination of his personal journey.
Fleming Patton Farmer, 75, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. The family will receive friends on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 10 until 11 a.m. at Moores Funeral Home. Mr. Farmer was born in Macon on January 3, 1945, to James Herron Farmer and Elizabeth Free Farmer. He was a 1964 graduate of Bal…
Funeral services for Frances Hess Patrick, 87 will be conducted Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, at 2 p.m. in Williams Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Jerry Pickard officiating. Interment will follow in Baldwin Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday from 1 p.m. unti…
Calvin Grimes, 77, of Coopers, passed away Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020. Memorial services for Mr. Calvin Otis Grimes will be held at a later date. Son of the late Murray Allan and Zelma Taylor Grimes, Mr. Grimes was a native and lived most of his life in Milledgeville before moving to Coopers. Mr…
Willie Lee "Toot" Copelin departed this life on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 at the Emory Acute Health Care, Atlanta, Ga. Funeral services were held privately with family. Mr. Willie Lee Copelin was born March 9, 1953, to the parentage of the late Ms. Myrtle Lundy Copelin and the late Mr. Eddie Co…