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Brooklyn Bike Co. cruiser hits the streets of Macons Vineville neighborhood
Events in Macon June 13-19
Tanya Ott, Center for Collaborative Journalism • June 12, 2024
Sheltering, a sculptural piece by Timothy Schmalz, is installed in honor of the new Central City Apartment Complex that will help Maconites struggling with housing insecurity.
Events in Macon June 6-12
Tanya Ott, Center for Collaborative Journalism • June 4, 2024
Comedian Caroline Exum is no stranger behind the mic.
Events in Macon May 29-June 5
Tanya Ott, Center for Collaborative Journalism • May 28, 2024
  • GOP Congressional hopefuls square up for runoff in southwest Georgia June 16, 2024
    ELLAVILLE – David Theiss, a former mayor of Ellaville, has watched his town’s population – and the hope for another generation of Ellaville residents – dwindle over the years. “We’ve got empty buildings sitting here that we could be using. We’ve got one of the best schools in the whole state in this county, but […]
    Ross Williams
  • VP Harris stops by Atlanta 100 Black Men event to shore up Georgia base ahead of election June 15, 2024
    Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Atlanta for the national conference of 100 Black Men of America allowed her to promote the Biden-Harris administration’s historic investments in economic development ahead of the looming Nov. 5 Election Day. A majority Black audience of several thousand people packed into a downtown Atlanta Hyatt Regency ballroom to participate […]
    Stanley Dunlap
  • States struggle with unreliable federal funding for making sure elections are secure June 14, 2024
    WASHINGTON — The federal government has sought to bolster election security for years through a popular grant program, but the wildly fluctuating funding levels have made it difficult for state officials to plan their budgets and their projects. Rising misinformation and disinformation about elections, often fueled by conspiracy theories, as well as threats against election […]
    Jennifer Shutt