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A Brood XIX periodical cicada as seen in Macon, Georgia.
'An alien mothership': Brood XIX cicadas are taking over middle Georgia
Sofi Gratas, Georgia Public Broadcasting • May 2, 2024
Dickey Betts, a founding Allman Brothers Band member and one of the greatest guitarists of all time, died Thursday. He was 80 years old.
Dickey Betts, legendary guitarist and founding Allman Brothers Band member, dies at 80
Betts, widely considered one of the greatest rock guitarists ever, penned 'Ramblin' Man,' 'Jessica'
Caleb Slinkard, GTLN Editor • April 18, 2024
Mulberry United Methodist Churchs Chris Abbott places flowers in the Blessed Mother Chapel of St. Joseph Catholic Church for the Old City Flower Festival March 15-18.
Old City Flower Festival returns to St. Joseph Catholic Church
Nearly 20 churches to decorate sanctuary in an ecumenical event ‘for the greater glory of God’
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • March 15, 2024
This Week At The Macon Newsroom (May 20th, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • May 20, 2024

CCJ Senior Fellow Liz Fabian keeps you in the know and informs you on what’s going on this week at The Macon Newsroom. We’ve got you covered...

This Week At The Macon Newsroom (May 13th, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • May 13, 2024

CCJ Senior Fellow Liz Fabian keeps you in the know and informs you on what’s going on this week at The Macon Newsroom. We’ve got you covered...

This Week At The Macon Newsroom (April 29th, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • April 29, 2024

CCJ Senior Fellow Liz Fabian keeps you in the know and informs you on what’s going on this week at The Macon Newsroom. We’ve got you covered...

  • U.S. Sen. Katie Britt introduces bill to end a state’s Medicaid funding if it blocks IVF May 20, 2024
    WASHINGTON — Two Republican U.S. senators have teamed up to try to prevent states from banning in vitro fertilization, months after the Alabama state Supreme Court upended access to the procedure by ruling fertilized embryos were children under state law. Sens. Katie Britt of Alabama and Ted Cruz of Texas introduced a three-page bill on […]
    Jennifer Shutt
  • Georgians go to the polls to pick legislative nominees but few competitive races await in the fall May 20, 2024
    Georgians will head to the polls Tuesday for the final day of voting on contests that will settle several races and tee up others for matchups in the November election. Some races, like the five-way competition to replace outgoing Congressman Drew Ferguson, are likely to go to a June 18 runoff election. Many of the […]
    Ross Williams
  • More than half of states sue to block Biden Title IX rule protecting LGBTQ+ students May 20, 2024
    WASHINGTON — Twenty-six GOP-led states are suing the Biden administration over changes to Title IX aiming to protect LGBTQ+ students from discrimination in schools. Less than a month after the U.S. Department of Education released its final rule seeking to protect against discrimination “based on sex stereotypes, sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex characteristics,” a […]
    Shauneen Miranda