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A 1925 home on Vinevilles Buford Place is dusted in ginko leaves
Events in Macon June 20-26
Tanya Ott, Center for Collaborative Journalism • June 19, 2024
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
  • Congress silenced free speech in TikTok law, platform tells federal court June 21, 2024
    TikTok and its parent company argued Thursday in a federal court in the District of Columbia that the recently enacted law forcing a nationwide ban or sale of the popular platform violates the First Amendment. TikTok Inc., which operates the video-sharing service in the United States, and its parent company, ByteDance Ltd., which was founded […]
    Jacob Fischler
  • ‘Extremely low pay’ cited at U.S. Senate hearing as prime reason for teacher shortage June 20, 2024
    WASHINGTON — The only reason John Arthur is able to be a public school teacher is because his wife makes much more money than he does. Arthur —  the 2021 Utah Teacher of the Year  — testified on Thursday at a hearing in the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on the […]
    Shauneen Miranda
  • Democrats stress reproductive rights in fight for control of Congress, White House June 20, 2024
    WASHINGTON — Top Democratic campaign officials Thursday pressed their case for control of Congress and the White House by pointing toward the upcoming two-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the constitutional right to an abortion. More than a dozen Democrats also introduced legislation in Congress to prevent a future Republican administration from using […]
    Jennifer Shutt