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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
Events in Macon Feb. 8-14
Events in Macon Feb. 8-14
Meg Donahue, Murphy Center for Collaborative Journalism • February 7, 2024
Events in Macon Feb. 1-7
Events in Macon Feb. 1-7
Meg Donahue, Murphy Center for Collaborative Journalism • January 31, 2024
This Week At The Macon Newsroom (April 1st, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • April 1, 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 (March 25th, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • March 25, 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 (March 18th, 2024 Edition)
Liz Fabian, Civic Journalism Senior Fellow • March 18, 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...

  • Trump supports U.S. House Speaker Johnson, elections agenda in joint appearance April 12, 2024
    WASHINGTON — U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson and Donald J. Trump met Friday evening in Palm Beach, Florida, to promote an unreleased bill related to noncitizens voting in federal elections. The event doubled as a show of support from the presumptive Republican presidential nominee to the embattled GOP speaker. The two men argued that strict […]
    Ariana Figueroa
  • Critics pan Georgia Power fossil fuel plans ahead of state PSC hearing April 12, 2024
    The state’s utility regulators are set to vote Tuesday on Georgia Power’s proposal to increase its reliance on fossil fuels and renewable energy sources to meet skyrocketing demand. During a hearing held Thursday, a Georgia Power representative urged the five-member Public Service Commission to support a stipulated agreement that the company says provides some financial […]
    Stanley Dunlap
  • Small business owners ask U.S. House tax writers to extend Trump-era deductions April 11, 2024
    WASHINGTON — As Congress gears up for negotiations ahead of the 2017 tax law’s expiration, economists and small business owners urged U.S. lawmakers Thursday to extend or make permanent the Trump-era tax cuts. Business owners from West Virginia and Wisconsin testified at a hearing before members of the House Committee on Ways and Means, advocating […]
    Ashley Murray
  • U.S. Senate Republicans push for Mayorkas impeachment trial April 11, 2024
    WASHINGTON — More than 40 U.S. Senate Republicans lobbied Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday to hold a full impeachment trial for Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Schumer and other Democrats have indicated they’d be open to immediately voting to dismiss the House-passed articles of impeachment rather than holding a trial in the Senate. The […]
    Ariana Figueroa
  • Fatal anomaly exception didn’t spare Alabama mom who needed an abortion April 11, 2024
    Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment of an occasional States Newsroom series called When and Where: Abortion Access in America, profiling individuals who have needed abortion care in the U.S. before and after Dobbs. The first installment can be found here, the second installment is here, and the third is here. Kelly Shannon was grieving a pregnancy she […]
    Kelcie Moseley-Morris

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