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Her vision once kept her from driving, but now she can see her brand new car

Her vision once kept her from driving, but now she can see her brand new car

Lucretia Harden’s eyesight had gotten so bad, she could no longer see out of her left eye. Leaking blood vessels from diabetic macular edema had

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"Oh my God. I can see," woman says after treatment

"Oh my God. I can see," woman says after treatment

Lucretia Harden, of Byron, explains how a new long lasting eye injection allowed her to drive and continue working as a certified nursing assistant. …

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Active military families offered free admission to historic and cultural landmarks

Active military families offered free admission to historic and cultural landmarks

Men and women serving in the U.S. military will get a free opportunity to learn more about the country’s history this summer. Three historic sites

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Candlelight vigil for missing teen in Gray

Candlelight vigil for missing teen in Gray

Friends and relatives of Aubrey Carroll hold candlelight vigil, Spalding County Sheriff says reward of $5,000 offered for anyone establishing communications with teen missing more

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Woman was walking in waterfalls at a state park — now she’s dead

Woman was walking in waterfalls at a state park — now she’s dead

A Savannah woman slipped Friday afternoon while walking on the falls at High Falls State Park in Monroe County. Daniella Flanagan, 38, was walking on

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Beloved Macon veterinarian and rose gardener Eddie Hudspeth dies at 86

Beloved Macon veterinarian and rose gardener Eddie Hudspeth dies at 86

Eddie Hudspeth, a charismatic animal lover whose half-century-old veterinary practice on Pio Nono Avenue in Macon was as renowned as the prize rose bushes he

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Bleckley High School graduate sounding 21-gun salute for U.S. Navy’s Fleet Week

Bleckley High School graduate sounding 21-gun salute for U.S. Navy’s Fleet Week

You can hear the pride in Terri Ann Holland’s voice when she talks about her son. On his 20th birthday, Zach Schools enlisted in the

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Walker warned pension firm not to drop consultant as SEC probe was underway

Walker warned pension firm not to drop consultant as SEC probe was underway

While a federal investigation into the Macon-Bibb County pension business was underway, County Manager Dale Walker was preparing for an expected battle with two commissioners

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‘Dead man’ calls coroner, says he was not pedestrian killed in traffic

‘Dead man’ calls coroner, says he was not pedestrian killed in traffic

The Bibb County’s coroner’s office got an alarming phone call Friday from a man who was identified as a pedestrian killed on Tom Hill Senior

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'You name it and it'll have that'

'You name it and it'll have that'

Warner Robins Fire Chief Ross Moulton talks about plans for a new $1.2 million fire training center. … Click to Continue »

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Renowned musician gets back stolen guitars thanks to store employee

Renowned musician gets back stolen guitars thanks to store employee

A Macon blues legend received some good news Friday that several of his stolen guitars were found. Robert Lee Coleman’s pleas to find his vehicle

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Middle Georgia teens among this year’s Georgia Scholars

Middle Georgia teens among this year’s Georgia Scholars

Several Middle Georgia 12th-graders are getting some bling for their high school diplomas. They’ve been named 2017 Georgia Scholars by the Georgia Department of Education’s

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International student proves it’s never too late to learn

International student proves it’s never too late to learn

You could say Jorge Mulhall is the wisest of Georgia Military College’s 2017 graduates. The 68-year-old is the oldest student to earn a degree from

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Two Houston schools receive funding for innovative programs

Two Houston schools receive funding for innovative programs

Grant funding will allow two Houston County schools to boost students’ reading and science skills. Watson Primary School and Thomson Middle School have been awarded

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Putnam teacher a finalist for state award

Putnam teacher a finalist for state award

Another Middle Georgia teacher is in the running for 2018 Georgia Teacher of the Year. Jonathan Deen, social studies teacher at Putnam County High School,

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Community leaders to caddy for kids in golf tournament

Community leaders to caddy for kids in golf tournament

Boys and girls, many of whom have never picked up a golf club, will be matched with community leaders June 3 for the second annual

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Big plans in the works for new $1.2 million Warner Robins fire training center

Big plans in the works for new $1.2 million Warner Robins fire training center

Warner Robins Fire Chief Ross Moulton and fellow firefighters have big plans for a new $1.2 million fire training center. “It’s going to be amazing,

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Teaching students to think on a global level

Teaching students to think on a global level

Lake Joy Elementary School in Houston County raised $535 to help build a well for the Empash village in Kenya. Students and teachers also donated

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Teacher’s passion for cultural studies leads to overseas missions and school-wide projects

Teacher’s passion for cultural studies leads to overseas missions and school-wide projects

A love for education has connected communities that are world’s apart. Lake Joy Elementary School has teamed up with organization toEnable to help people in

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