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Robins Federal Credit Union Sponsors Bragg Jam

Macon, GA — Robins Federal Credit Union recently sponsored Bragg Jam with a $1,000 contribution to the Music Festival. This event will take place Friday, July 25th through Saturday, July 26th.

Robins Federal Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Federal currently provides financial services to over 155,000 members, with assets exceeding $1.9 billion. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the 16 counties Robins Federal serves.

Summer movie series for kids and families

Summer movie series for kids and families

Boutiques boost business on Ingleside Avenue


The doors are opening to new shops on Ingleside Avenue. In the past year, three new boutique-style shops have popped up.

"This is going to be the boutique alley around Macon," says Magnolia Lace Co-Owner, Cindy McMichael. "It's going to be fun to shop here, where you can get clothes, home goods, antiques, all kinds of things."

On Saturday, Magnolia Lace opened its doors for business.

It is joining neighboring boutique, Jack and Darcy, which opened less than a year ago.

"There's a lot of potential," says styling manager, Ruth Watts. "Two new boutiques are opening next door, so we are very excited about the traffic that will bring in. There's art. There's food. There's hair. There's everything here."

Long- time shop owners along the street hope this will draw in new customers to the area.

Mandatory spay and neuter law in Macon


Monday marks the 14th day of Bibb County's mandatory spay and neuter law.

Sarah Tenon, the director of the Macon-Bibb Animal Shelter says in the past two weeks they have yet to give out any citations to violators of the new law, but she says they will.

Starting July 1, 2014, dogs and cats over the age of six months in Bibb County are required to be spayed or neutered.

Tenon explains, "If we got a call for a dog roaming at-large, we'll go out. If we can locate the owner, we would then talk with the owner, address the roaming at large issue, as well as inform them of the new law."

At that time, Tenon says they would issue the owners with a citation, and give them 60 days to spay or neuter their animal. If they do not comply, they face a fine of up to $500.

Tenon says they are not going door-to-door to enforce this, but she says something needed to happen.

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Walmart donates 100 bookbags to Bibb Board of Education


The Walmart on Harrison Road and Gray Highway in Macon are making sure that some students will be ready to go back to school.

The two stores collaborated with the Title I program of Bibb Board of Education to donate 100 bookbags.

The bags were stuffed by the managers themselves who then made sure that everything, including the bag itself, was up to code.

Rulers, markers, notebooks, and paper were some of the items included inside the bags.

All the items chosen are on all of the supply lists for the Bibb County Schools.

"Just to be able to say to our parents, 'Here's another way for us to help you with your kids getting ready to go back to school,' but it's just a wonderful thing for us to say, 'Let us help you and let us make a difference in this community,' and that's what its all about," says Title 1 Education Specialist Joanna Gittens-Summerow.

Fourth charged in Macon triple murder


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Bibb County deputies arrested a fourth person in connection with three May shooting deaths.

Lewis Monroe Cheney II, 30, was arrested Monday at United Suites, 2737 Sheraton Drive, without incident, according to a Bibb County Sheriff's Office news release.

Cheney, who is being held at the Bibb County jail without bond, is charged with three counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault.

Macon man shot in leg


A Bibb County man was shot in the leg at about 3:53 p.m. Monday on Vinson Avenue.

Quanterio Moses, 18, was standing on Vinson Avenue, near Groveland Circle, when he was approached by three males. One of the men had a gun and shot Moses in the leg, according to a Bibb County Sheriff's Office news release.

The three males ran away after Moses was shot, the new release states.

Moses was taken to the hospital by ambulance. He's listed in stable condition.

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office at (478) 751-7500 or Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.