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MLK Day marchers converge downtown with message of unity

On January 16, people gathered at Rosa Jackson Recreation Center, Frank Johnson Recreation Center, Booker T. Washington Center, and Memorial Park Recreation Center to march in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. People prayed and chanted as they made their way downtown and met at Government Center. Mayor Robert Reichert spoke at the event, encouraging everyone to be involved in their community to honor the legacy of Dr. King.

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First year of recycling a success in Macon-Bibb

In January 2016, Macon-Bibb County introduced a new recycling program that began offering curbside pickup to all interested residents. Upon request, people could get a 65-gallon rolling recycling cart and participate in the new program. After one year of the program, more and more people are interested in being part of this green initiative and diverting trash from the landfill.

“This has been a great first year for the expanded recycling program,” says Solid Waste Director Kevin Barkley. “We’ve been amazed at how quickly this many people have asked to be a part of the program, and we couldn’t be prouder of our community. It shows that people care about recycling and want to help make a greener, more beautiful Macon-Bibb.”

Macon-Bibb public park hours shift to increase safety

In an effort to keep our parks and recreation centers safer for everyone in Macon-Bibb, commissioners voted to change the hours for our public play areas. This includes both the active and passive parks, and our recreation centers. 

From now through March 31, no one is allowed in the parks from 6 p.m. - 8 a.m., and from April 1 - October 31, parks are closed from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Sign up for emergency alerts from the Macon-Bibb EMA

When severe weather is moving into Middle Georgia, or there's an emergency happening, we want to make sure everyone has the information and is prepared. You can now sign up for email, phone, and text alerts from the Emergency Management Agency with this important information. You can register everyone in your family's phone numbers, your address, work address, and email addresses. 
 

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Why I’m Not Making A New Year Resolution This Year

Why I’m Not Making A New Year Resolution This Year

I’ve come to realize that January is a very stressful time for me. It’s a time when my social media feed is full of resolutions, focus words and goals. It should be a new start, it should be a time for reflection…it’s a time for me to feel like I should get my act together.

Robins Financial Credit Union Announces Manager and Employees of the Quarter

Warner Robins, GA — Each quarter, Robins Financial Credit Union selects three employees that represent the best of the best in three categories – Manager, Support Department Staff and Branch Staff. Employees are selected by management based on their outstanding work performance and written recommendations from their peers. The winners chosen for the fourth quarter of 2016 are as follows:

Steve Evans, Indirect Lending Department – Evans is the manager of Robins Financial’s Indirect Lending department. He has been employed by Robins Financial Credit Union for 18 years. He enjoys reading military history and fantasy as well as collecting music, especially vinyl records.

10 Quotes to Inspire You in the New Year

10 Quotes to Inspire You in the New Year

Good Life Organizing wishes you the best in 2017. To celebrate the new year and to inpisre you to reach your goals and follow dreams, we are sharing 10 of our favorite inspiring quotes. Enjoy!

You will never be completely ready. Start from wherever you are. ~ C.J. Hayden

Things start as hopes and end up as habits. ~ Lillian Hellman