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Job openings in Macon

Job openings in Macon

Each Thursday, a Georgia Department of Labor representative joins 13WMAZ to share several open jobs in the Central Georgia area.

You can watch this on 13WMAZ-TV on Thursday mornings and again at 5 p.m.

Task force to make DFCS head report to governor

Task force to make DFCS head report to governor

(WXIA) -- Gov. Nathan Deal's office is preparing an announcement on changes to organizational structure at the Division of Family and Children Services, sources tell 11Alive's Rebecca Lindstrom.

According to the sources, DFCS will be separate from DHS and the head of DFCS will report directly to the governor instead of the commissioner.

Task force to make DFCS head report to governor

Task force to make DFCS head report to governor

(WXIA) -- Gov. Nathan Deal's office is preparing an announcement on changes to organizational structure at the Division of Family and Children Services, sources tell 11Alive's Rebecca Lindstrom.

According to the sources, DFCS will be separate from DHS and the head of DFCS will report directly to the governor instead of the commissioner.

Food drive for Macon Outreach

Food drive for Macon Outreach

Central High senior selected for Mercer's Griffith Scholars Program

Central High senior selected for Mercer's Griffith Scholars Program

Central High art student and honor graduate Leslie Gabrielle Carter is on her way to becoming a medical student through the help of Mercer University trustee, alumnus and Macon business man Benjamin W. Griffith III, who funds the Griffith Scholarship. The Griffith Scholars Program enables gifted graduates from Bibb County high schools who demonstrate financial need to obtain the premier education available at Mercer. The scholarship is offered each year to 6 to 10 seniors who plan to attend Mercer.

Ocmulgee plans free children's workshops

Ocmulgee plans free children's workshops

Ocmulgee National Monument announces its annual Summer Children’s Workshops on Wednesdays, June 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  The workshops are for children ages 6-12.  Children will take a one mile hike to see the Indian Mounds, learn about Southeast Indians and get to participate in making Native American crafts and playing games.

Hearing set in Allman lawsuit against filmmakers

Hearing set in Allman lawsuit against filmmakers

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Attorneys for Gregg Allman plan to make their first court appearance in a Savannah lawsuit against producers of a movie based on the Allman Brothers Band singer's life story.

A Chatham County Superior Court judge scheduled a hearing Monday afternoon to hear motions in the case. Allman filed suit last month to stop Unclaimed Freight Productions from resuming work on the film "Midnight Rider" after a freight train plowed into the movie's crew Feb. 20. A camera assistant was killed and six workers were injured. Producers suspended work on the movie indefinitely.