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Adult Field Day in May

Adult Field Day in May

Do you miss Field Day from your school days?

Macon-Bibb Parks and Recreation has an antidote for your nostalgia: Adult Field Day on May 17.

If you're interested, you can download the registration form. It's $150 for a team of six people.

Deadline is May 9.

Tremont Temple demolished

Tremont Temple demolished

Tremont Temple Baptist Church has now been demolished to make way for Dunkin' Donuts.

Report Macon Road Problems

Do you know of a problem with a road in your neighborhood? Bad potholes? Road falling apart? See, click and get it fixed!

Just click on this story and fill out the simple form. Your report will go to people who can get the problem fixed.

You can also see other reported problems in your community.

Macon named one of "Best Cities for Feminists"

Macon named one of "Best Cities for Feminists"

Macon was named one of 11 "Best Cities for Feminists" by Estately.

They note Macon's Wesleyan College as one of the reasons.

The site says the cities great for feminists are places that "support inclusive dialogues, has at least a small undercurrent of inclusion, and the potential for new grassroots movements to take hold."

Do you agree with Macon as a selection for the site's list?

Lunchbeat Macon set Thursday

Lunchbeat Macon set Thursday

Spend your lunch hour doing one thing: Dancing!

If you missed it the first time,you have another opportunity to check it out Thursday at The 567 from noon to 1 p.m.

RELATED: Dance movement brings event  to Macon

Water will be available, bring your lunch.

 

Tens of thousands without power in Central Georgia

Tens of thousands without power in Central Georgia

Tens of thousands of people are without power in Central Georgia this morning.

About 10,000 people are without power in Bibb County, 10,000 people in Baldwin County and more than 500 in Jones County, according to Georgia Power's map alone.

More than 11,000 of Washington EMC's 15,000 customers don't have power due to blown transformers and downed trees. Washington EMC services Washington, Johnson, Hancock, Baldwin, Warren, Laurens, Emanuel, Glascock, Jefferson, and Wilkinson counties.

Ice storm brings power outages

Ice storm brings power outages

Georgia utility companies say more than 177,000 customers were without power as ice coated trees brought branches and power lines down.

Georgia Power reported that more than 104,000 customers were without power shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday.

More than 71,000 of them were in metro Atlanta. Another 29,000 customers were in eastern Georgia; and 1,340 were without power in parts of west Georgia.