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Middle Georgia State Men's Game To Be Streamed Online

Middle Georgia State Men's Game To Be Streamed Online

The men's game between Middle Georgia State College and Georgia Perimeter will be online, according to a news release. 

To listen to the game, click here  Tip time is 7:30 p.m.

Meeting to Survey South Bibb's Park and Recreation Needs

Meeting to Survey South Bibb's Park and Recreation Needs

South Bibb residents are invited to a meeting with Bibb County Commissioner Bert Bivins to discuss parks and recreation needs in the community.

According to a news release, the meeting is slated for Thursday, January 24 at 7 p.m. at the Porter-Ellis Community Center. That's located at 5987 Houston Road.

Suggested topics include:
--What kinds of parks are needed?
--Where would the park(s) be located?
--Would be people want smaller neighborhood parks or one centrally located park?

Special Education Teacher Debuts First Children's Book

Special Education Teacher Debuts First Children's Book

Teacher Gladys Singletary read her new book, “A Snowman with a Heart,” to students at Hartley Elementary School on Friday, January 11. The book tells the story of three brothers who build snowmen in different places and shows what their choices reveal about their character.

Ms. Singletary, who teaches special education, said she hopes the book will help the children make good decisions.

“I want to share with students the importance of having good character and values that promote a positive community and life,” she said.

Hutchings Students Participate in Community Service Activity for HOSA Week

Hutchings Students Participate in Community Service Activity for HOSA Week

Hutchings Career Center HOSA chapter members participated in HOSA Week 2012 last semester by assisting with feeding homeless women and children at the Macon Rescue Mission's Dove Center.

The Dove Center is a residential program for female victims of domestic violence and their children.

The students had an opportunity to gain awareness about homelessness in the community.

"Macon A Difference" Fair Set for February

The City of Macon is preparing a resource fair that will teach organizations and volunteers how to serve the community better.

The event is called "Macon A Difference", and it will be held Feb. 1-2 at the Macon Centreplex. It will be open to the public.

Mayor Robert Reichert introduced the goals of the project during a press conference on Tuesday.

He said the city wants to collaborate with existing nonprofits and identify their niche areas of focus to pair them with other nonprofit organizations in order to help the city better deliver services to people in need.

Several organizations have signed up for the event, including: United Way of Central Georgia, Volunteer Macon, the Macon Housing Authority, Unity-N-Community, the Macedonia Church and Awakening Fires. 

Council Passes Landfill, Storm Water Management Projects

At Tuesday's Macon council committee meetings, members approved two major projects and tabled two others. And there seemed to be an emerging theme for the evening. 

On several initiatives, members said they wanted to wait until after the consolidated government takes place to make a decision. 

Council members agreed to let Macon Water Authority oversee the storm water management system. Sales tax money will fund the $7 million project. 

Members also supported a $15 thousand landfill planning project. An engineering firm will assess the landfill and create a strategic plan.

That includes recommendations on managing methane gas and a recycling system.

Members tabled a contract with the Georgia Department of Transportation on state highway maintenance and liability. The proposal would've cost $600-thousand.

CGTC Lady Cougars are on the Prowl

Under the direction of second year head coach Fala Bullock the Central Georgia Tech Lady Cougars are off to the best start in school history.

The Lady Cougars battled through injuries this year but aren't using that as an excuse.

At the mid-season-mark the Ladies find themselves in a three way tie for second place in the conference with a 17-4 record.

Wednesday, conference number one,  Darton comes to town looking to sweep CGTC but Coach Bullock and her crew have other plans in mind.

Two of the Darton players that Coach Bullock has on her radar, are no strangers to Central Georgia. Northside's Jasmine Wilson and Dodge County's Michelle Mitchell are starters and big time contributors for the visiting Lady Cavaliers.

Game time is Wednesday night at 5:30pm, men's team will follow.