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MaconBibbTV features major upgrades to park in Macon-Bibb

Thanks to the work and resources of multiple people and groups, Daisy Park on Forsyth Street has received a major overhaul to make it a more active space for the neighborhood, visitors, and people needing a place to relax. Among the upgrades are a water feature, a brand-new basketball court, spruced-up green space, picnic tables, and a bench made from repurposed cement. Nearly a dozen organizations pitched in to make Daisy Park what it is today.

Click here for a MaconBibbTV video about the day those groups and people
came together to turn on the water feature and celebrate this major project.

To read and see more about this park and the event, click here.

Artist-run space coming to downtown Macon

The Urban Development Authority's 'Macon Action Plan' is aiming to improve the future of downtown Macon. Their website says more than 100 empty store fronts are in the urban core, but one Macon couple is trying to bring more activity in to downtown by opening an artist run space in a 5,000 square foot warehouse.

Fire hits Macon's Dempsey Apartments

Residents at the Dempsey apartments on Cherry Street, were forced to evacuate after a fire broke out on the eighth floor.

    According to Macon-Bibb Fire officials, the call came in shortly after 6 p.m. Monday night.

    Chief Marvin Riggins says when the first crew arrived on the scene they were able to see light smoke coming from the building. 

Nu-Way Weiners celebrates 100 years

One Macon restaurant celebrated a big anniversary over the weekend.

Nu-Way's been “grillin' the special flavor” for the past 100 years.

Bright red hot dogs on the grill await their toppings before they go into the hands of hungry customers at Nu-Way Weiners on Zebulon Road.

Charles Wolf has been eating them since he was a kid.

“Let’s see…I probably ate my first nu-way downtown when I was 5 or 6 years old and I'm now 81,” said Wolf.

But the best part? The chili.

“It’s just spicy enough. Now sometimes when I eat out here, it gets a little spicy. It makes my head sweat and I really feel like I’ve got my money’s worth,” said Wolf.

Not much has changed at Nu-Way over the past 100 years; not even the recipe for their signature chili that goes on their hot dogs.

Bibb Sheriffs host tactical training program

On Monday, over 30 law enforcement agencies across Georgia took part in some hands on tactical training at the Georgia Tactical Officers Association Conference.

Over 200 deputies attended, including Deputy Nathan Geyer of the Paulding County Sheriff's Office. 

It was Geyer's second year attending. 

Marchers talk about life, legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On January 18, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, Macon-Bibb County, churches, and other organizations hosted the annual March to celebrate the life and legacy of the civil rights leader. Beginning at the Booker T. Washington Community Center, Rosa Jackson Community Center, Frank Johnson Recreation Center, and Memorial Gymnasium, people from all over the community marched to Government Center in Downtown.

That day’s events and what it means to the community as told by the men, women, and children that participated are featured by MaconBibbTV in a new video that can be watched by clicking here.  


Macon group cleaning up Sunnydale graffiti