The Grand’s newest director enters the scene
"I'm eager to assume leadership at The Grand, work with its proven staff, and help such a historic theater continue being and becoming all it can be," Frank Wood said.
Mayor Miller and partners launch Literacy Alliance
Miller declared September to be Adult Education and Family Literacy Month with the goal of improving literacy amongst children and adults in the community.
Where does it hurt?
When we share in community, we share vulnerability.
The magic of Macon’s 2022 All Hands Art Festival
Over a dozen art vendors displayed their crafts, which ranged in medium from jewelry to intricate pottery, stained glass to metal work, and even bonsai.
The other stuff you should be doing for your health
It's easy for us to feel like we have it all covered when our diets are decent and we have a consistent exercise routine. However, there is so much more that you can and should be doing to maximize
Local Shopping Guide
A desk refresh with a local touch may be just what you need to re-energize your workday.
Open Streets Macon announces two new routes for 2022
Bike Walk Macon is a nonprofit grassroots advocacy organization that promotes walking and cycling to stay healthy while having fun with friends.
Get to know Superintendent Dr. Dan A. Sims
I am for the people and always will be. My core life slogan is simply "value people."
Macon on your mind? Here’s why it should be.
Here’s just a snippet of why we believe Macon is so special.
Treasure Maps: Macon
The Storytelling Project returns to Macon to chronicle the lives of people with developmental disabilities