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'What will be our unique footprint?': Warner Robins continues environmental study of city center site

At Monday night's council meeting, leaders voted on a survey that will help them continue to push forward in the process of developing Warner Robins' downtown. → Read More

Robot Server helps with staffing shortage

Businesses are always looking for unique ways to curb the issue, and help retain the staff they do have. → Read More

Macon hosts Annual Georgia Bridal Show

Folks could meet photographers, caterers, DJs. Scope out wedding venues, and try food samples. There was even a fashion show full of gowns and tuxedos. → Read More

Georgia lawmakers consider bill that addresses teacher shortage

Peach County is holding a job fair Saturday 9 a.m. - noon at Peach County High School. They are looking to hire K-12 teaching positions, and many other positions. → Read More

'It's rewarding': Warner Robins Fire Department looking to hire firefighters

Uncertified firefighter positions close this Friday. Chief Moulton says they work to challenge, train, and uplift anyone that joins their family. → Read More

6-hour standoff ends after man shot, arrested on Somerset Drive in Warner Robins

As law enforcement attempted to lure Renaldo Smith out of his home, he shot at officers and they returned fire. Smith was shot in forearm after 6-hour standoff. → Read More

California boy with rare cancer gets spirits lifted in Museum of Aviation visit

10-year-old Colton Williford had a special trip at the Aviation Museum before undergoing a procedure for his cancer later in the week. → Read More

'Hope more people would take advantage': Macon Volunteer Clinic Celebrates 20 years of service

The clinic invites everyone to celebrate with them on February 10. They say they couldn't have reached 20 years without community support. → Read More

Warner Robins gets grant to help curb illegal trash dumping

The organization received $5,000 that they will use towards a bulk dump event. Folks will be able to bring their paint and electrical recycling and large items. → Read More

Robins Air Force Base job fair aimed at hiring in computer science field

It is hosted by 402nd Software Engineering Group from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, January 26. → Read More

Macon airport extension brings growth to area

The extension should be complete in late 2024 or early 2025. 25 - 40 percent should be complete this year → Read More

Neighbors shocked after family shot in south Macon on Thoroughbred Lane

Folks in the neighborhood tell us they plan to hold a candle vigil in the coming days. → Read More

'A time-sensitive matter': Rabid raccoon attack in Macon shows importance of keeping pets safe from rabies

If you believe your pet has come in contact with an infected animal, call animal control and the health department as soon as possible. Infection can lead to death → Read More

Middle Georgia State University helping to fill jobs at Robins Air Force Base

Starting this fall, students can receive a Bachelor's or Associate's degree at the Warner Robins campus. The base says they have unlimited positions in this field → Read More

Warner Robins emergency employees get retention bonuses

According to the incentive agreement, unless an employee quits, they will receive three checks in three years, each $1,333. → Read More

Warner Robins to provide free CDL training to help create new jobs

City employees will get 80 hours of training, from instructors at the public works department. They will train with city trucks during normal work hours. → Read More

'They set the pathway': Two men reflect on the legacy of the Montford Point Marines

Both men agree that the Montford Point Marines set the sights for how far they can go. → Read More

Rising Egg prices affecting local restaurants

H&H general manager Tandrea Myers says eggs went from $75 a case to nearly $200. → Read More

Daybreak in Macon offers shelter from cold temperatures

They opened last night to provide warmth with the help of the Warner Robins warming center. → Read More

'It is an all of us issue': Homeless Encampment effecting visitors experience at Rose Hill

The increased homeless presence could cause visitors to stay away, but Katelyn Woodward says the bigger issue is figuring out how to properly help our neighbors. → Read More