Anisah Muhammad, The Telegraph

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Past articles by Anisah:

Eight programs received $1.5 million in grants from the Peyton Anderson Foundation

The Peyton Anderson Foundation gave $1.5 million in grants to eight Macon, Georgia programs. Programs include focus areas like health, housing, homeless, foster care, crime and community. → Read More

Here’s what to do if a massive flood hits Middle Georgia again

It’s been 25 years since the flood of 1994. Macon-Bibb County’s Emergency Management shares guidelines on what to do before, during and after a flood along with general emergency and natural disaster tips. → Read More

Want $3,000? Do 30 good deeds and enter the Peyton Anderson summer challenge.

To celebrate 30 years of philanthropy, the Peyton Anderson Foundation challenges Macon GA residents to do 30 acts of good. The reward is $3,000 to a charity of your choice. → Read More

How honey bee deaths could have economic impact on Middle Georgia’s agriculture

A survey by Auburn University found that beekeepers have suffered honey bee colony losses. UGA’s bee specialists explain what that means for Georgia agriculture and farms. → Read More

7 things to know about traveling to or from Georgia ahead of Fourth of July

Report lists what you need to know before you travel to or from Macon, Georgia for the July 4 holiday weekend. This includes air and road travel. It also lists cheapest gas prices. → Read More

6 Middle Georgia Independence Day events to watch fireworks, enjoy music and more

Celebrate Fourth of July in Middle Georgia. Independence Day events include Macon’s sparks over the park, Warner Robins’ concert, Perry’s parade and celebrations in Centerville, Milledgeville and Fort Valley. → Read More

Q&A: How Habitat for Humanity is serving Macon and Middle Georgia

Macon Area Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization, is offering programs and services to help low-income families with home ownership. Learn more from Executive Director Ivey Hall. → Read More

Celebrate music for free at this ‘Macon Downtown Boogie’

Macon Downtown Boogie in Macon, Georgia is part of Make Music Day. The free music festival is from 2-7 p.m. Friday June 21 at Third Street Park and Cherry Street. Make Music Day began in 1982 in France. → Read More

These Maconites won $5,000 to create resources for residents. Here are their plans

Two Macon, Georgia community leaders were accepted as Emerging City Champions fellows. They received a $5,000 grant from the Knight Foundation to develop mental health and neighborhood park projects. → Read More

A church and laundromat are teaming up to make sure people in Macon have clean clothes

Macon, Georgia’s Laundry Love program provides free laundry services and products once a month. The program operates out of Laundry Depot and is operated by the church, Divine Presence Worship Center. → Read More

Macon residents share thoughts on what Juneteenth means to them

The 27th Annual Juneteenth Freedom Festival occurred in Tattnall Square Park, where Macon community members expressed their thoughts on freedom and history. → Read More

Kids can get free fruit at downtown Navicent Health market

Children’s Hospital at the Medical Center, Navicent Health in Macon, Georgia is offering free fresh fruit for children. Children can grab a free apple, orange or banana outside of Rosie’s Market. → Read More

Despite the odds, this Macon veteran survived. Now, he’s being honored

Sean Long, a Macon, Georgia, veteran who was severely injured in Iraq, was honored at the 2019 Carolina Country Music Festival by Disabled American Veterans for his sacrifice. → Read More

Macon WIC office partners with Head Start programs to give free produce

The Felton Homes WIC Office in Macon is partnering with local Head Start programs to give participants free fruits and vegetables at the annual farmer’s market, hosted by the North Central Health District. → Read More

How community conversations will help plan Macon’s arts and culture future

The Community Foundation of Central Georgia received $100,000 in funds from the Knight Foundation to lead arts, music and culture planning in Macon-Bibb County, Georgia. They’re partnering with local organizations. → Read More

Hip-hop summit, films, festival and more will commemorate Juneteenth in Macon

Here’s a list of free Juneteenth events being held in Macon, Georgia to honor freedom and the end of slavery. Events include a mental health forum, unity summit, conversations about youth, tours and a dinner. → Read More

She’s tried to qualify twice for 745-mile ride in France. This Middle Ga. woman won’t give up

Connie Swinson, a 64-year-old Middle Georgia woman, is training to take part in Paris-Brest-Paris Brevet, a 1,200 kilometer endurance ride in France. First she needs to qualify in Raleigh, North Carolina. → Read More