Stanley Dunlap, The Telegraph

Stanley Dunlap

The Telegraph

Macon, GA, United States

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Past articles by Stanley:

A Macon park may get a disc golf course if flying objects don’t get in the way

A pitch is being made to install an 18-hole disc golf course inside Amerson River Park in Macon, Ga. John Harrison and David Feldberg made their pitch to the County Commission on Tuesday. → Read More

Could Macon’s infrastructure withstand another Tropical Storm Alberto?

The intense rains from Tropical Storm Alberto in 1994 wrecked havoc in parts of Middle Georgia, including leaving Macon without running water. How well would infrastructure hold up to in 2019? → Read More

Are Middle Georgia governments ready for a cyberattack?

Macon-Bibb County, Georgia leaders are trying to avoid a cyber breach after Atlanta and Baltimore were struck by major cyber attacks in 2018 and 2019. → Read More

Man dead after being shot in the chest in Macon, coroner confirms

A 62-year-old man was shot dead in Macon, Ga., on Monday, July 1, 2019. The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating. → Read More

Macon seniors offered ‘outpouring of help’ after complaints of bed bugs, broken air conditioners

Management at Vineville Christian Towers in Macon-Bibb County, Georgia says they’re addressing concerns from residents about security and bed bugs at the affordable housing facility for seniors. → Read More

Macon-Bibb officials are denying some alcohol licenses. Are they on shaky legal ground?

Macon-Bibb, Georgia County Commission controls which businesses receive alcohol licenses. This include beer, wine and liquor. Some businesses are fighting back over the legality of their application denials. → Read More

Columbus, Macon become ‘Smart’ communities in Georgia. Here’s what that means.

Georgia Tech announced Tuesday, June 18, 2019, that Macon-Bibb County and Columbus governments were two of the newest grant recipients of the schools’ Georgia Smart Communities Challenge. → Read More

Sheriff pleads for pay raise but Bibb official says it would lead to ‘revolt.’ Here’s the 2020 budget.

The Macon-Bibb County Commission approved a $164 million general fund budget for fiscal 2020. The budget does not include property tax hike after the GA county’s millage rate was increased the past two years. → Read More

Flight service between Middle Georgia and Washington, D.C., area to be extended

Contour Airlines flights from the Middle Georgia Regional Airport (MCN) in Macon, Georgia, to Baltimore Washington International (BWI) in the Washington, D.C. area expected to continue until 2023. → Read More

‘Wild kingdom.’ What’s going on with unkept golf course, pool in Macon’s Barrington Hall?

Christopher Marcum, owner of Barrington Hall Golf Club in Macon, Georgia, was cited by Macon-Bibb County for unsanitary conditions that include green water in pool. → Read More

Ex-city manager sues Fort Valley, says she was harassed over pregnancy by other officials

Fort Valley GA city attorney says Mayor Barbara Williams and Councilwoman Juanita Bryant deny the allegations that they harassed and retaliated against city administrator Karin Vinson who filed a federal lawsuit. → Read More

Would renaming Thomaston Road bring more people to visit Lake Tobesofkee?

Thomaston Road in Macon, Ga, could become Tobesofkee Parkway in an effort to promote tourism in west Bibb County. The new name would be a nod to Lake Tobesofkee and the recreational offerings in the area. → Read More

This Bibb solider went missing in Korean War. Decades later his memory lives on.

The lone living sibling of an Army soldier who went missing during the Korean War says her brother’s legacy will live on at this important Macon-Bibb County intersection in Lizella, GA. → Read More

Macon tire plant workers threatened with job loss if they voted yes to union, judge says

Employees at the Kumho tire plant in Macon, Ga., may get another chance to vote on being represented by a union after a judge said the company violated federal laws prior to a 2017 vote. → Read More

Who will be Macon-Bibb’s next mayor? The list of candidates is growing already.

Former Mayor C. Jack Ellis, County Commissioners Elaine Lucas and Virgil Watkins and former educator Stanley Stewart have either decided on or are considering a run for mayor next year in Macon-Bibb County, GA. → Read More

4 things you need to know about Macon-Bibb mayor’s 2020 budget

Macon-Bibb County Mayor Robert Reichert presented his fiscal 2020 budget. His proposed budget does not include a property tax hike after the county’s millage rate was increased the previous two years. → Read More

Should you be jailed for weed? Supporters, critics speak out on plan to reduce penalties in Macon

Supporters and critics spoke out at a hearing about a plan to reduce the penalty for misdemeanor marijuana possession to a fine instead of potential jail time or probation. → Read More

New apartments, senior living and Mercer dorms are coming to Macon

The Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission approved various types of permits for new housing developments, a truck stop and a Mercer University student housing complex and parking garage. → Read More

Rigsby’s Water World re-opens this weekend for first full season. Here’s what to expect.

Opening weekend for Rigby’s Water World in Warner Robins, GA starts May 18 as the Warner Robins water park begins its first full season in operation. More than 150,000 guests are expected this year. → Read More

A mayor in Houston County has suddenly resigned

Perry, Ga. Mayor Jimmy Faircloth announced Friday May 10, 2019, that he will resign on May 31. Faircloth has been head of the Houston County city for nine-and-a-half years. → Read More