Kenneth Lemoine, The Telegraph

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Past articles by Kenneth:

This North Macon youth baseball team is headed to the World Series

The 8U North Macon All-Stars youth baseball team recently won the Dixie Youth Baseball Georgia state tournament. They are now preparing to play in the Dixie Youth Baseball World Series in Ruston, Louisiana. → Read More

Want to be in a movie? How to get cast in Netflix flick that’s filming in Macon

Netflix will be filming portions of a movie with the working title, “Ivan,” in Macon from July 15-22. Extras will be needed to film scenes, so Netflix is hosting casting call for extras. → Read More

In case you missed it, these 4 new Georgia state laws are now in effect

New state laws signed by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp went into effect July 1. The new laws include access to medical marijuana, preservation of rape evidence, a raised minimal marriage age, and renter protection. → Read More

’It was a godsend:’ How the Salvation Army in Macon is helping local military veterans

The Salvation Army of Greater Macon in Georgia is expanding their Veterans Program. Services will include job placement, beds and shelter for homeless military veterans, counseling and therapy. → Read More

Macon Coliseum is getting $5 million facelift. The next project is cool for the summer.

The Macon Coliseum in Middle Georgia is getting $5 million in upgrades, renovations. The next project is repairing the air conditioning and heating system. → Read More

New non-profit series explores how Wesley Glen Ministries helps Macon community

Wesley Glen Ministries in Macon, Georgia serve adults with special needs by providing necessary food, transportation and socialization opportunities. CEO Tyler Plaxico talks about the non-profit’s work. → Read More

Georgia Power wants you to be safe during Hurricane season. Here’s how.

With the 2019 Hurricane season underway, Georgia Power is encouraging customers to be safe and ready for tropical weather. This includes Macon and Middle Georgia despite being away from the Coast. → Read More

Here’s a way to visit Macon’s museums free of charge for up to a week

After a nearly two-month delay, the Macon Museum Passes are available to be checked out at Georgia public libraries. The museum grants up to four people free admission to three of Macon’s museums for up to one week. → Read More

Veteran, mother of 3 receives new home thanks to this Houston County organization

Ayanah Gaines, a veteran and single mother of 3, received a newly constructed home from Houston County Habitat for Humanity’s Veterans Build program. She had to apply for the home and be approved. → Read More

Cyclists celebrate new part of Macon’s expanding bike trail while enjoying nature

There’s a new trail in town and cyclists celebrated its opening this week as Bike Walk Macon promoted the benefits of biking and walking instead of using cars, when possible. → Read More

Annual music festival coming to Macon this weekend features old school bands

The annual Soul Jam Festival brings variety of live old-school music to Macon’s Henderson Stadium Sunday starting at 3 p.m. Acts include David Lucas and the Soul Jam Band, The Bar-Kays and Slave. → Read More