As 2019 draws to a close, you may be anticipating – or have already received – a year-end bonus from your employer. Or you might be receiving a substantial cash
While the weather for Santa’s arrival was rainy, the weather for the parade was clear and temperate. The annual Christmas Parade, hosted by the Milledgeville Exchange occurred, although there were
A quick stint of rain did not stop the First Friday traditions happening in Downtown Milledgeville. The annual tree lighting and arrival of Santa occurred at 6 p.m. sharp on
On the very same field that a year ago saw the disappointment and despair of falling a game shy of a state championship for John Milledge Academy, the Trojans used
Dear Governor: Forgive me for not writing you sooner. I didn’t want you to think I had forgotten you, but I know you have been busy. It is hard to
Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither was the Baldwin County School District. In recent years, the district has seen continued growth, mainly due to the leadership of Superintendent Dr.
Through Friday, Dec. 20 The first display in of a series of exhibits, “A Tale of Two Schools,” will be at the Sallie Ellis Davis House Eddy School through Dec.
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