Historic Macon Executive Director Ethiel Garlington talks about the former Train Recreation Center at the corner of Oglethorpe and First streets Sept. 10, 2019. The Foundation is hoping Macon-Bibb County would use blight bonds proceeds to restore it.
Plans to redevelop a mostly empty and deteriorating shopping center in southwest Macon were approved Monday by the Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission.
Plans for a hotel and retail space at a downtown high rise that once was the city’s annex building got the green light Monday at a Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission hearing.
More than a dozen roads in Macon are about to get resurfaced.
Roderick Bell rides a street sweeper through town as the sun rises over Macon. He is headed to Fort Hill Street in East Macon at around 20 miles per hour.
After a long battle, Macon’s only movie theater will now be able to serve alcohol.
The mission of Centenary Community Ministries is to develop sustainable communities through the revitalization of people and place.
When Darrin Ford was asked to give up a part of his prize money to help another small business get started downtown, he said yes.
A champion professional disc golfer says Macon-Bibb County needs another course to attract more tournaments and draw more people to the sport.
There was no running water in Macon for nearly three weeks in the summer of 1994 after deadly Tropical Storm Alberto struck the midstate.