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Warner Robins

Warner Robins is proposing a property tax increase. Here’s how to make your voice heard

August 20, 2019

Macon Telegraph

The Warner Robins City Council is raising property taxes, although the millage rate is staying the same.

Milton raises $88,000 in annual boot drive

July 3, 2019

Milton has once again proven to be among the most generous cities in Georgia with residents donating over $88,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association through Milton Fire’s Fill the Boot campaign. Milton was second only to Warner-Robins.

Warner Robins city council members just voted to double their own salaries

June 18, 2019

Macon Telegraph

The Warner Robins City Council on Monday gave final approval to an ordinance that doubles its own salary.


June 6, 2019

Houston Home Journal

The Warner Robins City Council and Mayor approved an ordinance to create a City Administrator position in August 2017. Since then, the Council and Mayor had not taken any further action until Monday evening.


June 3, 2019

Houston Home Journal

Warner Robins City Attorney Jim Elliott announced his retirement to Mayor Randy Toms and Council Wednesday afternoon through an email.

Construction is finally starting on Warner Robins’ new sports complex. Here’s what to expect.

May 31, 2019

Macon Telegraph

A tractor mowing along a road about a month ago led to Mayor Randy Toms’ cellphone getting lit up.

Who was Warner Robins and why was the city named after him?

May 23, 2019

Macon Telegraph

That was the question posed to us by a reader of The Telegraph through Macon Me Curious, a project of the Center for Collaborative Journalism in partnership with The Telegraph and GPB Macon.

VIDEO: Vigil at Islamic Center in Centerville promotes love over hate after mosque attacks

March 25, 2019

Macon Telegraph

Chuck Shaheen, a former Warner Robins mayor and councilman, focused on commonalities among people and the need to love one another.


March 20, 2019

Houston Home Journal

Last week, State Representative Heath Clark placed a legal notice in the Houston Home Journal announcing a proposed bill that would amend the Warner Robins City Charter, but after having discussions with Council members Friday, Clark removed the notice Monday.


March 19, 2019

Houston Home Journal

State Representative Heath Clark and Shaw Blackmon met with council members at the Warner Robins City Hall to discuss a bill that would amend the city charter Friday morning. Representative Heath Clark says the bill has not been drafted yet but once it is, he will share its contents with the mayor and council before it is moved to the state level.