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Central Georgia refers to the area near the geographic center of the U.S. state of Georgia, mostly the metropolitan area surrounding the city of Macon, in Bibb County.

Similar, and possibly coextensive, named regions include Central Georgia and the Heart of Georgia. While no precise definition exists, there are several ways to group places as part of the area.


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News from Macon and Central Georgia from The Macon News

Everyone will now be able to get in free at the Museum of Arts and Sciences on the first Saturday of each month.


Parents purchasing prepaid money cards for children heading off to college need to beware of a scam believed to be operating between Milledgeville and Atlanta.


As the application window for Bibb County schools superintendent ended Tuesday, many of the candidates are educators from Georgia.


Country superstar Luke Bryan is coming to Macon in October.


ATLANTA -- What would happen to Plant Scherer if the federal government decides to implement carbon dioxide pollution cuts isn’t settled, according to Georgia Power. It will all depend on the...


A story in Sunday’s Telegraph on H&H Restaurant incorrectly stated that Kirsten West is director of The Big House. She no longer holds that position.


The Fincher’s Barbecue on Houston Road has a smokier aroma after Sunday’s fire in the kitchen.


It’s not easy to get a public sign erected, given the red tape that’s often part of the process.


Macon’s zoning commission delayed Monday a decision on an application to demolish downtown’s historic Douglass House until its next meeting.


The finishing touches remain to be done for two projects in Macon’s Coleman Hill Park, while a third is awaiting forms to create concrete circle sculptures.


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