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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

Poster-wielding families from across Georgia converged on Macon Tuesday to welcome home members the 48th Brigade Combat Team.


If you’ve got a great idea to make Macon more successful, the Knight Foundation wants to hear from you.


Drivers should see the cheapest gas prices in four years this fall.


A former Bibb County sheriff’s deputy who was fired for insubordination is still trying to get his job back.


When Ingram-Pye Elementary School Principal Quintin Green walks the halls of his school, he can feel his students’ vitality.


The crew of the USS Rodney M. Davis paid tribute to its namesake earlier this month, marking the 47th anniversary of his death.


Jones, Peach and Twiggs counties have been designated Camera Ready, allowing Georgia to proclaim Monday that all of its 159 counties are ready for their close-ups.


A candlelight vigil for Monroe County deputy Michael Norris has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Monroe County Board of Education office, located at 25 Brooklyn Ave. in Forsyth.


When Jonathan Hughes was 3 years old, he put on plays for his family in their garage. He performed on the stage of a local theater for the first time at age 7.


Thanks to a federal loan of close to $2 million, Monroe County will finally be able to provide water to the entire area where many home wells are polluted by uranium.


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