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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

Before 9-year-old William Barnes walked inside Wal-Mart on Monday, he already knew what he wanted: Legos and a Nintendo Wii game called Super Smash Bros. Brawl.


Travelers heading south will have to find another place to stop on Interstate 75 in Dooly County.


H&R Block will hold a public talk Saturday about the impact of the Affordable Care Act.


Someone dug up a Crawford County grave and might have removed its contents over the weekend.


Macedonia Church is holding a free seminar this coming Saturday to help students find scholarships for college.


The Pleasant Hill neighborhood is about to get a little more pleasant, if the staff at Strong Tower Fellowship has its way.


A talk on race and policing Sunday morning aired some community suspicion but focused on calls for mutual understanding.


When Centerville police Chief Sid Andrews visited The Telegraph’s Facebook page in the fall, he took exception to comments that labeled his city a speed trap.


• Revenues from fines for driving up to 17 mph over the speed limit cannot exceed more than 40 percent of the ticketing law enforcement agency’s budget.


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