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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

Carl Collier has served cafeteria food to students for more than a decade.


Two years ago, an assemblage of Bibb County leaders -- including former school Superintendent Romain Dallemand and law enforcement officials -- stood together to announce a new discipline plan for the...


On a summer day that flip-flopped between sun and rain, Julie Bragg was surrounded by children in the pool at her north Macon swim school, also her home.


People who travel Ga. 49 in Jones County are invited to a Georgia Department of Transportation meeting to discuss a new railroad bridge.


Unemployment rates in Macon and Warner Robins rose in June from last month, but the rates are lower than the same period last year.


The doors of Ingleside Village Pizza in Mercer Village were closed Wednesday, and a gate covered the front of the restaurant.


More than six months after Macon police and Bibb deputies merged, the sheriff’s office is becoming a united force, but some work remains.


The halls of Mercer University’s McCorkle Music Building are crowded with pianos in preparation for an unusual sale.


Four men played video gaming machines at the BP for about an hour before robbing the convenience store at 4739 Houston Road early Wednesday.


Sections of three downtown streets will close at 4 p.m. Saturday for the Bragg Jam music festival, and one block of Second Street will remain closed for nearly three months.


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