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Ag-Pro Companies of Boston, GA acquires Mid Georgia Tractor – Macon Div.
MACON, Ga., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, Georgia's academic, civic, economic, and government leaders began a long-awaited conversation about the future of our state. The Macon State College Conference Center played host to the 2010 GeorgiaForward Forum.
By Travis Fain, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jul. 27--Bragg Jam was headed for a record-breaking year Saturday evening, exceeding even organizers' expectations. Large crowds packed music venues, and the music spilled into the streets.
By Phillip Ramati, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jul. 17--Jon Allen always has been a couple of decades late when it comes to his love of music.
By Julie Hubbard, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jul. 15--Twiggs County principals will be pulling out their dusty paddles when school resumes and using them when students act up. At least that's the school system's aim.
By Phillip Ramati, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jul. 13--Thanks to hot summertime temperatures and a dearth of high-profile offices up for grabs, local political experts are predicting relatively low voter turnout in Tuesday's primaries.
By Amy Leigh Womack, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jun. 25--A WMAC News Talk 940 radio personality was charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession Tuesday, according to Macon police.
By Amy Leigh Womack, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jun. 24--A WMAC News Talk 940 radio personality was charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession this afternoon, according to Macon police.
By Linda S. Morris, The Macon Telegraph, Ga. Jun. 19--A proposed power plant in Barnesville is planning to use wood that would normally rot in the forest or in landfills to create enough electricity to power about 40,000 homes. Charlotte, N.C.-based Rollcast Energy Inc.