Baldwin County

Milledgeville mayor calling on council to decide city manager’s fate

The mayor of Milledgeville is asking city council to decide if city manager should lose his job over "retaliation" remarks.

GBI arrests former Ivey police chief

The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office says the GBI arrested and brought in the former Ivey police chief.

Man arrested in connection with Milledgeville armed robbery

A man was arrested in connection with an armed robbery at Milledgeville's Wireless Express.

Accused child molester arrested in Milledgeville

Milledgeville police arrested an accused child molester after an extensive investigation.

Georgia Military College to open new campus in Fayetteville

Georgia Military College is getting bigger. School leaders announced Friday they are opening a new campus in Fayetteville.

Georgia College students use music to help community

Music is more than just entertainment for a group of students at Georgia College in Milledgeville. While taking classes in the music therapy program at the school, they're using their voice, instruments, and songs to help people in their community.

GC golf “Meet the Bobcats” night rescheduled

The Georgia College golf team will still be participating in “Meet the Bobcats” night at Zaxby’s, but the date has been changed due to scheduling conflicts. Originally scheduled for this Wednesday, the event is now slated to take place Monday April 21 from 5-8 p.m.

No. 9 Georgia College baseball rained out Saturday, will play doubleheader Sunday

The No. 9 Georgia College baseball team (22-5) will have to wait another day to take on Carson-Newman (17-16), as rainy weather washed out Saturday's single game, shortening the three-game set to just a doubleheader Sunday, March 30 beginning at noon.

GCSU softball game Sunday dubbed “StriKeOut Cancer Day”

The Georgia College softball team wishes to recognize survivors and help bring awareness to finding a cure for cancer at a softball doubleheader Sunday, March 30 against Flagler College.

Bobcat women’s tennis listed 26th in the nation

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) released its most recent national team rankings Wednesday, with Georgia College Women's Tennis taking No. 26 in the nation.

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