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Soccer, music, and culture abound at Fort Valley State University

Soccer, food, music, performances, raffles and a parade. Sound like a fun day?

Fort Valley State relying on defense in 2014

The theme for this year's Fort Valley State Wildcats is 'undeniable.'

Byron police officers find bags of kittens, man charged with seven counts of animal cruelty

Ronald Wade Tarwick is charged with seven counts of animal cruelty after Byron Police Officers found a bag of kittens outside of his home.

Magician dazzles viewers on 41 Today

41 Today hopes to blow your mind, and local magician William Davenport visited our studio to do just that.

Peach County pair to play baseball at Brewton-Parker

Two former Peach County baseball players will continue their careers at Brewton-Parker College in Mt. Vernon.

Peach County looks to rebound after transition year

Bill Shanks talks with the head coach of the Peach County Trojans, Chad Campbell.

Byron celebrates 4th of July with first ever Independence Day event

Looking to celebrate the Fourth of July with good music, food, and fun? Then you will want to check out Byron's Independence Day event.

Peach County school board announces new superintendent

Dr. Daryl Fineran was chosen at the new superintendent for the Peach County Board of Education.

Peach County farm featured in Southern Living magazine

If you pick up the latest edition of Southern Living magazine, you will spot a local farm in this month's food issue.

Dr. Price running for senate district 18 seat for a second time, focusing on healthcare

Dr. Spencer Price sits down with 41NBC to talk about his second run for the Georgia senate district 18 seat.

Kennedy will focus on job creation, protecting agribusiness if elected to senate district 18

Republican John F. Kennedy is running to fill the empty senate seat in district 18.

Peach County High School engine building team to perform at Atlanta Motor Speedway event this weekend

A team of Peach County School students can tear down an engine and rebuild it in less than half an hour.