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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Federal judge returns lawsuit preventing relocation of confederate statues to county courts

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Bibb County Superior Courts will decide on the relocation of two confederate statues. Macon-Bibb commissioners voted to move the statues from...

Judge appointed to Macon confederate statue case

The original case was filed by Martin Bell, and the Military Order of the Stars and Bars Georgia Society Inc.

Community Foundation launches fund to help remove Confederate statues

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Community Foundation launched its Harmony Enabled by Appropriate Location (HEAL) fund to help remove two Confederate statues in downtown...

Macon resident files lawsuit to protect Confederate statues

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)-- A Macon resident has filed a lawsuit against Macon Mayor Robert Reichert and five Bibb County commissioners. Martin Bell and the James...

Art installations to be preserved at Tubman Museum

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)-- The Tubman Museum in downtown Macon has received the art installations that surrounded the confederate statues on Poplar Street and Cotton Avenue. Harold...

Former mayor reveals Georgia policy giving cities control over monuments

A former Macon mayor and several A.M.E clergy members are calling for the removal of the two confederate statues in Macon.

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Schnitzer Steel Industries bringing jobs to Macon

A partnership between Schnitzer Steel Industries and the Macon-Bibb Industrial Authority will help create jobs.

Residents worried after Sardis Church Road truck stop approved

The possibility of two truck stops has people who live in the area concerned.

Education fund created for daughter of Deputy Christopher Knight

"This is a trying time. But having good people around you stepping up like this makes you go through the healing process."

Warm and dry Tuesday

Sunshine and warmer than normal high temps will be back for another day in Middle Georgia. High pressure will continue to keep us dry and...