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Wednesday, September 23, 2020
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UPDATE (Tuesday, September 22 at 3 p.m.): Georgia COVID-19 tracker

Here's a look at the latest COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) data in Georgia, published today by the Georgia Department of Public Health.

John Hancock Academy moving to distance learning for 14 days

John Hancock County will move to distance learning for the next 14 days.

Houston County School District reports additional COVID-19 cases

The Houston County School District says additional schools have now at positive COVID-19 tests.

Johnson County football player tests positive for COVID-19

Johnson County High School football workouts are suspended through Tuesday, August 18 after a player tested positive for COVID-19.

Gov. Kemp extends Public Health State of Emergency, COVID-19 safety measures

Governor Brian Kemp Friday signed two executive orders extending the state's Public Health State of Emergency and existing COVID-19 safety measures.

GHSA Board of Trustees votes to push back football season 2 weeks

The Georgia High School Association Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday to push back the start of football season two weeks.

List of reopening plans for Middle Georgia school districts

The COVID-19 pandemic is altering how school will look when students return this fall.

Disney World reopens as coronavirus cases surge in Florida

“The Most Magical Place on Earth” has reopened after nearly four months with new rules in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Jimmie Johnson 1st NASCAR driver to test positive for virus

NASCAR star Jimmie Johnson has tested positive for the coronavirus.

Fourth of July fireworks sales skyrocket in Macon

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Fireworks sales have skyrocketed as many July 4th events were canceled due to coronavirus. According to Cheryl Story, a Jakes Fireworks...

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Commissioners hold off on the purchase of new landfill site

Macon Mayor Robert Reichert wants to use 2018 SPLOST funds for the purchase, which he estimates will cost $8.7 million.

BCSO: Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Gray Highway

One person is dead after being hit by a vehicle in the 1100 block of Gray Highway just after 9:30 Tuesday night.

How to stay safe during fall festivities in the pandemic

Dexter’s Produce set up a pumpkin patch for families, and plan to host socially distanced activities.

Staying cool Wednesday ahead of increasing rain chances

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Today we saw a beautiful day for our first day of fall. Our highs topped out in the 70's and we saw...
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