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Senators float idea of making state employees work for less

Some Georgia senators are wondering whether state employees could be made to do the same work for less money.

Macon Publix workers volunteer at Masonic Home of Georgia

More than 7,500 Publix employees volunteered throughout the company's seven-state service area Tuesday as part of the organization's "Publix Gives Day."

Kroger looking to hire more than 600 employees

Kroger is hosting a job fair this weekend.

Employees at Wendy’s on Gray Highway robbed at gunpoint

Bibb deputies are investigating an armed robbery incident that happened around 9:30 PM at the Wendy's restaurant on Gray Highway.

Macon-Bibb settles with two landfill employees over ‘wrongful termination’

Macon-Bibb's Landfill seems to be full of more problems than trash. The county dump has left the city with settlement payments to two former employees.

Employee shot, killed during robbery at Macon restaurant

Bibb Deputies are investigating a shooting that happened at Hot Wings Plus on Pio Nono Ave. Employees leaving weren't expecting what they encountered.

Macon-Bibb Commission approves paid parental leave for employees

Commissioners voted on Tuesday unanimously in favor of an ordinance that would allow paid maternity and paternity leave.

Navicent Employees speak out against claims of discrimination in closing of Macon Health Club

Navicent Health employees are speaking out after claims of foul play in closing the Macon Health Club.

They’ve done it again; Geico employees raise more than $1M toward United Way

One of Middle Georgia's biggest employers just reached a million dollar milestone in their campaign partnership with United Way of Central Georgia.
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BCSO investigating double homicide

Witnesses told police two men were fighting when a third man approached with a gun and fired shots.

BS Report: May 28th

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Chase Elliott ends week of misery with overdue Cup victory

Chase Elliott ended a week of miserable finishes with an overdue Cup victory.

USC’s Daniels heading to Georgia to compete for QB job

Georgia has picked up another high-profile transfer to compete for its starting quarterback job, landing former Southern California starter JT Daniels.