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City of Perry hosts first public council meeting since January

City Manager Lee Gilmour, says Perry's population has grown 37% since 2012.

Nearly $1 million in business tax credits awarded to Perry since 2018

The Rural Zone program offers tax credits to eligible businesses for job creation, investment, and building rehabilitation.

Registered sex offender in Perry sentenced

45-year-old Michael Walker will serve 20 months followed by five years of supervised release.

Perry adjusts to spike in COVID-19 cases

Mayor Randall Walker said they are limiting public access to City Hall.

Houston County holds groundbreaking for new government building

The building will be almost 20,000 square feet and cost $3.5 million to build.

Long lines form as early voting begins for Senate runoff election

Board of Elections Chairman reported one issue when polls opened this morning.

Perry businesses prepare for holiday shopping season

The event will feature sidewalk displays and unique holiday treasures.

Glow Balloon Tour visits Perry

The Georgia National Fairgrounds geared up for the South Georgia Balloon Festival this weekend.

2 arrested in connection to Perry shooting

Two men are arrested after being accused of firing shots at several people outside and inside an apartment last week.

Perry High School varsity football suspended until September 26

Perry High School's varsity football activities are suspended until September 26.

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Bibb Schools Supt. reveals plans for $100M+ in federal stimulus funding

Bibb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Curtis Jones was the special guest Friday night at Macon Masters, a new flagship series at the Grand Opera House featuring speakers who are Middle Georgia leaders.

Pavement project to cause lane closure on I-75 in Bibb, Monroe Counties

Crews will be evaluating the pavement on I-75 south from the I-475 junction to Arkwright Road in Macon.

Daybreak Center receives $24K+ donation

Subaru of Macon has donated $24,715 to Daybreak.

Governor Kemp stops in Vienna to promote farm industry, signs two bills into law

VIENNA, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Governor Brian Kemp spent the day in Southwest Georgia signing two new bills into law and promoting the state's farm...