Milledgeville Main Street is hosting an online Halloween costume contest during October on Facebook.
Milledgeville City Council voted last week to extend sidewalk dining at local restaurants and other eateries amid the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
For the past several years, Ed Walker has led The Development Authority of Milledgeville and Baldwin County as board chairman. With another year approaching, Walker has stepped down from the position, but will stay on as a board member.
A number of firefighters with Baldwin County Fire Rescue and Milledgeville Fire Rescue joined officers from the Milledgeville Police Department and Georgia College Department of Public Safety to remember their fallen brothers and sisters of nearly 20 years ago.
The special weekend service honoring Lewis in Milledgeville was held outside Allen’s Market in the plaza of what used to be a thriving area for black businesses in the city.
In addition to being a designated 2020 Accredited Main Street America program by the National Main Street Center, Milledgeville Main Street always strives for better and has been named a Georgia’s Exceptional Main Street for the past four years.
Preventing the community spread of COVID-19 has become a paramount concern of officials with the city of Milledgeville.
Henry E. “Hank” Griffeth has what he considers the best job he could ever have.
The City of Milledgeville Main Street/Downtown Development Authority Program has been designated as a 2020 Accredited Main Street America™ program.
The Baldwin County Board of Commissioners has entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the city of Milledgeville to assist with the funding for a bridge replacement on Barrows Ferry Road.