St. Joseph’s School: Mission Moments in the Classroom

Macon Community News invites local schools to submit updates to better inform the residents of Macon and Middle Georgia about the good things happening in education. These updates are from St. Joseph's Catholic School. St. Joseph’s Catholic School Mission Statement: St. Joseph’s Catholic School, a parish community guided by the Gospel values and Catholic tradition, is [...]

Which Wich has a lot of options for lunch

I am not normally a sandwich person and am usually dissatisfied with the standard Subway style sandwiches you get from most places. Even worse are the cold cuts on sliced bread places which basically charge you for something you could easily make at home. Also, since food is something I enjoy, there is just something [...]

St. Joseph’s School: The SJS House System

Macon Community News invites local schools to submit updates to better inform the residents of Macon and Middle Georgia about the good things happening in education. These updates are from St. Joseph’s Catholic School. The “house” system has its roots in the British school system where boarding students are divided into mixed-age groups in order to [...]

Commentary: How government can speed broadband access

This editorial comes from Kelly McCutchen, the President of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and is re-posted with their permission. The GPPF is an independent think tank that proposes market-oriented approaches to public policy to improve the lives of Georgians.  Internet access is foundational in today’s economy. Lack of access can grind business to a halt [...]