Macon job opportunities

In an endeavor to share information about jobs in Macon and Middle Georgia, here is a list of some opportunities for full and part-time work. We are not the contact for the jobs and are simply re-posting announcements as a service for our readers. If you have a lead about a job opening, please send [...]

Commentary: Four rules on tinted windows

Kelly Burke, former Houston DA and attorney for Burke-Lasseter, LLC on practical rules for window tinting. Kelly's areas of practice include criminal defense, personal injury and corporate litigation. He is the founder and moderator of Houston County Carries Concealed and Georgia Carries Concealed, pro-gun organizations found on Facebook and other social media. Kelly also writes [...]

Dauset Trails: Middle Georgia’s hidden treasure

Dauset Trails Nature Center is devoted to wildlife conservation, preservation of Georgia's traditional plant life, outdoor recreation, and reviving traditional rural skills, such as blacksmithing and preparing cane syrup. The Nature Center features a reptile house, a wildlife walk featuring animals ranging from river otter and bear to owls and cougar, a wildlife watching pavilion, and [...]

Exercise and fun at Sky Zone Macon

The youngest members of the Macon Community News team (ahem, the Deal kids) have been begging for a trip to Sky Zone since it opened in Macon. With one day left until school started, Friday was go time. Although their website is informative, I couldn't access the price list menu from my cell phone and [...]

A Good Reuben to be found at Lanier’s

When it comes to sandwiches, I prefer classic deli varieties with well seasoned meats and flavorful breads over a simple ham and cheese or a turkey sandwich. One of my favorites is the Reuben. To some the thought of corned beef, rye, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and remoulade  sauce (in the Lanier's variety) might not sound appetizing, but it [...]