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Safe and Healthy Milledgeville Day!

Georgia College Scrubby Bear and Milledgeville Mall present Safe and Healthy Milledgeville Day on April 23.

This event is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Milledgeville Mall.

Free and open to the public.

Scrubby Bears is an organization aimed at teaching children about keeping themselves clean and free of germs.

Some of the vendors that will be on site include local and state law enforcement, local firefighters, multiple groups from Georgia College, a few groups from the high school, Walgreens, different military groups, Live Healthy Baldwin, Happy Time Jumpers, and of course Communities In Schools

Tax Day, But Not Really.

Since its Emancipation Day

Survivors of Suicide Support Group

Next Meetings are from 6-7:30 p.m.:

April 25

May 24

June 27

at River Edge Behavioral Center, Blandy Way in Milledgeville.

For more information, contact Leanne at 478-696-3310.

Milledgeville Tales

Milledgeville Storytelling  is April 8 at 8 p.m. at the Black Box Theater. 

Tickets are $10 and  available at the Milledgeville Convention & Visitors Bureau.  

Milledgeville Marketplace Farmers' Market Starts Again in May!

Milledgeville Marketplace Farmers' Market Starts Again in May!

Mark your calendars for May 3rd, 2011 and every Tuesday until November, to get your fresh produce, baked goods and hand-crafted items!

If you are interested in becoming a vendor then please go to www.milledgevillemarketplace.com to fill out an application or email cschulte@milledgevillega.us with your address to have an application mailed to you.

If you have a large garden and often end up with more produce than you can eat---please consider the marketplace! We would love to see more community members involved and, of course, it can never hurt to make some extra money!

We look forward to seeing you there May 3rd from 4pm-7pm at the city parking lot, 222 E Hancock St!

Buzz from the Gold Dome: By Sen. Grant

-- Written by Senator Johnny Grant, submitted by the Senate Press Office

It was a busy week under the Gold Dome as lawmakers debated some very controversial topics. Legislation regarding Sunday sales and firearm regulation were debated and eventually approved by the State Senate.  These bills protect your rights as citizens of Georgia. They also get state government out of the way and let local governments and property owners make their own decisions.

Baldwin Co. Census Data: What You Expected?

Baldwin Co. Census Data: What You Expected?

Baldwin County has grown in population by two percent.

In 2010, according to the U.S. Census, the population was up to 45,720 people.

That's up from the 44,700 people reported in the 2000 Census.

Do these census results surprise you? What factors do you think contribute to the growth?

View our 2010 U.S. Census Interactive Map.