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Milledgeville Man Continues To Fight Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Paul Bales, the Milledgeville man fighting the flesh-eating bacteria could face more surgery. 13WMAZ talked to Mike Bales, Paul's son, on Tuesday morning about his father's condition.

On Wednesday, Mike Bales says doctors removed part of his dad's left leg, just below the knee. Bales says the doctors are focused on getting the bacteria out. 

 "The surgeon came in this past weekend to observe the leg, change the dressing," said Mike Bales in a phone interview. "They still see signs of redness and infection around the knee area, and possibly more amputation because there's even more infection."

Bales said his father is going in and out of consciousness.

Fall Line Farmers Market Here To Stay

Fall Line Farmers Market Here To Stay

Fresh food lovers, rejoice!  The Fall Line Farmers Market is now open EVERY Saturday!  

The market, which started as a one-time food fair in October 2011, has "grown" into a fixture of the Milledgeville community.  Every week, from nine to noon, members of the community meet with old friends, make new friends, talk with their farmers, and leave with bags full of fresh food.

The Fall Line Farmers Market has become a gathering place for Milledgevillians on Saturday mornings.  Its no surprise; market-goers can get breakfast and coffee, meet their friends, and shop for local, sustainably grown food while their children play in the 'Kids Corner," all at the Fall Line Farmers Market.   

Farmers Market Open Saturday

Farmers Market Open Saturday

The Fall Line Farmers Market opens Saturday with locally grown produce and meat.

At the market this week, you'll be able to sample free sliders that feature Rocking Chair Ranch's beef. You'll also be able to purchase a smoothie from Salamander Springs, a a Fall Line Farmers Market news release says.

See more details about what will be available at the market.

The market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon at 210 South Wayne St. in Milledgeville.


Bar Crawl Charity Event: 'Sounds of the South'

Bar Crawl Charity Event: 'Sounds of the South'

MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.--a bar crawl charity event called Sounds of the South is happening in Downtown Milledgeville on April 6. The event will feature LIVE music at every bar in downtown Milledgeville.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Children's Miracle Network.

Wristbands, that will let you enter all of the bars and also get drink specials, are $10. If you're not wearing a wristband, drinks are full price.

The lineup features (incomplete): 

YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

Thank you to Trindoe of Milledgeville for submitting this photo of the rainbow earlier in March.

We'd like to feature your photos taken around Baldwin County and Milledgeville.

Send photos, with your name, to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com


GCSU Professor Talks About 'Face Blindness'

On Sunday CBS's 60 Minutes ran a story on a brain condition called Prosopagnosia, or, face blindness.

It's a condition that prevents a person from recognizing the face of a politician, celebrity, even their own children.

The report by 60 Minutes' Lesley Sthal says one in 50 people have this condition.

Georgia College and State University Psychology Professor Noland White talked with Suzanne Lawler about the condition.

Milledgeville Farmers' Market Opens in April

Milledgeville Farmers' Market Opens in April

The Milledgeville Marketplace opens with a celebrations on Tuesday April 3rd from 4-7p.m., a Milledgeville Main Street and Downtown Development Authority news release says. 

That's at 222 E. Hancock Street in Downtown Milledgeville.

During the celebration, you'll find live entertainment featuring T. P. and Sandra Holloman, who are local bluegrass entertainers.