Here's all the 'Good News' that happened right here in Central Georgia over the past week.

1. 'When God made me, he made me a nurse:' Perry inpatient care renamed in honor of 'Huggin' Hazel'

The hospice renamed their inpatient care unit where Hazel Colson has worked for decades.

2. 'Interview Closet' in Warner Robins offers free clothes to anyone going to work or an interview

You must be able to prove you are going to work or an interview, and you are in need of professional clothing.

3. Community helps Hawkinsville woman and her 6 kids after they lose almost everything

"I'm just happy that somebody is out there to help me and my family and to give back to us," said Kimberly Snell.

4. 'I had no problem with taking both kids:' Macon man mentors two teen brothers

When Michael Johnson found out his 14-year-old mentee had a brother, he started mentoring them both.

5. Georgia College students volunteer at Boys & Girls Club in memory of Martin Luther King Jr.

“I feel like this is essential we give back, and to think that children here now get to experience,” said Fidelis Folifack. 

6. Macon staple makes Food Network’s list for ‘America’s best barbecue from coast to coast’

The Food Network set out to make a list of 32 regions with the best barbeque from coast to coast, and one Macon spot made the list.