1. Volunteers serve free breakfast to kids in Macon's Pleasant Hill neighborhood

Volunteers with the Breakfast Club served up pancakes, eggs, sausage, and oatmeal to kids Saturday morning.

2. Forsyth STEM students grow produce for community

Some kids from Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary School in Forsyth are using their hydroponic learning garden to help others locally.

3. School of the Week: Byron Elementary

JROTC instructor Sheldone Almond heads the state's first elementary school cadet leadership program.

4. Forsyth restaurant shows appreciation to law enforcement with discounted pizza

Jonah's Pizza gave officers and other first responders a discounted meal for Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

5. Forsyth woman starts compost pick-up and soil delivery service

For every 30 pounds of compost Candace Neller-Harper collects from a customer, she returns 10 pounds of soil back.

6. Goldendoodle puppies returned to Bibb pet store

Bibb deputies say someone left the puppies in crates, in front of the Domino's Pizza next door.

7. Macon photographer shines light on city with photo exhibit

Matthew Odom has been capturing moments through photo for 10 years, and now he's showing off his best work.

8. 'It's just good food': McCall's restaurant celebrates 30 years in Warner Robins

A popular Warner Robins restaurant is celebrating its 30-year anniversary this week, and people say the food tastes just as good as it did in 1990.

9. Macon couple gets engaged on famous Gatlinburg SkyBridge

Colbi McDaniels proposed to his high school sweetheart, Sarah Cornell, in December, the most popular month for engagements in America.

10. 'I had a prayer answered': Central Georgia United Way helps veteran battling depression

United Way in Macon paid the rent of a veteran struggling with depression.

11. Middle Georgia Crafters crocheting for animals in Australia

With billions of animals dying in the fires, one group here in Central Georgia is looking to help with handcrafted goods.

12. Former Bibb County student returns home as Navicent Health doctor

Latora Williams, M.D., graduated from Central High School in 2004 to pursue a medical career, with a plan to return home and serve the people in her community.

13. Dublin woman prays for daughter serving overseas

The holidays are over, but it's important to remember the military families who didn't get to spend time with their loved ones.

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