MACON, Ga. — 1. Perry celebrates the city's Black history with banner displays
The City of Perry marked Black History Month by posting banners of some Central Georgia history-makers.
With one HBCU here in Central Georgia, we could see some graduates choose to stay in the area for job opportunities.
If you're driving on I-75 South, right off the Russell Parkway exit, soon you will see a Visitor Information Center and Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park right near Buc-ee's.
The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame will celebrate Black History Month with an exhibit that honors Negro League Baseball.
From roadside or residential towing, or from one business to another, they say it's their way to help those impacted by the pandemic.
War veteran Crawford Hicks will celebrate his 100th birthday on February 10.
The organization is designed to show young men a positive pathway to manhood.