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Cellular Coverage Strengthened in Juliette

Cellular Coverage Strengthened in Juliette

 

Now you won't lose service at the Fried Green Tomato Festival.

Two new cell sites have been activated in Juliette, AT&T announced Tuesday

It's all a part of the company's effort to increase its wireless internet network.

The service provider expects the new cell sites to "enhance network coverage for the area," according to a news release.

Crews installed the new cell sites north of Macon along US 23/SR 87 near Lake Juliette.

 

Gray Organizations Work to Acquire Gray Station Depot

Gray Organizations Work to Acquire Gray Station Depot

Four community organizations Gray Station Better Hometown, City of Gray Downtown Development Authority, PLAN’s Cultural Arts & Leisure Committee and the History & Heritage organization are working toward acquiring the Gray Station Depot.

An online petition asks community members to help show support and states that the final goal for the depot is to have it listed in the "National Trust’s Register of Historic Places, submit a TE Grant application for the restoration of its exterior and rehabilitation of its interior, and eventually reopen it to the public as the City of Gray Welcome Center & History Museum."

Old Clinton War Days Returns to Gray

Old Clinton War Days Returns to Gray

The  31st annual Old Clinton War Days will be held in Old Clinton, Georgia, Saturday, May 5 and Sunday, May 6.

 

Authentic camps open to the public beginning at 10:05 a.m. each day featuring period demonstrations and walking tours of the area. Food and hand crafted items will be available for purchase. A narration of battle history begins at 1:35 p.m. each day.

On Saturday, the Battle of Sunshine Church will be presented at 2:05 p.m., with the closing of the camp at 5:05 p.m. and a free memorial service at the Old Clinton Cemetery at 8:05 p.m.    

Sunday features an 11:05 a.m. church service at the McCarthy/Pope House and the Battle of Griswoldville at 2:05 p.m. followed by the closing of the camp at 4:05 p.m. 

Jones County Raises Over $100K for Relay for Life

Jones County Raises Over $100K for Relay for Life

Houston County has raised over $100K with 362 participants for Relay for Life 2012.

That's according to the Relay for Life website.

Jones County's Relay for Life took place April 20 at Jones County High School.

See the top teams in Jones County.

Great American Cleanup Needs Volunteers

Great American Cleanup Needs Volunteers

Keep American Beautiful is sponsoring the largest community improvement in our nation. 

We need to cleanup, fix-up, paint-up, and green-up.  Keep Jones Beautiful Commission needs you to volunteer for this events. 

We need clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, businesses, community leaders, schools, garden clubs, organizations, community groups, sororities, fraternities, sports teams, bicycle clubs, etc to help cleanup and beautify Jones County. 

Please join us on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at Carol's Park from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Postponed: Pedal to the Park

Postponed: Pedal to the Park

UPDATE: Pedal to the Park has been postponed, due to bad weather expected this weekend.

That's according to Gray Station Better Hometown's Heather Busby.