CCJ Reports

How generations of families and a historic building are preserving black history in Macon

How generations of families and a historic building are preserving black history in Macon

Sonya Green, Engagement Reporter/Coordinator

June 5, 2019


Filed under Local, Showcase

Murdine Height, 92, and her granddaughter, 27-year old Kyla Gwyn, reminisced recently about their memories of the now vacant Bobby Jones Performing Arts Center in Macon’s Pleasant Hill community. Height remembered the center when it was a church in the 1930s and then in the mid 90s as the place where she dropped...

Mercer women’s soccer team keeps up its strong play

Mercer women’s soccer team keeps up its strong play

Ryan Weaver, Telegraph Practicum Student

September 18, 2017


Filed under More Student Work

  Mercer’s women’s soccer team continued its winning streak, adding two more this weekend. The streak is up to four as Mercer sits at 6-4. The first win came against Presbyterian in a 1-0 decision in South Carolina on Friday, and that was followed by a 6-0 win over South Carolina State...

Midstate Red Cross providing ‘everything we can’ to Hurricane Irma evacuees

Midstate Red Cross providing ‘everything we can’ to Hurricane Irma evacuees

Noemi Griffin, Telegraph Intern

September 8, 2017


Filed under More Student Work

The Central/Midwest Georgia Red Cross center is welcoming Hurricane Irma evacuees from Florida and South Georgia. The shelter has been providing housing, food and more.

Telegraph