CCJ Reports

Church Community Outreach through Books and Coffee

Madilyn Harrell, Student

December 12, 2019

Many churches are finding new ways to connect with people, and a bookstore and cafe located within Ingleside Baptist Church has been serving the community since 2001. Lead Pastor Tim McCoy wanted to provide people with a way...

What Middle GA needs to know about the US-China Trade War

Emily Harvey

December 11, 2019

Jackson Hopkins, an area manager at a Warner Robins Walmart, said  he has witnessed how the tariffs have impacted the price of goods. “I just know that (President Donald) Trump put some kind of tariffs on China or some...

How this Macon artist went from being homeless to launching an open mic project

Anisah Muhammad

December 11, 2019 Homeless in California. That’s how Vinson Muhammad found himself after he was fired from a copywriting position at Amusement Park Inc. He wanted to do more music while the partners wanted him...

Meet Nancy Collins, a local horror writer who is no stranger to the world of the macabre

Eryn Lee

December 10, 2019

By the time she was 3, Nancy Collins’s family knew she would be a writer. “I always loved telling stories,” she said. “At the time I couldn’t read or write, so I would draw stories and stand by my parents or gran...

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