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Macon Telegraph

The Macon Telegraph, which in 2005 dropped the city's name from its official masthead, is the state's third-largest newspaper, after the

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Hamilton Holmes (1941-1995)

Hamilton Holmes is best known for desegregating the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athe

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Plant Life on Granite Outcrops

Granite outcrops stand in stark contrast to the surrounding matrix of old-field areas and oak-hickory-pine forest.

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WAOK

WAOK, an Atlanta AM radio station owned by Zenas Sears, was one of the first in the nation to feature as its primary format such African American musical forms as

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