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The Sanford House in Milledgeville
Mallory Haynes
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Mallory Haynes

Mallory is a Senior Mass Communication major at Georgia College. She loves writing, traveling and listening to music. If you can't find her, she's either at a concert or sipping on an iced coffee at Blackbird.

Milledgeville by the Numbers

Though small in terms of size, Milledgeville is gigantic by the numbers. This cozy and quaint antebellum town is home to hundreds of things that make it oh-so-special. Join us as we break down Milledgeville by the numbers to show you all just how many things our town has to offer! Photo courtesy of…

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Camellias: Georgia’s Winter Rose

As the air gets colder and the days get shorter, we are all aware that winter is approaching. Though the vibrant fall leaves are tumbling to the ground, mother nature has not run out of beauty to give us this season - Camellias are here! [Photo from Lockerly.org] Originating from Eastern and…

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The Sandwiches of West Hancock Street...Continued!

Last month, we revealed our favorite sandwiches served along West Hancock Street - BUT, we only visited one side. NOW, join us on our venture to the other side of West Hancock to explore the tasty sandwiches they have to offer. In our last sandwich exploration, we ditched the protein not once, but…

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Milledgeville: Then and Now PART 3

From 1804 to 1868, the historic town of Milledgeville served as Georgia’s State Capitol. Modeled after Savannah and Washington D.C., the city has endured a number of changes ranging from Sherman’s March to the Sea to the establishment of Central State Hospital. But no matter how much change has…

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Why We LOVE The Green Market

In case you didn’t know, Milledgeville hosts its very own local, sustainable farmers market each week. The Green Market, hosted Saturdays from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Marketplace Pavillion, provides everything from fresh fruits and veggies to clothing, jewelry and natural beauty products. If this…

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Five Fun Flannery Facts

Andalusia, home of American author Flannery O’Connor, reopens to the public on June 19! This 520 acre farm served as the author’s home from 1951 - 1964 and influenced the setting for several of her stories for 13 years. In celebration of Andalusia’s restoration and reopening, enjoy five fun facts…

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The Sandwiches of West Hancock Street

Everyone loves a good sandwich. Whether it’s a gourmet panini or just a plain turkey, Downtown Milledgeville has a tasty option for everyone! Just take a walk down the West Hancock Street and you’ll find a superb sandwich at every stop. Let’s skip Jimmy John’s - we have all been there, done that…

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