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COVID-19 vaccine availability: Where to find it Monday

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Macon: 1. 4080 Bloomfield Rd (478) 781-4018; 2. 660 North Ave (478) 746-5842; 3. 4650 Forsyth Rd (478) 474-7413; 4. 220 Tom Hill Sr Blvd (478) 474-7597; 5. 4321 Hartley Bridge Rd (478) 788-1015; 6. 4628 Presidential Pkwy (478)
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Georgia ranked No. 5 in Preseason CBSSports 130 for 2021

In January, CBSSports tabbed Georgia as the No. 3 team for the 2021 season. In June, CBSSports called Georgia a smart bet for winning the national championship. That same month, the outlet projected Georgia to go undefeated in the regular season. Now, with CBSSports and 247Sports contributing ballots, the preseason CBSSports 130 has been released, and Georgia comes in at No. 5, behind Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Ohio State.
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Peach State OL and Georgia target Griffin Scroggs de-commits from Georgia Tech

An in-state target is back on the market as Loganville (Ga.) Grayson offensive lineman Griffin Scroggs announced on Monday that he has de-committed from Georgia Tech. "I would like to thank Coach Collins and Coach Key for giving me an opportunity to play for Ga Tech in the future but after conversations with my family and those close to me, I will be de-committing from Ga Tech," Scroggs said, via his personal Twitter account.
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Pro Football Focus names JT Daniels the biggest question mark for Georgia

There isn't a program in the country that enters the 2021 season without a few questions. Whether that program has the best National Championship odds or it is a little further down the list, a few things need to come together for it to win it all. With that in mind, Pro Football Focus attempted to pick the biggest question mark for the top five contenders - Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Georgia, and Oklahoma - heading into the 2021 season. It also placed a level of concern for each one.
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Georgia named 'Linebacker U' once again by ESPN

Georgia is still "Linebacker U" per ESPN. The network released its annual rankings of which schools produce the most talent at each position on Monday and the Bulldogs have maintained the top spot at linebacker. The Bulldogs have had eight linebackers drafted in the first two rounds since the start...
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GoVols247 Podcast: Elite Georgia OL commits to Tennessee

Looking for discussion on the newest addition to Tennessee’s recruiting class?. There’s a GoVols247 Podcast for that. GoVols247’s Wes Rucker (from Fort Rucker Studio) and Ryan Callahan (from his home daycare center) convened via the magic of Al Gore’s Internets to discuss the newest addition to Tennessee’s 2022 recruiting class — elite offensive lineman Addison Nichols from Greater Atlanta Christian School in Norcross, Georgia.
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Construction project on SR57 to last until November

GORDON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Wilkinson County drivers will be having to drive an extra 8 miles along SR 57 due to a construction project starting Monday, August 2, 2021. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has announced that they are working to build a new roadway section to replace the SR 57 bridge that runs over a kaolin pipeline about 2 miles south of Gordon. The roadway is replacing a bridge that was originally built in 1954, concerns related to its age and structural integrity have led to this project.
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Ga. man faces 30 months in prison for involvement in dog-fighting ring

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WSAV) — A Georgia man is facing more than 2 years in prison for his connection in a dog-fighting ring. Benjaman Shinhoster III, aka “Benji,” faces 30 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to Sponsoring and Exhibiting a Dog in an Animal Fighting Venture, Acting U.S. Attorney David H. Estes said. The 41-year-old of Lousiville, Ga. is also ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and serve three years of supervised release.
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