After the tragedy of two homeless men freezing to death on Christmas Day, Macon’s new mayor and several county departments and organizations are partnering... After two men froze to death, Macon opens warming shelter for homeless

After the tragedy of two homeless men freezing to death on Christmas Day, Macon’s new mayor and several county departments and organizations are partnering to make sure no one is left in the cold. Macon-Bibb County Mayor Lester Miller announced Monday the opening of the Brookdale Warming Center to ensure that families without adequate heat and homeless people have shelter and warmth during the coldest months.

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