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Bryan County Opioid Prevention Project is continuing the fight against opioids. [Read More]
The funds for February are already paid but after that, there's no guarantee the program will meet the rental payment deadline for March. [Read More]
Bluffton held their 34th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. day program. [Read More]
Second African Church holds citywide service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [Read More]
Dr. Kyle Marrero will begin his new position effective April 1... [Read More]
FEMA's flood maps they haven't been updated in five years in relation to rainfall, and Chatham County wants to do something about it. [Read More]
The Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch announced future plans could mean changes to the Talmadge Bridge. [Read More]
Details unknown as to what caused the ruling at the Savannah College of Art & Design... [Read More]
Jeffrey Stites of Savannah, Brian Ricker of Rincon, and Jake Sapp of South Effingham were killed when their truck collided with another vehicle this past... [Read More]
Jeffrey Stites of Savannah, Brian Ricker owner of Clean Duct LLC in Rincon, and Jake Sapp, a recent graduate from South Effingham high school all... [Read More]
Free sandbags were given all day Thursday on the island. [Read More]
Tracking this unpredictable hurricane demands all hands on decks- ready to respond to any moment as this storm develops. [Read More]
Hurricane Florence has prompted many people in North and South Carolina to retreat from the homes and come to Savannah as a place of refuge. [Read More]
The beaches in the path of Hurricane Florence are prepping for the worst. [Read More]
This sand bag effort is one of the many ways people are getting ready for the storm being prepared is top priority even when you... [Read More]
After the first week into his new role, Minter is wanting to further his relationship with police and the people of Savannah. [Read More]
The dog was up to date with it's vaccinations but still has to be quarantined for 45 days. [Read More]
This coming Saturday, you can learn about a number of programs that you may have never even heard of, and how they can help you. [Read More]
Today started pretty calm with lots of people enjoying the beach but then around 2:30pm a quick storm hit the island rearranging many people's plans. [Read More]
The 17th annual savannah labor council picnic,.where endorsed politicians come together to celebrate the hard working men and women in savannah. [Read More]
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