Saturday Nov 30
Hundreds mourn 3 Ga brothers killed in crash
Searchers looking for a missing 72-year-old woman have found a body in Henry County.
Hundreds pay their respects for brothers killed in Effingham wreck
Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News The box containing the remains of Wesley Mulligan, 18, Garrett Mulligan, 16, and Eli Hickox, 3, rests on top of a 4-wheeler surrounded by their favorite things during a visitation Friday night at Fairhaven Funeral Home and Crematorium in Garden City.
Company use African Americans to discrimination against other African Americans
On September 17, 2011, I was terminated because I decline an offer that to manage a run-down Waffle House in a minority community.
Chatham-Savannah narcotics team dismantles criminal empire
Today the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team announced the dismantling of a criminal empire following a ten month investigation.
Pooler avoids eminent domain use in property deal
A $1.2 million agreement has been reached between parties involved in a Pooler land battle in which the city had threatened to seize a local family's property through eminent domain to build a government office complex.
Godley parents divided over zone changes
The Monday night event in the Godley Station's cafeteria is the first of a series of public meetings organized by Savannah-Chatham Public Schools officials to gather input.
CNT to hold press conference regarding recent drug bust
The Chatham-Savannah Counter will hold a news conference concerning a recent drug operation that resulted in the dismantling of a large drug distribution ring in Chatham County, as well as the seizure of guns, vehicles and money.
Pooler scraps escort license plan
The 21 alleged prostitutes, johns and pimp charged two weeks ago by authorities in a two-day Chatham County prostitution sting are the type of people Pooler Police Chief Mark Revenew was looking to discourage when he asked the city council for an escort service ordinance.