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Police officer says he left Metro, took pay cut, to get training
In nearly six years with the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, officer Michael Johanson was never trained to use a speed radar gun or to do a field sobriety test for driving under the influence.
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.