Thursday Jul 17
Looking for Pearls: Ports Authority protecting historic live oaks
Ben Goggins/For Savannah Morning News The Avenue of Oaks formed part of Whitehall Plantation.
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Thursday Jul 17
Savannah family, Red Cross asking for blood donations
When Jennifer and Jamaal Williams learned they were having a child, it brought feelings both of fear and of joy.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Reed Engle: Savannah's historic character threatened
Almost 50 years ago the DeSoto Hotel, "the Dowager Empress of the South," was demolished to make way for a far less distinguished, and much taller, commoner.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Jack Leigh: Full circle
Leigh's iconic image, nicknamed 'Bird Girl,' is his most famous, but not at all the most representative aspect of his body of work.
Making it easier to be green
One of my favorite summer activities is grabbing an iced coffee on a Sunday afternoon and heading to one of my favorite squares, Monterey.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Savannah magazine launches redesign, new size
Starting with the July/August issue, which is on newsstands now, the magazine has expanded its page size to match that of its sister publication, Savannah Weddings.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Savannah's neighborhoods reshaped by newcomers
The Starland District was created as the old Starland Dairy, which began redevelopment in 2001.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Craft Beer Festival to be held Sunday in Lexington
H3 , a Craft Beer Festival presented by Goodness Grows Nursery, will benefit Historic Preservation in Oglethorpe County.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Oglethorpe Fresh Market offers online option
Whether it's cucumbers, grass-fed Angus beef, blackberries or farm-fresh eggs, the Oglethorpe Fresh Co-op has created an online market to meet customer needs.
Price of Freedom: Soldiers Remember a Fallen Friend
If you need Army surplus items or gear for Civil War battle re-enactments Louis Varnell probably has what your looking for.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Atlanta: Three correctional officers convicted for roles in beating of inmate.
The Justice Department announced that Christopher Hall, a former sergeant for the Correctional Emergency Response Team at Macon State Prison in Oglethorpe, Georgia, and two former CERT officers, Ronald Lach and Delton Rushin, were convicted on Friday night by a federal jury on federal offenses related to the beating of an MSP inmate in 2010 and the ... (more)