Saturday Apr 19
Soggy Earth Day festival still attracts thousands
Festivalgoers held horseshoe crabs and marsh terrapins, watched SCAD students unravel thrift store sweaters to crochet new ones, and took home dogwood saplings.
VIDEOS & PHOTOS: Ranger demonstrates banding birds at Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
Peter Range banded his first bird, an evening grosbeak, when he was just a kid in eastern Tennessee.
Victim's families feel the pain
Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News - Jame McCoy, step daughter of slain Savannahian Christopher Allen Mooney, discusses her court experience in the case in preparation for National Victims' Rights Week.
WWII vet Philip Cerbone dies, landed at Normandy
The 1998 movie "Saving Private Ryan" brought back a flood of memories for Savannahian Philip A. Cerbone who was among the soldiers who stormed the beaches at Omaha Beach on D-day, June 6, 1944.
Editor's Note: Do you know who I am?
Defying years of common sense and general consensus that the best thing to do when a cop stops you is stay in your car - you begin to get out of your car anyway.