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Savannah settles tree injury lawsuit for $9.5 million
The Savannah City Council today voted 5 to 4 to approve a settlement of $9.5 million to end a lawsuit with Shanta Greene, who was severely injured by a falling tree limb more than three years ago.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
SCCPSS sexual harassment policy
The story of a six year old accused of sexual harassment has received a lot of buzz after the boy was suspended from a Colorado school for kissing a girl on the cheek.
SCPSS holds last meeting before new zones are drawn
Wednesday was the last day parents could bring their concerns about new attendance zones to the Savannah Chatham County School Board.
Man indicted for shooting death of Savannah man
Randolph Lawrence Wilson III, 19, has been indicted by the Office of the Eastern Judicial Circuit/Chatham County District Attorney.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Lane closure to remain in effect for part of I-16
The Georgia Dept. of Transportation said an eastbound lane closure will remain in effect Tuesday night on a section of Interstate 16 at State Route 404.
The Macon Telegraph
TailsSpin to close in downtown Macon
WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPH Macon, Georgia, 12/10/2013: TailsSpin in downtown Macon will be closing at the end of the year.
Traffic Update: Lanes of Hwy 21 open after Tuesday crash
All lanes of Highway 21 are back open after an accident involving a pickup truck and a log truck in Chatham County.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Maritime Logistic Internship Program kicks off
The Savannah Chatham County Public School Sysytem and the Maritime Logistics Education Taskforce kicked off the Maritime Logistic Internship Program for high school students on Monday night.
Retired Savannah CrimeStoppers director says goodbye
Recently retired Demery Bishop, who led Savannah-Chatham County's CrimeStoppers crime tip program for 14 years, said one last goodbye upon accepting a proclamation last Friday from the Chatham County Commission.
Cut By Food Stamps, Many Wait In Line For Home Heating Help
Low-income residents seeking help to stay warm this winter are finding long lines and reduced budgets at the agencies who can help.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Pooler homeowners to receive lower insurance premiums
The city's Insurance Services Office, or ISO, rating was upgraded from a Class 6 to a Class 3/9.
Public invited to vote for best art in City's College Art Contest
Students from Savannah Technical College, Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah College of Art & Design participated in the competition depicting the beauty of Savannah's historic City Hall.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in Savannah car salesman's 2011 death
A Savannah man was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to a reduced charge in the June 2011 death of a local car salesman whose body was never found.
Traffic Alert: Portion of Montgomery Crossroad closed due to wreck
The Chatham County Emergency Management Agency asked motorists to avoid the area.
Man charged with Coastal Fair shooting arrested
A Savannah fugitive who was wanted in connection with the 2012 Coastal Empire Fair shooting was arrested Friday in Hampton County by the U.S. Marshals Service Savannah Office of the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force.
Lockdown lifted at two schools
Savannah-Chatham County Public School System spokesman Kurt Hetager said the lockdown was issued as a precautionary measure at about 11 a.m. for the school.
Savannah aims to cut in half the number of uninsured children
The National League of Cities has selected Savannah as one of 12 cities that will receive technical assistance and grant funding to conduct a six-month planning process to increase access to health insurance coverage for children and families.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Serve It Up for the Kids raises money for children's charities
The tennis courts at Bacon Park were busy Thursday as they hosted a round robin tournament for a good cause.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Raccoon in Savannah tests positive for rabies
A raccoon trapped after it got into a scuffle with a family dog on Savannah's southside has tested positive for rabies.
Public invited to vote for best City Hall art
The City of Savannah received 83 submissions in the College Art Contest for original student artwork depicting the beauty of Savannah's historic City Hall.