5 hrs ago
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.
10 hrs ago
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.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Autopsy: Alzheimer's patient died from gun wound
A Savannah woman has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the 2011 death of her newborn baby.
Savannah woman pleads guilty to manslaughter in newborn death
A Savannah woman Tuesday pleaded guilty to reduced charges in the December 2011 death of her newborn who was found in a garbage truck.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
City fee hikes: A closer look
PAY system makes sense when it comes to some municipal services, like water and sewer usage.
Judith Phelps enters guilty plea
Judith Ann Phelps agreed to enter a guilty plea this morning to charges of concealing the death of another person regarding the September 2012 slaying of her husband at their Talahi Island home.
Public safety summary
The man's identity was not released Sunday. Fort Stewart spokesman Kevin Larson said man was about 22 years old and his body was found at Holbrook Pond.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Rails to trails: Don't give up
A view in September of the erosion occuring on the McQueen's Island Trail off U.S. Hwy.
Savannah man pleads in child porn case
A Savannah man pled guilty Monday in Effingham County Superior Court to a felony charge of sexual exploitation of children.
Roadwork to affect eastbound Interstate 16 traffic starting Monday
Roadwork on I-16 to close some eastbound lanes Some eastbound lanes of Interstate 16 between mile posts 150 and 153 in Chatham County will be closed from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays from Dec. 2-19 while state Department of Transportation workers repair concrete.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Step Up Savannah graduates thankful for life-changing program
The 46 year old has spent half his life in nearly a dozen state prisons since being convicted in the late 1980s at age 18 with two relatives on arson and burglary charges and subsequent probation violations.
Humane Society: Show your love this season
Wikipedia suggests the name and event go back more than 50 years. Whatever its history, it has become the official beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Three killed in two Thanksgiving morning wrecks in Chatham County
Three men died after two separate traffic accidents Thursday morning on different ends of Chatham County, according to Savannah-Chatham police.
Pets for Adoption
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VIDEO: Savannah-Chatham police report two fatal Thanksgiving morning accidents
Police believe the first accident occured just after midnight on Thursday when officers responded to a call of a man hit by a car.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
McQueen's Island Trail now closed to public
The Chatham County Parks & Recreation Department have closed the historic McQueen's Island "Rails to Trails" effective immediately due to concerns for public safety.
At 110, Savannah's Mysterious Santa needs your help
The Mysterious Santa and his helpers visit patients in major hospitals and nursing homes and other facilities in Chatham County.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Man indicted on arson in January blaze
A Savannah man today was indicted on a first-degree arson charge in a January fire at a boarding house.
CAT director: Streetcars an 'essential investment'
The notion that Chatham Area Transit is a "bus company" is becoming a relic of the past.
Two ex Savannah-Chatham police officers cite retaliation by chief, others
Two former Savannah-Chatham police officers have complained they were retaliated against by former chief Willie Lovett and other ranking officers after they reported corruption and illegal activity within the department.