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Disagreements over water pressure issues and hefty inspection fees, which threatened to delay the construction of a new school in Port Wentworth, have sort of, kind of been resolved.
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Unfortunately, the voter turnouts for most elections in Savannah are pitiful. Just 19 percent of the local electorate, for example, showed up last November to determine the fate of the countywide Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax extension.
I am writing this on the morning of what will be a big night. The long awaited time has finally arrived, and that is the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System Pre-K lottery.
A Savannah woman on Friday pleaded guilty to a reduced murder charge and concealing the death of another in the December 2011 death of her newborn who was found in the back of a garbage truck.
More than 100 of Georgia's county commissioners, officials and staff put on their walking shoes early Monday morning, April 14 for a Wellness Walk to encourage physical activity among Georgians.
Traffic was flowing again on Pine Barren Road in Bloomingdale on Thursday evening after firefighters contained a large brush fire.
A Savannah-Chatham police detective testified on Thursday that a woman identified Torrey Scott from a photo lineup as the man who abducted her at gunpoint and raped her in February.
James Harris, Jr., 28, the man charged with the St. Patrick's Day double shooting in Savannah appeared in Recorder's Court for a preliminary hearing on Thursday.
Martin Sullivan raised thousands more dollars in early 2014 than his opponent in the upcoming Republican primary for the Georgia House of Representatives District 166 seat, but he remains far behind Jesse Petrea in both total funds raised and cash on hand as the election nears.
Should Chatham Area Transit officials erect some sort of memorial to slain Savannah Police Officer Mark McPhail? Troy Anthony Davis was convicted of fatally shooting McPhail on the site more than 20 years ago.
Going to court to fight a traffic violation may end up being an all day affair, but is safety an issue as the number of cases on the dockets of Chatham County Recorder's Court grow? The last few months, case dockets have been as high 120 cases every time Recorder's Court is called to session.
South Effingham High School senior Liam Bendig, the system STAR student of the year, draws inspiration from and likewise inspires STAR teacher Brian Witrick.
After a weekend break, a Chatham County jury was back in court Monday morning to continue deliberating the fate of two Savannah men charged with murder.