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Celebrity chef and southern food connoisseur Paula Deen was back in a controversial spotlight Wednesday, alleged of using racial slurs as jokes in her restaurants in front of employees.
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Seventeen federal indictments, unsealed today in federal court, have charged 33 defendants with federal firearm, drug trafficking or other federal offenses.
Chatham County lawmakers are trying to come up with a list of capital projects attractive enough that it will entice taxpayers to hand over a penny on the dollar.
The deputy received non-life-threatening wounds in the attack by an inmate he was watching about 11 p.m., said Gena Bilbo, sheriff's office spokeswoman.
The fund-raiser starts at 9 a.m. June 29. The butt and ribs will be sold until they run out.
Bob McAlister today was elected chairman of the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless with a pledge to tackle what he called the "many challenges" facing the agency.
The Effingham Parkway could be forging ahead soon, though in a scaled-down version.
Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News - Mary Nelson, daughter of Dr. Martha Fay, center, along with Chairman Al Scott and Diane Weems, Health Director, Coastal Health District, cut the ribbon to the new Dr. Martha B. Fay Public Health Center/Chatham County Health Department building.
A man wanted by the Effingham County Sheriff's Office for possessing and distributing child pornography was arrested early Friday morning in Montgomery County, Va.
A Savannah man today was sentenced to 12 months on probation and banned from owning animals in response to the March seizure of exotic animals housed at his southside home.
A man accused of animal neglect, animal cruelty, not keeping up with animals' sanitation and failure to report dead animals pleaded guilty Monday in Chatham County court.
Marcuss Young was only looking for his lost keys last June when a late-night ambush by two gunmen completely changed his life.
"The head of the NSA said that domestic phone surveillance prevented dozens of terrorist events.
Thomas Rawlings, a former Middle Judicial Circuit juvenile court judge, discusses changes to Georgia's juvenile court system during a Carl Vinson Institute workshop last May in Savannah.
Two people were hospitalized Saturday afternoon after an altercation at a west Chatham County apartment complex led to a man being shot.