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IT'S OFFICIAL. The lineup is set for Georgia's primary and non-partisan election on May 20, and it's up to voters to start doing their homework on the candidates before early voting begins.
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Applications for Georgia's free lottery funded pre-kindergarten program will be available online and at local Pre-K sites from March 19 to April 4. All children who reside in Chatham County and will be four years old on or before September 1, 2014 are eligible for the state Pre-K program.
Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News - Nine-week old Hansel is held by Jodi Lewis, a supervisor at the Chatham County Animal Control Shelter.
HERE'S A trend that deserves a community-wide cheer - the increase in the rate of students graduating from Savannah-Chatham County public schools over the past few years.
This 4.8-mile, multi-use trail, which would parallel the Casey Canal and link Daffin Park and Lake Mayer, has been on the drawing board for about 40 years.
The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia are honoring women who have made extraordinary contributions in their professions and their communities.
Chatham County public office hopefuls this week secured their positions on the May 20 ballot during the qualifying period for the upcoming non-partisan and general primary elections.
A man whose backpack led to his arrest in September pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing a Lanier Drive sandwich shop.
An update to a story you'll only see on WTOC. A homeowner says she's becoming all too familiar with scenes like the one that happened late night Feb. 16. The driver of a truck crashed into her home and she says it's not the first time, but she hopes it's the last.
The Walthour Road bridge over Betz Creek on Wilmington Island is scheduled to be closed in April for replacement work, Chatham County announced Thursday.
Former detective Trina Mayes was indicted a week ago by a Chatham County grand jury on seven counts of making a false statement.
I started Feb. 24 with a meeting with my Senate budget analyst to review the public safety fiscal year 2015 budget proposal.
The Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools 2013 Cohort graduation rate is 69.8 percent, up 6.5 percentage points over last year.
There was political bickering along partisan lines, after the Obama administration snubbed Georgia's $600 million project to deepen the Port of Savannah in its new budget.