Chatham County Newswire (Page 10)

Chatham County Newswire (Page 10)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Chatham County, GA. (Page 10)

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  1. Travis Jaudon: Gillum's Banana brand of baseball is thriving earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | SavannahNow

    In their third season of existence, the Savannah Bananas are taking the Coastal Plain League by storm – and no, I'm not talking about their record-breaking attendance numbers or their tendency to produce viral social media videos or even their on-field antics between innings. No, I'm talking about the special brand of baseball that had the Bananas leading the CPL's South Division by three games before the start of play on Monday.

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  2. Savannah seeking military equipment for veterans parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | SavannahNow

    Drivers exiting the Truman Parkway onto the Abercorn Street Extension may soon be greeted by a tank, and possibly a helicopter. The Savannah City Council recently requested the surplus military equipment to display as part of a plan to create a park dedicated to honoring members of the military on the city's southside.

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  3. Administration, Corps funds keep Savannah harbor expansion on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | SavannahNow

    The Savannah Harbor Expansion Project will remain on track this year following the release of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2018 fiscal year work plan on Monday, which includes $35 million in additional funds for the project. Previously, the Trump administration had allocated $50 million for SHEP in the president's fiscal year 2018 budget request.

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  4. Chubb, Michel making weekend stop in SavannahRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel will be hosting a youth football camp Saturday evening at Savannah Country Day School's Saunders Field. SCDS expects 250 kids to participate in the sold-out camp, many of them lifelong Georgia fans excited to meet the most productive running back duo in NCAA history.

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  5. Muscogee Co. School Board recognized as a 2018 Distinguished BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | WTOC-TV Savannah

    The Board was recognized as a 2018 Distinguished Board by GSBA at the Summer Conference and Delegate Assembly COLUMBUS, GA The Muscogee County School Board announced that Mrs. Pat Hugley Green was installed as Vice President of the Georgia School Board's Association . The Board was also recognized as a 2018 Distinguished Board by GSBA at the Summer Conference and Delegate Assembly, with representatives and superintendents from 124 state school boards of education, in Savannah, GA June 7-9, 2018.

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  6. Ghostly Historic District ToursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 6 | Old House Journal

    These 8 walking tours scattered across the country will give you a glimpse into the paranormal past of some classic historic neighborhoods. Savannah, Georgia It's been called "the most haunted city in America," so it's no surprise that Savannah has a smorgasbord of historic-district ghost tours to choose from.

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  7. Along U.S. 80 to Tybee, beach traffic threatens terrapinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 2 | Bluffton Today

    The stream of vehicles headed to Tybee on a June weekend is relentless, and so is the instinct of a diamondback terrapin to cross U.S. 80. The inevitable result doesn't take long to find if you're looking. "There's one!" said Jordan Gray, who was in fact looking all day June 2. From behind the wheel of his hunter green Toyota 4Runner, Gray patrolled the road from Bull River to Lazaretto Creek, looking for turtles to rescue.  The first injured terrapin he spotted had barely gotten one leathery foot off the rumble strip before she got smacked.

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  8. Ocean to TableRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 | Georgia Faces

    ... agents are prepared to encourage residents in their counties to eat more Georgia seafood. The brainchild of Chatham County Extension FACS Agent Jackie Ogden, the workshop series is designed to increase consumers' and UGA Extension agents' knowledge ...

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  9. How dogs could save the avocado industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | TreeHugger

    Cobra, a 3-year-old Belgian Malinois, is trained to detect laurel wilt-diseased trees before the visible symptoms are seen. Dogs have been trained to sniff out a devastating avocado tree disease before it becomes fatal - and they are really, really good at it.

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  10. Savannah harbor deepening gets big boost in federal dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Brunswick News

    The federal government is pitching in an additional $34.7 million this year to deepen the shipping channel to Savannah's busy seaport, giving the project a financial boost at a critical time. The money was included Monday in an updated spending plan from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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  11. From Sweden to the SouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | New Jersey Jewish News

    Robert Wolkoff has been a rabbi in some atypical places - from Gothenburg, Sweden, to Savannah, Ga. - but the way he does his job is always the same: He speaks out on moral issues without regard for offending his congregants.

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  12. Man On A Mission To Mow Lawns In All 50 States For Good CauseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | News9 Oklahoma City

    Rodney Smith is on a mission to mow lawns on 50 states -- and it's all for his charity, Raising Men Lawn Care Services, that helps people in need Rodney Smith is on a mission to mow lawns in all 50 states, but his goal isn't just about lawn care -- it's about letting people know he cares. In 2016, Smith founded a lawn care nonprofit, Raising Men Lawn Care Service, in his hometown of Huntsville, Alabama.

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  13. The Morning Commute, June 11: NBA Finals hand-gate; Casey CagleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | SavannahNow

    If you haven't checked out the trailer for the new Difference Makers podcast, do so today at savannahnow.com/opinion or through your “The Commute” feed on your favorite podcast app. It's a quick listen – less than three minutes – and previews this new interview podcast.

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  14. 12 fiction books for Linux and open source fansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Red Hat Magazine

    For this book list, I reached out to our writer community to ask which fiction books they would recommend to their peers. What I love about this question and the answers that follow is this list gives us a deeper look into their personalities.

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  15. Police investigating Sunday morning abduction attempt in Garden CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Police are asking for help from the public after an abduction attempt in Garden City Sunday morning. Authorities say a a late-middle aged white male with dark hair tried to grab a woman as she was jogging along South Waccamaw Drive.

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  16. America's Boxcar Pool Has a Leak in CSXRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | Wall Street Journal

    CSX's decision to pull two types of boxcars from the national pool boiled down to the fraying promise of shared resources, the railroad said. Railroads operate under a simple premise: share railcars and everyone wins.

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  17. America's Boxcar Pool Has a Leak in CSXRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | Wall Street Journal

    CSX's decision to pull two types of boxcars from the national pool boiled down to the fraying promise of shared resources, the railroad said. Railroads operate under a simple premise: share railcars and everyone wins.

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  18. Who owns the Mustangs? Actually, the city still doesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | Martinsville Bulletin

    The city of Martinsville is still in the baseball business. Last September, Martinsville City Council gave City Manager Leon Towarnicki permission to execute a sales agreement for the Mustangs to Kansas-based National Sports Services .

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  19. Savvy Shopper: Find free family summer activitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 10 | SavannahNow

    Summer entertainment does not have to mean days on the road or spending a fortune at amusement parks. It does mean you get to spend more time with the kids while they are home from school, and that is a wonderful thing, allowing you to create new and lifelong memories.

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  20. Children's stores fill void in Mystic, Stonington BoroughRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 9 | The Day

    To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: To walk into Mara Luna's is to see an array of clothing adorned with trucks and pirates, ladybugs and sharks, flowers and polka-dots, all hung between books and shoes and toys.

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