Tom Barton, Editorial Page Editor at the Savannah Morning News, joins GPB Savannah's Sarah McCammon for a discussion of the week's news. This week: a dispute over the future of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department continues.
Founded at Armstrong in 1970 and quickly kicked off campus, underground paper Albion's Voice published six issues on issues of race, class and gender. Now, its six issues are in the school's library and its founders are looking back at their work.
The 509 steam engine train sits in Macon's Central City Park as it has for decades. The Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah is negotiating with Macon-Bibb to bring her east. But Macon park leaders are torn by the prospect of losing the train.
This week as we continue our series on Savannah’s East Broad Street, we’ll hear from a couple who opened a Bed and Breakfast on East Broad and young entrepreneurs who chose to locate their new business in this historic corridor within the city.