Fri., March 13, 2015 5:42pm
Mayor Edna Jackson announces her re-election campaign; former Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Chief Willie Lovett goes to prison; debate heats up over the proposed $1 billion Palmetto Pipeline through coastal Georgia.
Fri., January 16, 2015 5:52pm
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.
Fri., December 5, 2014 6:45pm
Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson says she’s confident future protests in the city will remain peaceful. She’s also urging city leaders to wait before commenting on recent shootings.
Tue., July 29, 2014 7:52pm
County officials say they're paying too much toward the merged city-county police department under the current agreement.
Thu., April 10, 2014 2:58pm
Al Scott says services beyond the police force could be combined to save tax dollars.
Tue., February 18, 2014 5:51pm
Fighting poverty, finding new leadership for the police force, and providing job opportunities for Savannah's youth were the key themes of Mayor Edna Jackson's "State of the City" address Tuesday. Speaking in a nearly-full ballroom at Savannah's Civic Center, Jackson said the local economy is recovering. She touted expansions by several local businesses and the city's record-breaking tourism rate last year.
Wed., August 28, 2013 8:00am
Many Georgians now in positions of power attended the 1963 March on Washington 50 years ago today. Their memories are as diverse as they are. In Savannah, Mayor Edna Jackson sees a direct link between the march and what she now does as her daily job.
Fri., August 23, 2013 11:15am
Savannah is marking historic anniversaries in the Civil Rights movement. This weekend will feature a symposium at Savannah High School and a mass meeting at First African Baptist Church. Then on the march on Washington's 50th anniversary next Wednesday, Savannah State University students will re-enact many of the day's historic events.
Thu., April 4, 2013 12:50pm
Members of Savannah's City Council are making permanent a temporary choice they made last year about one of the city's most powerful positions. The council selected interim city manager Stephanie Cutter to run the city government permanently. Cutter has guided the city through a series of minor crises and garnered praise from business leaders.