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Old Fort Jackson has stood on the banks of the Savannah River for nearly two and a half centuries. Aaron Bradford, public historian and military interpretation coordinator talks about this weekend's Family Campover.
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Mon., July 20, 2015 6:00am
Three-Year Family Med School Aims To Address Primary Care Shortage
The program through Mercer University is based in Savannah at Memorial Hospital.
Fri., July 17, 2015 5:38pm
A New Leader For Savannah's Civil Rights Museum
Vaughnette Goode-Walker says she hopes to celebrate the history of the African American neighborhood in Savannah once known as the West Broad district, among other goals for her new position.
Tue., June 30, 2015 5:15pm
Appeals Court Sides With Georgia Ag Department Against Vidalia Farmer
Vidalia onion grower Delbert Bland is challenging the state's packing date for the famous onions.
Fri., June 5, 2015 5:54pm
Savannah's 'Mossterpiece': Living Public Art
Art Rise Savannah and Judge Realty are partnering with artist Jamie Bourgeois to host a month-long public art exhibit made of natural materials.
Thu., June 4, 2015 5:39pm
Chatham County Coroner: Ajibade Death A Homicide
Matthew Ajibade, 21, died in the Chatham County Detention Center in January.
Fri., May 15, 2015 4:43pm
This Week In The News With Tom Barton: 5/15/15
Barton predicts the Georgia Department of Transportation will reject energy company Kinder Morgan's application that would pave the way for construction of the 360-mile Palmetto Pipeline.
Thu., May 14, 2015 10:42pm
Forgotten Women Part 5: Addie Byrd Byers
Addie Byers was a teacher and civil rights activist who fought for equal access to educational institutions for Savannah's African American children.
Fri., May 8, 2015 11:29am
3 Men, 1 Woman Dead In Interstate 285 Plane Crash
NTSB says the investigation into a small plane crash into a busy Atlanta interstate could take months.
Wed., April 22, 2015 11:00pm
Can Public Shaming Stop Littering?
The city's new Keep Savannah Clean campaign will use TV, newspapers, and social media to expose people caught in the act of littering.
Tue., April 21, 2015 11:50pm
Pipeline Hearing Draws Overflow Crowd, Mostly Opposed To Palmetto
About 500 people packed the first public hearing on the Palmetto Pipeline proposal.