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.
Tue., June 2, 2015 3:55pm
Savannah Truck Drivers Say Unsafe Working Conditions Led To Recent Deadly Accidents
Truck drivers in Savannah are protesting what they call unsafe working conditions saying long hours on the road are to blame for recent truck accidents that caused multiple deaths in the area.
Wed., May 27, 2015 5:00am
Re-defining Art And Fashion Through 3D Printing
In less than a decade, the price of using printing technology has decreased by as much as $10,0000, making it more accessible to several industries including art and fashion.
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.
Tue., May 12, 2015 5:00am
Forgotten Women Part 2: Madame Freeman
“Madame” Freeman was an African-American entrepreneur who owned multiple businesses, including one of the most famous beauty schools in Savannah.
Mon., May 11, 2015 5:00am
Forgotten Women Part 1: Abigail Minis
Our first featured woman is a Georgia colonist. Arriving in 1733 just months after the first settlers she and approximately 40 others became the first Jews to touch Savannah ground.
Wed., May 6, 2015 3:10pm
Savannah Clergy Members Promote "Census Awareness Sunday"
Savannah clergy members are calling for residents to participate in what’s being called Census Awareness Sunday to encourage participation in the 2020 census.
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.
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