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    WSVH 91.1 FM

    (912) 344-3565





    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Savannah

    WSVH 91.1 FM

    (912) 344-3565





    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Savannah

    WSVH 91.1 FM

    (912) 344-3565





    Click here for more station information

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Coastal Ga. Weekend: Savannah And Coastal Events Aug. 24-28

Let Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah, and Lauren Cleland, social media strategist for Visit Savannah, help you plan a fun weekend in the Coastal Empire. Lauren's picks: -Celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service with a full day of events at Fort Pulaski. Enjoy guided walks, cannon firings, music performances and more. Thursday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; free. -Get your fill of seafood and drinks at the Aquacurean seafood and spirits celebration at the Westin. Delicious events include a Mediterranean-themed chefs' showcase, a jazz brunch and a resort takeover with a cocktail competition. Friday-Sunday; $65 and up, ticketed by event. -Take an adventure down memory lane with a pair of 80s coming-of-age classics at the Lucas Theatre: The Goonies on Friday and Stand By Me on Saturday. Watch two lovable bands of kids search for buried treasure and a dead body, respectively, and grow up along the way. Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; $9 general admission, $6 for students, seniors and
August 25, 2016

New Connections Between State Dept. And Clinton Foundation Revealed

On this edition of “Political Rewind,” we look at the potential impact of the latest revelations about Hillary Clinton’s email and the Clinton Foundation favors to big donors, who were granted access to meetings at the State Department when Clinton was secretary of state. This time, Donald Trump is staying on-message and hammering Clinton rather than calling negative attention to his own statements and actions.
August 24, 2016

Tawny Crazy Ants Could Bring Trouble To Georgia

A tiny brown ant from South America has the potential to cause big problems in Georgia. Unlike other species, tawny crazy ants run erratically and very fast – and they’ve been known to destroy electrical equipment or take over entire floors of buildings. Tim Davis of UGA’s Chatham County extension office explained how tawny crazy ants got to Georgia. Check out the ants in action in this PBS video:
August 23, 2016

City Program Aims To Teach Teens And Cut Crime Through Apprenticeships

Students across the state are readjusting their sleep schedules as they head back to school after summer vacation. But not all kids spent the past few months sleeping in. One Savannah program aimed to teach teenagers work skills while making the city safer. Keynote speakers stood on a spotlit stage decorated in green and orange balloons as the crowd cheered the latest graduates of the Savannah Pre-Apprentice Program. It was a big day for participants and coordinators, like Chatham County Juvenile Court Judge Lisa Colbert. “Forgive me because I get emotional when I think about the potential that is not met because the village doesn’t come together to support our young people,” she said to the audience. The program matches 14-17 year olds with city and county offices and private businesses for seven week paid apprenticeships. Program Coordinator Ramona Famble said, “This is the largest group that we have managed, over the last few years our numbers ranged between 40 to 60. This year at
August 22, 2016