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When you think of summer sounds, your mind may turn to the baseball field. From the crack of the bat on the ball to the umpire making a home plate call, there are plenty of classic summer sounds...

Nicodemus/NPS

The National Parks Service wants to focus attention on the historically significant events that happened after the Civil War - specifically during Reconstruction. So this year, it’s conducting a...

Georgia's busy seaports in Savannah and Brunswick handled record-breaking amounts of cargo in the recently ended fiscal year, with business buoyed in part by a labor dispute that disrupted ports...

There’s a plan to fill in the gaps left by vacant houses in East Macon’s Mill Hill neighborhood.

The first step in that plan isn’t tearing houses down and it isn’t building new ones....

Heather Henley, editor of Do Savannah, and Lauren Cleland, social media manager for Visit Savannah, offer...

If you get onto the Truman Parkway from President Street you’ll need to find an alternate route. The turn lane onto the Truman from eastbound President Street is closing today as part of the...

Island Packet/Beaufort Gazette

Animal shelters routinely see dogs that have clearly been used for fighting. But dogfights often times happen in secret, and that can make it very difficult to catch the people responsible. Liz...

Being misclassified can present problems for port truck drivers. So, politicians are searching for ways to address potential misclassification. The Senate Study Committee on Employee...

A 700-mile bike ride through the coastal south in July might not sound like much fun. But that’s how one group of middle- and high-school age cyclists is spending their summer vacation. They’re...

Students at Mercer University's medical school

One of the goals of health reform is to cut costs by keeping patients healthy through preventative care. But that approach leans heavily on routine care from family doctors - who are in short...

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