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As we approach Savannah's municipal election Nov. 3, the Savannah Morning News has been talking with the candidates for the City Council and Mayor. The two...

State officials are putting the brakes on $123 million dollars of road projects, due to uncertainty of federal funding.

The Georgia Department of Transportation was supposed to put those...

Jessica Leigh Lebos, community editor of Connect Savannah, and Amy Condon, associate editor of Savannah...

As we continue to ask “What Moves You, Georgia,” we consider a big mover in the state’s economy: shipping through the port of Savannah. In fiscal 2015, the port loaded more than 28 million tons...

Cyclists ride by during Atlanta Streets Alive, an event produced by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. (Trevor Young/GPB News)

I love to ride my bicycle, but I’m usually too scared to ride it on the roads in Atlanta. Today, I’m taking a chance. It’s overcast, and I’m commuting to work on my bike.

“Okay, I am in...

Yvette MacPherson and other commuters wait for their Gwinnett County Transit (GCT) bus. (Sam Whitehead/GPB News)

It’s Monday morning rush hour at the Gwinnett Transit Center, and Yvette MacPherson has missed her bus.

“What happened was we got to Doraville Train station, and the 10 we take was late...

GPB Savannah, the Savannah Morning News and SavannahNow.com hosted a series of political forums on Monday, October 12, 2015. At each of the six forums,...

GPB Savannah, the Savannah Morning News and SavannahNow.com hosted a series of political forums on Monday, October 12, 2015. At each of the six forums,...

After the Civil War, freed slaves settled in an area of Savannah known as Frogtown. Named after the creatures that scattered the neighborhood after it rained, Frogtown became a thriving black...

GPB Savannah, the Savannah Morning News and SavannahNow.com hosted a series of political forums on Monday, October 12, 2015. At each of the six forums,...

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