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Chatham County commissioners want to study the possibility of expanding CAT bus service throughout the county.

GPB Savannah's Sarah McCammon talks with Savannah Morning News Editorial Page Editor Tom Barton about the week's news, and what's ahead for 2015. Barton says crime, transportation, gambling, and...

Little Free Library/Jon Waits

Fans of Savannah native Flannery O’Connor are hoping to bring attention to the author’s life and work with a trail of “little free libraries.” It will stretch from her birthplace in Savannah to...

The 509 steam engine sits less than a quarter mile east from the Central Georgia Railroad tracks in Macon. The locomotive is one of the few remaining steam engines that traveled the rail lines in...

Christmas presents

Police in coastal Georgia are offering tips to bolster the security of gifts and the homes they're being opened in this holiday season.

Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police say citizens...

After two decades in office, Congressman Jack Kingston is saying goodbye to Washington. The Republican from Savannah spent most of the past year, trying to win his party’s U.S. Senate nomination....

Crime and public safety continue to be key issues for Savannah.

GPB's Sarah McCammon talks with Tom Barton, Editorial Page Editor at the Savannah Morning News, about the year's big stories for Savannah, Chatham County, and the coast. Barton says this year's...

Armstrong Inn, Savannah

This week as we continue our series on Savannah’s East Broad Street, we’ll hear from a couple who opened a Bed and Breakfast...

Ugly Christmas Sweater/theuglysweatershop.com

Anna Chandler, Arts and Entertainment Editor for Connect Savannah, and Jim Reed, Director of the Psychotronic Film Society, offer up some ways to...

Historian Anthony Cohen recently retraced Sherman's March on foot and bike.

Among the soldiers on Sherman’s March to the Sea 150 years ago were former slaves.

One of them, according to documents from the time, was named Patrick Sneed. He’d escaped from slavery in...

Georgia Ports Authority

A $1.1 trillion spending bill approved by Congress contains a small amount of money to help begin deepening the Port of Savannah's shipping channel.

The measure sent to the White House over...

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