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In this week’s Connect Savannah, Editor-in-Chief Jim Morekis looks at the winners and...

Most African Americans living in the South before the Civil War were enslaved. But what may not be as well-known is the history of free African Americans in places like Savannah.
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The former chief of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police department says he’s not guilty of several federal crimes. A seven-count grand jury indictment made public Thursday charges former...

A new project on the City of Savannah's website is shedding light on a little-known corner of slavery's history here: the work slaves did...

Close to 100 homeless residents of Savannah have just a few weeks to find new places to live. The city wants people living in several makeshift campsites on the city’s east side to move to make...

Savannah is preparing to move more than 90 people living in camps on the city’s east side to make way for construction and drainage projects planned for later this year.

The Chatham-...

Savannah-area teachers are asking for a raise in next year’s public schools budget.

Theresa Watson is President of the Savannah...

Civic and business leaders from coastal Georgia and South Carolina are talking about how to rebuild if a major hurricane hits the region.

Chatham Emergency Management Agency Director...

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