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Federal immigration officials confirm media reports of a raid at a Christian school in Long County Wednesday night.

Vincent Picard, a spokesman for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

A preservationist group is abandoning modern day construction methods and going back to basics to save two slave cabins along Georgia’s coast. They’re doing it by using what is known as tabby -...

Environmentalists along Georgia’s coast are opposing offshore drilling along the Atlantic between Virginia and Georgia.

They say drilling will send oil to countries overseas while harming...

speece cone / Emily Jones

The Army Corps of Engineers this month awarded the first dredging contract for the expansion of the Port of Savannah. That means work to deepen the river channel is getting underway after years of...

Marcus Roberts / SMF

The Savannah Music Festival runs through April 4. In the first of two conversations with GPB Savannah's Emily Jones, music writer Doug DeLoach discusses some must-see acts in the festival's first...

U.S. Census Test

The nation is halfway between census years. The next decennial U.S. Census is coming up in 2020. And for the first time, it'll be offered online. That means census officials have lots of work to...

Velvet Caravan at GPB Savannah

March is a big month for music in the region – from the Savannah Stopover to the Savannah Music Festival underway right now.

The local group Velvet Caravan is in Austin for SXSW, where they...

Savannah Music Festival

Community advocate Mahogany Bowers of Blessings in a Bookbag and fashion editor Ashley Borders of South...

More than 70 years ago, the federal government took land from descendants of West African slaves, known as the Gullah, living in Georgia. Now they're fighting to get it back.

In 1942, they...

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