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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...

Tom Barton is editorial page editor at the Savannah Morning News.

Is the South ready to rethink Sherman's March? Will working with clergy help police solve Savannah's crime problems? Tom Barton, Editorial Page Editor of the ...

Federal prosecutors say a Russian man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for illegally exporting firearms parts to Russia.

Authorities said a release Thursday that 33-year...

Students in Savannah are learning about music through the "Musical Explorers" program from Carnegie Hall, in partnership with the Savannah Music Festival.

The American South is rich with musical traditions. Now, a new program developed by Carnegie Hall in New York City is helping Savannah public school students learn the essentials of music through...

Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson says she’s confident future protests in the city will remain peaceful. She’s also urging city leaders to wait before commenting on recent shootings.

Jackson...

Jellyballs

If you’ve ever been to the beach in Georgia or South Carolina, you’re familiar with the large, round globs called cannonball jellyfish - or jellyballs. You’ve probably also noticed there are a lot...

Tybee Christmas

Visit Tybee Director Sara Lane and Savannah Music Festival Marketing and Managing Director Ryan McMaken...

Brunswick Georgia City Hall

A new analysis of the economy of Georgia’s southern coast finds the region is still struggling, even as other areas emerge from many of the effects of the recession.

Don Mathews an...

Savannah Dan

On mild days along the Georgia Coast, you’ll find “Savannah Dan” leading tours of the city’s downtown historic district. Dan Leger is easy to spot in his traditional Southern garb of a straw hat,...

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