Savannah at Brantley County

November 2nd, 2012 7:30PMFinal

Brantley County Herons

Brantley County High School
Class: AAA
Region: 1
Total Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)
Classification Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)
Region Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)

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Savannah Blue Jackets

Savannah High School
Class: AAA
Region: 1
Total Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)
Classification Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)
Region Record: 0-0-0 (0.000)

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$5,000 Reward For Shooting Information

$5,000 Reward For Shooting Information

Savannah-Chatham County police are still looking for the gunman who opened fire late Saturday at the crowded Coastal Empire Fair. Seven people were shot, most of them teens between the ages of 14 and 19, but no one was killed.

Chatham Funds New Hotel Analysis

Chatham Funds New Hotel Analysis

Savannah's Chatham County is going back to "square one" when it comes to studies of a controversial hotel project. County commissioners are funding a new round of analysis into the feasibility of a convention hotel.

New Mediation in River Dredge Suit

New Mediation in River Dredge Suit

A federal judge says a South Carolina Supreme Court decision in a dispute over the $650 million deepening of the Savannah River shipping channel may raise new and difficult legal issues that the federal court may have to resolve.

Champions Headline Final Volleyball Poll

Champions Headline Final Volleyball Poll

Six programs have taken home GHSA volleyball trophies this year and the names should surprise no one. Blessed Trinity won its second title in three years when the Titans knocked off St. Pius X to claim the Class AAA crown. St...

2nd Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Called Success

2nd Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Called Success

Savannah officials say the city's second Rock 'n' Roll Marathon was a fist-pumping success. Organizers say more than 17,000 runners competed in the 26.2-mile race. And Jill Horst of Rome, Ga., was the women's winner for the second year in a row with a time of two hours, 52 minutes and five seconds.

Celebrity Joins Ogeechee Fight

Celebrity Joins Ogeechee Fight

California environmental activist Erin Brockovich says she's starting an investigation into the health of the Ogeechee River. An estimated 38,000 fish died in the Southeast Georgia river last year. Area residents blame a Screven County textile plant and lax environmental regulators.

Deepening Gets Okay, But No Money Yet

Deepening Gets Okay, But No Money Yet

Savannah Republican Jack Kingston says the chances of Congress funding Georgia's long-awaited harbor deepening project are 50-50. A U.S. Army decision last week approving the project came without Congressional dollars.

Savannah Prepares For Marathon

Savannah Prepares For Marathon

Savannah residents are gearing up for downtown disruptions but also a financial windfall because of a marathon in the city Saturday. The second ever Rock and Roll Marathon will bring about 17-thousand runners to the coast.

Savannah Leaders Discuss Homeless Crackdown

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Savannah's mayor and some city council members are calling for a more aggressive approach to curb what they say are increasing reports of misconduct among the homeless downtown.

Myrick, Thornton Rush Onto Score 44 List

Myrick, Thornton Rush Onto Score 44 List

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Deal: Army Backs Savannah Port Funding

Deal: Army Backs Savannah Port Funding

Gov. Nathan Deal says a federal official has recommended funding to dredge the Port of Savannah in the next federal budget. The Republican governor said the assistant Army secretary for civil works, Jo-Ellen Darcy, recommended the funding in a letter informing Congress of the agency's approval of the project.

 

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