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|October 1, 2010||Bradwell Institute||10||Savannah||14|
A bill introduced this week in Congress had Georgia port officials feeling confident at its annual State of the Ports luncheon Thursday. That’s because the legislation would nix a 1999 spending cap on the Savannah Harbor deepening project.
Massachusetts based OnBrand24 is opening a second facility in Savannah. OnBrand24 is a customer call center service that has been established since 1981.“Savannah is a perfect place for our next stage of growth,” s...
Surprises… yeah, I’d say there were a few surprises… But that’s what makes these non-region games so much fun… If you’re a coach, you want to challenge your players and team leading into the region schedule just so you ...
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Savannah is holding a special Mass at one of the city's largest churches to pray for peace in Syria.
The president of one of Georgia's largest teachers unions is on the campaign trail. But she's not running for office. Calvine Rollins of the Georgia Educators Association is traveling to different parts of the state urging lawmakers to restore state funding for 180 days of school.
US Army Under Secretary Joseph Westfal became the latest Obama administration official to voice support for a plan to deepen the port of Savannah yesterday. Westfal toured the port on a two-day trip to the the Georgia coast.
There is a new outlet mall soon to be located in Pooler, just outside of Savannah. It is not only going to be a place to shop, but also a family destination complete with a playground, carousel, kiddie train and picnic pa...
The Army's No. 2 civilian leader is planning to visit the Port of Savannah next week.