|September 14, 2012||Richmond Hill||35||Savannah||6|
|September 2, 2011||Richmond Hill||46||Savannah||12|
|September 3, 2010||Richmond Hill||42||Savannah||20|
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley met on the Savannah River on Wednesday. The two executives and a host of officials from both states met to discuss water issues. But the only agreement to come from the meeting concerns drought.
Gov. Nathan Deal of Georgia will host South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley Wednesday in Hartwell, Ga., near the South Carolina border. The governors and lawmakers from South Carolina and Georgia are meeting on water management issues in the Savannah River basin.
There are some intriguing high school football matchups this week in Southeast Georgia and along the coast. Burke County, who suffered a 32-14 loss to a tough Coffee team out of Region 1-AAAAAA, must rebound in a hurry as the...
Vice President Joe Biden brought a sense of urgency to Savannah on Monday. The Vice President was in the coastal city to push for Congressional funding for the $600 million Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. Georgia has been seeking to deepen the harbor for 17 years.
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.