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The remains of a Spanish and Native American settlement are falling into a creek. Archaeologists are busy documenting the site. But officials are discussing a long-term solution to protect the site of a 16th Century Spanish church.
The Savannah, Augusta and Columbus communities are the most impacted in the state by reductions in federal spending, according to a new report by Georgia State University. Dr. Peter Bluestone, Senior Research Associate at GSU’s Fiscal Research Center, said those cities feel more of the cuts from sequestration and the government shutdown because a larger percentage of their economy is based on federal defense spending.
Savannah's Broughton Street is the center of filming for the movie. Paramount Pictures has put up signs that could confuse someone who doesn't know this is both a working downtown and a movie set.
The first of nine production days in downtown Savannah began for the Spongebob Squarepants movie. Residents and business owners got a taste of what the next week will be like. Several streets and sidewalks were closed. Some people reported minor inconveniences. But the overall mood was one of a spectacle.
Great Dane Trailers is building an Innovation Center in Savannah.The new high-tech campus will include a 75,000-square-foot, three-story corporate office building, an adjacent 28,000-square-foot research and develop...
If you watch our “Football Fridays in Georgia” coverage- and however you watch, whether it’s on GPB itself, on gpb.org, or through our app for your iPhone- I start referring to this time of year as our sports version of elect...
Some campers finding "closed" signs at federally-operated campgrounds are getting their nature kicks at state parks. Some parks are seeing a slight increase in visitation because of the government shutdown.
Chatham County officials have boosted funding for mosquito testing over concerns about the West Nile virus. There have been a high number of West Nile virus carriers, an issue that may have been triggered by this year's unusually heavy rainfall.
Savannah's Chatham County is gearing up for a sales tax vote. But unlike in previous years, its prospects aren't certain. Last year's failed T-SPLOST referendum in the coastal region is energizing anti-tax forces.