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The initial capital of the state of Georgia, the downtown area is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the country which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The city originally thrived due to the port which at one time was one of the most active in the country and still is a major hub for imports and exports.

Population: 132410
Local Newspapers: Savannah Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Savannah Sand Gnats (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Armstrong Atlantic Savannah State and South

Zip Codes associated with savannah, georgia: 31404 31419 31322 31401 31404 31405 31406 31407 31408 31410 31411 31415 31419
Towns/Cities near savannah, georgia : Richmond Hill Garden City Montgomery Georgetown

Savannah News
Hurricane Matthew After Action Report presented at Savannah City Council

The report is timely, with June 1 being the start of hurricane season. The Emergency Management Director for the City of Savannah spoke to council members to tell them what needs to be improved, knowing the preparedness level was not as good as it could have been.

7 behind bars after large-scale drug seizure in Savannah

Undercover officers were conducting surveillance on a group of people outside an apartment on Westlake Avenue around 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday when they saw several large bags of marijuana being distributed among the group. When the undercover officer approached along with marked detectives in marked police vehicles, the group scattered, discarding the drugs and a firearm.

Savannah woman sentenced to more than 3 years for medicaid fraud

A 52-year-old Savannah woman was sentenced to more than 3 years in federal prison this week for her role in a scheme to defraud Medicaid. Barbara Wallace was sentenced to 41 months in prison and to serve 3 years of supervised release upon her release from prison, and to pay $948,361 in restitution and forfeiture, said Acting United States Attorney James D. Durham.

Donald Trump to Hungry Seniors: Drop Dead

Thelma Jones Scott, a Meals on Wheels client, talks with volunteer Betsy Davis after a meal drop-off at her home, March 22, 2017, in Savannah, Georgia. he budget sent to Congress Tuesday for fiscal year 2018 puts the country's schizophrenia over feeding hungry citizens back on the agenda-this time in the guise of defunding food programs for seniors, millions of whom are homebound, ill, and unable to cook or shop.

Savannah jobless rate drops to 4.3 percent

Metro Savannah's unemployment rate fell again in April to 4.3 percent. In Coastal Georgia's southern counties, the rate wass 4.6 percent.

Open government in Georgia: Well said, Mr. Attorney General

Georgia attorney general Christopher Carr should be singled out and praised for his ringing endorsement of open records in a friend of the court brief he submitted this week to the Georgia Supreme Court, which is hearing a critical open-government case regarding records of Atlanta's northside hospital.

Special Report: Running Across Georgia

Driving across the state is one thing, but how about running or biking 260 miles from Savannah to Columbus. More than a hundred people from the Chattahoochee Valley will do just that for the Run Across Georgia this Memorial Day weekend.

Vox Populi: - If I were Trump I would fire the FBI and CIA, and all U.S. Intel.'

"City of Savannah: Congratulations on the work that you're doing on Bay Street, but you need to get a policeman out there before someone gets killed." "The Streeter cartoon in the 5/19 paper crossed the line.

Savannah, Boston seaports beat competitors in Trump budget

U.S. seaports seeking funds to deepen their harbors aren't seeing much support in President Donald Trump's proposed budget, though they could still benefit from an upcoming spending plan. Ports across the U.S. East and Gulf coasts are racing to make room for bigger cargo ships now arriving through an expanded Panama Canal.

City planning $54M investment for Savannah River Landing site

A development plan going before the Savannah City Council Thursday includes two parking garages, streetscape improvements, parks and an extension of the Savannah Riverwalk to the project site. Map provided by city of Savannah.

This week's pets up for adoption in Savannah

Daniel is a 2-year-old terrier mix who really should be named Happy. He races around the fenced-in yard at his foster's house and plays with everyone.

Four arrested in two separate armed robberies

On Saturday, May 20, at approximately 9:50 p.m., Metter Police officers were called to Dollar General on South Leroy Street. According to reports, a black male had entered the store and utilized a weapon to take an undisclosed amount of cash from store clerks.

Most Crushworthy Savannahian

Of course Savannah has the hots for the sassy co-founder of The Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue, who struts her stuff onstage as Rita D'LaVane, leaving a trail of errant sequins and dropped jaws in her wake. It may seem like she shimmied out of the womb swinging those tassels, but Anita hasn't always played the role of voluptuous vixen.

Best Wedding Photographer

Megan Jones got your vote for Best Wedding Photographer this year, her first-ever win. But she's no ordinary wedding photographer.

Severe weather possible Wednesday for Savannah area

Trees fallen in the front yard of a home on Biltmore Road after a severe storm passed through the area Tuesday evening causing heavy damage to several houses. The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center expects a slight risk of severe weather on Wednesday in portions of Georgia, Florida and South Carolina.

Armstrong students release 17 rescue Diamondback terrapins on Tybee Island

Armstrong State University student members of the Terrapin Educational Research Program of Savannah recently gathered on Tybee Island to release 17 diamondback terrapins into the wild. Armstrong State University student members of the Terrapin Educational Research Program of Savannah recently gathered on Tybee Island to release 17 diamondback terrapins into the wild.


SO WE come once again to that time of year, when our Best of Savannah special issue hits the streets, and the internet. This ginormous issue - well over twice the size of our usual print edition, with a digital footprint to match - represents the culmination of months of your votes being counted, winners identified, profile subjects interviewed, photos taken, coffee drunk, hair torn out, all for the glory of presenting you with a finished product not replicated anywhere else in a market now rife with copycat efforts.

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