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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
Savannah's 'blight tax' goes mostly unpaid as properties continue decline

Built in the early 1900s to house the King's Daughters home for orphaned girls, the building on Montgomery Street has itself become in need of a caretaker. The structure which later served as an Elk's Lodge has sat empty for years and deteriorated to the point that the city assessed a new "blight tax" against it last year that added $7,562 to what would have been a $1,261 bill.

Visually impaired community concerned about hybrid vehicles

The City of Savannah is moving forward with its plan to acquire more electric vehicles. However, one group of Savannahians are concerned for their safety because the cars are so quiet.

School bus involved in wreck on Mills B. Lane Boulevard in Savannah

The WTOC Traffic Tracker is at the scene of a wreck between a car and school bus on Mills B. Lane Boulevard in Savannah. #SPDTraffic : Mills B. Lane at Rockdale Street is blocked due to a school bus vs. vehicle crash.

How Do People Decide Which Snacks Belong at a Funeral?

It may not be the first consideration, but food-in the form of snacks at funerals, wakes, and other death-related gatherings-is an important part of how the living come to terms with a loss. And just as how we choose to observe the passing of a loved one varies by religion, country of origin, and familial tradition, so too do the ways we try to feed dozens of grief-stricken people in what could be the worst time of their lives.

10th annual Komen Savannah Race for the Cure set for Saturday

Hundreds will sport their pink attire and head out to Ellis Square to celebrate life and raise money for the fight against breast cancer. There will be lots of foot traffic Saturday for the race, and parts of downtown Savannah will be blocked off.

Fox & Weeks offering the public chance to sign book for Bush family

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors on Hodgson Memorial Drive in Savannah is offering a chance for the public to share messages of sympathy and condolences for the family of former First Lady Barbara Bush.

Savannah seeking designer for new arena

The city is striving for a 2021 opening and is now seeking a design firm after developing a new master plan for the project site. To stay on schedule, the arena has been shifted farther north to where a parking lot had previously been proposed so the city does not have to wait for the public works department to be relocated from the original site, said Peter Shonka, director of the new arena development office.

Good News: Great Savannah cleanup

The kickoff Thursday to the Great Savannah Cleanup is an initiative in which the city offers free bulk debris removal from homes and private property. The city will schedule pickups for various neighborhoods every Saturday in May, but they got a head start this week at the Bacon Park transfer station on Skidaway Road.

Atlanta Radio Welcomes Back Lyndsey Marie

Lyndsey Marie returns to Atlanta as on-air host, middays, for Rock 100.5/WNNX-FM. Lyndsey, who moved from Atlanta to Chicago in 2014 to host middays on former Cumulus Classic Rock station WLUP-FM, has hosted Rock 100.5 middays remotely since that time.

Savannah man sentenced to life without parole in 2013 Thunderbolt slayings

Nathaniel Willie "Nate" Wilkins, 29, today was sentenced to two consecutive life prison terms without parole for his convictions in the 2013 slayings of a Thunderbolt couple in what prosecutors argued was an execution of two innocent people on the doorstep of their home. Chatham County Superior Court Judge James F. Bass Jr. imposed a maximum penalty for each crime for each of two malice murder convictions.

One person in custody after U.S. Marshals serve drug warrant at Motel 6 on Fort Argyle Road

The U.S. Marshals and Savannah Police Department's SWAT team served a warrant at the Motel 6 on Fort Argyle Road in Savannah on Wednesday. According to an official with Savannah PD, a warrant was served for multiple drug offenses out of Hampton County, SC.

'Georgia is a ticking time bomb:' FEMA director urges hurricane prep in Savannah

As administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, former Savannah resident Brock Long is the nation's chief emergency manager. But he wasn't savvy about his own disaster readiness when he first moved to an apartment on Wilmington Island in 1999 to take a job with the Georgia Emergency Management Agency as a state hurricane planner, he told a regional conference of emergency managers Wednesday at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center.

Savannah man indicted on murder charges in March slaying

A 26-year-old man was indicted on Wednesday for murder and related charges in the March 2018 slaying of a 33-year-old man. Joshua Demuro caused the death of Kevin Gilman on March 19 by shooting him, the Chatham County grand jury said in returning a malice murder charge.

Savannah woman indicted for murder in December 2017 slaying

A 50-year-old woman on Wednesday was indicted on murder and related charges in the December 2017 slaying of a 38-year-old man. Deborah Garner caused the death of Eric Jenkins on Dec. 30 by shooting him, the Chatham County grand jury said in returning a malice murder charge.

Alleged accomplice denies role in 2004 Savannah soldier slaying

A woman whose testimony was linked to the 2004 slaying of Army Capt. Scott Corwin on Wednesday distanced herself from the slaying and told prosecutors that the man on trial for murder never threatened her.

Family remembers Savannah attorney killed in 1989 bombing

On Thursday at 6 p.m., the state of Alabama will execute Walter Leroy Moody, the man convicted for the murder of beloved Savannah attorney and Alderman Robbie Robinson. Just a few days before Christmas in 1989, Robinson opened a package sent his office on Abercorn Street.

A-Town Get Down is back on Indian Street with visuals, sounds, and soul

A SCAD student who was taken from this world too soon, Townsend was a beacon of creative encouragement during his time in Savannah, and the festival continues to share that energy with new generations. Whether you're a seasoned A-Towner or a newbie, the festival's vibrant and loving environment is a can't-miss for artists, dreamers, and families; plus, seeing the festival transform Indian Street into a wanderable fairground of non-stop entertainment and innovation is a truly unique experience.

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