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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.
Local Newspapers: Savannah Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Savannah Sand Gnats (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Armstrong Atlantic Savannah State and South
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Towns/Cities near savannah, georgia : Richmond Hill Garden City Montgomery Georgetown
Big 8th inning pushes Bananas past Grizzlies
After failing to score through the first six innings, Savannah exploded for six runs in the 7th and 8th to take a 6-2 win over Gastonia Saturday. The Bananas scored five of those runs in the 8th.Wigged, purse-carrying man arrested after Savannah robbery
A man dressed in a blonde wig and carrying a purse entered Parker's on the 10000 block of Abercorn Street about 1:45 a.m. today and demanded cash, said Bianca Johnson, Savannah-Chatham police spokeswoman. During the investigation, metro officers were able to locate the suspect, Dennis Keith Williams Jr., on the 1200 block of Rogers Street.LAX clinic helps improve skills, grow game
Lacrosse may not have a huge following in Savannah just yet, but a group of young girls and coaches hope that will soon change. Nearly 20 girls' lacrosse players beat the heat Saturday afternoon at Morris Field for a day-long clinic to improve their fundamentals and skills.Gallery Listings
Heather Riniker will be showing her embroidered magnolia leaves during her art show at Gallery Espresso, 234 Bull St. A reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. July 27. Info: galleryespresso.com Savannah native Britton Dockery will show and sell his work from Aug. 1 to Sept. 21 at the Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. An opening reception will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 4. Savannah Authors Workshop will sponsor its 2017 short story competition.J.T. Turner bankruptcy discharged, but criminal charges still possible
More than two years after he filed for bankruptcy protection, longtime Savannah construction company owner James T. "Jim" Turner, has been granted a discharge of his debts by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Georgia. Chapter 7, which Turner filed, is designed for debtors in financial difficulty who do not have the ability to pay their existing debts.Barton: Violent crime and the - Lost Boys of Savannah:' Improve families and schools
Lost Boys of Savannah include : Calvin Farr, age 7, Timone Hooper, age 9, Brandon Miller, age 11, sit behind crime tape as police investigate the shooting death of Grant Terrell Riley in Hitch Village in 2000. All three boys have since been accused of crime - including two murders.Police: City Market deaths won't count toward Savannah's yearly homicide total
Chief Joseph H. Lumpkin, Mayor Eddie DeLoach, and other police and political officials hold a press conference to talk about the July 4th shootings and crash that killed three people Savannah-Chatham police Chief Joseph Lumpkin, right, along with Mayor Eddie DeLoach, address the July 4th shootings and crash that resulted in three deaths and five injuries at a press conference Wednesday afternoon at the police station Since the summer of 2015, Savannah has seen a generous uptick in violent crime, which is often illustrated by the number of homicides investigated by Savannah-Chatham police. In 2015, police investigated 53 homicides, the deadliest year for the city since the Ricky Jivens Gang plagued the city's streets in the early '90s.We became a family:' Greenbriar Children's Center saving, changing young Savannah lives
Children at Windy's Preschool on Tattnall Street, one of two Greenbriar centers. Jermaine Crosson, left, and Brandon Orr, both former residents of Greenbriar Children's Center, have a little fun collecting toys for children at Greenbriar.SavArtScene: Arts has economic impact on Savannah
In 2015, these Louisiana Girl Scouts visited the Massie Heritage Center where they are shown writing with old quill ink pens. The total attendance to Savannah nonprofit arts and cultural events in 2015 was just over 2 million and the average nonresident attendee spent an average of $94 per person .Savannah homeless authority head: numbers up, time for something new
Chatham County's homeless population increased last year for the second consecutive year, and the head of the lead agency to address those numbers said last week that what they are doing is not working. "We have not been successful in reducing homeless," said Cindy Murphy Kelley, executive director of the Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless.City Talk: Rise Biscuits Donuts brightens mornings on Broughton
The first location of Rise Biscuits Donuts opened in Durham, N.C., in 2012, and the regional chain now has 14 locations and two more set to open soon. When I walked into the locally owned Rise franchise for the first time, I was immediately struck by the bright colors and by the sheer size of the open kitchen.Hemingway lookalikes gather for annual contest
About 160 stocky, white-bearded men resembling Ernest Hemingway have gathered in Florida to compete in the island city's annual Hemingway Lookalike Contest. The competition began Thursday evening at Sloppy Joe's Bar, frequented by Hemingway when he lived in Key West during the 1930s.Polly's People: Landings group supports arts in schools
When she lived on Long Island, N.Y., Penny Day Thompson taught high school math and - in her spare time - fine-tuned her watercolor skills because chilly weather most of the year prohibited her from enjoying outdoor activities. After teaching for 35 years, Penny decided a move South to better weather was in order.Vox Populi: - Build more jails and hire more policemen'
Savannah-Chatham police investigate a shooting near the intersection of Live Oak and and East 39th streets that injured a teenager on a bicycle. "Beware! Your adversary, the devil, is a roaring lion and is walking about seeking whom he may devour.Savannah Children's Choir holds concert at Lucas Theatre
That concert has become a part of the summer entertainment scene in downtown Savannah. This month - third through eighth graders have worked on learning all kinds of music, ranging from classical to the latest popular music.3 awarded military-related scholarships
Elizabeth Laster of Savannah and Michaela Plotner of Pooler each received a $2,000 college scholarship awarded at Hunter Army Air Force base through the Scholarships for Military Children Program. Laster's parents are Edwin and Andrea Laster.Savannah, Chatham County support merged government
Many of you feel like this battle between the City of Savannah and Chatham County governments will never end. Many other cities and counties in Georgia have been in this very same position and their solution - a merger that would end all mergers - by consolidating city and county government.
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