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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
Officials, residents talk future of Boys & Girls Club

It was a crowded room Thursday night at the Walter Simmons Gymnasium as community members turned out to voice their concerns over the sale of the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club building. Organization board members fielded questions from residents as they discussed the possibility of moving the organization to a larger facility to serve more children.

Savannah mulls fire fee for homes, churches, more

Savannah officials are considering the implementation of an assessment fee for fire services next year that could be applied to homes, businesses and tax-exempt properties such as churches, schools and hospitals. The fee is one option being discussed as City Manager Rob Hernandez attempts to close a gap between decreased revenue and increased expenses he was confronted with after arriving in October, said Bret Bell, deputy assistant to the city manager.

Dear lawmakers: Border-adjustable tax can't shrink trade deficit...

Some lawmakers claim a border-adjustable tax will raise massive amounts of revenue to help pay for corporate tax cuts and give a powerful jolt to US-based manufacturers. But both cannot be true.

St. Joseph's/Candler announces plans for Pooler hospital project

Locator map of planned St. Joseph's/Candler Pooler Campus on Pooler Parkway and I-16 St. Joseph's/Candler officials Thursday announced plans to build a "micro hospital" in Pooler to better serve patients from westside Savannah and outlying areas as they expand their regional appeal. Phase one of a $62 million Pooler campus is scheduled to open in early 2019 on an 18-acre parcel on Pooler Parkway near the intersection with Interstate 16. That's the first step in a 10-year build-out to create a 170,000-square-foot, multi-story, technologically advanced medical facility, said Paul P. Hinchey, president/CEO.

GEC staff return from off-island training and certification workshop

Staff from the Guam Election Commission are back from attending an off-island certification workshop hosted by the National Association of Election Officials . Executive Director Maria Pangelinan attended the four-day workshop in Savannah, Georgia last week.

Chatham Co. DA, phone companies subpoenaed for civil case into SCMPD corruption

Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap and two phone companies have been subpoenaed in an ongoing civil lawsuit in the corruption of the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department under the lead of former chief, Willie Lovett. The orders filed call for all records of investigations by the District Attorney's Office into potential criminal wrongdoing by Metro officers from the beginning of 2007 until now, including but not limited to Lovett, current Assistant Chief Julie Tolbert and others.

Former girlfriend of Savannah murderer gets 5 years probation on drug charges in 2014 slaying

The former girlfriend of convicted murderer Kevin Palmer on Wednesday was sentenced to five years of probation on drug charges in connection with the 2014 slaying of a North Carolina man whose body was found in Georgetown. Genevieve Elizabeth Meeks, 20, of Savannah was granted First Offender Act treatment during a sentencing hearing before Chatham County Superior Court Judge Louisa Abbot.

CrimeStoppers tip leads to three Savannah drug arrests

The Savannah Metro Strategic Investigations Unit on Jan. 27 arrested three individuals for drug trafficking drugs near a school, thanks to a CrimeStoppers tip. The subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Robert Frazier, BobbyClark andKijuana Smart.

Ocearch hooks Savannah students with shark tales

Captain Brett McBride shows students from the Hancock Academy tools used for catching great white sharks during their expeditions on the M/V OCEARCH. DJ Lettieri, deck hand with OCEARCH, shows a group of students from Hancock Academy around the M/V OCEARCH docked on River Street Wednesday afternoon.

This week's pets for adoption in Savannah

Ryder came from an outdoor feral life, then living in a cage. With so little socialization early on, Ryder now gets along with people amazingly well.

Chatham County Commission considering adoption of new 20-year comprehensive plan

A new 20-year plan for Chatham County and Savannah is going before the county commission for adoption this week. Commission Chairman Al Scott said he intends to put final approval of the Chatham County-Savannah Comprehensive Plan on the agenda for the commission's Friday meeting.

Defending the Cookie Title

Eat your way through Girl Scout Cookie Weekend at these participating restaurants, then vote for your favorite at Barracuda Bob's, Pirates House, Cotton & Rye, Corleone's, 700 Drayton @ the Mansion, Papa's Barbeque, Savannah Coffee Roasters, Leopold's Ice Cream&, Ordinary Pub, River House Seafood, The Shrimp Factory, Boomy's, 40 East Grill and "Flashback Savannah Coffee Roasters' Lori Collins was presented the trophy for the Girl Scout Cookie Culinary Competition last year by the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia CEO Sue Else and intends to defend the sweet title. The forward-thinking Savannahian had already established her pioneer organization for young women five years before, and it was time to raise some funds.

Good Greens: Eat better, not less

LET'S BE honest, healthy food does not always have a good rep. People think that being health-conscious means their stomachs will perpetually growl and their choices are limited.

Vox Populi: - What is the difference between Snowden and the Washington, D.C., leakers?'

"I wish y'all would start putting the same kind of crossword puzzles you use to. You've got them so hard now that we people that are trying to learn them can't work them."

Big crowd challenges, supports Buddy Carter at Savannah town hall

U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter managed to talk for about five minutes Tuesday before the packed crowd at his town hall meeting in Savannah started booing. "Obamacare is collapsing," the Savannah Republican said at Armstrong State University, prompting shouts from the crowd asking him to refer to the 2010 health care law by its formal name, the Affordable Care Act.

Kait Lance: Startups find healthy ecosystem in Savannah

Google the term "startup ecosystem" and a list of websites will pop up. explains, " A startup ecosystem is formed by people, startups in their various stages and various types of organizations interacting as a system to create new startup companies."

44 Savannah area cats, dogs moved to the Northeast to find homes

Several area pet rescue groups helped with the Second Chance journey for 44 cats and dogs who were transported to the northeast region of the country to be placed with families in homes. An overabundance of homeless pets in the greater Savannah area means that if left here, these animals could have faced an uncertain future and possible euthanasia because there aren't enough homes in Savannah and surrounding areas, according to One Love Animal Rescue.

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