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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
Zip Codes associated with savannah, georgia:
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Towns/Cities near savannah, georgia : Richmond Hill Garden City Montgomery Georgetown
Plans unclear for five-story Aloft hotel in Pooler
A rendering of an Aloft hotel under construction in downtown Savannah. The development firm building the hotel has proposed a second location in Pooler, near the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.Savannah officials considering hotel moratorium in Historic District - again
The city is considering a temporary moratorium on downtown hotel developments until new zoning changes can be implemented. Eric Curl/Savannah Morning News The city is resurrecting an old idea in response to the number of new hotels popping up in Savannah's Historic District.The Mega-Lolad is too heavy to cross I-95's bridges
A giant industrial load that is too heavy for the most direct route for its Cocoa, Florida destination will travel through South Georgia, before it gets to the Sunshine State. The convoy hauling the cargo comes to over half a million pounds, and is over 18 feet wide, and 250 feet long.Former Savannah firefighter sentenced to 10 years in Applebee's racial assault
Former Savannah firefighter Barry Arnold Jr. today was sentenced to 10 years with two to serve after pleading guilty last week to charges of aggravated assault by pointing a pistol at another patron and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony at a southside Applebee's restaurant where he allegedly shouted repeated racial slurs and pointed a gun at black patrons. imposed a sentence for aggravated assault on Marquist Curtis and added a five-year sentence for possession of a firearm during a felony, but suspended that sentence provided that Arnold does not violate any laws of the state or locality.The ladies as they began their journey Monday morning in Savannah.
Emra Smith, founder and CEO of the International School of Story, will walk with her team to spread HOPE across the United States by taking part in a HOPE Walk. The team of women will be leaving Savannah around 8 a.m. Monday morning , making several stops around the Savannah and Statesboro areas before flying from Savannah to Los Angeles, California on March 30. They are very excited to be taking part in this event for the second year in a row to try and spread HOPE to everyone they encounter, especially those going through difficult times.Annual Flannery O'Conner Parade and Street Fair held in Lafayette Square
Bishop Kevin Boland blessed the parade before it kicked off in the afternoon. This lively annual celebration is for acclaimed author, and Savannah native, Flannery O'Connor's birthday.Savannah firefighter who lost battle with Cancer laid to rest
Sunday was an emotional day for firefighters in our area as they said their final goodbyes to 25-year-old Savannah Advanced Firefighter Jimmy Perez. He lost a battle to Liver Cancer on Saint Patrick's Day.Facebook Post: Cargo Container Full Of Black Women At Port In Savannah, Georgia?
There is a rumor going around Facebook, claiming that a cargo container or shipping trailer full of young black women was discovered in Savannah, Georgia, at the port. On Facebook, the post encourages others to share the news about Savannah, and asks why mainstream media isn't covering the alleged discovery of young black women supposedly rescued from sex trafficking.You asked, our tax experts answered
It's that time of year where we question every dollar we make and spend. And, as tax day approaches most of us find ourselves with at least one question that leaves us puzzled.Savannah Coast Guard saves man on Jacksonville cruise ship
A Savannah Coast Guard helicopter transported a 52-year-old man experiencing stroke-like symptoms from a cruise ship that was 18 miles off of the coast of Jacksonville.St. Patrick's Day parade draws crowd to Shellman Bluff
St. Patrick's Day festivities weren't quite done with in the Coastal Empire, you just had to head to Shellman Bluff for one more parade on Saturday. Thousands of people took in the 16th annual event.Gallery Listings
Through May 4. Grand opening March 26. "Manufacturing Victory: The Arsenal of Democracy" is a traveling exhibit from New Orleans that will be at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force in Pooler. Almost overnight, America was forced to become a major manufacturer when the nation entered WW II.Confederate History: Teach more than myth
Otherwise, Savannah's Rep. Jesse Petrea and the bill's other sponsors should be ashamed of themselves for trying to perpetuate a distorted view of history with no care for the ignorance they spread or the pain they cause millions of Georgians who wish the Confederacy would die, once and for all, or at least not be glorified. If a Confederate History Month taught the full story, it surely would include the principles underlying the creation of the Confederate States of America.Savannah goes bald for the cause at St. Baldrick's cancer research fundraiser
Kevin Heyman gets his beard and head shaved during the Saint Baldrick's head shaving event in City Market Saturday afternoon. Heyman has been attending his event and getting his hair shave for the last 8 years.Savannah 'Red Shoes Run' benefiting the Ronald McDonald House
Saturday runners took their marks at the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire for the 25th annual Red Shoes Run. It was an afternoon of fun for the whole family.Good News: March for Meals
Mayor DeLoach and a number of volunteers went door to door, taking meals to some of our area senior citizens in need. The Meals on Wheels program in Savannah started nearly 60 years ago with just a few neighbors with homecooked meals.City of Savannah to discuss push for downtown residential growth
The city of Savannah is in the beginning stages of some changes to the downtown area that would make way for more convenient and affordable places to live. The city's Development and Renewal Authority tells us they've done the research and drafted the proposal.
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