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Mary Carr Mayle

The Savannah metro economy flattened in the third quarter of 2015, with both ports and tourism returning to a more maintainable pace following two quarters of exceptionally strong growth.

Katie Martin

There was a time when Black Friday shopping meant waking up early and being at your favorite store by 6 a.m., but in recent years most big-box chains have opened their doors on Thanksgiving, giving shoppers extra time to take advantage of low prices and knock out their holiday shopping.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

According to data released in recent days, the Savannah area economy remains generally strong.

That’s important news as we head toward the Dec. 1 runoff election in the city of Savannah for mayor, an alderman at-large seat and first district alderman.

Bea Wray

ELVAINE, LLC is one of the BizLab companies being incubated at the Creators’ Foundry. ELVAINE’s founder, Elva Jiang, saw the difficulty faced by many female designers who create amazing work in their in-home studios but lack the resources and time to run a sustainable business featuring their own designs.

Michael Owens

Thousands of people joined me on Saturday at the Georgia Railroad Museum to celebrate all things food and wine.

It was the 15th annual Taste of Savannah, the signature event within the 3-year-old Savannah Food & Wine Festival.

Food & Dining

My mother loves turkey so much that I grew up having it for every major holiday of the year, from Thanksgiving to Easter and sometimes July 4. Most people don’t have either my mother’s enthusiasm or stamina and rarely cook a turkey more than once a year.