Latest News from Savannahnow.com
Savannah Georgia's source for News, Entertainment, Sports, Weather, Classifieds, Jobs, Autos, Real Estate and St. Patricks Day
Updated: 37 min 25 sec ago
Ten miles from the Hawaii town of Pahoa that is being menaced by a stream of lava from Kilauea volcano, there's another community that was almost entirely swallowed by the molten rock nearly 30 years ago.
Obituaries for Friday, October 31, 2014.
If the city is ever able to raise the funding to pay for it and the westside area is developed as planned, Savannah's proposed Canal District may include a baseball stadium. Whether there will be team still around to play there remains to be seen.
Georgia Southern put on its second show this season for a national television audience Thursday night.
ATHENS - Three weeks after Todd Gurley was first suspended by Georgia, there is finally closure.
Since Jenkins came down to its natural enrollment classification of AAA, the Warriors' game with Johnson has been circled on the schedule as the neighborhood rivals renew their acquaintance on the football field.
The Savannah Arts boys cross country team won its third straight Region 1-AAA title Thursday as the Panthers had seven runners finish among the top nine on the 3.1-mile course at Savannah Country Day.
ATHENS - John Theus came to greet a small swarm of media members wearing an orange and blue New York Knicks hat on Monday. He should know better: There's no room for blue and orange in a Georgia Bulldog wardrobe, especially this week.
Gov. Nathan Deal cited significant growth in the film industry and progress toward deepening the Port of Savannah as major accomplishments during a campaign stop in Effingham County on Thursday.
Detectives are asking for the public's help finding a male wanted for questioning in a Savannah robbery last month in a which a clerk was shot.
Police are looking for a Savannah man they've charged with armed robbery. Darrell Edmund Phillips, 43, was identified as the suspect who on Oct.
The operation resulted in the seizure of several ounces of cocaine, a stolen firearm and drug paraphernalia.
If you've been wondering, now you can find out.
The Savannah-Chatham public schools' 2014 overall cohort graduation rate fell slightly from last year to 68.5 percent but remains significantly higher than in 2012. Groves High School's 10.
Traffic from and into South Carolina across the Talmadge Bridge was blocked because of a truck accident in Jasper County.