A few years ago while working late into the night during a challenging surgery to reattach a severed hand, orthopedic microsurgeon Greg Kolovich knew there had to be a more efficient way to take the X-rays and photographs that helped guide him through surgery.
The Micro C team, from left, Kirby Sisk, Evan Ruff and Greg Kolovich. The team plans to shop their innovation to markets overseas while waiting for FDA approval. (Photo special to Savannah Morning News)
Rezoning that would have paved the way for a proposed mini-storage warehouse facility behind Whole Foods on Victory Drive was denied Tuesday by the Metropolitan Planning Commission in a 10-3 vote.
This aerial photo shows the area behind Whole Foods on Victory Drive where a developer wants to build a mini-storage warehouse. The Metropolitan Planning Commission on Tuesday denied a proposal to rezone the site. (Photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Planning Commission)
Protecting Savannah’s business climate against legislation with negative impacts on the job climate topped a list of seven legislative priorities Savannah business leaders presented to lawmakers Wednesday at the annual Eggs &Issues breakfast.
Senator Lester Jackson, left, and Rep. Ron Stephens talk at the annual Eggs and Issues Legislative Breakfast.
Jamie Durrence, managing partner of Daniel Reed Hospitality, the driving force behind The Public Kitchen and Bar, Local 11ten and Soho South Café, was honored by the Georgia Restaurant Association on Sunday during the annual GRACE Awards Gala.
Jamie Durrence, center, managing partner of Daniel Reed Hospitality was named Restaurateur of the Year by the Georgia Restaurant Association during the annual GRACE Awards Gala Sunday night. Pictured with Durrence are Karen Bremer (L), CEO of the Georgia Restaurant Association and Krista Schulte (R), Region Vice President, East, The Coca-Cola Company. (Photo special to the Savannah Morning News)
Millions of visitors descend on Savannah every year, and the lures vary. For many it's the architecture or the ever-expanding food scene, but during a marketing trip to New York City last month Visit Savannah officials touted another growing scene to capture attention: Art.
Known for having that retro shirt or the perfect table you can’t find anywhere else, Goodwill of Southeast Georgia is again introducing something new to the Low Country, an outlet store and a new midtown flagship location.
The new Goodwill flagship location at 220 Eisenhower Dr. The 6,800-square-foot location will officially open with a ribbon cutting on Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Goodwill of Southeast Georgia)
Savannah’s hospitality industry is no doubt a driving force in the local economy, but often times residents express feelings of disconnect or frustration with the issues that stem from new hotel construction, parking and overcrowding.
After relocating to Upper Factors Walk earlier this year Pinkie Masters is again closed for business. The news comes just a year after it was announced that the original location at 318 Drayton St. was set to close.
Forget the champagne, the celebration was all about cookies and milk on Thursday as Byrd Cookie Company officially opened the doors to its fourth retail location at 423 E. River St.
Byrd Cookie Company CEO Stephanie Lindley alongside Geoff Repella (L) and Benny Curl (R) speaks at the grand opening and ribbon cutting for of the company's newest store at 423 East River Street on Thursday. (Bunny Ware/Spotted.Savannahnow.com)
The Metropolitan Planning Commission on Tuesday postponed their vote on a petition that would have amended the Savannah Zoning Ordinance and ultimately given the go-ahead to a proposed mini-storage warehouse at 2803 Limerick Ave., behind the Whole Foods Shopping Center on Victory Drive.
Photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Planning Commission - This aerial photo shows the area behind Whole Foods on Victory Drive where a developer wants to build a ministorage warehouse. The Metropolitan Planning Commission on Tuesday, delayed a vote on a proposed zoning text amendment for the site.
With temperatures often reaching the 70s during December, it can be a little difficult for Savannah residents to get into the holiday spirit, but one Savannah company is hoping to change that by offering custom holiday decorating services for homes and commercial buildings.
Photos courtesy of TideWater Landscape Management - Christmas Decor by TideWater Landscape Management is shown on the Ronald McDonald House last year. The company offers custom holiday decor for residential and commercial buildings.