FILE - In this Tuesday, April 4, 2017, file photo, Blake Hurst, a corn and soybean farmer and president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, walks to the tractor shed on his farm in Westboro, Mo. U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed to redo the North American Free Trade Agreement, but NAFTA has widened access to Mexican and Canadian markets, boosting U.S. farm exports and benefiting many farmers. Hurst says NAFTA has been good for his business and worries that he’ll lose out in a renegotiation. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)
It’s hard to escape music. Whether you are at the doctor’s office, gym, shopping mall, restaurant, or your own workplace, there is probably music playing in the background. Depending on the music, you can experience a variety of emotions.
FILE - In this Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, file photo, a woman sits on a curb at the scene of a shooting outside of a music festival along the Las Vegas Strip. Months after Facebook and Google announced major efforts to curb the spread of false stories masquerading as news, it’s still cropping up, most recently in the wake of the Las Vegas mass shooting. Turns out it’s not so easy to re-engineer social media systems geared to maximize engagement over accuracy, especially when trolls and pranksters are scheming to evade those controls. (AP Photo/John Locher, File)
The Metropolitan Planning Commission on Tuesday voted to approve an amendment to the City of Savannah Zoning Ordinance to remove density standards for several districts. The petition, which was brought by the city, aims to provide more incentives for residential development and create more balance for hotel and residential development.
The Metropolitan Planning Commission on Tuesday voted to approve an amendment to the City of Savannah Zoning Ordinance to remove density standards for several districts in an effort to encourage residential development. (Savannah Morning News/Katie Nussbaum)
The local restaurant group Ele and the Chef seems to have another hit on its hands with the Little Duck Diner at 150 St. Julian St. That’s the space most recently occupied by the downtown location of Moe’s Southwest Grill.
The old driving instructions “Stop, look and listen” take on a whole new meaning in today’s “smart” world.
DeAnn Komanecky/Savannah Morning News Michael Holt, President of the Georgia chapter of the Intelligent Transportation Society, talks technology at the group’s annual meeting held this week in Savannah.
As we all know, banks match people who have money with people who want money. Banks provide all types of personal and commercial loans to individuals and businesses that meet their lending qualifications.
Tonya Reed cut her teeth in the plumbing business.
Tonya Reed, owner of Henry Plumbing Company, was named Woman of the Year by the Coastal Georgia National Association of Women in Construction last month. Reed, who first joined the organization seven years ago, currently serves as president and also received the award in 2014. (Katie Nussbaum/Savannah Morning News)
SYLVANIA — A veteran employee of Koyo Bearings is the face of local and statewide manufacturing.
Ben Cheeks of Georgia Techs Enterprise Innovation Institute presents Koyos Bobby Jones, center, with a Faces of Manufacturing Award. On the right is Dorie Bacon, executive director of the Screven County Development Authority. (Enoch Autry/For the Savannah Morning News)
Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines, and Paul Bowers, Chairman, President, and CEO of Georgia Power, have been selected as the newest Georgia Trustees. Bastian and Bowers will be inducted by Gov. Nathan Deal and the Georgia Historical Society.