Archaeologists uncover artifacts at GDOT-sponsored dig
The site straddles what was once part of two 19th-century plantations and has lain fallow since it was farmed in the 1950s. The Abercorn Archaeology site has yielded pre-Civil War artifacts, old slave quarters and soil samples that have allowed Elliot and nine other archaeologists to interpret what life was like here centuries ago.
About running, life, and testing your mettle
In 2012, I swore off fast food and lost 30 pounds. I finished that half marathon. I was determined that I may do a good many things, but chickening out again would not be one of them.
Vacant lots to become vegetable gardens under new city program
'There's not much you can do with a piece of property once FEMA declares it a disaster site. You can't build on it. But you can grow on it.'
Controversial new book on autism compiles stories of healing & hope
'No one wanted to talk to us about it,' remembers Spencer. 'Everyone called us crazy.'
Play Street event happens April 28
'We'll have 400 people hopscotching all at once. We need 45 volunteers just to coordinate it.'
Zombie fashion show fights diabetes
'The truth is that diabetes will kill you, plain and simple. We believe horror is appropriate for the message we're trying to convey.'
Vandalism at White Bluff Elementary described as a 'war zone'
They used fire extinguishers and possibly a hammer to destroy thousands of dollars worth of computers, desks, chairs, books and bookshelves.
New grant helps local agencies reach further, serve more
Pastor Samuel Rodriguez is used to people knocking on the back door. The leader of Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana off Ogeechee Road always welcomes those in need of spiritual guidance.
Advocacy group helps Savannah come clean about human trafficking
While many got ready for St. Patrick's Day weekend by cooking up cabbage and picking out green jeans, one group had a different set of preparations. Members of Savannah Working Against Human Trafficking (SWAHT) gathered at Southside Baptist Church before Savannah's busiest tourist weekend of the year to wrap 12,000 bars of soap with an important phone number: The National Human Trafficking Hotline.
After years of official neglect, live music returns to the St. Patrick's party with a vengeance
Those of us who've been complaining about the dearth of live music on River Street over St. Patrick's Day weekend can just shut up, because this year, it's baaaack. If you're in town for the festive festivities, some of our city's best musicians are out and about all weekend, day and night, for your partying pleasure.