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.
If these walls could talk they'd have some 'splaining to do
Instead of standing around complaining that there's only one seat and two people, we find a solution. We are Savannahians, and we make it work.
Neighborhood streets are where the rubber meets the road for cyclists who use bicycles for transportation and recreation, which is why these policies are vital at the municipal level. Savannah and Chatham County do not have Complete Streets policies.
'The confrontation between the two brothers escalated to the point that Emmanuel Graham was injured and William Graham was stabbed by his brother.'
When you've got both time and money on your side, you tend to get what you want regardless. And what capitalism wants is less competition and lower labor cost. Always.
It was with some trepidation that I approached The Southern C Summit, a resplendent gathering of Southern tastemakers, bloggers and brandmakers held at Jekyll Island last week.
The face of climate science is rapidly changing, and unfortunately almost all the numbers get worse, not better.
Georgia DNR reports that 20 right whale calves were born this year. These new births will contribute to the recovery of the species, assuming these newborns live long enough to reproduce.
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.
Rushing tried to escape by 'paddling away in a plastic canoe using only his hands about 4:15 p.m.'
The case is one in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation exposed a human trafficking ring operating in Georgia and other states.
Thanks to its gleeful fracking of America's last unspoiled resources, the natural gas industry has plenty of extra product on its hands.
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.'