On one hand, it's ridiculous to complain about a $12 ticket when people are getting gunned down all over town.
On the other hand, giving out silly parking tickets amidst so much gunplay does make you wonder about the City's priorities.
The results of the Programme for International Student Assessment were released last week, and compared to their international compatriots, American kids are a bunch of wall-eyed mouthbreathers who can't do math.
The BYOB project rallies restaurants to reduce waste
Molly McPherson's bartender and Tybee surfer girl Ashley Workman has launched the BYOB Project, an awareness campaign to encourage patrons of Savannah restaurants to "bring your own bag."
City brings conservation to the classroom and beyond
"We can't separate our local water issues from our global water issues," implores Margosia Jadkowski, Environmental Services Planner for the City of Savannah. "You don't have to go very far from home to see water shortages."
Lipstick and a driver's license do not make a sound like that. A clonk of that particular heft is reserved only for a flat rectangular object of a certain weight.
Shoppers have the option of staying home. Retail employees really don't, and everyone knows this who has even a passing familiarity with what life is like for America's working poor.
A Savannah man reattempted a burglary where he had failed the day before, but was foiled again. Justin Edward Boykin, 27, was arrested by Islands Precinct officers after a neighbor talking to Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police via cell phone tracked him from a residence.
Even without students, numbers impress
The percentage of commuters who get to work by bike in Savannah is 1.3 percent. That may not seem high, but it is more than double the national average. Atlanta's, by comparison, is at .6 percent.
In a nutshell, CAT's proposal involves two parallel north/south lines, one on MLK and one on Fahm Street, in the same exact sector of the northwest quadrant, bounded by Gwinnett to the south.
Weekly gatherings inspire thankfulness
After observing the custom of giving daily thanks throughout November via Facebook, she wanted to create an opportunity to be thankful in person as well as cultivate appreciation of some of the city's most glorious spaces.
Murals, yarnbombs and the power of public art
While its agenda can be political, fanciful or baffling, its first purpose is always to issue the primal call of "I am here! And you are, too!"
Big payout for Riverkeeper, new EPD permit for King America Finishing
Last week’s announcement ends what has been a contentious struggle between ORK’s environmental advocates and those representing KAF’s Screven County-based facility.
Up close and personal with actor Chris Blair
A fictional transgender German rock star might sound like an unlikely obsession for a straight (but not narrow!) married lady with a mortgage, but I'm definitely not the only Hedhead.