‘A Christmas Memory’ continues at Flannery home

‘A Christmas Memory’ continues at Flannery home

Strozier, a longtime English professor at Armstrong, sadly passed away in April. But the tradition he created lives on with a rechristening of the event as a memorial event

Words matter when reporting on bike safety issues

The language used by journalists shapes public response to their reporting and that shows up in the comments

Two sides of the Thanksgiving table

Celebrate Native American Indian Heritage Month with special event at Massie Heritage Center
History is often written by the victors, as the saying goes. It’s because of this that we recognize November as the month of Thanksgiving, where we feast with loved ones in remembrance of the first meeting between the English pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe.

Get to know Savannah’s quirky side

The book takes readers through the Coastal Empire, sharing some little-known facts that even the most seasoned Savannahian might not know

Shake your peacock feathers

Annual fundraiser for Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home also marks third decade of the foundation
This Friday, they’ll host their annual Peacock Party and 30th anniversary celebration at the Beach Institute

First City Pride Center: Savannah’s LGBT organizations merge

'What we’re doing isn’t enough and by uniting rather than siloing our efforts, we can accomplish more'

Reform Georgia, Open Savannah host National Day of Civic Hacking

Darby Cox of Reform Georgia is finding that people inside the system are affected by it in ways those outside the system can’t even fathom

Beyond the Bell hosts fun, informative event

The day consists of guest speakers, breakout sessions and separate workshops for parents and younger siblings

ELLA Foundation and Hospice Savannah announce partnership

The Forgotten Victims Support Group is an eight-week group beginning Aug. 22 designed for people affected by traumatic loss
THE ELLA FOUNDATION and Hospice Savannah have partnered for a new support group that uses the strengths of both organizations.

Medical marijuana in Georgia: A closer look

The state’s low THC oil registry still faces legal and bureaucratic hurdles
Low THC oil is highly regulated and you can’t purchase it in Georgia yet, but it’s coming

Demolished or saved?

Deciding the fate of the Civic Center and Johnny Mercer Theatre
Last week, the Savannah Morning News hosted a panel discussion of the future of the Civic Center. The lively discussion raised plenty of interesting points that we’ve presented for you here


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