Preventing the death spiral: CAT looks to the future

Preventing the death spiral: CAT looks to the future

Chatham Area Transit looks for community input on models to keep the system viable
CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT officials last week unveiled two radically different concepts for the bus system’s future. It’s part of the agency’s attempt to stem years of declining ridership and prevent a death spiral of funding.

National Library Week is here!

José Lucio brings fun-filled program to area libraries
From April 7 through 13, we celebrate our libraries and the services they provide our communities

Moon River at 20

Savannah’s first brewpub marks two decades of beer, fellowship, and community building
SAVANNAH mainstay Moon River celebrates twenty years on April 10. Since 1999, John Pinkerton and Gene Beeco have been brewing some of Savannah’s favorite beers and serving great food in their brewpub.

Taking back the night

Two events for sexual violence awareness take place this week
Take Back the Night was created to help women feel safer in their environments

Soup it up for Loop It Up: Connecting the dots

'Quite frankly, Molly is on fire. Her heart and soul are so big and her hands are so capable'

Marching to Flannery’s beat

Seventh annual parade and street fair goes down Sunday
Now in its seventh year, the Flannery O’Connor Birthday Parade and Street is a beloved Savannah tradition full of community love and support

Celebrate women all month with the League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia

As president Cuffy Sullivan explains, the LWVCGA jumped on opportunities to collaborate with other organizations and their existing programming, creating a strong support system

Annual Autism Conference expands efforts

Temple Grandin is guest speaker at enhanced event
'We sort of geared the conference towards the audiences we’re looking to address: families and caregivers and educators'

Disrupting racism

‘Moveable Feast’ lecture at Beach Institute features experts
The setup of the discussion plays to each speaker’s strength

Savannah Black Heritage Festival hits milestone

Thirty years of excellence and celebration
THIS year marks the 30th anniversary of the Savannah Black Heritage Festival. The festival was a brainchild of Westley Wallace Law, a civil rights activist and president of the Savannah chapter of the NAACP, and his legacy will be honored through this year’s festivities.


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