Emmaus House serves a daily Feast of Love to the homeless and hungry

Emmaus House serves a daily Feast of Love to the homeless and hungry

Emmaus House serves up helpings Monday-Friday to the homeless and hungry members of our community

A Brighter Day ahead

A conversation with the original founders and new owners of a Savannah institution
Now, after 41 years in business, the Brodheads announce they’re passing the reins of their beloved store over to Kristin Russell and Brad Baugh of the Sentient Bean

At home for the holidays with CASA

Currently, there are around 400 children in the foster care system. CASA’s team of volunteers serves 54 percent of those children and aims to reach 100% by 2021

Park Place: Transitional living program fills crucial service gap

Park Place Outreach has been providing a safe, secure, and loving temporary home for children who are homeless, runaway, or victims of abuse in Savannah since 1984

New city-led ‘Arts on Waters’ initiative set to kick off

Public art is having quite a moment right now, primarily in the Starland District, so this city-led initiative is a fantastic way to spread art to other parts of town

Deep Center takes on policy, looks to future

On Oct. 8, Deep released its first set of policy recommendations, focusing on the school-to-prison pipeline

Pride at 20

Savannah Pride celebrates two decades with blowout weekend, including first-ever Pride Parade
Over its tenure, Savannah Pride has grown into a major event for the community, bringing people from all over to enjoy the festivities

Georgia Southern under fire for diversity crisis

Book-burning controversy highlights racial split in student satisfaction, culture clash between Armstrong and Statesboro
ON OCT. 9, author Jennine Capó Crucet came to Georgia Southern’s Statesboro campus to read from her new book, "Make Your Home Among Strangers."  The award-winning novel, which Georgia Southern selected for its First Year Excellence reading, is a collection of essays about Crucet’s experience as a Hispanic woman in America.

GSBA vs. local schools on employee CBD policy

On Thursday, June 27, the GSBA sent out their monthly policy update, which focused on school employee tobacco use policies

The mural of the story

Starland Mural Project set to kick off this fall
Over the course of eight weeks, eight artists will create eight murals on the walls of the old Starland Dairy

‘Rock bottom is death’: One woman’s fight against the opioid epidemic

After losing her son to addiction, Lesli Messinger vows to keep up the struggle
WHEN Lesli Messinger first held her baby boy on February 26, 1981, she remembers thinking he had large hands. And Austin Nicholas grew into those hands, to be a fine man, standing 6 feet, 3 inches tall.


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