Savannah Traffick Jam addresses growing problem

Savannah Traffick Jam addresses growing problem

The fourth annual Savannah Traffick Jam is an all-day conference that invites experts in human trafficking to share their stories with the community



‘Alternative MLK Day’ Commemoration takes place this Friday

Which Way Savannah was founded by Pleasant as a way to have all stories in Savannah represented, not just that of the Confederacy and colonialism

City Notebook

Editor's Note: After The Gold Rush

2018 was the biggest year on record for commercial development in Savannah. In all, $547 million in new projects were permitted.

Editor's Note

Keep up the pressure to stop offshore drilling

'The tourism sector thrives because of our natural and largely undeveloped coast and barrier islands. People come here to explore truly vibrant natural landscapes'


Clean up and give back

Salacia Salts introduces program to benefit children in rural India
The Helping Hands Guest Bar Soap, which costs $6, comes packaged in recycled fabric swatches donated from local interior design companies


Bigger vehicles, bigger problems

Last Tuesday I heard the Trolley Problem mentioned by two different people in less than an hour

News Cycle

Editor's Note: Celebrate the environmental history of the Georgia coast

That history will be celebrated this Thursday in a remarkable event which launches a wonderful new anthology, Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture: Environmental Histories of the Georgia Coast; and celebrates the 106th birthday of Sandy West, the matriarch responsible for ensuring Ossabaw’s conservation.

Editor's Note

Whale Week: Watching, and waiting

Whale Week kicks off Wed., Jan. 23 with a Family and Friends Night at Juliette Low Elementary School
EACH YEAR, the North Atlantic right whale comes to Georgia’s coast to calve their newborns. It’s a tradition that’s unique to our coastline, and it’s also at risk of being lost.


Hard hits and slap shots: Hockey Classic celebrates 20 years

Two decades on, the Enmarket Savannah Hockey Classic continues to bring that old college spirit to the ice
The passion and rivalries of the fan bases do make for a spirited evening off the ice as well as on it

City Notebook

Editor's Note: Saving the Seaboard, and political news

The time to save the Seaboard Freight Station was quite some time ago, when citizen pressure could have been a real game-changer. We're now reduced to throwing a Hail Mary late in the game.

Editor's Note

MLK at 90

Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. across our area
Honor MLK's life and legacy with various events around our area


Environmentalism and the state legislature: A preview

A guide to what environmental legislation stands a good chance at surviving the upcoming 40-day Republican-dominated General Assembly and becoming law.


Editor's Note: Is 2019 the year Savannah makes a stand?

The Pink House fire also rekindled -- please pardon the terrible pun -- the controversy over City budget cuts to Savannah Fire and Emergency Services.

Editor's Note

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    A new start for rock DJ Ryan Koch signals a sea change in media
    FOR EIGHT years, Ryan Koch has been known as one of the most vocal supporters of local music in Savannah. As the host of Rock 106.1’s Underexposed and Night Shift with Ryan, the Detroit transplant and his wife, artist and SCAD MFA grad Brandy Kennedy Koch, could be found supporting local shows, helping out with Savannah Skatepark, hosting art shows, and engaging the Savannah they love so much.

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