The Oglethorpe Plan: The threats, the reality, and what’s in between

The Oglethorpe Plan: The threats, the reality, and what’s in between

The NPS uses the word “threatened” in a very particular way, and it has not even been applied yet.

An Urbanist View

 

Editor's Note: Fire Fee blaze threatens incumbents

Mayor DeLoach's success in 2015 was largely due to very high turnout in District 4, the area south of Victory Drive including Ardsley Park, which also elected Julian Miller as its representative in a blowout. DeLoach and Miller are arguably the Council members most supportive of the Fire Fee. And who are some of the voters now most upset by the Fire Fee? You guessed it.

Editor's Note

History is behind effort to hide the Boyd video

Ms. Smiley says she has already been shown body camera footage in which she saw no BB gun in Ricky’s possession as police allegedly report.

Free Speech

Editor's Note: The most important election of all

School Board President is where the rubber meets the road in the area everyone says is the most important area of all: the future of our children.

Editor's Note

They Might Be Friendly Giants

‘Grow with Google’ event interfaces with local entrepreneurs and small businesses
LAST WEEK was recognized as "National Small Business Week" by The U.S. Small Business Administration. "More than half of all Americans either work for or own a small business," said SBA Administrator Linda McMahon in a recent letter on the administration’s website.

City Notebook

School Board President Candidate: David Lerch

‘We’ve set up an elitist system’
DAVID LERCH has been a Savannah-Chatham School Board member already, representing District 4 from 2001-2005. Over five decades as an educator and consultant, one of his specialties is in desegregation.

Politics

Explore the possibilities: Local TEDx conference set for Friday

This year’s roster of speakers ranges from entrepreneurs to authors to rocket scientists and follows the theme of “Legacy by Design."

Community

School Board President Candidate: Joe Buck

‘My primary purpose would be to work well with the superintendent’
JOE BUCK is making a bid for the office he’s already held, from 2007-2014. “I would have kept on except for term limits,” Buck frankly admits.

Politics

Closing streets to open them

Closing streets to automobile traffic and making them 'Open Streets' for people is a tactic used all over the world to encourage residents and visitors to go outside, participate in events, or simply enjoy public space.

News Cycle

Summer picks up STEAM

Second annual STEAM Fest set for this Saturday
SCHOOL IS winding down and summer is just around the corner.

City Notebook

School Board President Candidate: Betty Morgan

'All our students have needs'
CANDIDATE Betty Morgan certainly knows her campaign’s main talking point.

Education

Editor's Note: ‘Is there anyone who will say yes?’

At a time when mistrust of police both locally and nationally is at a high, they seem determined to do the one thing guaranteed to inflame more mistrust, all in the name of not inflaming the public.

Editor's Note

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    Radical radio

    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.

    Music Features

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