COVID-19 in calligraphy

COVID-19 in calligraphy

An explainer from a noted local illustrator and naturalist
The COVID-19 virus is spreading rapidly throughout the world. As this issue goes to press, Georgia has had 229 deaths from the virus, and the U.S. over 10,000 deaths.



Quarantine Chronicles: Josh Stewart

'This isn’t a magic particle that’s floating in the air to me. I understand what it is'


Quarantine Chronicles: Ginger Johnson

'Protect yourself, be aware of the space around you, and be kind'


‘Rebalancing’ streets for the new reality

With motor vehicle traffic down some 40 percent nationwide, many cities are opening traffic lanes and even entire streets to people as a means to relieve pressure on increasingly crowded sidewalks, trails, and parks

News Cycle

A local economy in serious flux

Georgia Southern’s Economic Monitor examines Savannah metro outlook
The Georgia Southern Economic Monitor reported a strong finish to 2019 but predicting a big slowdown in the first half of 2020

City Notebook

Editor's Note: A governor who cannot govern

Even the most rock-ribbed conservatives all over the Savannah area were calling the Republican governor a 'moron,' an 'idiot,' and things we can't print here.

Editor's Note

Quarantine Chronicles: Rubi McGrory

Former personal chef for the late Tenenbaums discusses her life and struggles in the time of coronavirus
'You know what? I think I’m so lucky.'


Quarantine Chronicles: Lana 'DiCo' DiCostanzo

"For businesses that are still able to remain open, being a hub of resources at this time is probably the most beneficial."


Savannah’s J-1 visa holders face uncertain future after pandemic precautions

'These kids are paying $5,000 after the conversion rate to participate in this program. If they're to return home, they cannot come back for several months and have to refile.'

City Notebook

Community Page

Chatham County to institute quarantine requirements for anyone entering by air, bus, train, or ship A State of Emergency has existed in Chatham County since March 22, but today Chatham County Commission Chairman Al Scott announced new measures intended to keep the COVID-19 virus from entering the county and spreading.


For the disabled community, COVID-19 presents unique challenges

United Cerebral Palsy faces obstacles but soldiers on
Nakaieta Spencer, a Senior Home Manager in Savannah, says that the day-to-day challenges presented by COVID-19 have to do mainly with the lack of social interaction that is instrumental to the lives of the people who live in the homes


20/20 vision for the 2020 election

There have been several changes to this year’s voting process in Georgia


Editor's Note: Passing and failing the tests of leadership

Tybee's rogue St. Patrick's parade -- done in open defiance of the cancelation order -- is certain to be mentioned the next time Orange Crush comes to Tybee, when locals try once again to shut down that celebration.

Editor's Note


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