#GoPinkSavannah: October is breast cancer awareness month


  Beaufort flood plan to cost $6 million

The city of Beaufort has a plan to reduce flooding in one area, but it comes at a cost to neighbors. The city is in the process of borrowing $6 million to help reduce the flooding in the Mossy Oak area.

Consider This: A look at this week’s Good News

It’s been a week with lots of Good News stories, and we start Thursday’s with a sixth grader who is now a published book author.

Chatham County designated as U.S. Coast Guard Community

Chatham County is one of two communities in Georgia to hold the honor of being designated a U.S. Coast Guard community.

Georgia Southern University holding forum to discuss president search

A forum will be held at Georgia Southern University Thursday night to discuss the search for the university’s next president.

26th James R. Lientz award presented to St. Joseph’s/Candler worker

Jilda Brown is the 26th James R. Lientz Humanitarian Award winner.

Good News: Cool, Fall-like weather warms hearts of Coastal Empire residents

Did you reach for a sweater Thursday? It was a nice change, wasn’t it?

Downtown businesses working to fund Christmas decorations after city cutbacks

As we get closer to holiday decoration time in downtown Savannah, some are wondering where funding for those decorations will come from now that the City of Savannah has pulled tax dollars from those kinds of initiatives.

Thankful Thursday: Cochlear implant gives child back her hearing

On Thursdays, we feature stories of people whose lives have been helped through the United Way...people like Caroline Creech.