Teal Pumpkin Project indicates allergen-free trick-or-treating

Residents and families can use the Teal Pumpkin Project to find out where safe locations for allergen-free treats are being handed out.

Public forum being held Monday to discuss large events on Tybee

Volunteers help build tiny homes for Savannah’s veterans

Vaden Nissan holds safety event for kids

Savannah Book Festival considering hosting children’s book festival event

Oatland Island hosting annual Halloween Hike despite tornado damage

Hinesville woman gets dying wish

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Red, White and Blues fundraiser to benefit families of fallen heroes

City of Savannah holding public city budget event

Chatham County EOA helping low-income senior citizens with heating bills

Thankful Thursday: Cochlear implant gives child back her hearing

Lots of Fall fun happening in the Coastal Empire this weekend

20th Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival underway in Richmond Hill

Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills happening Thursday worldwide

Millions of people worldwide will practice how to drop, cover, and hold on at 10:18 a.m. on Oct. 18 during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills.

Bass Pro Shops, Parker’s hosting hiring events Thursday

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, there are a couple of employment opportunities this week in the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry.

Bryan County EMS collecting donations for Hurricane Michael victims

Citizens can drop off donations this week in Bryan County for those impacted by Hurricane Michael.

Good News: Cancer care event

Memorial Health is marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October by giving back.

  City of Savannah holding series of town hall meetings asking for public’s input

Good News: WTOC chips in to largest AMBUCS fundraiser for differently abled individuals

Statesboro groups team up to help Hurricane Michael victims

Wayne County collects items for Hurricane Michael victims

Safe Shelter holds candlelight vigil for those affected by domestic violence

Annual Real Squeal and Music Festival to be held in Lyons

Savannah District U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers sending team to Albany

U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers send team from Savannah to Albany for storm assistance.

Suicide Prevention Workshop held at East Georgia State College

Dozens of firefighters and others learned a different type of lifesaving skills on Friday.

Job fair to be held in Bryan County on Tuesday, Oct. 16

The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with Spreetail and AGCO for a job recruitment event.

United Way of the Coastal Empire, Georgia Ports collecting supplies for Hurricane Michael victims

The United Way of the Coastal Empire is teaming up with the Georgia Ports Authority to collect supplies for those affected by Hurricane Michael.

Annual Junior League of Savannah Thrift Sale this weekend at new location

The 71st annual Junior League of Savannah Thrift Sale is happening this weekend, and this year it’s in a new location.

Savannah Greek Festival to begin Friday

The 68th annual Savannah Greek Festival will kick off Friday with new festival hours.

Former Effingham County sheriff passes away

Former Effingham County Sheriff Van Edward Findley passed away Wednesday morning.

Rincon names new police chief

The city of Rincon now has a new chief of police.

Rape Crisis Center of Coastal Empire names executive director

The Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire has a new executive director.

Statesboro Fire Dept. to host free first responders workshop

First responders face life or death challenges almost every day. Those can take an emotional and psychological toll.

Exchange Club of Savannah holds awards ceremony for local firefighters, EMS

The Exchange Club of Savannah presented awards to deserving local firefighters and EMS on Monday.

Savannah Fire educates public during Fire Prevention Week

This week is Fire Prevention Week and Savannah Fire wants to make sure citizens are educated on fire safety.

Savannah Weekend: Picnic in the Park

Forsyth Park will be jam packed on Sunday for an evening of music under the stars.

Abbie DeLoach to be honored in True Blue 5K Run

Georgia Southern Homecoming festivities will begin Saturday morning with the True Blue 5K Run.

New Bluffton police chief wants drug unit, revamped hiring process

Chief Chris Chapmond is in his second month on the job. He made a big move from Hot Springs, Arkansas to the South Carolina Lowcountry.

Bluffton Police announce new training class to survive active shooter

Bluffton's new police chief is offering a new class to residents that could prove to be a life saver.

37th Annual Turpentine Festival to be held this weekend in Portal

A piece of rural history will come alive this weekend in Bulloch County.

Savannah’s 35th annual Oktoberfest takes over River Street this weekend

The 35th annual Oktoberfest is happening this weekend in downtown Savannah.

City of Hinesville offering warrant amnesty program for 90 days

Hinesville Municipal Court is offering a warrant amnesty program for 90 days.

Meet & Greet held with Savannah PD’s new chief

Savannah residents got a chance to meet the city’s next police chief, Roy Minter.

Dancing with the Statesboro Stars to be held Thursday night

Volunteers will hit the stage Thursday night in Statesboro to kick up their heels and help a serious cause.

Good News: United Way helps Salvation Army

Everyone needs a little help sometimes, even organizations that focus only on helping the less fortunate.

Chance for the community to meet Savannah’s next police chief

The public is invited to meet the next chief of the Savannah Police Department.

Raffle tickets on sale to raise money for new Bloomingdale gym

It’s a project that is years in the making in Bloomingdale, and the city is trying to raise as much money as possible to make it happen.

First cabin on 7th Mile Farm being built to help at-risk youth in Bulloch Co.

A Bulloch County group that has been helping youngsters for years will soon have another way to brighten their lives. It’s coming together with help from several directions.

Road closures to be in effect for filming in downtown Savannah

Filming continues in downtown Savannah this week for the Disney movie that’s operating under working title, “Goodbye Stranger.”

Film lovers can judge NY-based film festival from Georgia

Film lovers don't have to travel to New York to help judge the Manhattan Short Film Festival

Memorial Health seeing lower ER wait times

Those with Memorial Health say the wait within their ER has hit an all-time low.

#GoPinkSavannah: October is breast cancer awareness month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

SCAD Announces Honorees for 21st Annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival

The Savannah College of Art and Design announced on Friday a star studded lineup of honorees for the 21st annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival.

Hilton Head lifeguard wins fan vote for favorite Big Brother houseguest

A Lowcountry lifeguard may not have taken home the grand prize Wednesday night on Big Brother, but he didn't go home empty handed.

Savannah Weekend: Monet to Matisse, Alzheimer’s Walk and Bartenders Challenge

If you’re an art lover there’s an exhibit opening this weekend you won’t want to miss.

Savannah Police moving some departments to new precinct

The Savannah Police Department is moving its open records and criminal history divisions to a new building. The departments will stop operations and move out of the building on Police Memorial Drive by 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s this Saturday at Ellis Square

The Alzheimer’s Association “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” is this Saturday at Ellis Square.

Savannah Jazz Festival underway this week

Get ready for the sweet sounds of jazz to hit Savannah.

United Way of the Coastal Empire giving out school supplies

Pallets full of school supplies were unloaded at Savannah-Chatham County Schools on Friday.

Start of CEMA’s Prepare-A-Thon Week

Chatham Emergency Management Agency is beginning its 2018 Prepare-A-Thon on Friday, Sept. 21.

5th annual Savannah T.E.A.L Walk on Saturday

The fifth annual Savannah T.E.A.L Walk for Ovarian Cancer will be held on Saturday, Sept. 22.

  Music, food trucks and beer! Plenty of things to do this Savannah Weekend

We’ve got a jam packed weekend ahead full of music, food trucks, golf and much more!

Parker’s wins convenience store award for kitchen service

Parker’s was recently awarded the 2018 Convenience Foodservice Leader of the Year Award at the Foodservice Exchange Conference in Dallas, TX.

GA lawmakers continue meetings aiming to develop rural communities

Georgia lawmakers gathered in Statesboro again Wednesday for the second round of meetings aimed at developing rural communities across the state.

Funeral services held for Ludowici chief killed in line of duty

Funeral services are just wrapping up for Frank McClelland, the police chief in Ludowici killed Saturday night in the line of duty.

Good News: Dancing with the Statesboro Stars sold out

Tickets went on sale Wednesday morning for one of Statesboro's biggest events of the year.

Cutter Martin announced as 2018 BigWig

It’s time to announce the 5th class of BigWigs in Savannah who will raise funds for community breast cancer services.

GA committee focusing on tech, health care growth in rural communities

Where you live in Georgia can say a lot about your access to health care, technology, and more.

LIST: A few delicious deals to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day

Here is a list of deals to help you observe National Cheeseburger Day.

SCCPSS seeking public input to improve new School Safety Taskforce

Throughout September, the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System is asking for your help on how improve student safety.

Draft of U.S. Constitution on display at GA research center

A few dozen people got a chance to see a piece of history up close and personal.

Liberty County students talk with astronaut on International Space Station

A select group of Liberty County students got to talk with an astronaut, all the way from space.

City of Savannah to host public event for budget feedback

If you feel the city of Savannah could do a better job balancing the budget, here’s your chance to weigh in.

Motorcade for Chief McClelland

The body of Chief Frank McClelland is being escorted back to Ludowici on Monday.

Second Harvest holds annual Pack-a-Thon ahead of Hurricane Florence

America's Second Harvest always has to be ready to serve the hungry in our community.

Donation drop-off locations to assist the Cajun Navy

The "Cajun Navy" is now in our area to respond to Hurricane Florence if needed, but they also need your help.

United Way Effingham rallies to raise money

The Effingham County team of United Way kicked off their fundraiser, "Sprint to the Finish Line" Wednesday at the Effingham College and Career Academy.

Good News: Team RWB flag relay

Local soldiers honored the flag that they have defended early on this Sept. 11 with a brief ceremony followed by a lengthy trip, a marathon-length relay while carrying the flag from Fort Screven on Tybee to Hunter Army Airfield.

LIST: Area 9/11 remembrance ceremonies

Tuesday marks 17 years since the deadly terrorist attacks that shook our nation.

Good News: T2T Foundation provides for Celiz family

Two thousand runners and one act of generosity made Savannah's 7th Annual Tunnel to Towers Run perhaps the best yet.

Bacon Fest, Tunnel to Towers 5K happening this weekend in Savannah

If you need something to do this weekend, how does a race through Savannah's beautiful squares or a festival featuring bacon sound?