Good News

  Good News: International Day of Peace

Woodville Thompksins High School celebrated International Day of Peace on Friday, a worldwide appeal for peace, acceptance and diversity.

  Good News: Chatham County first responders help with Florence relief efforts

One man’s vision became a community’s calling, and soon, a region’s relief.

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.

United Way of the Coastal Empire to assist in Florence relief

Hurricane Florence had a devastating impact on the Carolinas, and recovery is not going to be easy. If you are interested in helping, you can do so through the United Way of the Coastal Empire

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.

Good News: Pinpoint Seafood Festival

At this time of year, people rediscover Pinpoint, following their taste bud to the historic community on the Moon River.

Good News: 6-year-old wins check for college

A six-year-old Savannah boy was awarded $1,529 for his college savings.

Good News: Community helps cool Humane Society

There might have been a feeling at the Humane Society for Greater Savannah that they were asking for a lot until they saw how much people are willing to give.

Good News: Locals star in UGA, Tech wins

The 2018 College Football season started with excitement in Athens and Atlanta that was echoed all the way down here in Savannah.

Good News: Charity baseball in Effingham County

There were no errors at Josh Reddick Field in Effingham County Thursday night, but there sure were a lot of hits.

Good News: Students graduate from Chatham Apprentice Program

Helping people reach their potential of long-term, fulfilling employment, the Chatham Apprentice Program provides training, confidence, and direction for the unemployed and underemployed.

  Good News: Dogs visit Children’s Hospital

Willet Children's Hospital patients welcomed special guests, service dogs who actually were the special guests for the hospital's End of Summer Dog Days Party.