Editorial

  Consider This: Good News 9/20/18

It’s been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a 6-year-old Savannah boy who’s getting an early start on saving for college.

  Consider This: Nike ad

Nike just did it. Last week, the giant shoemaker seemingly stepped in it when it released its newest ad campaign featuring the petulant poster boy Colin Kaepernick.

Consider This: Sen. John McCain

These days the definition of a hero can get a bit fuzzy. We all look to different avenues in life to find someone to emulate or to place on a pedestal, but make no mistake on this, over the weekend we lost a true American hero.

Consider This: Good News 8/23/18

It's been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a military hero who has cycled full circle.

Consider This: Aretha Franklin

Last week, the world lost royalty of the highest order.

Consider This: Georgia Southern, Armstrong merger

After nearly two years of angst, aggravation, and, at times, a bit of confusion, Georgia Southern and Armstrong are now one fully merged mega school.

Consider This: Hurricane preparedness

Here we are, about to embark upon the second week of August and the third month of the 2018 hurricane season.

Consider This: New president for SCCPSS

This week is back to school for thousands of children across many of our school districts, including our largest, the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.

Consider This: Good News 7/26/18

It's been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a superhero party.

Editorial 3/3/14

Honey, I Shrunk The Military!

Editorial Salute - 3/13/14

Mike Manhatton Passing

Editorial - 3/10/14

In Stark Contrast

Editorial - 2/24/14

Caring And Sharing

Editorial - 2/10/14

Unintended Consequences…. Perhaps

Consider This: Ft. Stewart's Winn Army Hospital change of command

It's been a week with lots of Good News stories, and we start Thursday's editorial with young people who exercised their minds at YMCAs across the Coastal Empire this week.

Consider This: Miraculous Thailand cave rescue

These days, words like hero and miracle are dispensed with the ease of pulling a piece of candy out of a Pez dispenser.

Consider This: Summer opportunities for kids

It's been a week with lots of Good News stories, and we start Thursday's Consider This with an influx of Girl Scouts into the Hostess City.

Editorial Salute - 02/27/14

Army Staff Sergeant Walter Ehlers

Editorial - 3/17/14

Goofy  (Not The Cartoon … Reality)

Editorial Salute - 2/20/14

Spc. Amanda Yazzie & CRTC's Sentry Savannah 14

Consider This: Too much political divide

As the father of a nine-year-old, I am well versed in the art of compromise.

  Consider This: Good News 7-5-18

It's been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a happy holiday reunion for many Fort Stewart families.

Editorial Salute - 03/06/14

The Boy and the Soldier

Consider This: Welcome Chief Minter

Last week, the city of Savannah announced Roy Minter as our city's new police chief.

Consider This: Gray Television buys Raycom Media

Earlier this week, it was announced the WTOC's parent company, Raycom Media, has agreed to sell all its television stations and productions holdings to Gray Television - an Atlanta-based media company.

Consider This: City Manager Rob Hernandez

It's been a rough couple of weeks beneath the City of Savannah's Gold Dome on Bay Street.

Consider This: National Beta Club Convention

It's been a week with lots of good news stories, and we start with the largest convention ever hosted by the City of Savannah.

Consider This: Cutting down the fire fee

After months of overwhelming protests against the City of Savannah's Fire Fee seemingly falling on deaf ears, late last week, Mayor Eddie DeLoach finally admitted that the city listening, and he's now asking for City Council to vote on cutting the fire fee in half.

Consider This: Remembering Officer Anthony Christie

Saturday, our community came together to remember a hero who gave his life while protecting ours.

Consider This: Memorial Day

It seems the summer season is upon us once again. Most consider the Memorial Day holiday the unofficial start of the season, though the current heat and humidity we're experiencing also have a considerable say in the matter.

Consider This: Ricky Boyd case closed

To paraphrase Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, at times it is very hard to define justice, but I know it when I see it.

  Consider This: Rape kit backlog in Georgia

For the past few years, WTOC has been investigating the backlog of rape kits waiting to be tested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Consider This: Parker's donates $22K to SCCPSS

It's been a week with lots of good news stories. We start with a big donation to the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.

Consider This: Time to cast your vote

By the end of this week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markel will be husband and wife. The Royal Wedding seems to have captured the minds and attention of millions upon millions of Americans from sea to shining sea.

Consider This: Adaptive Golf Clinic

It's been a week with lots of good news stories, and we start Thursday with a sports lesson that's really a lesson in life.

Consider This: Gov. Deal declares GA hands-free driving state

Last week, surrounded by the families of the five Georgia Southern nursing students killed in an accident three years ago, largely blamed on a distracted truck driver, Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill making Georgia only the sixteenth hands-free driving state in our country.

Consider This: Recognizing first responders from tragic plane crash

Before we get to this week's Good News, I would like to take a moment to recognize all the first responders from Wednesday's C-130 plane crash.

Consider This: Good News 4-26-18

It's been a week with lots of Good News stories, and we start with a celebration of some of our area's most dedicated volunteers.

Consider This: Good News 4-19-18

It's been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a working lunch with some real impact.

Consider This: Good News 4-5-18

It's been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with a Golden Anniversary for one of the best-known names in our local auto industry.

Consider This: Clarifying Savannah's Historic District standing

Last week as I asked you to consider the threat to Savannah's Historic District Landmark distinction.  I mentioned that if you live by the sword, you die by the sword. Well, this week I'm here to fall on my sword.