Last week, I was fully prepared to stand before you and question the quick triggers from both South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System board as Hurricane Florence was bearing down on the Atlantic Seaboard.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.