Consider This: Tiger’s new green jacket

From time to time, we can bear witness to an event that transcends its normal significance. Sunday, just up the road in Augusta, was just one of those instances, as Tiger Woods, at the age of 43 won his fifth Green Jacket a full 22 years after winning his first.

  Consider This: Samantha Josephson

Consider this: when I was a kid we were taught at a very young age to never get into cars with strangers. Now we do this with ease and, at times, without regard. But that must change.

  Consider This: Van Johnson apology

It wasn’t until Friday and until the outrage reached a fever pitch and the story made national headlines, that Johnson decided to apologize. But did he really?

  Consider This: Mueller investigation complete

It’s over! After more than two years, 2,800 subpoenas, 500 search warrants, 500 witnesses, and more than $25 million of tax payer money, Robert Mueller’s investigation is done.

  Consider This: College Admission Scandal

Consider this: in an attempt to buy an education these parents taught their children a horrible lesson: money equals entitlement.

  Consider This: St. Patrick’s Day

Consider this: St. Patrick’s Day is now Savannah’s gift to the rest of the country and the world for that matter. It is a day that shines a light on all of the best we have to offer.

  Consider This: Keep Savannah Clean

This past weekend a large segment of the community joined him in that sentiment by standing beside him in an effort to Keep Savannah Clean.

  Consider This: Get Your Rear in Gear

On Saturday, hundreds of people will gather in front of the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion to get their rears in gear.

  Consider This: American Heart Month

You’re probably been seeing a lot of red this month. February is American Heart Month, a month set aside to raise awareness of heart disease and people are wearing red to keep it front of mind.

  Consider This: WTOC celebrates 65th Anniversary

On Valentine’s Day of 1954, the Knight family - Savannah’s preeminent radio station owner - decided to add pictures to the sound, creating WTOC TV - Savannah’s first television station.

  Consider This: Black History Month

As we enter the first full week of February, we once again begin the month set aside by our nation to focus on Black History and the events and cultural milestones that got us where we are today.

  Consider This: Howard Morrison

Last week our community lost one of its great leaders, though the word leader isn’t big enough to hold Howard Morrison, nor is there a word big enough to describe the impact he’s had on all of our lives.

  Consider This: Government Shutdown

In just a few days, the federal government shutdown, now the longest in the history of our country, will reach the one month mark, with no end in sight.

Consider This: WTOC is now a Gray station

At the start of every new year, our former General Sales Manager, Randy Peltier would change his route into work. He felt by driving a different way, it would change his perspective and give him a fresh start to each new year.

  Consider This: Don’t Drink and Drive

‘Tis the season… for over indulgence.

  Consider This: 'Tis the season to give

'Tis the season to be jolly and generous, particularly to those who have trouble keeping their cupboards full.

  Consider This: President George H.W. Bush

George Herbert Walker Bush, at the age of 94, was called home to join his beloved Barbara and his daughter Robin, who died at age three from leukemia.

Consider This: Broughton Street Tree Lighting

It may have a been a day late due to weather, and more than a few dollars short due to budget cuts by the City of Savannah, but, as the saying goes, the show must go on, and it did last Saturday as the City of Savannah lit up its Christmas Tree on the corner of Bull and Broughton Streets.

  Consider This: United Way exceeds fundraising goal

For the past three months, it's been my pleasure as well as my honor to serve as the 2018 Campaign Chair for the United Way.

  Consider This: Veterans Day

Veterans Day, as we now know it, started as Armistice Day to honor those who served in the great war. Later, in the early 1950s, the holiday was renamed to honor all veterans, hence the new name, Veterans Day.

  Consider This: Go Vote

There’s an old axiom that goes everyone complains about the weather, but no one does anything about it. It seems these days that the same can be said of our politics.

  Consider This: Interfaith Vigil

The diversity represented by both the speakers and the audience serves as a reminder to the uniqueness of our community and how we are able to support each other in our time of need.

  Consider This: 10/29/18

For the past couple of days, I've been searching for the right words to say following what was one of the most hate-filled violent weeks in recent history.

  Consider This: A look at this week’s good news

It’s been a week with lots of good news stories and we start with some folks who were taking care of business on the golf course this week.

  Consider This: Hurricane Michael did billions of dollars worth of damage to Georgia

It’s been nearly two weeks since Hurricane Michael decimated the Florida Panhandle before wreaking havoc along Southwest and Central Georgia.

  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.

  Consider This: Is the googly eye incident worthy of police investigation?

Since late last week, the city of Savannah as well as the Savannah Police Department have been on the lookout for whomever gave the city’s Nathanael Greene statue a new outlook.

  Consider This: Early detection is the best defense against breast cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and, while a month doesn’t seem long enough to focus on such a horrible disease that will affect nearly everyone watching this in one way or another, it is a start.

  Consider This: Hurricane Florence

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.

  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