No speeding on this racetrack – instead, you'll probably want to take your time while admiring these holiday lights on Hutchinson Island.
It's the annual "Festival of Lights," hosted by the Savannah Harbor Foundation, a nonprofit children's charity.
Folks can drive through and see more than 60 lighted displays. After that, families can enjoy some treats and check out animals. Visitors say it's quite a way to kick off the christmas holidays right here in our area.
The Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights will be open wednesdays through sundays through christmas from 6 pm to 10 pm. The cost is $20 per car or $5 per walk through.
Copyright 2012 WTOC. All rights reserved.
Churches, city leaders, and community members came together for a fun-filled fall festival on the second official day of the season.More >>
A resident at the intersection of 58th Street and Paulsen Avenue says he heard multiple gunshots, looked out his window, and saw police cars and another vehicle.More >>
T.E.A.L. (Tell Every Amazing Lady about Ovarian Cancer) held their annual walk on Saturday at Lake Mayer. The organization began nine years ago in Brooklyn, New York, but is now active all across the country.More >>
A little girl from Savannah is showing her support for victims who were ravaged by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with a charity drive giving back to children just like herself.More >>
Officers from the Bluffton Police Department's Special Investigations Unit and Strategic Response Team recovered illegal drugs and guns after executing a search warrant on Friday night at a Bluffton residence.More >>