Two Chatham County Republicans are bracing for the next leg of their race to fill the seat being vacated by Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Savannah).
Savannah surgeon Dr. Bob Johnson will face off against Pooler pharmacist and State Senator Buddy Carter in the July 22 runoff for the First Congressional District seat.
Johnson believes the period between the primary and runoff, Georgia's longest ever at more than two months, will give him the advantage.
"I've gone from zero to 60 miles an hour in the past year," Johnson said. "He's been running for Congress for 10 years, so this really favors me. I can get my message out. People can know who I am."
Carter said he's got his "second wind."
"We've been doing this now for over a year," he said. "We know what we've gotta do. We've gotta get our message out there."
Savannah's homeless weren't visible while Irma was approaching. But that doesn't mean the situation went away.
A new and needed tool for the Humane Society for Greater Savannah. Today, a ribbon cutting for the organization's transport van.
This year's Coastal Empire fair will be held at its usual location on Meding Street.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control confirming eleven human cases of West Nile virus in South Carolina.
Earlier this month, Chatham County Commission voted to adopt budget recommendations to fund a stand-alone county police department.