Ga. DPH reports 4,000+ cases on Wednesday

The Georgia Department of Public Health reported 4,094 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

  Top Democrats swing behind bipartisan coronavirus aid bill

President-elect Joe Biden is calling upon lawmakers to pass a relief bill now, with more aid to come next year.
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Man leaves $3K tip for a beer as restaurant closes for virus

The mega tip was paid on a tab for a single $7 beer.

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3 charged in double shooting on Largo Drive in Savannah

Health officials urge those who traveled over Thanksgiving to get tested for COVID-19

Ice skating canceled this year at the Savannah Civic Center

Savannah man pleads guilty to Code Enforcement arson

  Local doctors say masks are a must

With additional enforcement coming on Savannah’s mask mandate, we wanted to let some doctors weigh in.
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  Britain OKs Pfizer vaccine and will begin shots within days

In giving the go-ahead for emergency use of the vaccine developed by American drugmaker Pfizer and Germany’s BioNTech, Britain vaulted past the United States by at least a week.

Ga. program could help with energy bills

  Chatham Co. election officials expecting to meet recount deadline

  Statesboro City Council discussing COVID-19 funds

  Local non-profits counting on generosity of “Giving Tuesday”

  Richmond Hill City Council to discuss SPLOST funding for Boles Park

Statesboro to regulate food truck vendors

  Savannah mayor doubles down on promise to enforce mask mandate

Ga. DPH reports 2,800+ cases on Tuesday

  • National

Trump teases 2024 run at White House Christmas party

Trump has been challenging his defeat in November's election despite his own attorney general acknowledging there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.

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GHSA second round playoff matchups set

DeBesse out as Georgia Southern offensive coordinator

Saturday’s high school football playoff scores

Eagles open Burg era with a victory

Brian Burg's coaching debut is a successful one, as Georgia Southern opened the 2020-21 season with a victory.

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Savannah location of World Market to close

Zunzi’s moving to new location

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Savannah Friday

Second Harvest holding drive-thru food distribution event for Giving Tuesday

Kemp: COVID-19 vaccinations to start within weeks in Georgia

Georgia’s governor says he expects health care workers in Georgia will begin being vaccinated against COVID-19 in the second or third week of December.
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Woman creates hug tunnel at Colo. senior living community

It’s an effort to give residents at retirement homes and senior living communities something that the pandemic took away.

  Family Connections’ Angel Tree program back for another year

  Tourism Leadership Council talks about mask usage in Downtown Savannah

  SCAD purchases former low-income housing high rise

Kemp extends state’s public health emergency into new year