Tybee Island Police Officer tests positive for coronavirus

The City of Tybee Island confirmed on Saturday that a Tybee police officer tested positive for coronavirus.

  16.8M Americans out of work; Easter celebrations move online

Governments warned that the hard-won gains against the scourge must not be jeopardized by relaxing social distancing over the holiday weekend.
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  Bernie Sanders drops 2020 bid, leaving Biden as likely nominee

Sen. Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign after disappointing primary results, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden as the likely Democratic nominee.

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  Easter Mass to be streamed; replayed on WTOC

  Historic level of unemployment claims in S.C.

Savannah reserve officer tests positive for coronavirus; 13 others self-quarantining

  Savannah leaders discuss hazard pay plan for city employees

  Limited access to testing in rural communities

Only four counties in Georgia have no reported COVID-19 cases, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health.
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  Record 16.8 million have sought US jobless aid since coronavirus

The figures collectively constitute the largest and fastest string of job losses in records dating to 1948.

  YMCA using little pantry to address big issue

  Properly using personal protective equipment

  What questions are asked after a person has tested positive for COVID-19?

Savannah Police seek man wanted for questioning

Relief for restaurant employees in Beaufort Co.

Georgia primary pushed back again due to coronavirus pandemic

S.C. reports 85K new unemployment claims in last week

Lawsuit: Georgia mail-in ballot postage is unconstitutional

  • Coronavirus

83 residents at Calif. nursing home hit by coronavirus evacuated after staff fails to show for work

After staff at the 90-bed facility didn’t show up for work two days in a row, the patients had to be moved to other healthcare locations in the county.

SPORTS

Lunsford “staying positive;” gives update on Eagles

Carolina Panthers buy land for new practice facility in SC

Property records show the Carolina Panthers have spent more than $16 million to buy the land for its new practice facility in South Carolina.

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  Savannah city council continues to conduct business remotely

Midway man displaced by fire

  Local small businesses trying to get loans to stay afloat during COVID-19 pandemic

South Carolina health officials announce 139 more cases of COVID-19, and 12 additional deaths

Hazlehurst man charged with arson for April 4 camper fire

A Hazlehurst, Ga. man has been arrested and charged with arson.
  • Coronavirus

  Countries start thinking about easing up on restrictions

Even as coronavirus deaths continue to mount across Europe, New York and other hot spots, the U.S. and other governments are slowly beginning to envision an exit strategy.

Over 10,100 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ga.

Savannah Police investigating Emerald Dr. homicide

  CAT to reduce services due to COVID-19 pandemic

Construction crews to shift lanes on 144 in Richmond Hill for road work