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It’s Global Smurfs Day!

Bond referendum to appear on Beaufort County ballots in November

Part of S.B. Veterans Parkway closed following crash

Godley Station Dental in Pooler holding annual free day of dentistry event

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Father’s Day Photo Contest Rules

The Return of Measles

Spring Spruce Up

Savannah Challenger Ticket Giveaway Rules

Mother’s Day Photo Contest Rules

An Afternoon with Martha Stewart Giveaway Rules

  Hometown Hero: Heritage Classic Foundation awards college scholarships

The Heritage Classic Foundation awarded a total of 57 scholarships this year. The ones presented Wednesday were the 10 largest.

Valentine’s Day Giveaway Rules

The promotion begins at 12:00am on February 1st, 2019 and ends at 11:59 PM on February 13th, 2019 (“Promotion Period”). Entries must be received by 11:59 PM on February 13th, 2019.

Georgians ‘March for Life’ in D.C.

Nearly 200 Georgians spend a long day trying to ensure more Americans get a chance at life.

  Hometown Hero: Jane Grismer

On the Saturday before Sept. 11 every year, Savannah has a way to acknowledge the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Orleans Square.

  Top Teacher: John Gleissner, Bulloch County

Disney on Ice Promotion Rules

  Top Teacher: Kaidy English, Mattie Lively Elementary School

  Hometown Heroes make AED donations around Chatham County

Georgia National Fair Promotion Rules

Hometown Hero: Burton Fire Captain operates mission for African children

Top Teacher: Lisa Tuttle, Richmond Hill Elementary School

Third graders bring a lot of independence and enthusiasm to the classroom, so a teacher has to be up to the challenge.

  Hometown Hero: Taequan Mitchell

It was just another day at school for Taequan Mitchell, with one exception.

  Teen saves elderly resident from Alaska Street house fire

A 17-year-old Savannah High School student is a hero after he saved his next-door neighbor's life when a window-mounted air conditioner caught fire.

Don’t Be a Victim: Fake Goods

When purchasing something online, you may think you are getting the "real" deal. It turns out, that is often not the case.

Good News: Farmers' market returns

Representative Carl Gillard partnered with the Georgia Agriculture Department to bring farmers back to the Garden City Farmer's Market on Saturday.

Good News: Savannah Voice Festival, Garrison team for special performance

The Savannah Voice Festival once again reaching out to the community and into the imaginations of young art students.

Good News: LEO Club brightens Glennville

The playground at Glennville Head Start looks different than it did just last month.

  Hometown Hero: Emergent Structures

It's dirty work, but also noble work being done at the corner of MLK and Anderson in Savannah, where conservationists are preserving buildings by taking them down.

  Good News: Comcast donates laptops to schools

Comcast hosted "Digital Inclusion Day" in Savannah on Wednesday.

  Good News: Band of Brothers East side

Members of the Band of Brothers Eastside still have a place to go every week, to meet, eat and worship with Pastor Kenny Grant at Life Church in Ardsley Park.

  Good News: More supply giveaways held in Coastal Empire, Lowcountry

Giving back felt great this past weekend at more back-to-school events in the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry.

  Good News: Historic Savannah Foundation photo contest winners announced

What is your favorite building in Savannah? That's what the Historic Savannah Foundation asked as the theme of its July "Summer Photo Contest."

  Good News: Middle school students visit Gray's Reef to learn about research mission

Luck would have it that the Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary's research mission this year coincided with the start of a new school year.

Hometown Heroes: Two Savannah chefs headed to James Beard House in NYC

Two local chefs are getting the honor of a lifetime as they prepare to serve up a culinary feast at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City.

Good News: Summer Bonanza Program

The Summer Bonanza Program has been helping Savannah youngsters for 25 years.

  Good News: Savannah PD honors officers, civilians at award ceremony

The Savannah Police Department honored nearly 40 officers and civilians at its annual Meritorious Service Awards Ceremony and Luncheon at the Westin on Friday.

Fall Presents “Seasonal Allergies,” Too

It is common to associate seasonal allergies with Spring.  As the temperatures begin to warm, new plants bloom, and the world seems green again. That new growth often gets the blame for itchy eyes and "hay fever."  Other plants, however, have different growing seasons, and some that trigger allergies which flourish during alternate seasons.  Moreover, many common allergens aren't plant-based at all.

  Area Dairy Queen restaurants participating in Miracle Treat Day

More than 20 Dairy Queen restaurants across the Coastal Empire will celebrate Miracle Treat Day on Thursday, Aug. 2.

Andy’s Lawn Promotion Rules

This promotion is sponsored by WTOC, LLC Savannah Ga, 31405 and Spa Bleu ("Sponsor(s)"). The promotion begins at 12:00am on 6/6/18 and ends at 11:59 PM on 6/15/18 ("Promotion Period"). Entries must be received by 11:59 PM on 6/15/18.

  Good News: Speros wins region in 'Bytes for Bites' competition

Speros, a full-service technology company in Savannah, won its region in the Technology Association of Georgia's "Bytes for Bite" competition, a contest in which tech firms from around Georgia raised money for their local food bank.

  Hometown Hero: Savannah Arts student accepted to Juilliard in New York City

Jameson Burke has stood out on the stage in Savannah - a star of the Savannah Arts dance program and the school's theater productions.

Good News: New partnership to make ports more efficient

A corner was turned Tuesday at the Georgia Ports, and around it were partners to help make the operation smarter, smoother, and better.

  Good News: Back to school events

Depending on who you ask, going back to school might not be good news. But getting kids ready to go back to school always is.

  Good News: Urban Hope Summer Camp

The Urban Hope Summer Camp wrapped up Friday with its annual family picnic celebration.

  Good News: Little girl raises money for 'Fostering Bulloch'

Thursday, a Statesboro girl used her lemonade to help other kids get ready for school.

What to Expect at the First Pediatric Dental Visit

During your first visit, you will be introduced to our Pediatric Dental Team and given an office tour.

  Hometown Hero: Reverend Clementa Pinckney

Reverend Clementa Pinckney touched many lives in many ways across the entire state of South Carolina, but especially close to his hometown of Beaufort.

  Good News: Ronald McDonald House hosts Superhero party

Superman, Spiderman, and Captain America were among the celebrated guests at the Savannah Business Leaders' Summer Superhero Party at the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire.

  Don’t Be a Victim: Storm scammers

We are already almost two months into hurricane season and so far, we've been lucky, but we all know that could change in a hurry.

  Good News: Goodwill job fair

Roughly 200 jobs in the hospitality industry were available to be filled Tuesday at a job fair hosted by Goodwill.

  Good News: Super Sharks cheer program

The Savannah Sharks are well known as a competitive cheerleading team, but there's also the Super Sharks, who are a team of special needs children who also compete.

Good News: Congressional aide retires after 34 years

If you needed a passport, you called Trist DePriest. If you were a veteran with a problem, you called Trish DePriest. Federal Taxes? Trish.

Good News: 71st Annual Watermelon Cutting held on GSU's Armstrong campus

A slice of Statesboro came to Savannah Thursday, building the link between Georgia Southern and Armstrong.

  Hometown Hero: Tybee Prom organizers

One of Tybee's most popular events will continue as the Humane Society for Greater Savannah will take over operating the Tybee Prom.

  Good News: Celebrate Reading Day held at YMCAs in Coastal Empire

Young people exercised their minds at YMCAs all across the Coastal Empire on Wednesday.

  Good News: Students attending summer Cyber Camp

By 2021, it's projected that there will be 3.5 million unfiltered cybersecurity jobs worldwide.

  Don’t Be a Victim: Keep kids safe from gun injury

When it comes to protecting yourself and your loved ones, a gun can be a lifesaver.

Good News: 'Catch a Kidney' fundraising concert held for Savannah teacher

The power of music was on display this past weekend, and so was the power of friendship.

  All female military team leading the way at MEDDAC-Ft. Stewart

A change of command meant a change of direction Friday for Fort Stewart's Winn Army Community Hospital.

  Hometown Hero: Statesboro firefighters rescue 2 from burning building

Firefighters can face danger any day at work, but never more so than trying to save people from a burning building.

  Don’t Be a Victim: Tech support scams

Scammers are pulling out all the stops these days online to either try to steal your personal information or rip you off.

  Good News: Sea Camp

The Tybee Marine Science Center's Sea Camp turns the coastline into a classroom every summer, bringing long-term benefits to a day on the beach. ...

  Good News: Library summer reading program

Kids are getting their summer reading in at the Islands Library, but they're getting to do more than that, too.

  Good News: The Creative Coast holds volunteer day

Volunteers gathered Friday on Bull Street to help the nonprofit The Creative Coast improve their workspace.

  Bluffton fire department celebrates 40 year anniversary with community

The Bluffton Township Fire District celebrated their 40th anniversary on Saturday along with thousands of people from the area. Firefighters honored the district's 40 years of service with a family-friendly celebration. They gave kids tours of fire trucks, let them try on firefighter gear and set up a firehouse sprinkler for kids to play under.


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  Good News: Fundraiser for 7-year-old battling cancer

A meal-prep operation with a purpose was set up in the social hall of Pooler First Baptist Church.

How to Care For Your Skin During the Summer

Each year in the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry, doctors will treat an estimated 15,100 people for nonmelanoma skin cancer. Like many, you probably live in this sun-soaked area because of the outdoor lifestyle it affords. Don’t let yourself or a member of your family become one of these statistics. Here are the best ways to care for your skin during all times of the year and especially during summer months: Stay indoors or in the shade during the peak sun hours of 10...

  Good News: Panera Bread partnering with Make a Wish for "Summer of Wishes" campaign

Make a Wish and Panera Bread are partnering for the month of July.

Tips For a Frozen Air Conditioner

Hey, Savannah! Is your air conditioner frozen, freezing up, and not operating?  If your air conditioner is frozen, make sure you turn it off as soon as you can to prevent any further damage to any other components in your AC system. When an AC system is freezing up, this is a sign that there is a problem, so let's see what's happening, why this problem can occur, and what we can do to prevent it.

  Good News: Kids camp focuses on increasing coding skills

A summer camp for computer coding is being held this week in Savannah.

  Good News: Golfing for the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club

Members of the community and local news stations took a swing at helping boys and girls in our area.

  Good News: American Legion Post 135 holding silent auction

Members of Post 135 at the sound end of Forsyth Park have been raising money for a "warrior lift," and they're getting a lot of community support.

Rescue Me

Each Friday, Mid-Morning Live features pets that need a good home. Check this page for the pets that are featured on the show.

CrimeStoppers Most Wanted

Check here for Crimestoppers monthly Most Wanted.

  Good News: Sorority spends 'longest day' bringing awareness to Alzheimer's

The Gamma Sigma Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority spent their "longest day" by promoting awareness to the community about Alzheimer's.

What to Do If You See a Pet in a Parked Car

It takes only minutes to save a life Leaving pets locked in cars is never safe. But when the weather gets warmer, it can be deadly. High temperatures can cause irreparable organ damage and even death. Protecting animals from an unnecessary death is a problem we can all agree to prevent.

  Good News: Boys and Girls Club Boot Camp

Some youngsters in the Lowcountry are working this summer - and working out - not as punishment, but as preparation.