Thirty years ago this week, a group of people in Savannah decided to take on a massive task of doing what they could do to support the troops sent to the Middle East to free Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm.
National Lighthouse Day is Friday, which might not be a big deal in a lot of the country. But around the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry, it’s worth noting because we’re fortunate to have some notable beacons along our coast.
Savannah certainly has it’s share of history, but not all of it is in the Historic District. Just over ten miles southeast of downtown Savannah lies Bethesda Academy, which has a rich history of raising boys.
We are gradually trying to get back to opening things up, but many things are still safer by trying to do things online. That’s the case as we approach a historic day, as the Juneteenth will be a virtual celebration at the Jepson this year.
A lot of people might tell you that when you cross the Lazaretto Creek Bridge heading to Tybee Island, you step back to a different time. WTOC found one motel on the island that wants to make sure it stays that way.