During Monday’s Savannah City Council teleconference update on the response to COVID-19 in the city Mayor Van Johnson listed off a number of concerns.One of the biggest issues he sees is with under-reporting of confirmed cases which he fears is leading people not to take the outbreak seriously.
Recently a drug known as Plaquenil has been making headlines as being a possible treatment for COIVD-19.However, that hasn’t been proven and due to the influx of people now trying to get it, it’s now impacting those who truly need it on a daily basis.
Live Oak Public Libraries just one of many organizations shutting their doors amidst the spread of the coronavirus.But, even though you can’t go inside the library right now, you can still bring library resources inside your home.
“No, we are frustrated without a doubt," said Molly MacPherson’s Owner Daniel Cloutier, "we’re trying not to show the frustration, I’m trying not to freak out. You know, we’re trying to do our very best and maintain the status quo and keep on moving.”
Thursday, Bloomingdale City Council made a decision on the controversial rezoning of nearly 600 acres of Ottawa Farms. The council stood locked at three for and three against, leaving the Mayor Ben Rozier to cast the deciding vote.A vote he made in favor of the rezoning.
Driving a truck may not be something many consider for a career.But a course at Savannah Tech’s Effingham Campus offers hands on training, gets drivers on the road and into new jobs in just five weeks.Proving that a career in trucking could be the fast lane to success.
Friday is Arbor Day.A day set aside to celebrate the importance of trees.To mark the occasion Friday morning some students in Chatham County got their hands dirty to learn about the crucial role trees play in our environment.
Another development has now popped up in Pooler.Work on the project, located off of Towne Center Drive, just recently got underway.“We want a piece of it. It is a growing developing area,” said part owner of the property Tony Yang.
Tuesday the United Way of the Coastal Empire pulled their mobile food pantry into Effingham County.Despite the wet weather hundreds still lined up to take advantage of the free food.Highlighting a true need that can only be met with your support.