“This is it. I told council when they appointed me they were going to have to beat me out the door because I plan to end my career here in Rincon,” said new Rincon Police Chief Jonathon Murrell after being approved my city council Monday.
Typically an area in Pooler for shopping and eating the new G&Co location is hoping to catch your eye & get you in the door. “(You will) Learn about our services, learn how you can volunteer, learn how you can donate, learn how someone can have a place to sleep because of you,” said Whitney Gilliard
Even though many landlords and utility companies offered a moratorium on payments, as more begins to reopen those moratoriums are ending and the bills are now due. Something Family Promise may be able to help you with.
The City of Pooler has now taken one step closer to fully reopening. Tuesday, resuming hearing cases at the Municipal Court. But as with most things right now you can expect some changes all aimed at keeping you safe.
“Ticket sales are awesome. We want to be able to stay afloat from that but if that means sacrificing someone else and their health then we’re not going to do it,” said Front Porch Improv co-owner Dolly Brennan about reopening their live venue next month.
Friday the Effingham County School District had to once again make the tough decision to postpone their plans for an in-person graduation and prom. That decision coming on the heels of Governor Kemp’s latest executive order.
Planning for Tuesday’s primary elections in Effingham County has been a long time in the making. “Months and months. As soon as we knew about the COVID situation we were planning,” said Effingham County Elections & Registration Director Olivia Morgan.
It’s been quite a long intermission for the Mars Theatre in downtown Springfield.The stage, the screen and the theatre itself empty for months. But starting Friday they'll once again be playing movies.
While many professional sports leagues still work to navigate what a return playing will look like. Some of our youngest athletes will be making their return to the diamond for baseball and softball in Effingham County next week.
“We’re trying to think of everyone, you know, and make sure we’ve covered all the basis to make sure that everybody, citizens, staff and animals are protected,” said Effingham County Animal Shelter Director Lorna Shelton.
After receiving a $350-thousand grant from EJF Philantropies in 2019 The City of Hardeeville has now used that money to offer career advancement and workforce training. A program they believe will set both it’s students and the city on a path to success.
Dentistry was one of many health fields that saw major cutbacks over the past few months due to COVID-19. Cutbacks that may have been especially tough for iHeart Dental in Rincon which hasn't even been open a full year, but they're proving up to the challenge.
Typically, Memorial Day Weekend would be especially busy for the airport. Travelers flying in to celebrate the unofficial start of summer here locally. But this year those numbers won’t be anywhere close to their typical mark, coming up short by thousands.
While some school districts opt for the virtual graduation or even a drive through approach Effingham County School District is trying to give their seniors all of the above. Including an in-person ceremony.
Saddle Bags is not only a bar but it also doubles as a live music venue.So, you’d think the Governor Kemp’s decision to keep them closed would be a big hit to their bottom line.However, as it turns out this extension actually something they were prepared for and seem to agree with.
Old Town Trolley Tours are back on the streets of downtown Savannah. But not without making some major changes due to COVID-19. “In all honesty we’ve taken safety to a whole new level,” said Savannah General Manager Garry Patrick.