The impact of COVID-19 has left programs like "Special Kicks" without the funding they typically get to support their students. They're now asking for your help to make sure current and future students and continue taking classes.
It’s still early on in the school year for many districts across our area and for parents and students who are shifting to a new model of education it can be a big adjustment. An adjustment that can take a toll on their mental health
Former Tybee Police Officer Joseph Toole went from running the DUI unit to driving the "Tap Truck." By bringing the drinks to the party he hopes it will help keep potential drunk drivers off the streets.
“It was a tremendous drop. Our back to school sales had an 80% drop this year,” said Cutting Cave owner Nikki Scott. Taking a big chunk out of their business which was already 50% lower than last year.
Georgia Republican members of Congress were given the opportunity to take part in an election roundtable discussion on Monday. Giving them the chance to hear from and ask questions to election administrators from across the country.
“It feels like we’re building a plane while we’re flying,” said ECSD Superintendent Dr. Yancy Ford about adapting to the challenges brought on by the pandemic. Now making changes to how they get information to families regarding potential COVID cases in the district
With the virtual start to the school year that means students won’t be getting on the school buses but you will still probably saw them out in your neighborhood. That's because they'll be delivering meals to students.
A battle is brewing in Effingham County after they released information regarding a proposed millage increase last week. But county officials say the information is a bit misleading and they're now working to clear it up at public hearings.
Despite increased social media activity organizations like SWAHT are down on volunteers & donations, “We definitely appreciate that a lot of people like to talk about human trafficking and voice their support but, actually getting behind it is the key,” says SWAHT Pres. Jose Gonzales