For 15 years, Tim Guidera told Savannah's stories to Savannah in the local paper, winning more than 100 state and national writing awards for his features, profiles, commentary and analysis.
In August 2007, he brought his storytelling style and identity in the community to WTOC as a feature reporter and online columnist. In that role, he will move beyond a sports background, in which he covered every sport at every level, including Super Bowls, World Series, college bowl games and four Olympics on three continents.
He will produce multi-part series and themed half-hour shows in addition to contributing to WTOC's news programs and co-hosting its sports specials.
A native of Staten Island, NY, Tim moved to Savannah "for six months,'' in 1992. Since then, he has become the worst kind of Yankee, the kind that doesn't leave and marries a Savannah girl.
He and his wife Anne have three children, twins Brian and Grace, and Isabella.
Tim's occasional free moments are spent pursuing passions for golf, cooking and more golf.
The Savannah Saint Patrick's Day Parade has always been a part of Craig Harney, as a Savannahian, as a storyteller, as the man who has steered WTOC's all-in, standard-setting coverage of the city's biggest event.
Music class at area elementary schools might not be like any music class you remember. But young students remember what they study with the Savannah Music Festival’s Music Explorers Program operating in many area schools.
There is hidden beauty at Greenbriar in a remarkable, 200-year-old oak tree in the back of its 15-acre campus. But the real beauty of the Children’s Center was plain to see Saturday in a celebration of 70 years of offering care, comfort and safety to children in Chatham County.
The folks at Emmaus House want everyone to know about the segment of the community that uses Savannah's soup kitchen, the mostly homeless individuals who get what often is their only hot meal of the day there.