"This is the biggest weekend of our year. For some it’s St. Patrick’s Day for us it’s the Super Bowl,” said Coach’s Corner Managing Partner John Henderson. He's one of many business owners hoping the big game will bring in big bucks.
Repetitive motion and wear and tear can put stress on our muscles and joints that eventually can lead to pain and dysfunction. You don’t need to live in pain. Coastal Empire Orthopedics Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Joseph Boaen and Dr. Jonathan Shults treat athletes, weekend warriors and hard-work
The holiday shopping season is now well under way and this week in Effingham County one organization is encouraging you to shop local. Not only to support local business but you might just walk away with thousands of dollars’ worth of prizes.
Thursday night Tybee Island City Council made decisions on two controversial ordinances regarding noise & alcohol. Both were voted down and will now be reshaped to better fit the issues they're addressing.
Farmers from across the Southeast had a keen eye on a big announcement Tuesday afternoon in Bulloch County. National environmental leaders gave them the green light to use one chemical that courts had tried to ban earlier this year.
You take well-functioning hands for granted, until they give you problems such as stiffness and pain. At Coastal Empire Orthopedics, board-certified orthopedist Dr. Jonathan Shults, Dr. Joseph Boaen, and thei team diagnose and treat a variety of hand conditions that result from dysfunction.
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.
“That will make it so much easier for the Port of Savannah to be able to expand, to offer new jobs, to create economic activity and expansion," U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao regarding policy changes to the National Environmental Policy Act.
“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.
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.
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.
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.
Places like Molly MacPherson’s Scottish Pub operate not only as a bar but as restaurant as well. Due to their restaurant status, they can be open. They say they’re adjusting follow social distancing guidelines from the government.
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.
Although they’re now open to the public, they’ve made some major changes they feel will keep everyone safe.“I think it’s safer to come here than going to the grocery store,” said Frames-n-Games General Manager Jay Patel.