Community mourns passing of Judge Tom A. Edenfield, Sr.

Fall Family Fun Night

City of Savannah kicks off United Way campaign

Thousands of plastic flamingos on Fripp Island for a good cause

Schedule of events for the 2019 Sunbelt Ag Expo

Fort Pulaski seeks public input on proposed fee for Lazaretto Creek area

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Early voting starts Monday in Ga., S.C.

  22nd annual Showdown in Savannah this weekend at Oglethorpe Speedway Park

  5th Annual Charity Clays Tournament held in Savannah

  ‘Dough night’ held at Donatos to raise money for Savannah AMBUCS

  City of Savannah’s Canal District Master Plan moves forward amid hurdles

14th annual Wag-O-Ween event

  Hurricane Michael one year later

It’s been one year since Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida, between Tyndall Air Force Base and Mexico Beach as category 5 hurricane.

  Good News: Together for seven decades

Love has no time limit. One Montgomery County couple continues to prove that after 75 years together.

  Multiple festivals happening this weekend in Savannah

The festivities will begin early this weekend when hundreds of pirates will take over Tybee Island.

2019 Bluffton Christmas Tree-lighting Ceremony and Parade

The 2019 Bluffton Christmas tree-lighting ceremony and parade will be held on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7.

Fire Safety Week demonstration to be held by Savannah Fire

3 pumpkin patches you can visit in the Savannah area

Boo Bash at St. Peter the Apostle School

SPD holding third annual Pumpkin Painting with Police

2019 Savannah Greek Festival kicks off Thursday

  Fans excited to see Glennville on the big screen as ‘Gemini Man’ hits theaters

Fall family fun on Halloween night in Ridgeland

The Town of Ridgeland is hosting the second ever Fall Family Fun Night on Halloween night.

Treats and a movie at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill

Enjoy a day filled with Halloween fun at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill.

Trunk or Treat at Richmond Hill Middle School

Richmond Hill Middle School is hosting the “Halloween on the Hill” event this year on Thursday, Oct. 24.

City of Savannah launches ‘Arts on Waters’ project

The City of Savannah wants to spruce up a section of Waters Avenue, so they’ve launched the “Arts on Waters” project.

Water shut down scheduled for area of Beaufort

The Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority is warning residents in the Beaufort area about a water shutdown this week.

Hilton Head Island named No. 1 Island in the U.S. for 3rd straight year

Hilton Head Island has been voted the No. 1 Island in the U.S. for the third consecutive year by Condé Nast Traveler.

Best Buy hosting hiring fairs for holiday workers

Hiring fairs will take place at all Best Buy stores on Oct. 10 and 11 from noon to 7 p.m. local time.

Voter registration deadline in Ga. is Monday

The deadline to register and be eligible to vote in the November General Election and Runoff Election is Monday, Oct. 7.

  Tybee Island holding candidates forum

Tybee Island is picking its next mayor this year and the candidates will speak at a forum next week.

  Helpful information for the 2019 Picnic in the Park event

The 2019 Picnic in the Park event is this Sunday, Oct. 6.

  Pumpkin patch brings fall spirit to Richmond Hill

The weather may be slow-moving for fall, but it is indeed here. The Richmond Hill Garden Club helped people get into the mood at the pumpkin patch on Saturday.

  Statesboro firefighters selling T-shirts to benefit local cancer funds

With firefighters more likely to get certain kinds of cancer, it makes this fundraiser for different cancer groups even more personal.

  Local fossil hunter unearths history from Tybee Island

From Megalodon teeth to pottery and old whiskey bottles, a local naturalist shows us there is plenty to unearth along the Georgia and South Carolina coastline.

  Dancing with the Statesboro Stars raises over $210k for a good cause

A big night in Statesboro for a very worthy cause.

Deals being offered Oct. 4 for National Taco Day reached out to the top restaurants and retailers nationwide to find all the best deals for National Taco Day on Friday, Oct. 4.

  Savannah community gathers for mayoral, at-large candidate forums

At least 200 people gathered to hear from the candidates. All questions were sent in by voters themselves - some of which surprised the audience.

  Public fishing area expanded in Evans County

Few things offer the peace and quiet of a good fishing spot. One place in Evans County can now offer anglers even more.

  Good News: Teepee ready for a long Braves playoff run

John Henderson's hair is ready for a Braves playoff run. So is the place he hopes to lay his head for the next four weeks.

  Yoga, charity walk and picnics in Forsyth Park this weekend

Get ready for a big weekend in Forsyth Park. We have a charity walk, yoga, and a picnic unlike any other.

  Richmond Hill voters to decide on tax options in November

Residents living in Richmond Hill will soon be able to decide if the city should adopt a tax allocation district.

Drones not allowed at Georgia National Fair

Other items not allowed are skate or hover boards.

What are Georgia National Fair organizers most excited for this year?

Staff who organize the fair every year are also excited for this year's attractions.

City of Savannah looking to fill infrastructure, development job openings

City leaders say they need to fill a number of positions in their infrastructure and development department.

  Savannah community center demolished, residents weigh in on new center design

A decades-old community center in disrepair on Savannah’s west side is no more. The City of Savannah had the Hudson Hill Community Center Demolished over the weekend, nearly a year after closing it because of structural issues.

  Community Champions: Matthew Reardon Early Learning Academy

There are a lot of lessons being taught at Savannah's newest preschool. But the overriding one at the Matthew Reardon Early Learning Academy is how to accept differences by ignoring them.

St. Joseph’s/Candler holding annual SmartWomen Luncheon & Expo in Savannah

The 17th annual SmartWomen Luncheon & Expo was held at the Savannah Convention Center on Wednesday.

SCAD releases line-up for 2019 film festival

The festival celebrates the work of both professional and new student filmmakers throughout an eight-day celebration, beginning October 26th.

Area National Night Out events happening Oct. 1

Several local law enforcement agencies will be hosting National Night Out events on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

#GoPinkSavannah: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  Car break-ins and home burglaries becoming problem in Effingham County

Rincon Police say warm weather and weekends are the peak times.

  ‘Keep Bulloch Beautiful’ needs volunteers for weekend event

Organizers of the annual ‘Cleaning up the Boro’ hope to see the usual hundreds of volunteers to not only pick up trash around the community, but also to spread a message.

WTOC takes home 3 Gabby Awards

WTOC took home some top awards over the weekend.

CAT holding public forums to discuss removal of Thunderbolt bus stops

Chatham Area Transit is hosting two public forums on Monday, Sept. 30 to discuss the upcoming removal of 12 bus stops in the Thunderbolt area.

  Old Bryan County elementary school being turned into senior apartment complex

Benny Clark and Howard Hodge have been living in Pembroke for years. Both have seen the old building go from Bryan County Elementary School, to a high school, and back again.

  Georgia Sandman uses skills to help restore historic hotel

Many of us have spent time on the beach building sandcastles, but one lawyer takes that a step further by using his side talent to preserve history.

  Savannah City Council approves funds for new fire station in the Highlands

Savannah City Council approved $3 million to build a brick and mortar fire station in the Savannah Highlands area.

  United Way, Publix team up to give school supplies to more than 30 area schools

Students and teachers in Chatham County will be getting some new supplies on Friday thanks to the United Way of the Coastal Empire and Publix Super Markets.

Annual Pro Rodeo kicks off Friday at Ottawa Farms in Bloomingdale

The 7th annual Bloomingdale Pro Rodeo at Ottawa Farms kicks off on Friday, and it’s always a lot of fun.

  Dancing with Savannah Stars event benefits CASA

The event raised money for Savannah-Chatham CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates.

  Nurse practitioner wins annual James R. Lientz Humanitarian award

St. Joseph’s/Candler held the 27th annual James R Lientz Humanitarian award ceremony on Thursday.

Fundraiser event this Sunday for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

A group of local business owners is hosting a family-friendly event called Hero Fest.

  Savannah City Council gives final approval on new arena exterior design

The clock was really ticking to do so because they just broke ground two weekends ago.

Determined Liberty Co. Animal Control employees rescue stubborn kitten stuck in storm drain

The determination of two Liberty County Animal Control employees saved the life of a frightened little kitten that was stuck in a storm sewer for at least a day.

Coastal Health District holding National Diabetes Prevention Program kickoff meeting

The Coastal Health District will host a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 26 to discuss the National Diabetes Prevention Program.

  Community Champions: West Broad Street YMCA

There are barriers in some neighborhoods to healthy eating, whether they are the cost of food or easy access to grocery stores.

  B-17 Memphis Belle ceremony held at the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum

A ceremony was held Wednesday by the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force for the crew of the famous B-17, Memphis Belle.

  Jasper County Sheriff’s Office teams up with PetSmart to bring Christmas toys to kids

The toy drive allows customers at PetSmart to buy a toy that will be donated to the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office as they check out.

  Hilton Head Island sees over 4% increase in visitor occupancy this tourism season

It’s no secret that Hilton Head Island is a favorite vacation spot for many across the country - so much so, that the island heavily relies on tourism to support its economy.

Dancing with Savannah Stars event to raise money for Savannah-Chatham CASA

Stars are taking to the stage Thursday night in Savannah.

City of Savannah to celebrate completion of new home on blight property

The city of Savannah is continuing its Savannah Shines initiative in the Edgemere-Sackville neighborhood.

  Juliette Gordon Low birthplace finalist in campaign to receive share of $2 million grant

The Savannah home where the founder of the Girl Scouts was born is one of 20 sites in the nation that is rich in women’s history, a designation given by Partners in Preservation.

Ring dropped down drain to be reunited with owner 27 years later

A man who stumbled upon a high school class ring is looking to find its rightful owner.

Teacher carries 10-year-old with spina bifida on field trip so she doesn’t have to miss out

Ryan and her class were going on a field trip to Falls of the Ohio, but the Falls aren’t wheelchair friendly.

National Voter Registration Day: Where you can get registered in Southeast Ga.

Tuesday, Sept. 24 is National Voter Registration Day and one organization will be hosting several local events to help people with the registration process.

WATCH: The 2019 Brooklet Peanut Festival parade

Enjoy the 2019 Brooklet Peanut Festival parade.

  Cleanup efforts continue at Evergreen Cemetery

Over the years, we’ve heard about Evergreen Cemetery from frustrated families and community members, and watched as volunteer groups came through trying to make a difference.

  Emergency evacuation trailer for animals named for Liberty Co. dog who changed GA law

A Liberty County dog was a victim without a voice and in 2006. She changed the laws in the state of Georgia by ending the gassing of animals as a means to euthanize domestic animals.

  Henry Winkler speaks at Bulloch County’s 13th annual Boys & Girls Club dinner

Local sponsors and supporters pack the room every year - not just for the interesting and inspiring speakers - but also to raise money and awareness for the club.