The Second African Baptist Church holds several pivotal points in not only Savannah’s history but in the history of America. Our Brian Byers had a chance to visit and learn more about Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to the church.
People across the country will pause to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his life and legacy on Monday. Though celebrations will look a lot different this year because of COVID-19, many organizations say they still had to find a way to celebrate.
A lot of children in the Coastal Empire will have a new winter coat just in time for the coldest weekend of the season so far thanks to the Canady’s Coats for Kids coat drive that WTOC viewers supported.
We are three months away from the tax filing deadline. The IRS delayed it last year, due to the pandemic, but WTOC spoke to Georgia’s state revenue commissioner who does not see that happening this tax season.
“By the time they realize their wallet’s gone and they report it to us the money has already taken out.” Lt. Daniel Thompson with the Rincon Police Department says this group of three takes your credit card and use it to buy gift cards, typically withing 20 minutes of the theft.
The Coastal Health District announced Monday that it has temporarily paused appointment scheduling for new requests due to an overwhelming response from those in Phase 1a+ who are interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Standing on the deck of their home off Victory Drive the Steinmet family heard a loud noise & looked down only to see a bullet lodged in the deck between them. A bullet Chris Steinmet now calls his lucky charm.
The City of Tybee Island cancelled their New Year’s Eve celebrations, but all the while city officials say a lot of people have still chosen Tybee as the place where they want to be to ring in the new year.
The Tybee Polar Plunge is a long tradition that brings in thousands of people from across the country every year. This year, organizers still wanted to give those eager to take the plunge the opportunity, but by doing so in a safe way.
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety recommends drivers plan ahead... if they plan on drinking, plan for a designated driver. First responders also ask anyone to report erratic drivers or suspicious behavior to 9-1-1.
After months of social isolation and a non-traditional Thanksgiving celebration for families all over the country due to the pandemic, a local memory care center brought some much-needed holiday cheer to its residents.