As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect city services, some Savannah aldermen came together to create not one, but three different solutions to help residents in their communities get rid of their waste.
“We wanted to send a message that we care, we’re listening and we’ll do anything we can to help our community,” said Pooler City Councilwoman Karen Williams regarding Monday's vote to rollback the city millage rate.
The Savannah-Chatham school district says because of COVID-19, they had a special waiver and could feed everyone. Now, that waiver has expired and families will need to apply for free and reduced meals.
“COVID-19 is effecting us in a way that’s more than just stuck at home and having to wear a mask. It’s forcing our kids to think about, ‘what if I go homeless and what do I need to do to survive?’” Said Gilliard & Company CEO/Co-Founder Whitney Gilliard.
It's a journey that has been nearly two months in the making. Two men and their bikes making a trek across the country headed towards Tybee Island. Raising money for single mother's and family of fallen Night Stalkers at HAAF.
As we see COVID case numbers continue to rise some summer camps are now calling it quits. But in Effingham County the YMCA summer camp is pushing forward. Believing what they're doing is keeping their campers safe and helping make 2020 a great summer after all.
Savannah certainly has it’s share of history, but not all of it is in the Historic District. Just over ten miles southeast of downtown Savannah lies Bethesda Academy, which has a rich history of raising boys.