Another development has now popped up in Pooler.Work on the project, located off of Towne Center Drive, just recently got underway.“We want a piece of it. It is a growing developing area,” said part owner of the property Tony Yang.
Every day, Family Promise of Greater Savannah works to keep families together by helping them find a place to live, first through an interfaith hospitality network with 25 churches providing shelter, and ultimately in permanent housing.
Tuesday the United Way of the Coastal Empire pulled their mobile food pantry into Effingham County.Despite the wet weather hundreds still lined up to take advantage of the free food.Highlighting a true need that can only be met with your support.
Consider this your first warning, Valentine’s Day is officially one week away from Friday.If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for that special someone, Savannah Tech’s Culinary Institute may have just the thing.
The former Walt’s Furniture building in downtown Springfield has sat empty since they closed their doors back in 2013.Now after years of work the city now believes they’ve found the right person to bring it back to life.
When young students learn about business and personal money management, it helps the entire community. Now, a growing partnership in Savannah will help local sixth and seventh graders understand finances better than ever before.
In December 2019 we reported about a contentious development project along U.S. 80 in Pooler.At that time Pooler City Council voted to deny the approval of the site plan.But now the owner of the property is fighting back and appealing to the Superior Court of Chatham County.