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.
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.
On Memorial Day River Street in Savannah will be taken over by the Gray’s Reef Expo in celebration of their National Marine Sanctuary and NOAA’s 50th Anniversary.Although that’s still months away, one of the biggest pieces of that Expo is already under construction.
Each Sunday Holy Trinity Lutheran Church invites the community inside to hopefully fill their spirit, but Thursday the church went outside the building to fill stomachs and show support for local law enforcement.
Tuesday marked the first Coffee with a Cop for the Savannah Police Department in 2020.An event one 5-year-old almost never misses, and Tuesday was no different.Except this time, it was the Police Officers taking time to honor their biggest little fan.
Your donations to the WTOC Toys 4 Tots Campaign already on their way to making Christmas wishes come true in the hands of Marines only briefly until they are given to children all across the Coastal Empire.
The Savannah Saint Patrick's Day Parade has always been a part of Craig Harney, as a Savannahian, as a storyteller, as the man who has steered WTOC's all-in, standard-setting coverage of the city's biggest event.
Music class at area elementary schools might not be like any music class you remember. But young students remember what they study with the Savannah Music Festival’s Music Explorers Program operating in many area schools.
Midnight is one of two miniature horses Mayville uses with her Minis 2 Love program to offer what could be called smile therapy, brightening days and lifting spirits at senior centers throughout the Coastal Empire.