Savannah Irish trace heritage back to old country

The Irish native says that an 1860 Federal census of Savannah shows a quarter of the free population was born in Ireland. When you count those with Irish roots, that number grew to 35 percent, putting it on par with New York and Boston.

Savannah Boat Show Celebrates Time on the Water

  Wayne Co. farmer hopes to inspire next generation

  McQueen’s Trail scheduled to reopen July 1

  13th annual Candler Clays Charity Shooter

  Fort McAllister State Park Offering Edible Plant Hikes

  How to prune Crepe Myrtle trees

Continued Coverage

  New wildlife area open to public in Southeast Georgia

  Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife Festival kicks off Thursday

  Savannah Golf Championship brings new twists in 2020

  Effingham’s Roebling Road Raceway

  Timeless Savannah spots become popular wedding venues, help boost local economy

  Chatham Emergency Services gives NYE safety tips

  Glynn County golf legend to become CBS commentator

Davis Love III is about to put down his putter in a few weeks for a new part-time career as a CBS commentator.

  Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire to host annual Reindeer Run

The Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire is hosting its annual Reindeer Run on Sunday, December 15.

Ottawa Farms host old-fashoned Christmas

“If you want to go back to the days when Christmas was about family and friends and not all the hustle and bustle, this is the place to be."

  Annual Christmas on the River Festival happening on River Street

River Street will soon be turned into a Christmas wonderland for the annual Christmas on the River Festival.

  Enmarket Savannah Bridge Run

  Design District Holiday Walk

  Tybee Island Marine Science Center making construction progress

  Long Drive fundraiser to benefit adaptive golf program

  United Way Turkey Trot

  UGA Skidaway scientist prepares for Arctic expedition

  Clay shooting competition to benefit breast cancer research

This Friday, local businesses will partner up to raise money for breast cancer survivors. Pink Clays for the Cause is a clay shooting competition that Savannah Toyota and Doctor John Paletta help host.

  Holiday Tour of Homes in Savannah

Peek inside Savannah's most beautiful homes.

  The Geechee Gullah Ring Shouters at Riceboro Rice Fest

Celebrate history and culture at the annual Riceboro Rice Fest! The event runs Nov. 2-9, 2019.

  Savannah Police to host Safe Neighborhood Spooktacular

The Savannah Police Department has a new central precinct this Halloween, and to celebrate they’re hosting a Safe Neighborhood Spooktacular on Halloween Night.

21st annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival set to kick off in Richmond Hill

Seafood lovers will converge on Richmond Hill this weekend for the 21st annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival!

  Helpful information for the 2019 Picnic in the Park event

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

  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.

  Farmers need winds, heavy rains to stay away during peanut harvest

Plenty of South Georgia farmers have equipment in the field to harvest one of the state’s largest crops: peanuts.

  Veteran uses deep sea fishing to treat PTSD

Many military veterans struggle while adjusting to civilian life. For one Army Ranger, fishing became more than a hobby, it saved his life.

  Theme announced for the 2019 Picnic in the Park event

The theme for the 2019 Picnic in the Park event has been announced.