As of this morning several staff members left their regular duties to be tested today, in hopes of receiving negative test results as quickly as possible. Each of you are encouraged to go get tested as early as tomorrow if possible to prevent the illness from being spread any further. As a result o
Students in Bulloch County are scheduled to return to school August 3. But district leaders say they’re still hearing from parents about the level of safety measures they want in place to protect students from COVID-19.
Gov. Henry McMaster has directed the Department of Health and Environmental Control to postpone the release of guidelines for allowing limited visitation at nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce says the number of people who have filed their first claim for unemployment benefits continues to grow months after the coronavirus pandemic began having a major impact on jobs in the state.
Game number one of the Savannah Bananas season is officially in the books. The team opened the 2020 season at Grayson Stadium Wednesday night with just 50 percent capacity allowed in the ballpark and masks required.
Staff Sergeant and Army recruiter, Roderick Harvey has been in the Army for 10 years and recruiting for a year. Sergent Harvey said his pitch to enlist is drastically different now dealing with COVID-19.
The Atlantic hurricane season is already breaking records with several storms named so early this year. With parts of the U.S. battling the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic, experts urge you not to delay in preparing.
The Chatham County Police Department is informing drivers that southbound I-95, from Exit 94 to the Chatham County line, will be closed for at least an hour early Wednesday morning while they clean up a single car crash.