The bill would provide direct payments of up to $1,400 to most Americans and money for COVID-19 vaccines and testing, aid to state and local governments, help for schools and the airline industry and subsidies for health insurance.
From the outside you won’t notice much difference, “the exterior of the building looks the same. But you walk in and you have a building that meets the needs of 2021 and beyond,” said SSU Interim President Kimberly Ballard-Washington.
WTOC Investigates has confirmed an alderwoman on the Savannah City Council who has fought against the Salvation Army of Savannah’s efforts to build a new homeless shelter in West Savannah has ties to a proposal for the same land.
“You know it does make you nervous because you’re the first one doing a big event like this.” But nerves aside, Rincon Recreation Director Mike Osborne says the annual Spring Fair will be back by popular demand this April.
Savannah-Chatham School Board met for the first time since their students returned to the classroom this calendar year. It was also their first meeting since the governor expanded vaccine criteria to include school staff.
A Savannah man has been sentenced to ten years and one month in prison for his participation in a March 2019 robbery at a bar that resulted in an active-duty U.S. serviceman being wounded, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Southern District of Georgia.
“As soon as last Friday when the Governor made his announcement, we had a meeting Monday with our local department of public health, and they’re ready to roll it out,” said ECSD Superintendent Dr. Ford regarding a vaccine distribution plan in the district.