Late last week, Savannah-Chatham County Public School System Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett said what many had suspected for weeks, it’s not likely the district will be able to start school as scheduled next month and even less likely that when it does resume, it will be in-person.
Over the weekend, the WTOC newsroom got an email from a viewer questioning a COVID-19 story we posted on WTOC.com. The email read in part quote, “your article claims 1,800 new COVID-19 cases in one day. Surely you meant 800 and not 1,800.”
Every election, I go to my polling place and cast my ballot. I like doing it in person, not that I’m opposed to mail-in ballots, it’s just a personal preference. I feel that this act, along with my previous service in the Army, is the most American thing I do.
Just when we thought there wasn't going to be anything to distract our attention away from the COVID-19 pandemic, another video of another rogue police officer senselessly killing another African American surfaced.
We’re still a couple of weeks away from Georgia Southern opening its college football season, but Shai Werts has already successfully handled a far greater pressure than anything the LSU defense will throw at him.
If you’ve got WTOC’s News and Weather Apps – and you should – then you know that summer afternoons are punctuated by two alerts: storms and traffic jams. We can’t do much about the storms but maybe we can about the traffic snarls.
Consider This: President Trump has asked NASA to get us back to the moon by the year 2024. Some question whether it’s worth the cost to return, but, if another giant leap forward can once again unite us, it will be worth it.
A couple of years ago, the City of Savannah re-named the road to the main gate at Hunter Army Airfield to Heroes Way. A fitting tribute to the thousands of brave men and women who pass through those gates daily, all in the name of serving our country.
Traditionally, the job of a college commencement speaker is to inspire and motivate the graduating class. Robert E. Smith took his job as the speaker at the Morehouse College graduation up a few levels a few weeks ago.