COVID guidelines vary from district-to-district. And that, combined with some serious outbreaks, has some parents confused and distressed. WTOC Investigates decided to take a look at the various guidelines and talk to some of the people affected by them.
One homeowner wants others to learn from her experience after her home addition turned into an uphill court battle, and there doesn’t seem to be any end in sight - even after a judge ruled in her favor.
New data shows as many people have died from opioid-related overdoses so far this year in Chatham County as did for the entire year of 2020. Officials say drug cartels are taking advantage of the ongoing border crisis, and flooding drugs into the U.S.
Those against a proposal to build a homeless shelter in West Savannah near the site of the historic Weeping Time slave auction have raised money and brought a new name on-board to help them with their efforts.
After nearly four weeks, the City of Savannah shared with WTOC how it plans to determine if the land in-question for a proposed homeless shelter is the site of the Weeping Time slave auction - the largest recorded sale of enslaved people in U.S. history.
About a dozen neighbors in Beaufort County were unable to drive anywhere after a large tree fell blocking the only road out of their neighborhood this week. It happened after Saturday night’s severe weather. Neighbors weren’t able to drive out for two days.
Forsyth Park is one of the oldest municipal parks in the country, but the planning process hasn’t been without some contention as neighborhood groups try to understand their voice in the process. That’s led to questions about the planning efforts and the civic group leading it.
There has been a lot of debate in the past decade about photo I.D.’s., Voter I.D., Real I.D., and when you need an I.D. But the issue for many older people in South Carolina and Georgia isn’t the I.D., it’s that they don’t have a birth certificate.