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The initial capital of the state of Georgia, the downtown area is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the country which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The city originally thrived due to the port which at one time was one of the most active in the country and still is a major hub for imports and exports.

Population: 132410
Local Newspapers: Savannah Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Savannah Sand Gnats (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Armstrong Atlantic Savannah State and South

Zip Codes associated with savannah, georgia: 31404 31419 31322 31401 31404 31405 31406 31407 31408 31410 31411 31415 31419
Towns/Cities near savannah, georgia : Richmond Hill Garden City Montgomery Georgetown

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Police report -12-13-17; A man reported the theft of a space heater from his home.

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University expands to former Armstrong campuses Jan. 1

Meeting by phone call Tuesday afternoon, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia voted final approval for the consolidation of Georgia Southern University and Armstrong State University, effective Jan. 1. Georgia Southern, based in Statesboro, expands to Armstrong's main campus in Savannah, now to be the Georgia Southern Armstrong ... (more)

Fox and Fig: A Plant-Based Cafe

BASED eateries are on the rise around the country and for good reason; vegetables are the stars of the plate, delivering a wow-factor in the absence of animal products. The terms "vegetable-focused" and "plant-based" have essentially replaced "vegan" and "vegetarian" in restaurants, as most chefs nationwide see liberty in inventing dishes that hone in on farm-fresh produce.

Proposed changes to animal ordinance raise hackles in animal welfare community

WHILE THE proposed fire fee and City budget were the big buzz at the Dec. 7 City Council meeting, changes in the city's animal ordinance also caused a significant roar. A motion to repeal and replace Part 9, Chapter 5 of the current ordinance with portions of the Chatham County regulations adopted in May has brought disagreement between the animal welfare community's two most influential entities, Chatham County Animal Services and the Humane Society of Greater Savannah The changes, which mostly focus on defining dangerous dogs and backyard breeding practices, align county and city regulations for uniform enforcement by Animal Services, which also serves city residents.

Iron Logic: Everett Mayo's exhibition up now at the Butcher

WITH A career spanning more than fifty years and informed by an extensive education, Everett Mayo's show at the Butcher Tattoo Studio is a must-see. "Gates Maybe" is a collection of abstract watercolor and oil paintings that represent iron gates.

City of Savannah crews respond to sewage spill on W. Boundary Street

City of Savannah crews responded to a minor sewage spill at 12:37 p.m. today, December 12, at 224 West Boundary Street. An estimated 2,520 gallons spilled before the spill was corrected at 1:05 p.m. This is classified as a minor spill under State Environmental Protection Division guidelines.

Long-time Savannah Morning News editorial page editor Tom Barton to retire

Tom Barton's office at the Savannah Morning News is filled with memories of his 39 years with the newspaper. Barton is retiring on Jan. 5. A fresh-faced graduate from the University of Georgia journalism school came knocking on the door at the Savannah Evening Press in 1978.

VIDEO: This Savannah boy is overflowing with Christmas spirit

His dad, Craig Spinks, shared this video of his 5-year-old son feeling every word of "Feliz Navidad" during a recent performance with his Charles Ellis Montessori School kindergarten class.

Savannah residents invited to West Bay Streetscape meeting

The city has expanded the downtown streetscape improvement initiative to include West Bay Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Warner Street. The public is invited to attend the final community meeting regarding the streetscaping plan for West Bay Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Warner Street on the east side of the Bay Street viaduct.

Savnnah sanitation magnets to be delivered next week

About 45,000 magnets will be delivered next week via a small bag that will be zip-tied to every customer's green refuse cart. Savannah residents should be on the lookout next week for the delivery of the 2018 sanitation schedule magnets.

Empty Stocking Fund: Drug-addicted dad saps his family's holiday spirit

Karen is the single mother of a 16-year-old daughter, Sharon. Both have had a rough year.

Savannah alderman, residents still fighting fire fee

District 1 Alderman Van Johnson held a town hall meeting Monday night, where he and some Savannah residents again spelled out that they cannot afford the fire fee. The city has less than three weeks to finalize plans for the fee.

City Talk: After a decade, we remember recession with lessons unlearned

Even with the demands of the 24-hour news cycle and the seemingly endless string of upsetting stories from around the world, I have been surprised that there hasn't been more attention paid to the fact that this month marks a decade since the beginning of the 2007-2009 recession. I never liked the term "Great Recession" and rarely used it.

Non-profit losing Savannah fund backing concerned over long-term effects

We're digging into the continued efforts by Savannah-area non-profits looking to appeal the city for more funding. This year's application process was much different than in years past.

Fugitive who escaped Savannah hospital arrested at Panera in Macon

Bibb County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man who escaped from a Savannah hospital after a police chase in October. Bibb County Sheriff's deputies received word from the U.S. Marshals Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force that 30-year-old Randolph Dominique Frazier Jr. was in the Macon area around 6 p.m. on Sunday, according to a press release from Bibb County Sheriff's Office.

Editorial: Retain the Historic Tax Credit

Republican Congressman Buddy Carter and Georgia Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue should convince their colleagues in Congress to retain the Historic Tax Credit which has helped save hundreds of buildings and put hundreds of people to work in Savannah over the past 15 years. Unfortunately, it appears that this tax break may be kicked to the curb as current tax reform measures now in the Senate put the credit in jeopardy, worse, it is not included in the House version.

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