Sea Turtle Center Moves Forward with Mission

Sea turtles didn’t seem to get the memo that things were shutting down during coronavirus, so neither did the work of the Georgia Sea Turtle Center (GSTC) on Jekyll Island, the only sea turtle center in the state.  The GSTC is responsible for education,...

Rome ‘Backs the Blue’

With protests still raging throughout much of the state, (and country) over racial injustice and police brutality, Rome residents are taking a different approach and “backing the blue.”  Around 100 individuals gathered in downtown Rome last weekend to show...

Massive Savannah Project Set to Open

It has been a hectic three years since Savannah’s Plant Riverside District first broke ground, and the past few months the most hectic of all.  But the new downtown hospitality project, the largest in city history, is slated to open up to the public on July...

Augusta National makes big buy

The Masters may have been delayed (until November 12–15) but that hasn’t stopped Augusta National from making headlines, most recently the announcement that the club has purchased the National Hills shopping center in Augusta for $26 million.  The real estate...

USG honors Valdosta State grad

This year the University System of Georgia recognized Valdosta State University’s Jacob R. Bell as the recipient of the 2020 Regent Willis J. Potts Student Advisory Council Leadership Award.  Bell, who recently graduated, served as student body president at VSU for...

Savannah Businesses Take Pledge

More than 500 Savannah businesses have taken the ‘Savannah Safe’ pledge, part of an effort to implement safety protocols and assuage health concerns as they look to reopen more of the local economy.  The pledge is part of the Resilient Savannah initiative,...

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