Kim Gusby, WSAV News 3

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WSAV News 3

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Kim:

Pay It Forward: Head of Upward Bound inspires generations

As the head of the Upward Bound Program, Bobby Roberts is credited for helping generations of students realize their potential. → Read More

Honoring Black History: Who was Rep. Bobby Hill? How will his legacy be remembered?

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — All this month WSAV has honored Black history, but not everyone who makes history is remembered. Such is the case of former state representative Bobby Hill. Those who knew him, say he was ‘brilliant’ and ‘ahead of his time’. But who was Bobby Hill and why has his legacy seemingly drifted […] → Read More

Award-winning rapper Big Boi brings ‘For the Love of Hip Hop’ to Savannah

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Award-winning rapper Big Boi prepares to entertain a Savannah crowd Friday evening at Enmarket Arena. The Hostess City is Antwan “Big Boi” Patton’s hometown. Big Boi headlines the For the Love of Hip Hop concert which also includes several over rap artists including Sleepy Brown, Goodie Mob, Young Dro, Lil Scrappy, […] → Read More

Honoring Black History: Three generations of dentistry that helped shape civil rights history

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – There is a room where past and present reside that keeps third-generation dentist, Dr. Billy Jamerson, together. “There’s a picture up on the wall there. The picture says, ‘If you seem further than others, it’s because I’ve stood on the shoulders of giants.’ And these giants are all around me in […] → Read More

A champion for children remembered in Savannah

Yolanda Negron, co-founder of the Martin de Porres Society, died earlier this week. She was 84. → Read More

‘Educate Savannah’ recognizes area mentors, scholars during virtual awards ceremony

Although coronavirus has limited face to face interactions, one local organization is making sure outstanding members of our community are recognized for their hard work.Saturday, Educate Savannah held its inaugural “Community Merit and Scholarship Awards.”The virtual ceremony took place on Facebook and YouTube and featured a keynote address from Savannah Mayor Van Johnson and special […] → Read More

Coastal Sunrise Celebrations: Anna Griffin turns 100!

SAVANNAH, Ga (WSAV) – Check out a look at Monday March 23rd celebrations in the video above! → Read More

Celebrating Black History: Sean ‘WesLee’ Edwards, Justin Robinson, Matt Nyht

Dr. Jamal Touré of Geechee Kunda and Day Clean Journeys has today's Black History Moment. → Read More

A look back at the life of Savannah legend Lucius ‘Bo’ Levett

There are leaders, and there are legends. Lucius 'Bo' Levett was both. → Read More

Our Hometown: Annual Huxsie Scott Jazz Concert to follow MLK Parade

After enjoying the sights and sounds of Savannah’s MLK Day Parade, why not enjoy another annual tradition that brings people together through song? The Huxsie Scott Jazz Concert featuring the Savannah State Concert Choir will take place today at 2 Unitarian Universalist Church on East Harris Street. The event is free and sponsored by the […] → Read More

Church denomination forgives Atlanta college’s $4M debt

ATLANTA (AP) – A church denomination has forgiven $4 million in debt owed by a college it founded in Atlanta. News outlets report the African Methodist Episcopal Church announced the financial boost for Morris Brown College on Tuesday night. In exchange, the college agreed to establish a $1.5 million scholarship for members of the church […] → Read More

Our Hometown: SCCPSS gears up for 11th Annual Students Success Expo and Stem Festival

Join Savannah Chatham County Public Schools for the 11th annual Student Success Expo and STEM Festival this Saturday, January 11.Students and parents can enjoy interactive displays and learn about public school options across the district.Representatives from major colleges and universities will also be there.The expo will once again feature the “Teddy Bear Clinic” and the […] → Read More

Community Corner: Annual Savannah En Pointe Dance Festival coming up

The Esther F. Garrison School of Visual and Performing Arts is set to host their 3rd annual Savannah en Pointe Dance Festival. → Read More

Georgia universities, exempt from Kemp cuts, seek more money

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia’s public universities could see overall state funding increase next year, despite guidance from Gov. Brian Kemp to trim budgets this year and next. The state Board of Regents voted Tuesday to recommend a $75 million increase in the system’s budget for the year that will begin next July. The increase points […] → Read More

Local 9/11 Memorial Ceremonies

Statesboro Fire Department Annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony: 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Bulloch Memorial Gardens – 22002 US Hwy 80 E Bluffton Police Department 9/11 Ceremony: 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Bluffton Police Department – 101 Progressive St. Wayne County Sheriff’s Office 9/11 Ceremony: 8:30 a.m. Wayne Co. Courthouse in Jesup Richmond Hill 9/11 Ceremony: […] → Read More

Community Corner: 48 Hour Film Project returns to Savannah

It’s 48 hours of movie making madness!Local filmmakers are taking over Savannah this weekend to compete in a unique project.Anthony Paderewski is the Savannah Producer of the 48 Hour Film Project.He joins us with more Click the arrow in the video box above to watch our interview. Kickoff Event Fri, Aug 9, 2019 @ 6 […] → Read More

Our Hometown: Summer Food Truck Rodeo to benefit Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Saturday

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Join the City of Savannah in Ellis Square this Saturday, July 20, for a summer food truck rodeo! The event is in conjunction with Girl Scout QuestFest. Some food trucks will be donating a portion of their sales on this day to Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. The festival gets underway […] → Read More

Community Corner: BC organizer talks St. Jude basketball fundraiser

This weekend, a Savannah school is hosting a special fundraiser to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. → Read More

West Chatham Middle School's M.A.L.E. Dreamers celebrate mentors

West Chatham Middle School's M.A.L.E. Dreamers mentorship program has played a role in molding young men in our community over the past four years. → Read More

Community Corner: Celebration honors Peer Mediators, difference they're making in local schools

Peer mediators around the area are being celebrated for their efforts to make their school a peaceful place to learn. → Read More