Sam Bauman, WTOC11

Sam Bauman

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Sam:

The Fight for Joy: Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Davis lost three limbs, nearly his life while serving his country

Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Davis always dreamt of serving his country. → Read More

Georgia native plays alongside Keith Urban after suffering brain damage

Destiny Rhodes finally meeting the man she says changed her life. → Read More

After suffering brain damage as a child a Georgia native now has dreams of playing alongside Keith Urban

Due to brain damage Rosa Rhodes says her daughter Destiny at one time was unable to communicate, until she found music, specifically country music star Keith Urban's music. Now not only is she communicating but she has dreams of joining Urban on stage. → Read More

Diving into history: The Megalodon tooth hunter

Bill Eberlein has spent the past 23-years searching the water surrounding Savannah for megalodon teeth → Read More

A Vision of Hope: Landscaper helps give Old Savannah City Mission resident second chance at life

Old Savannah City Mission resident Leslie Bamforth started working in landscaping about six months ago, until one day on the job he went blind. But that's not where his story would end. → Read More

Build a better plank

Our Sam Bauman joins Custom Fit Savannah to learn how to build a better plank workout. → Read More

Miss Judy Charters: A life on the water

She’s likely one of the most well-known boat captains’ in the Coastal Empire, Judy Helmey. For nearly the past six decades you could find her running fishing charters out of Savannah. → Read More

Pooler Council votes to rollback millage rate

For a home with an assessed value of $100,000, the rollback will save you roughly $13 annually. → Read More

New Waters Cafe raising money by selling naming right to ‘anything’ inside

You can get your name on everything from the toilet to a chair, helping the new cafe raise money and bring life back into an old building. → Read More

Pooler Karate offering free classes for teens in July, August

Teens can train for free up to three times a week all July & August at Pooler Karate → Read More

EOA offering another round of cooling assistance

To get assistance you must call and make an appointment this Sunday starting at 7 p.m. → Read More

Pooler to host inaugural Juneteenth Celebration

For the first time, Pooler will be hosting a Juneteenth Celebration. → Read More

Sugar Shack for sale

It’s one of the most popular stops for visitors of Tybee Island. → Read More

Savannah couple brewing up more than coffee with new business

The pandemic led a lot of people to reassess their lives and priorities and for one couple that meant leaving their jobs, moving back to Savannah, and starting a new business. But for them it's not as much about making money as it is making a difference → Read More

Pooler moves forward with new senior living community

Senior residents of Pooler are struggling to find senior living communities, something City Council worked to address at the last meeting. → Read More

Animal fosters in desperate need following Bryan Co. storms

People aren’t the only ones in need of help following Tuesday’s deadly storms in Bryan County. → Read More

‘Old Farts’ spend weekends handing out free advice

With age comes wisdom, and for the past couple weeks two self-proclaimed ‘Old Farts’ have been handing out some of their own wisdom for free at the Forsyth Farmers Market. → Read More

County-wide art exhibition returns to Effingham County

It’s something lovers of art in Effingham County had to miss out on last year, the Effingham County-Wide Art Exhibition. But after a year off it’s back and students of all ages are ready to show off their hard work to the community. → Read More

‘Healthy Walk’ takes pandemic in stride

It started as a simple way to get out of the house and get some exercise when the pandemic began. But now two years later ‘Healthy Walk’ is still going strong and celebrating a major milestone. → Read More

A Perfect Fit: The Grand Marshal Ring tradition returns

The Grand Marshal Ring debuted in 2019, and after a year off due to the cancellation of the parade in 2021, the ring is back and doesn't seem to be going anywhere. → Read More