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Cyreia Sandlin


Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Cyreia:

Tournament play begins Thursday for the 54th annual RBC Heritage

Tournament play officially begins today for the 54th annual RBC Heritage. → Read More

Tournament play begins Thursday for the 54th annual RBC Heritage

Tournament play officially begins today for the 54th annual RBC Heritage. → Read More

What makes St. Patrick’s Day special in Savannah?

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah is truly like no place else. → Read More

Your 2022 Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah

With the first St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival since 2019 just days away, WTOC wants to make sure you are prepared for the biggest event of the year in the Hostess City. → Read More

New time for the Greening of the Fountain; Celtic Heritage Festival set for March 11

We now have an official date for the 2022 St Patrick’s Day Greening of the Fountain, with a new one day festival to kick off a week of activities celebrating Irish heritage. → Read More

Christmas tree lighting ceremony returns to Savannah

The Christmas tree in downtown Savannah is officially up and lit. → Read More

Savannah Philharmonic announces ‘Phil the Park’ set for October in Forsyth Park

The Savannah Philharmonic announced its 2021-2022 season lineup, with the return of a beloved local tradition. → Read More

Mayor announces finalists for Savannah City Manager

Savannah Mayor Van Johnson announced Tuesday that City Council has narrowed the pool of candidates to three finalists for City Manager. → Read More

Juneteenth 2021 Events in the Coastal Empire, Lowcountry

Juneteenth is a day celebrating freedom, and there are several events happening in our area over the next couple of weeks. → Read More

Downtown residents, business owners meet with city of Savannah officials to discuss quadricycle proposal

Savannah Mayor Van Johnson has put a halt to a proposal to yet again extend routes for quadricycles in Savannah. → Read More

Appointments no longer required for mass vaccination site in Chatham Co.

Appointments are no longer required for the Chatham County mass vaccination site. → Read More

This Irish Rose cocktail is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day

A local award winning mixologist shows us how to make an Irish Rose. → Read More

Savannah Mayor says no plans for St. Patrick’s Day business restrictions

Wednesday marks two weeks until St Patrick’s Day, a holiday where Savannah normally welcomes tens of thousands of visitors to enjoy its annual parade and festival. For the second year in a row, those events have been canceled due to the pandemic. → Read More

Chatham Charcuterie shows us to build a Charcutewreath

Sydney Lassen from Chatham Charcuterie showed us how to build a beautiful holiday wreath, made entirely of cheese and charcuterie! → Read More

Zunzibar coming to Drayton St. in 2021

Two award-winning local restaurants are teaming up for a new project in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District. → Read More

Nintendo revives Game & Watch console for its 40th anniversary

The new Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. looks like the original but comes with a color screen and charges with a USB-C cord. → Read More

Plant Riverside announces European-style Christmas Market

The Plant Riverside District announced the launch of a new Savannah Christmas Market. → Read More

Savannah Philharmonic Prepares for Picnic in the Park

This weekend, you can watch Picnic in the Park on WTOC from the comfort of your home. → Read More

Tormenta FC Academy kicks off inclusive Top Soccer program

Tormenta FC is bringing back its Top Soccer Program. → Read More

Savannah Philharmonic kicks off ‘Phil the Squares with Music’ series

The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra is teaming up with homeowners and businesses of the downtown area to provide free outdoor music for the Savannah Community, and the first concerts are happening on Labor Day. → Read More