Mariah Congedo, WTOC11

Mariah Congedo


Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Mariah:

City of Beaufort to hold emergency meeting on proposed mask ordinance

Beaufort City Council is holding an emergency meeting on Monday to discuss an ordinance that would require people to wear face masks inside public buildings. → Read More

Many Tybee businesses short-staffed amid pandemic

While taking a walk down Tybee streets, it’s not uncommon to see help wanted or now hiring signs. → Read More

Two dead, 12 hurt after shooting at block party in north Charlotte

Two people are dead and 12 people were hurt at a block party that led to a shooting and several people being struck by vehicles in north Charlotte early Monday morning. → Read More

Savannah local develops initiative focused on helping families in need

For those without transportation, getting access to resources that food banks provide can be tricky. One Savannah local is doing her part in lending a helping hand to those who need it most. → Read More

Tybee Island city council discusses increasing fees for short term vacation rental companies

A hot topic on Tybee Island Thursday night was short term vacation rentals. City council met to discuss possibly increasing their fees. → Read More

New shuttle service offering trips to Tybee

Kelly Tours and The Gray Line are collaborating to offer a new Tybee Shuttle Service they say will make going to the beach hassle free. → Read More

Bars reopening in Georgia after closures due to COVID-19

As of Monday, bars and nightclubs are allowed to open. → Read More

Fire dept.: Don’t leave hand sanitizer in your car on a warm day

In a Facebook post showing a burned-out car door, the Western Lakes Fire District explains most hand sanitizers are alcohol-based, making them flammable. → Read More

Tybee leaders surprised by huge crowds; changes expected to help over Memorial Day weekend

The City of Tybee Island said this weekend saw a huge turnout of people and traffic, which they did not expect. → Read More

Tybee Island Fire Department holds lifeguard tryouts

Being a lifeguard not only comes with a passion to protect swimmers and beach-goers, but it takes a lot of will-power, strength, and determination. → Read More

Tybee Island City Council cancels July 4 fireworks

During Thursday night’s meeting, Tybee Island City Council canceled this year’s Fourth of July fireworks. → Read More

Tybee City Council votes to cancel July 4 fireworks

Tybee Island City Council will be considering what to do with summer celebrations due to the pandemic. → Read More

Petition calls for change to rule about dogs on Tybee Island beaches

A woman would like to see a change on Tybee Island when it comes to dogs allowed on the beach. → Read More

Volunteers clean litter off Tybee beaches first weekend after restrictions eased

Plenty of visitors headed to Tybee Island over the weekend. Not all of them left the beach as clean as they found it. → Read More

New Zealand hits zero new coronavirus cases

New Zealand reports no new cases of the coronavirus. → Read More

Many stores in downtown Savannah wait to reopen

While some stores have done so, others are still holding on until the time is right. → Read More

Many stores in downtown Savannah wait to reopen

While some stores have done so, others are still holding on until the time is right. → Read More

Free COVID-19 testing available in Montgomery Co.

Free COVID-19 testing is now available in Montgomery County. → Read More

SBAC secured $300,000 of federal funds for Savannah area businesses

Congress is expected to approve another round of funding this week. → Read More

Maintenance workers put resident safety first while practicing social distancing

Every day, the workers are still doing work around the complex. Fernandez says the hardest part is not seeing the residents and being able to help people with even the smallest thing. → Read More