Claire Going, WSAV News 3

Claire Going

WSAV News 3

Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Claire:

Healthy Savannah, YMCA work to improve pedestrian safety as more students walk to school

Healthy Savannah and the YMCA of Coastal Georgia are leading an initiative that will identify safety barriers such as a lack of sidewalks, cracked pavement and inaccessible intersections in 12 communities. → Read More

Savannah Fire Dept. awards firefighters for outstanding service in annual ceremony

Savannah Fire Chief Derik Minard presented awards and recognized retired personnel at Thursday’s event. → Read More

SCCPSS tackles learning loss created by remote school year

Their first plan of action — social and emotional learning plans developed by school counselors to help students assimilate back into in-person learning and interacting with their peers. → Read More

SCCPSS implements free lunches for all students

Savannah-Chatham County Public School officials recently announced all students will have access to free meals this school year. → Read More

SCCPSS addresses bus driver shortage for upcoming school year

The district says they have a task force working to resolve the issue. They have more than 20 candidates in various stages of the hiring process for the upcoming school year. → Read More

SCCPSS imposes masks mandate for upcoming school year

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) will be requiring all students and staff to wear masks in this upcoming school year. Masks will not be required for outside athletics, SCCPSS said. The school system made the announcement at a press conference Tuesday morning. The city of Savannah reinstated its mask […] → Read More

Georgia farmers working to decrease food insecurity in local communities

Georgia-based Corner Greens is using hydroponic shipping containers to cultivate their produce. Owners Joan and Rob Flanders say they do it for their community and for the sake of using a more sustainable method. → Read More

Historical marker celebrates 100 years of Colonial Group

The Georgia Historical Society unveiled a new marker Wednesday celebrating Colonial Group reaching 100 years in business. → Read More

Live Oak Public Libraries host driver safety simulators

Live Oak Public Libraries (LOPL) is teaming up with the Savannah Technical College and the Coastal Georgia Center for Driver Safety to host driving simulators at libraries in Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. → Read More

Herschel V. Jenkins High School celebrates history with brick giveaway

More than 1,000 commemorative bricks reserved from the demolition of the original building were distributed to students, graduates, and supporters of the school. → Read More

15 Savannah-Chatham County schools join GRE4T Initiative toward personalized learning

GRE4T is an $18.5 million federal grant to expand virtual and personalized learning in the state. → Read More

Asbury Memorial, Wesley Oak churches merge in support of LGBTQ+ rights

Asbury Memorial Church announced its merger with Wesley Oak Church Wednesday after the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church approved their disaffiliation in support of LGBTQ+ rights. → Read More

PETA sees increase in abandoned pets amid hurricane season

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals say when they search an affected area after a storm, they always find dogs left tethered outside. → Read More

EXPERTS WEIGH IN: Preparing your home for hurricane season

Mount Valley Foundation Service professionals say there are four main things you need to pay attention to that could save money and preserve your property during a tropical storm. → Read More

Downtown Garden Club of Savannah hosts tree planting dedication

Through their partnership with the Savannah Tree Foundation, the DGC was able to plant five oak trees downtown after hosting their fundraiser event, Arboretum, that helped raise more than $20,000 for more green space in the area. → Read More

Healthy Savannah, YMCA seek community input for vaccine awareness through open forum

Healthy Savannah and the YMCA of Coastal Georgia are hosting public listening sessions to facilitate COVID-19 vaccine awareness and acceptance. → Read More

Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program reopens application process

The Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) will be extending their online application deadline so more residents have the opportunity to participate. → Read More

Memorial Health Emergency Dept. advises practicing fireworks safety this Fourth of July

Memorial Health Emergency Department’s Medical Director Dr. Jay Goldstein says they see multiple fireworks-related injuries in the ER every year during the holiday weekend. → Read More

Gov. Kemp, first lady visit Savannah early education center working to close COVID-19 learning gap

Kemp says he has been focused on closing the learning gap created by the COVID-19 pandemic for early learners in the state. → Read More

Memorial Health Children’s Hospital hosts safety event to prevent hot car deaths this summer

On average, 38 children under the age of 15 die from heat stroke every year after being left in a vehicle. Last year, that number reached the mid-20s. → Read More