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Past articles by Hayley:

Chief of Staff of Army visits Fort Stewart’s 3rd Infantry Division

Fort Stewart hosted one of the highest-ranking Army officials Tuesday. → Read More

Jesup livestock ordinance ruffles feathers

One resident applied for permission to keep the chickens he already had, but the commissioners voted it down 6-0. → Read More

New trees planted in Forsyth Park as part of new master plan

If you frequent Forsyth Park, you may notice some new additions. → Read More

Suspect in Wayne Co. shooting denied bond

A Wayne County Judge has denied bond to Lanis Brown in the shooting death of Zakkary Johnson earlier this month. → Read More

Fort Stewart soldiers train for coveted expert badges

Training never ends for members of the military. Soldiers at Fort Stewart know all about it. → Read More

2 dead after house fire in McIntosh County

Two people are dead and the state fire marshal’s office is investigating after a house fire over the holiday weekend in McIntosh County. → Read More

‘Be closer to family and improving my life:’ Setting resolutions for the New Year

We stopped to ask people along River Street about their hopes and resolutions for the New Year. → Read More

Organizers keeping eye on weather forecast for New Year’s Eve fireworks show

The new year will come with all sorts of celebrations, including the big fireworks show in Savannah. → Read More

Travelers begin to see impacts from winter weather at Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport

The Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport is expected to see about 60,000 travelers just this weekend. → Read More

Chatham County sends counteroffer as LOST negotiations continue

There’s only two weeks left for area governments in Chatham County to make a deal on local option sales tax money. → Read More

Active shooter report at Savannah High was a hoax, according to school officials

There have been reports of a possible active shooting at Savannah High School. → Read More

Salvation Army serves Thanksgiving meals to those in need

The Salvation Army is helping make sure that people have a warm Thanksgiving meal in Savannah today. → Read More

Soldiers celebrate Thanksgiving early at Fort Stewart

Soldiers and Army leaders are celebrating Thanksgiving a day early at Fort Stewart. Dining staff say they expect to serve at least 500 people Wednesday. → Read More

Visitors pay respects at World War II Memorial on River Street

While Savannah will officially commemorate Veterans Day with the annual parade on Saturday. People in the Hostess City were still paying their respects Friday at the World War II Memorial on River Street. → Read More

TSPLOST on November ballot for Chatham Co. voters

If you’re a Chatham County voter, you’ve got more than just candidates on your ballot this November. → Read More

‘It gives people a sense of belonging:’ Pride Festival returns to Savannah

Downtown Savannah was decked out in rainbow colors this evening as Savannah Pride made its return to Ellis Square. → Read More

City of Hinesville raises water and sewer rates

If you live in Hinesville, you could see an increase on your next water and sewer bill. → Read More

Secretary of State’s office launches “Poll Worker First Response” app

As more people head to the polls, there is also more security according to the Secretary of State’s office. → Read More

Military widow surprised with new home in Rincon

A woman in Effingham County received a well-deserved surprise Thursday morning. → Read More

Jesup teacher honored for decades of service

Jesup Elementary School staff members pulled off quite the surprise on Thursday. → Read More