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Past articles by Jarvis:

14-year-old girl from Richmond Hill, GA, dies hours after rare c

A 14-year-old girl from Richmond Hill died on Monday within hours of a cancer diagnosis. → Read More

Voters prepare for Georgia's primary election

The Georgia Primary Election is Tuesday, May 22. Polls will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. across the state. → Read More

Savannah joins nation in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on

The country is remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Wednesday -- 50 years after his tragic assassination at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. → Read More

DETAILS: Savannah fire fee discount application process

In less than two weeks, people can start applying for a discount on the new fire fee in the city of Savannah. → Read More

Pooler to swear in new police chief Monday

A new chief of police in Pooler will be sworn in on Monday, March 26. → Read More

TSA to demonstrate how to safely travel with firearms

With all the gun violence happening all over the U.S., TSA officers will hold a press conference Wednesday in our area to demonstrate how to safely travel with guns on airplanes. → Read More

Good News: Teen Maze teaches Effingham students the consequences

The Effingham County Sheriff's Office wants teens to make the right decisions in life, so they've come up with a creative way to make that point. → Read More

Cockspur Island Bridge now open

Officials will cut the ribbon on the Cockspur Island Bridge on March 6. The bridge not only lets visitors have a new way to Fort Pulaski, but it's also expected to help with traffic on Hwy 80. → Read More

Walking School Bus offers safe zone for Juliette Low Elementary

School leaders and local law enforcement are addressing an area pegged by parents as being unsafe for their children to walk to and from school. → Read More

Tuesday is Georgia Film Day at state Capitol

The Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office is once again hosting the 2018 “Film Day” at the Georgia State Capitol on Tuesday, Feb. 27, and members of the film industry from Savannah wil... → Read More

Local law enforcement receive trauma training

Area first responders have received more than 500 bleed control kits thanks to a donation by Memorial University Medical Center. → Read More

Local lawmaker pushing for new bill to help with gun control

House Bill 657 has passed through the Georgia house and could soon make it illegal for anyone in the state to give firearms to a convicted felon. → Read More

Keeping your digital space clean to avoid scams, identity theft

Did you know some of those old documents and programs on your computer could increase the risk of you becoming the target of scams and identity theft. → Read More

Police demerger day officially arrives

After months of talking about the police demerger, the day has officially arrived. As of Thursday, Feb. 1, Savannah and Chatham County will have their own police departments. → Read More

Annual Student Success Expo, STEM Festival set for this weekend

The 9th annual Student Success Expo and STEM Festival is happening this weekend in Savannah. → Read More

New parking rules go into effect Tuesday in downtown Savannah

The city of Savannah is implementing its new Parking Matters rate structure for parking downtown. → Read More

Savannah alderman holding District 2 development open discussion

Current and future development around District two in Savannah is causing a bit of concern for some residents living in that area. → Read More

Time is running out to ship those holiday gifts

We're less than a week away from Christmas and many still have more shopping to do. And, that includes mailing and shipping off presents. → Read More

Residents keep watch: Package thefts increase during holidays

The holiday shopping season is in full swing and residents need to be extra vigilant about packages getting shipped to their home. → Read More

Savannah city council holding first reading of 2018 budget

Savannah city leaders will hold the first reading of the ordinance to adopt the 2018 budget on Thursday, which includes the fire free that has sparked much debate. → Read More