Blair Caldwell, WTOC11

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Recent articles by Blair:

Savannah-Chatham school board approves phased hybrid re-entry plan

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School Board has approved a phased hybrid re-entry plan. → Read More

Savannah Federation of Teachers union reacts to SCCPSS potential return to in-person learning

The Savannah-Chatham County School board will meet bright and early Wednesday to discuss their phased re-entry plan. → Read More

New Chatham Co. Health Department leader steps into role during pandemic

The Chatham County Health Department has a new leader. He’s stepping into the role in the midst of a pandemic, but it’s nothing new for him. → Read More

Savannah/Hilton Head Int’l Airport sees thousands over holiday weekend

The Hostess City lived up to it’s name for Labor Day weekend, thousands came to celebrate. → Read More

Yvonne Holmes officially sworn in to fill late husband’s Chatham Co. Commission seat

There’s now a new Chatham County Commissioner, but this person isn’t new to what it takes to sit on the board. → Read More

Chadwick Boseman’s death helping others detect colon cancer locally

The death of actor Chadwick Boseman to colon cancer shocked the nation last week. → Read More

Chadwick Boseman’s death helping others detect colon cancer locally

The death of actor Chadwick Boseman to colon cancer shocked the nation last week. → Read More

SCCPSS rolls out WiFi on Wheels program

The district was able to equip 10 buses with hotspots allowing students to easily connect to wifi for less than $15,000. The buses deployed to serve students at 20 different locations on Monday. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham school buses outfitted with WiFi hotspot technology for students

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System will start deploying buses on Tuesday, Sept. 1 to help will WiFi access for students. → Read More

Coastal Health District says demand for COVID-19 testing decreasing

The demand for COVID-19 testing has dramatically changed since the beginning of the pandemic. → Read More

WTOC anchor receives second shot during COVID-19 vaccine trial

The push for a COVID-19 vaccine continues. It’s happening not only in Savannah, but with our very own Dawn Baker. → Read More

Coastal Health District director provides COVID-19 update at Chatham Co. Commission meeting

Chatham County Commission heard once again from Dr. Lawton Davis on the status of COVID-19 in the community. → Read More

SCCPSS working to connect parents to resources for virtual learning support

As SCCPSS moved to virtual learning, district leaders worked to help families with a number of resources. → Read More

SCCPSS meal delivery changes for virtual school start

The year will bring several changes for students, one of them will be meal delivery. → Read More

13-year-old being called a hero after fatal Alma crash involving school bus

Georgia State Patrol says 10 students where on a school bus Wednesday when a box truck rear-ended it. → Read More

Chatham Co. Commission chair discusses mask mandate

It’s officially been a week since the Chatham County Commission chair issued a mask mandate. → Read More

COVID-19 testing hours expanded at Savannah Civic Center

The Coastal Health District has expanded its COVID-19 testing at the Savannah Civic Center an extra two hours. → Read More

Swimmer killed in apparent shark attack off Maine coast

Officials are urging swimmers and boaters in the area to use caution and avoid seals or schools of fish. → Read More

WTOC anchor Dawn Baker taking part in COVID-19 vaccine trial

We first told you about a clinical trial happening right here in Savannah to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to the market last week. → Read More

SCCPSS staff answer questions about back-to-school plan

Savannah-Chatham County Public School System Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett and district staff will address questions about the back-to-school plans for the upcoming school year. → Read More