Blair Caldwell, WTOC11

Blair Caldwell

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Past:
  • WALB News 10
  • WTOL 11
  • KXXV News Channel 25
  • KTRE News
  • KFVS News
  • FOX19
  • KFDA NewsChannel10

Recent articles by Blair:

SCCPSS E-Learning Academy drawing high interest

Savannah-Chatham’s newest school, the E-Learning Academy, is creating quite a buzz for families during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

SCCPSS pilot-program tests school operations to help create plan for fall

A group of about 20 Savannah-Chatham County Public School students is helping district leaders re-imagine school in the fall. → Read More

‘Twin-monade’ branded after young twin entrepreneurs’ business permit questioned

It’s a new business in Savannah that’s making quite a splash. → Read More

Memorial Health introduces robotic system to assist total knee replacement surgeries

Memorial Health is introducing new equipment said to help patients. → Read More

Chatham County election results expected to be certified Friday

The Chatham County Board of Elections supervisor said that they’ve been working around the clock to count all the votes from the last Tuesday’s election. He says he believes they will be able to certify the results come Friday. → Read More

Survey sent to SCCPSS parents about reopening school this fall

While Savannah-Chatham leaders are talking about what they will do to reopen school in the fall, they are also asking families what they think before making a decision. → Read More

Chatham County Commissioners looking for answers after issues during Tuesday’s elections

Chatham County Commissioners want to know what happened with Tuesday’s election and are looking for answers. → Read More

Savannah mayor threatens possibility of curfew ahead of Sunday protests

Mayor Van Johnson spoke at a press conference on Saturday addressing protests scheduled for Sunday in Savannah. → Read More

Colin Kaepernick will establish fund to pay legal fees for George Floyd protesters in Minneapolis

The Know Your Rights Campaign announced Kaepernick’s partnership on Friday. → Read More

Classic Savannah restaurant reopens with new guidelines

They weren’t the first to return to business, but say they knew they needed to rethink how they served customers. → Read More

Circles painted in Forsyth Park to help with social distancing

The City of Savannah has painted circles in Forsyth Park to help groups adhere to social distancing guidelines. → Read More

Caught on video: Vehicle rolls over national cemetery graves in Houston

There are tire tracks in section J of the cemetery, where soldiers and their spouses have been laid to rest. → Read More

Pandemic causing changes to SCCPSS budget process

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System is back to the drawing board for their budget amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

SCCPSS planning to make additional meals for weekly delivery

Savannah Chatham Public Schools began their weekly distribution of meals Tuesday. During their bus delivery some routes ran out of food. One parent says they left empty-handed and has hopes the district will find a solution before next week. → Read More

SCCPSS honors class of 2020 with drive-thru celebration

It’s been anything but a typical year for the Class of 2020, so to honor them Savannah Chatham County Schools gave their seniors a special ceremony unique to this class. → Read More

Savannah Tech creating job training opportunity

As the number of unemployment claims climb in Georgia, a local technical college is looking to help. → Read More

Memorial Health debuts rapid COVID-19 testing

Thursday Memorial Health demonstrated their brand new COVID-19 rapid testing process. → Read More

Mercer University medical students develop COVID-19 response team

Healthcare professionals are busy on the front lines fighting coronavirus, but those just behind them are medical students nearing the end of their education, wanting to help too. → Read More

Scientists warn virus will be with us through summer

Coronavirus has already spread widely in Australia, which is coming out of its summer. → Read More

Savannah Arts Academy teacher delivering joy to students

Disappointment. That’s how several senior students describe the cancellation of their high school year. → Read More