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Recent articles by Blair:

Local doctors say masks are a must

With additional enforcement coming on Savannah’s mask mandate, we wanted to let some doctors weigh in. → Read More

Chatham Co. election officials expecting to meet recount deadline

With just a day until the deadline, the recount continues here in Chatham County. → Read More

Chatham County to begin presidential race recount on Wednesday

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has announced that a statewide recount has been granted for the presidential race for the Nov. 3 General Election. → Read More

COVID patient plays violin in ICU to thank Utah hospital staff

A former teacher battling COVID-19 serenaded the hospital staff that helped to treat him in Utah. → Read More

Owl found inside Rockefeller Center Christmas tree

The northern saw-whet owl was stuck inside the tree for at least three days without food or water. → Read More

Meridian Clinical Research looks to enroll new patients in additional COVID-19 vaccine trials

A lot of the foundational work for the COVID-19 vaccine trials happened right here in the Hostess City with Meridian Clinical Research. → Read More

Local doctor talks about risk of Thanksgiving holiday and spreading COVID-19

COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing across the country and right here in the Coastal Empire, we are continuing to see community transmission. → Read More

Hand-count audit of ballots to begin Friday morning in Ga.

An official with the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office says the hand-count audit of the presidential race will begin for all 159 counties in the state on Friday at 9 a.m. → Read More

Attempted carjacking caught on camera in Garden City

Video shows an attempted carjacking in Garden City. → Read More

Chatham Co. uploads majority of remaining absentee ballots

Around 17,000 absentee ballots were upload from Chatham County to the Secretary of State’s website at about 6:51 p.m. on Thursday. → Read More

Chatham Co. has highest amount of outstanding ballots in Georgia

Chatham County is the county in Georgia with the most outstanding ballots. → Read More

Chatham Co. races to watch

There are a number of races to watch in Chatham County Tuesday evening. → Read More

Chatham Co. races to watch

There are a number of races to watch in Chatham County Tuesday evening. → Read More

UPDATE: Voting times extended at two polling locations in Chatham Co.

Voting times have been extended at two Chatham County polling locations. → Read More

Savannah mayor, police chief address crime

After a busy weekend responding to several shootings, the mayor and police chief of Savannah joined together to address the violence. → Read More

SCCPSS Phase 3 in-person learning plan begins Monday

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System will welcome back more students to the classroom on Monday, Oct. 26. This as the school district enters phase three of its reopening plan. → Read More

Man indicted on charges of first degree murder in deaths of two Florida teens, state attorney seeks death penalty

Mark Wilson Jr. was indicted by a Putnam County Grand Jury on two counts of First Degree Murder, 1 count of Burglary with a Battery, and 1 count of Burglary while Armed. → Read More

Debate ongoing for how public wants SCCPSS to proceed

While there are still a lot of decisions being made, some community members continue to plead with the school board and district to change their current plan. → Read More

National, state leaders discuss progress of COVID-19 vaccine trials in Savannah

A vaccine for COVID-19 is highly anticipated. → Read More

Coastal Health District urges caution when voting early

As so many headed to the polls health leaders say it’s important to not only vote, but do it safely. → Read More