Zoe Nicholson, SavannahNow

Zoe Nicholson


Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Zoe:

GDOT: New cables for Talmadge Bridge a temporary fix, long-term solution still undecided

A long-term study to find a permanent solution to the Talmadge's height problem is still underway, per GDOT. → Read More

City leaders balk at 'absolutely ridiculous' proposal to increase Chatham share of sales tax

The latest proposals from Chairman Chester Ellis and municipal leaders again stalls the LOST renewal process, which must be approved by Dec. 31, 2022. → Read More

Hurricane Ian: Chatham officials to end local state of emergency at 6 p.m. Friday

While officials said they do not see a need for evacuation, there are steps to prepare for flooding and gusts of wind as Hurricane Ian impacts Georgia → Read More

Hurricane Ian: Salvation Army opening emergency shelter, CAT offering free transportation

The Salvation Army is opening an emergency shelter at Compassion Christian Church, beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday. → Read More

U.S. Sugar to purchase Imperial Sugar, upgrades planned for Savannah refinery

The company buying Imperial Sugar owns and operates its own sugar cane fields in southwest Florida. → Read More

Home of Savannah Civil Rights leader W.W. Law honored by Historic Savannah Foundation

The mid-century craftsmen home on West Victory Drive was home to W.W. Law from the 1950s until his death in 2002. → Read More

Savannah Mall sold in online auction. What comes next?

A report from WJCL stated the mall sold for $8.5 million after a three-day online auction. → Read More

GSU Economic Monitor: Regional growth slows, pointing toward stabilizing economy

The Savannah-area economy continued its post-COVID rebound in the first quarter of 2022, but growth slowed from last year's breakneck pace, according to the Economic Monitor, a quarterly report from Georgia Southern University Professor Michael Toma. → Read More

In May, home sales reached an average of $280,000 in Chatham, Effingham and Bryan Counties

For Jabbar Adesada's Savannah house hunt, the 15th time was the charm. He starting his search for a multi-unit property in February. → Read More

'You feel unseen': Annual Plan C bake sale takes on new meaning ahead of possible Roe v. Wade reversal

As Roe v. Wade reversal looms, Savannah bakers come together for Plan C's third annual bake sale to raise funds for Planned Parenthood Southeast. → Read More

First City Progress: 200-acre development on Veteran's Parkway moves forward after 15-year delay

The property was first approved in 2007 as a site for senior care and the campus for Calvary Day School, but has been reimagined as residential. → Read More

Chatham County property taxes too high? See if you qualify for exemptions before April 1

There are several exemptions available for homeowners who live in their home permanently, according to a release from the Chatham Tax Commissioner. → Read More

AC Hotel coming to Savannah's waterfront at former Savannah Electric headquarters site

The hotel has been in the works since 2013, when a hotelier bought the Georgia Power property on River Street's east end. → Read More

Sold to the highest bidder: Woman fights to save Gullah Geechee land through tax payments

One woman's organization has saved more than 300 homes in the lowcountry from going to county tax sales. → Read More

Behind on rent? Denied for a mortgage? Here's where to find housing help in Savannah

The Savannah Morning News compiled a list of resources for people in need of rental and housing help. → Read More

Five developments to watch: Updates on Yamacraw demolition, Hutchinson Island marina & more

Here are updates on major developments in Savannah, including the Yamacraw Village demolition, Hutchinson Island marina and the Fairgrounds site plan. → Read More

How Savannah plans to use the $19 million it budgeted for affordable housing, homelessness

In this year's budget, aldermen and the mayor approved a record $19 million to tackle the affordable housing crisis and issues of homelessness. → Read More

TSPLOST referendum may be pushed to November ballot after county, city officials spar

The question of whether the county will collect $420 million in penny sales tax to fund road improvements is murky after a contentious meeting. → Read More

'Today is about the community': Union Mission volunteers serve Thanksgiving to 300 people

About 40 volunteers helped put on Union Mission's annual Thanksgiving meal and clothing drive, which serves 300 people experiencing homelessness. → Read More

Advocates call on Chemours to vow never to operate titanium mine near Okefenokee Swamp

An environmental-minded investment company has asked Chemours shareholders to vow never to operate or profit from a proposed titanium mine. → Read More