Meredith Parker, WTOC11

Meredith Parker


Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Meredith:

Meeting held in Savannah about possible creation of archaeology ordinance

The City of Savannah hosted a meeting Thursday to discuss the formation of an archaeology ordinance. → Read More

Savannah City Council gives final approval on new arena exterior design

The clock was really ticking to do so because they just broke ground two weekends ago. → Read More

Crews say it could take months to remove capsized ship from St. Simons Sound

Over the next few weeks, officials say the Coast Guard and Georgia DNR will work with other crews to pump fuel out of the ship’s tanks so that it doesn’t keep impacting the Georgia coastline. → Read More

1 injured in overnight shooting in Savannah

Police are investigating a shooting overnight in Savannah. → Read More

City of Savannah to celebrate completion of new home on blight property

The city of Savannah is continuing its Savannah Shines initiative in the Edgemere-Sackville neighborhood. → Read More

Savannah Police using more doorbell surveillance footage to help solve crimes

Savannah Police will now be able to request tips and videos of any crimes that may have been captured from nearby neighbors. → Read More

Beaufort Co. school system sets 3 make-up days for Hurricane Dorian

The Beaufort County Board of Education has approved three make-up days due to Hurricane Dorian. → Read More

National Voter Registration Day: Where you can get registered in Southeast Ga.

Tuesday, Sept. 24 is National Voter Registration Day and one organization will be hosting several local events to help people with the registration process. → Read More

City of Savannah hoping to collect over $6.5 million in unpaid water bills

In the last three years, it’s become increasingly difficult for the water department to keep up with collecting old, overdue bills. Now, they are calling in for back-up. → Read More

CNT seeks wanted persons connected to investigation

The Chatham-Savannah Narcotics Team is asking for help as they work to locate nine different people that are wanted in connection to the same investigation. → Read More

Georgia homeowner fatally shoots 3 masked teens allegedly trying to rob him

None of the three intended robbery victims were injured, according to the sheriff’s office. → Read More

Hampton County school districts 1 & 2 hold third meeting to discuss consolidation

In two years, school buses with Hampton County District 2 could be driving students in District 1. In fact, the two districts will start sharing special education services and food services this year. → Read More

Harvard freshman barred from US, allegedly over friends’ social media posts

U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed the 17-year-old Palestinian from Lebanon was turned away at the border but declined to provide any details. → Read More

Law enforcement agencies across the South gearing up for Labor Day Weekend

More than 100 officers, deputies and troopers at the bottom of the Talmadge Bridge were checking for drunk driving, no seat belts, distracted driving, and speeding. → Read More

Residents voice concerns surrounding future Canal District

West Savannah residents are not excited about what will happen to their neighborhoods after the city builds the new massive arena. → Read More

Highlands residents leave city meeting upset after discussing future of Benton Blvd.

In a news release Thursday, Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach said his top priority is listening to residents’ concerns regarding the Benton Boulevard extension project. → Read More

Parents voice concerns at EPA meeting regarding trash fire near Okatie Elementary

The EPA says in emergency response situations like this, they usually do not hold these meetings, but considering the impact, about 150 residents showed up for answers. → Read More

Search for missing fisherman expanded up Georgia coast

The U.S. Coast Guard is moving their search and rescue mission north for two Florida boaters who have been missing since Friday. → Read More

Another water advisory issued for portion of Tybee Island

Water samples collected at Tybee Middle Beach at Center Terrace - which is the area of beach from Lovell Street to 11th Street - have tested above the recommended levels for enterococcus bacteria. → Read More

Savannah PD set to open new Central Precinct

The Savannah Police Department will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Central Police Precinct on Tuesday, Aug. 20. → Read More