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Chatham County police almost fully staffed

A little more than seven months since it returned to patrol the streets of unincorporated Chatham, the county police force is making quick work of hiring → Read More

Chatham County sees credit ratings improve

The Chatham County government announced Friday it is on the cusp of attaining what Commission Chairman Al Scott calls “the Holy Grail of Bond → Read More

SS Savannah table provides more than history lesson for Savannah Tech students

For decades, it was stationed on the rear portico of Savannah’s historic Owens-Thomas House, enduring the coastal city’s regular onslaught of heat and humidity, sunshine and rainfall.But the centuries-old cast iron table was given a new lease on life recently, when officials with the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum acquired it at auction and, with the help of the Savannah Technical College’s… → Read More

Chatham Area Transit looks ahead for aid from state transit funds

With support for public transportation on the upswing across the Peach State, Chatham Area Transit officials say the time is right to advocate for → Read More

Chatham commission OKs townhome community off LaRoche Avenue

Developers planning a 57-unit townhome community on LaRoche Avenue in eastern Chatham County got approval this week to move ahead. Following a lengthy → Read More

Chatham commission OKs townhome community off LaRoche

Developers planning a 57-unit townhome community on LaRoche Avenue in eastern Chatham County got approval this week to move ahead. Following a lengthy discussion, the Chatham County Commission voted 7-2 on Friday approve a request from Godley Station West to rezone 15 acres of land from a single-family designation to allow for the multifamily development. Commissioners Helen Stone and Jay Jones… → Read More

Chatham commission gets update on police staffing, crime

Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley took time to remind the public Friday that the most commonly reported crime in the unincorporated areas is also → Read More

Pooler resident uses 3D printer to create hands, arms to those in need

While some people take to collecting stamps or playing board games, Pooler resident Brian Mims has found a way to use his spare time to literally give a → Read More

Chatham County adopts budget with raises for some workers, no property tax increase

The Chatham County Commission has adopted a combined $233 million budget that provides funding for the development of a multi-agency resource center for → Read More

County adopts budget with raises for some workers, no property tax increase

The Chatham County Commission has adopted a combined $233 million budget that provides funding for the development of a multi-agency resource center for → Read More

CAT readying for the future of Savannah area transportation

There are a host of changes coming up at Chatham Area Transit, and the agency’s chief executive officer says they have a road map in place to help them navigate through the months and years to come.Speaking recently at what has become an annual interview with the Savannah Morning News on the state of the transit system, CAT CEO and Executive Director Curtis Koleber said his board has approved a… → Read More

County OKs Wilmington Island drainage project

A long-awaited Wilmington Island drainage improvement project got approval to move ahead from Chatham County commissioners.The $3.97 million contract with → Read More

Chatham County hires new E-911 leadership

In preparation for their impending takeover of Emergency 911, Chatham County commissioners voted Friday to spend nearly $240,000 annually to install new → Read More

Chatham police chief: More officers coming, Wilmington Island thefts on the rise

Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley reported Friday that a little more than a month since it resumed responsibility for unincorporated Chatham, his → Read More

Chatham County contracts for concessions at improved Henderson Golf Course

Chatham County officials are adding a new amenity to the Al Henderson Golf Course, the latest change to come to the southwest Chatham course since the county resumed operations in September 2016. → Read More

Chatham Area Transit board to reassess its new conduct policy

Members of the governing board of Chatham Area Transit are stepping back from a code of conduct policy they considered late last month. → Read More

Chatham Area Transit board to reassess new policy on conduct

Members of the governing board of Chatham Area Transit are stepping back from a code of conduct policy they considered late last month. → Read More

Chatham clears back payment for past police services

The Chatham County Commission on Friday authorized staff to cut a $2.1 million check to the city of Savannah for police services provided in the past. → Read More

State elections investigators open case on Tybee councilman

Investigators with the Georgia Secretary of State’s election division are examining whether a Tybee Island councilman was qualified to run for the office he won last fall. → Read More

Chatham Area Transit Board adopts new rules for conduct

The governing board of Chatham Area Transit is holding itself to a higher standard of conduct and ethics from now on. → Read More