Zach Logan, WTOC11

Zach Logan

WTOC11

Savannah, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • WTOC11
Past:
  • WMBFNews.com
  • WSFA 12 News
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WAFB
  • WALB News 10
  • KSLA News 12
  • KCRG
  • WNEM TV5
  • CBS46

Recent articles by Zach:

Health officials seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases among youths

The Coastal Health District says of the counties they serve, they are seeing around 15-percent of positive cases are found in those that are 25 or younger. → Read More

City council considers expanding Savannah’s open container zone

The city of Savannah is looking to expand its open container zone throughout different neighborhoods. → Read More

City of Richmond Hill holding food drive with donor perks

The city of Richmond Hill is holding a food drive for two of its local food banks Thursday and there's a special gift for the community. → Read More

Existing home sales plunge 9.7% in 3rd straight monthly drop

Sales fell in all regions of the country, with the biggest decline coming in the Northeast where virus infections were especially heavy. → Read More

Boy with autism dies after falling from grandmother’s ninth-floor balcony in Mass.

Police were investigating the case, looking for any clues as to how the boy got out of the window. Foul play is not suspected, officials say. → Read More

Savannah city leaders call emergency meeting after spike in COVID-19 case

With COVID-19 cases rising in Chatham County, city leaders want to hear from the Coastal Health District on what they can do to stop the spread. → Read More

SEDA creates new incentive to attract more young professionals to Chatham County

The Savannah Economic Development Authority is trying to attract more young professionals to Chatham County. → Read More

With more large gathering allowed in Ga., some popular Savannah events start planning for fall

With more large gatherings allowed to take place soon in Georgia, some popular events, like the Savannah Food & Wine Festival and the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, are beginning to look towards the fall. → Read More

McLaws Monument in Savannah’s Forsyth Park vandalized overnight

The monument to Lafayette McLaws, which stands in front of the Confederate Memorial in Forsyth Park, was vandalized overnight. → Read More

Savannah city council to allow public comment during virtual meetings

Savannah city council continues to conduct its regular meetings virtually, but now there is a new way that the public can join in on the conversation. → Read More

City of Savannah working to improve some busy streets

The City of Savannah is working on improving its infrastructure by resurfacing some busy streets. → Read More

New program helps Savannah restaurants expand outdoor seating

The city of Savannah says at least 20 restaurants are now offering more outside dining thanks to a new pilot program. → Read More

Tybee Main Street Program lends a hand to local businesses

Tybee Island’s Main Street Program is trying to help their small businesses bounce back after feeling impacts from COVID-19 through a new grant program. → Read More

Tybee art gallery owners push for more creativity on the island

Your future beach trips to Tybee could include more art. → Read More

Summer camps adjust to comply with COVID-19 guidelines

Children across the Coastal Empire are heading to summer camp this week. But because of the state’s guidelines due to COVID-19, the Y is having to limit their enrollment numbers. → Read More

CNN reporter, crew arrested on air in Minneapolis

CNN reporter Omar Jimenez and his crew were arrested on air from Minneapolis Friday morning. → Read More

In-person mass resumes Sunday in Ga. under new procedures

It will be a big weekend for many Catholic churches as they prepare to resume in-person mass. But the worship experience will look a little different. → Read More

Coastal Ga. Botanical Gardens set to reopen Thursday

The Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm will reopen on Thursday, May 28, following the Coronavirus shutdown. → Read More

Savannah veterans honor fallen heroes at Laurel Grove South

On Memorial Day, members of the American Legion Post 500 would normally meet at Laurel Grove South Cemetery for a special ceremony. → Read More

Official: Pakistani passenger plane crashes near Karachi

The aircraft arriving from the eastern city of Lahore was carrying 99 passengers and eight crew members. → Read More