Zach Logan, WTOC11

Zach Logan


Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

Ga. school districts preparing to vaccinate teachers, staff

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School District is releasing more details on how it plans to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to its faculty and staff members. → Read More

Thousands of SCCPSS students returning to the classroom Monday

Starting Monday, Feb. 22, more than 12,000 Savannah-Chatham County Public School students will begin returning to the classroom. → Read More

Senior Citizens, Inc. working with state leaders to administer vaccines to homebound seniors

Senior Citizens, Inc. is working with the Georgia Department of Public Health to help bring the COVID-19 vaccine to more homebound seniors. → Read More

Area churches taking safety precautions for Ash Wednesday services

Typically, many would attend special Ash Wednesday services, but the pandemic is causing churches to alter their plans. → Read More

SCCPSS board member pushing for teacher vaccinations in Ga.

As Georgia continues to vaccinate seniors, healthcare workers, and first responders, a Savannah-Chatham school board member is urging the state to make the shots available to teachers. → Read More

City to hold construction industry job fair for help on new Savannah Arena

Progress is being made on the new Savannah Arena. And now, the city says it’s going to need additional help. → Read More

State Police: Man killed after explosion at baby shower

Investigators said it happened Saturday night when a homeowner fired a small cannon device to celebrate the baby’s pending arrival. → Read More

Ga. congressman responds to President Biden’s COVID-19 relief plan

WTOC spoke to Congressman Buddy Carter about President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan and what he hopes will change before lawmakers take a vote. → Read More

Filming impacts traffic in downtown Savannah, set to wrap soon

After nearly a year of not seeing any film crews in Savannah due to COVID-19, Hollywood has found its way back to the Hostess City. → Read More

New law to help remove some criminal records in Ga.

A Savannah attorney is working to make sure those with a criminal past know about Georgia’s newest expungement law. → Read More

Georgia to receive more doses of COVID-19 vaccines

The federal government announced that Georgia will begin receiving 25,000+ more COVID-19 vaccines weekly. → Read More

Public input still needed for Forsyth Park Master Plan

The Friends of Forsyth still wants to hear from citizens about what they like and don’t like about Forsyth Park. → Read More

Walmart to begin COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Ga.

More partners are signing on to offer the COVID-19 vaccine to those who qualify under the current phase. → Read More

SCCPSS school board holding first meeting of 2021

The SCCPSS school board will reconvene on Wednesday for its first meeting of 2021, and COVID-19 and the return to in-person learning are expected to be big topics. → Read More

Experts offer tax preparation tips as tax season gets underway

It’s the beginning of a new year and that means it’s time to get your taxes in order. → Read More

Senior Citizens, Inc. holding ribbon cutting for new building

SCI will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new building on Friday, Jan. 8 → Read More

Most Savannah churches still holding Christmas services

The coronavirus is changing the way people celebrate the holidays this year, and that includes how they worship on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. → Read More

Chatham Co. to begin early counting of absentee ballots

The Chatham County Board of Elections will begin processing absentee ballots ahead of next month’s senate runoff. → Read More

SCCPSS board holding last meeting of 2020

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School Board will meet Wednesday for what will be their final meeting of 2020. → Read More

Savannah Christian preparing for next semester with COVID-19 protocols still in place

Savannah Christian Preparatory School says they will continue to follow their COVID-19 safety measures next semester to keep their faculty, staff, and students safe. → Read More