Mary Landers, SavannahNow

Mary Landers


Savannah, GA, United States

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Past articles by Mary:

Buddy Carter serves on the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis but believes there's no crisis

Coastal Georgia Congressman Buddy Carter doesn't accept that the world warming at a rate unprecedented in human history is a crisis. → Read More

Speeding vessels threaten Georgia state marine mammal, the endangered right whale

The zone around Savannah -- from Wilmington, NC to Brunswick, GA -- was the worst, with almost 90% of large vessels found speeding. → Read More

Hundreds of COVID vaccines expired, destroyed in Chatham County because of lack of use

Last month the Chatham County Health Department destroyed 321 doses of Pfizer vaccine that expired June 30. → Read More

COVID surges again in Chatham County as vaccine doses approach expiration date

Over the last three weeks, Chatham County's COVID transmission index has nearly tripled. → Read More

Bold and beautiful, peacocks strut in this Southside Savannah neighborhood

One male and several female peacocks have made themselves at home near Vernonburg → Read More

Savannah goes from hot to hotter as climate warms

An analysis by the nonprofit Climate Central says the average temperature of a Savannah summer day has increased by 2 degrees Fahrenheit since 1970. → Read More

Mayor, local faith leaders preach on masks and COVID vaccines as virus threatens comeback

Chatham County is posting COVID transmission rates and hospitalizations higher than they've been in months. → Read More

Bald eagles get more urban as numbers rise in Chatham

Chatham is once again the top county for bald eagles in Georgia with 26 nests counted here this year. → Read More

Solar bulk buy program surges in Savannah but may hit a roadblock with net metering

A bulk purchasing program that makes rooftop solar more affordable faces a hurdle because of solar's popularity. → Read More

Tropical Storm Elsa departs Chatham, leaving power outages but little damage

Elsa brought drenching rain, branch-snapping winds and thousands of power outages overnight Wednesday into Thursday. → Read More

First Lady Jill Biden to speak Thursday at Chatham COVID clinic at Beach High School

Jill Biden will tour a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Savannah Thursday to encourage community residents to get vaccinated. → Read More

Tropical Storm Elsa: Georgia governor declares state of emergency as coast expects heavy rainfall

Expect a rainy, windy Wednesday into Thursday as Tropical Storm Elsa sweeps through the Savannah area. → Read More

Thousands of Chatham residents think they’re safe from flooding. They aren’t

For first-time home buyer Kristina Johnson, 23, a new online tool called “Flood Factor” confirms what... → Read More

Expect heavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Elsa in Chatham Wednesday

Expected impacts to Chatham County include heavy rainfall of 3-5 inches and rip currents. Localized amounts could exceed 8 inches. → Read More

As July 4 approaches, Savannah COVID-19 hospitalizations spike, hit unvaccinated, under 65

COVID hospitalizations and transmission have increased recently around Savannah, raising worries about July 4th get-togethers. → Read More

Meatless in Savannah: Here's where vegans go out to dine in the area

If you're looking to eat less meat or you're already vegan, these are restaurants to try around Savannah. → Read More

Ransomware investigation and effects continue at St. Joseph's/Candler

Nearly two weeks after a ransomware attack was first detected at St. Joseph's/Candler, the area's largest healthcare system is still not back to normal. → Read More

Effingham Health rebrands to highlight expanded services

Effingham Health rebranded to reflect its advancements like robotic assisted surgery, enhanced cancer care and a pediatrics group that does outreach. → Read More

Healthcare ransomware attack in Savannah part of a growing trend

The ransomware attack on St. Joseph's/Candler that was first detected on June 17 is part of a growing trend of such attacks. → Read More

Savannah healthcare providers bring vaccines to the mall, mobile home parks

Healthcare providers are bringing the COVID vaccine to Savannah homes and shopping mall. → Read More