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Attorneys for the city of Savannah yesterday urged the state Court of Appeals to reconsider its ruling reversing a trial judge’s dismissal of a suit by 50 Savannah Fire & Emergency Services captains...
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Every other Thursday the Savannah City Council holds a workshop at 10 a.m. in what amounts to a pre-meeting ahead of its regularly scheduled biweekly meeting at 2 p.m. Despite the consistent...
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The recent passing of Robert Espinoza is a heart-wrenching reminder of just how much in our lives we simply take for granted without fully expressing the magnitude of our gratitude. Robert’s impact...
2015/06/25 19:53
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Savannah City Manager Stephanie Cutter told the mayor and aldermen Thursday she will have a recommendation for a Savannah-Chatham police pay increase at the City Council’s first meeting in...
2015/06/23 22:11
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Port Wentworth couple to have court date after husband tased, arrestedPort Wentworth couple to have court date after husband tased, arrested A Port Wentworth couple who spent their honeymoon in jail...
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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Savannah has had a rather tumultuous history when it comes to the personalities and managing styles of its city managers. For Cutter, it is finding common ground with her city...
2015/06/23 13:53
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The state Court of Appeals has reversed a trial judge’s dismissal of a suit by 50 Savannah Fire & Emergency Services captains seeking increased pay. The ruling entered returns the case to Chatham...
2015/06/18 15:54
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Tales of the city of Savannah’s less than stellar interaction with (a) existing businesses, (b) new businesses trying to get started and (c) potential businesses thinking about becoming businesses are...
2015/06/16 01:53
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The debate – and competition – between Savannah taxi drivers and popular ride-hailing services shifted gears last month when Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law two bills that provide public safety and...
2015/06/13 02:53
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Pam Hoang will have to take down and cover up anything identifying her business, Savannah’s Shell Shop. The dangling shells and blue canopy above her store’s entrance would not be appropriate in a...
2015/06/12 22:03
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Jake Tapper debuts this weekend as host of CNN's "State of the Union." He interviews former President Bill Clinton, who weighs in on Hillary Clinton's campaign for president, the Clinton Foundation...
2015/06/12 02:53
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About six months since the first check came in, city staffers are proposing a change to how some Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax dollars are spent. Under a plan presented Thursday to help pay...
2015/06/12 02:53
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Already a common fixture in many Savannah neighborhoods, backyard chickens and urban beehives are poised to get a long-awaited stamp of approval from City Council. Staff from Animal Control and the...
2015/06/07 02:53
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In civil litigation it is often said that a good settlement is one where neither party is happy with the outcome. In the case of the city’s litigation with Batson-Cook (and its subcontractor)...
2015/06/03 02:53
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On Friday evening, about 100 people showed up at Aldersgate United Methodist Church near the intersection of Pennsylvania and Tennessee avenues to talk about crime and ask the Savannah-Chatham Police...
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Hillary Clinton speaks at the Center for American Progress in Washington in March. (Pete Marovich/Bloomberg News) Adam Nagourney is the Los Angeles bureau chief for the New York Times. Though he’s...
2015/05/31 00:53
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On Thursday afternoon, members of the Savannah City Council agreed to pay $16.5 million to settle a seven-year-old lawsuit over cost overruns that occurred during construction of the Whitaker Street...
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While many of Savannah’s residents and visitors were out enjoying the end of the work week Friday evening, 100 or so headed to an east side church to air their grievances about crime to police and...
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The city of Savannah will pay $16.5 million to settle a 7-year-old lawsuit concerning cost overruns that occurred during the construction of the underground Whitaker Street garage, as part of a...
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During the past 12 months, Chatham County Manager Lee Smith has been a familiar name in a variety of reports related to county government and its activities, whether it’s negotiations over a potential...
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