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2014/11/26 05:10
2014/11/26 05:10
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... are talking about stray bullets killing our babies. And all I can think about when I approached our city manager was our children," said Shabazz. City and police leaders began the meeting by...
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2014/11/26 04:53
2014/11/26 04:53
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The Savannah City Council on Tuesday followed through with a promise to start the Project Ceasefire Initiative and implement a strategic plan for fighting back against violent crime in area...
2014/11/25 04:53
2014/11/25 04:53
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Six designated properties have been brought into compliance since the city of Savannah announced it would target the 100 worst eyesores as part of an anti-blight initiative launched on Aug. 20. The...
2014/11/22 03:53
2014/11/22 03:53
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FORMER METRO police chief Willie Lovett was forced to retire last September. After Friday, he’s got a new retirement destination: A federal prison. On its second day of deliberations, a federal jury...
2014/11/19 18:38
2014/11/19 18:38
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It's a strategy rooted not only in Obama's long-stated concern about global warming, but also in political reality. Two weeks ago, Obama watched his prospects for realizing his goals on education,...
2014/11/18 02:53
2014/11/18 02:53
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THE EFFORT to clean up the ongoing mess in Chatham County Recorder’s Court is back to square one. That’s bad news for the public and the city and county court systems. In fact, the best hope at a...
2014/11/16 04:53
2014/11/16 04:53
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With litter-lined embankments and the occasional rusty pipe stretching across the murky water’s surface, it’s unlikely someone would look at the Ogeechee-Springfield canal on Savannah’s west side and...
2014/11/16 03:53
2014/11/16 03:53
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City officials cheerily announced last week that they don’t plan on hiking Savannah’s property tax rate next year to balance the budget. “There were challenges with the 2015 budget, but we did it,”...
2014/11/13 03:53
2014/11/13 03:53
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Savannah is planning on increasing spending and employee pay next year, while maintaining the same property tax rate. City staffers presented the $181 million operations budget for 2015 during the...
2014/11/12 23:10
2014/11/12 23:10
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Savannah City Council discusses property maintenance issues at retreatPosted: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 5:24 PM ESTUpdated: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 5:24 PM EST On Wednesday they aired our...
2014/11/12 06:19
2014/11/12 06:19
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Then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-IL, and then-Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-NY, at an event in Unity, New Hampshire during the 2008 presidential campaign. (Mario Tama/GETTY IMAGES) As the presumptive...
2014/11/12 03:53
2014/11/12 03:53
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THE NEW chief of the Savannah-Chatham police department asked the public for “some honeymoon period” on Monday, his first day on the job here. That should be a given. The problems inside Metro...
2014/11/08 13:33
2014/11/08 13:33
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CBS’ “Face the Nation” celebrates its 60th anniversary this weekend with President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. Also on the...
2014/11/08 04:53
2014/11/08 04:53
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Let me see if I got this right. We design and build a new school, everyone has input along the way, and, after the whole thing is painted, some don’t like the color. Then they vote to spend $56,000...
2014/11/07 02:53
2014/11/07 02:53
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SOMETHING IS terribly wrong with Chatham County Recorder’s Court and it’s up to local officials to fix it. On Thursday, this newspaper reported that at least 50 people have fallen through the court’s...
2014/11/05 11:17
2014/11/05 11:17
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There is more media than ever covering American political life. And with each major election, the coverage seems to get worse – or, at least, more confused and misguided. That is certainly the story...
2014/11/05 07:19
2014/11/05 07:19
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Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) was joined by former senator Bob Dole, right, at a September campaign stop in Dodge City, Kan. (Charlie Riedel/AP) One night in early September, Senate Minority Leader Mitch...
2014/11/05 00:19
2014/11/05 00:19
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Numbers, numbers, numbers — they haven’t been looking good for Democrats all fall. That means that Democratic and liberal-leaning analysts who’ve been offering political analysis today have faced an...
2014/11/02 03:53
2014/11/02 03:53
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The Savannah Sand Gnats appear to be a year away from bugging out. Say it ain’t so, Gnate the Gnat. At last week’s City Council meeting, the mayor and alderman approved a recommendation from City...
2014/10/30 03:53
2014/10/30 03:53
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A lot has changed since Savannah’s 1907 “taxi” ordinance required a sober male behind the reins of a horse-pulled carriage that cost $1 an hour for a lift. Still, the most recent ordinance is 37...
2014/11/26 05:10
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