While many communities around the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry have either cancelled or postponed events around Martin Luther King Junior Day, in Effingham County they are pressing on, with some slight changes
Joe Marinelli, President of Visit Savannah, says of the hotels he’s spoken to this week in Savannah’s Historic District, most are reporting occupancy rates in the high 80′s, which is right on par for this time of year.
The roadways aren’t as busy as they were yesterday with holiday travel traffic, but that doesn’t mean law enforcement agencies like Georgia State Patrol are relaxing their effort to keep people safe behind the wheel.
Over the next few weeks people will be gathering to celebrate Christmas and the new year, so health officials say they want people to be mindful of others as we are still in a pandemic and the omicron variant spreads.
SAFE Shelter Savannah got an extra special delivery Friday thanks to the help of some local Realtors. Providing gifts for women and their children looking to start over after being impacted by domestic violence.
Santa got a little extra help making a Christmas Wish come true for one very special patient at the Dwaine and Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah, Coleman Bohannon, who’s battling Leukemia.