Savannah hospitality industry still short-staffed, workers see opportunities elsewhere

Walk by any business establishment in Savannah and you’re almost guaranteed to see a sign of the times: Placards that read either “Help Wanted” or announcing limited operating hours due to a worker shortage. Some storefronts feature both. More than a year has passed since the COVID-19 pandemic decimated jobs, and businesses continue to struggle to fill open positions as… Keep Reading

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Multiple crashes cause major delays on I-95 in Hardeeville area

HARDEEVILLE, S.C. (WSAV) – A series of crashes on Interstate 95 caused major delays in the Hardeeville area Thursday night. The Hardeeville Fire Department tells WSAV News 3 crews responded to seven crashes in total. No serious injuries were reported, according to the department’s assistant chief, Joey Rowell. He said just north of Hardeeville city… Keep Reading

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Georgia Southern’s 3 campuses ready to get back to face-to-face classes

STATESBORO, Ga. (WTOC) – Next month, 27,000 students will start the Fall semester across three campuses in Statesboro, Savannah, and Hinesville. Georgia Southern University students return to classes Aug. 11. GSU’s president says they’ll see some differences from the past year of pandemic protocols. “A regular schedule of classes with face-to-face offerings will be closer… Keep Reading

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