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Part of Historic Savannah Ogeechee Canal trail nearly destroyed

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WTOC) – A hidden treasure that winds through Chatham County was nearly plundered this past weekend. A developer tore up a part of the Historic Savannah Ogeechee Canal trail to make way for new houses off Quacco Road. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the canal winds 16.5 miles from… Keep Reading

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Home holiday safety tips from Pooler Police Dept.

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – For most, this is the season of giving. However sadly, for some it’s also become a season of taking. That’s why the Pooler Police Department has now deployed their “Elf Patrol.” Each year the police department steps up their enforcement around areas that tend to see an increase in crime during… Keep Reading

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Georgia testing new machines ahead of 2020 elections

Georgia’s election officials are getting ready for next year’s presidential race. After last year’s chaotic gubernatorial election, the state is rolling out new machines and addressing other problems. “It was horrendous. Four and a half hour wait, and we didn’t get out of there until midnight,” said Rick Ellison, a poll volunteer who witnessed the… Keep Reading

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Residents push back against proposed Pooler development project

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – Pooler and development seem to go hand in hand. But one section of town is pushing back, and at least for now, winning. Monday the Pooler Planning and Zoning Board unanimously voted to recommend denying the “Pooler Promenade Development” The proposal includes adding several three story buildings near the neighborhood. The… Keep Reading

Chase Bank expands to Savannah

Savannah and surrounding area residents have a new choice when it comes to handing their finances as Chase Bank enters the local market with the opening of three new local branches. The first opens today, Tuesday Dec. 10, at 35 Meeting Street on Skidaway Island. Mark Adams, regional director for Chase Consumer Banking in Georgia… Keep Reading

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Pooler residents upset over approved development

POOLER, Ga. — In Pooler, growth has become a part of everyday life but some residents are concerned too much growth could create several problems in the community. On Monday, Pooler City Council approved the rezoning of an area off Highway 80 and Sangrena Drive, a decision that many people who live nearby strongly disagree… Keep Reading

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