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SCCPSS launches ‘Walking School Bus’ program at Godley Station K8

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WTGS) — Students at Godley Station School in Chatham County tested out the Safe Routes and Walking School Bus program for the first time, Wednesday. Savannah Chatham County School System (SCCPSS) Campus Police launched the program as a way to provide safety to students who walk to school. “With our enrollment, we have… Keep Reading

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Chatham education advocates emphasize importance of accessible Pre-K

Jaime Detzi first became a staunch prekindergarten advocate three years ago. As the executive director for Chatham Education Foundation (CEF), she’d be talking with a CEF board member about Chatham County Schools’ first Kindergarten readiness camp, which her organization was funding. “We just started thinking, ‘OK, that was a three-week, half-day camp, and it did… Keep Reading

Chatham County voters see little to no changes

SAVANNAH, Ga. —Early voting is underway in the first election in Georgia with Senate Bill 202 in place. The Bill was signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp on March 25. The restrictive law affects several voting areas including limiting drop boxes, requiring proof of identification when voting by mail and stopping people from handing… Keep Reading

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Friends of Lower Haw Ask County To Invest in Haw River Trail Now

The Haw River is an important natural resource the county should invest in before rapid Pittsboro development ensues, the all-volunteer group Friends of Lower Haw River State Natural Area told county commissioners at the board’s meeting last month. In addition to wanting to see a Haw River trails corridor/feasibility study completed, the organization’s president, Gretchen… Keep Reading

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Early voting begins in Georgia; Chatham Co. voters should expect changes

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Election officials kick off early voting Monday in Georgia. Due to Senate Bill 202, voters should expect several changes in Chatham County when it comes to in-person voting and mail-in ballots. Voters can expect to use new electronic ballot marking devices while voting in-person.  New guidelines for absentee voting include having… Keep Reading

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