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Chatham Co. bank employee sentenced for $750,000 in fraudulent loans

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — A former Georgia bank employee has been sentenced to federal prison for using a stolen identity to take out more than $750,000 in fraudulent loans. A U.S. District Court judge ordered a 10-month prison sentence for Jason McMillan of Savannah after he pleaded guilty to bank fraud charges. Continue Reading on… Keep Reading

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Georgians to Celebrate School Choice Week with Statewide School Choice Virtual Panel, Savannah Charter School Expo

SAVANNAH, Ga., Jan. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Georgia will celebrate School Choice Week with a pair of virtual events supporting families in Savannah and statewide in navigating their school options for 2022-2023. On Tuesday, Jan. 25, the Virtual Savannah Charter School Expo will allow families to hear directly from the leaders of the city’s public charter schools as they share their schools’… Keep Reading

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What happens if you skip jury duty?

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Jury duty can be intimidating for many and difficult to attend for those who need to arrange for child care or take time off of work. But what happens if you skip it altogether? In south Georgia, including Savannah, the consequences could be serious. According to the Southern District of Georgia,… Keep Reading

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