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Jepson Center offering free weekend to Savannah, Chatham Co. residents

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center will be open free to Savannah and Chatham County residents this weekend, April 16-18. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday, the museum will offer free admission to the large contemporary art space on Telfair Square, in partnership with the City of Savannah. Face masks are… Keep Reading

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Georgia Breaks the Top 3 in Safe-State Survey

As employees shifted to working from home due to COVID-19 and moving to cities they wanted to live in rather than had to live in, job matchmakers Expertise.com started studying crime rates across the country. Its new safe-state ranking revealed that Georgia is the country’s third-safest state, behind only Massachusetts (No. 1) and Connecticut (No. 2). The company analyzed the FBI… Keep Reading

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New Residents Will Never Regret Moving to Georgia

Many people reach a point in life when they are tired of living in an older home that requires constant upkeep. When the desire to build a new home comes about, these individuals should look into companies like Landmark 24 Homes that have been constructing everything from modest single-family homes to spacious 4000 sq. ft.… Keep Reading

Introducing www.supportourpoolerrestaurants.com

As part of our commitment to the Pooler community and our local businesses, we have launched a new site aimed at keeping a current and accurate lists of all of the local restaurants open for business. You can check it out by going to www.supportourpoolerrestaurants.com. If you go to the site with your mobile device,… Keep Reading

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Savannah woman marks 100th birthday

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — A local woman marked an incredible milestone on Friday. Laura Lipsey Langley entered her 100th year of life on Jan. 10, 2020. The Rocky Ford, Georgia, native says she feels “blessed” to have so many fulfilling years behind her. “How do I feel? Wonderful,” the centenarian told News 3. “It’s just… Keep Reading

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