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Good News: Country Financial donating to the community

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Local businesses that have been able to keep working during the health crisis have been helping those that have had to shut down. A national insurance company with offices across the Coastal Empire is giving back to the local communities where it operates. “Our business is generally tied to relationships, one… Keep Reading

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CAT receives $1.8M grant for new zero-emission electric buses

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) – Senator Kelly Loeffler announced Wednesday that Chatham Area Transit (CAT) has received a $1.8 million grant. The grant money will be used to purchase new zero-emission electric buses, according to a statement from Loeffler. The senator said she sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Transportation in support of… Keep Reading

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Local restaurants dealing with high beef prices

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Restaurants that have already been hit hard as a result of the pandemic are now facing another issue. The price of beef is going through the roof. On the surface, it may seem as though it’s business as usual at Barnes Restaurant. But that’s certainly not the case. They’re still only serving… Keep Reading

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Pool business swimming in success despite pandemic

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – While many businesses have faced a tough road due to COVID-19, some have actually reaped the benefits of families spending more time at home. One of those industries: pools and spas. Something that came as a surprise to many, including those in the business. Like Pride Pools and Spas in Savannah… Keep Reading

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Local Savannah restaurant moves to to-go orders

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) -With the way things currently are at the moment, some businesses will have a difficult time going forward with proper social distancing. That would be the case for one long-standing local restaurant that was based on sitting around the table and passing food to people you may have just met for the… Keep Reading

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Restaurant owner says partial capacity is “unsustainable”

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The City of Savannah is encouraging social distancing for visitors heading into the city for Memorial Day weekend, and for local restaurants that are now offering “dine-in” services. Chris Emerick, the owner of Two Cracked Eggs Cafe, said their sales dropped 97 percent between January and May due to the pandemic.… Keep Reading

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