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CAT to reduce services due to COVID-19 pandemic

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – If you rely on the Chatham Area Transit, you can expect more service reductions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CAT officials have already waived all fares and reduced its capacity to 50 percent. CAT started reducing services and making adjustments on March 26, and with ridership continuing to decline, they felt… Keep Reading

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Moe’s provides meals for kids of critical care workers

POOLER, Ga. —With healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines battling the spread of COVID-19, making sure their kids are safe and taken care of becomes even more important. One organization, and one local restaurant teamed up Tuesday to do just that! Even in the middle of a pandemic, these are busy times… Keep Reading

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Local Ice cream giveaway hopes to help with COVID-19 isolation

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – A local ice cream parlor hosts a social media giveaway during COVID-19. Leopold’s plans to give away a pint of ice cream every day this week to some lucky customers. Leopold’s is calling the giveaway “Scoops of Happiness.” Leopold’s invites locals in Savannah to nominate their friends and family on social… Keep Reading

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St. Joseph/Candler updates visitor restrictions in response to coronavirus

There are new visitor restrictions effective Monday, April 6 at St. Joseph Candler locations to keep patients safe from the coronavirus. St. Joseph’s Candler will no longer allow visitors in any inpatient unit, outpatient service or physician office building. There will however be a few exceptions for things like Labor and Delivery, Outpatient Surgery and… Keep Reading

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Carey Hilliards offers drive-up, walk-up services

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Although dine-in services have completely stopped, some restaurants are finding creative ways to cash in during this pandemic. Carey Hilliards has offered curb-side services since they opened 60 years ago, but now they’ve also incorporated a drive-up tent and walk-up window to increase their food orders. Continue Reading on Keep Reading

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UPDATED: Savannah’s takeout, curbside restaurants

AVAILABLE FOR CURBSIDE, TAKEOUT, DELIVERY AND/OR TO-GO Restaurant situations are extremely volatile at this point and may change day to day. Note that many are finding it easier to keep their Facebook pages updated than their websites. Always call ahead and remember that listings are subject to change. Restaurants listed alphabetically by these rough geographic… Keep Reading

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Chatham County sheriff adds a paw-sitive new deputy

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Times may be ruff right now, but the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has a paw-sitive solution for it all. And based on the reaction on Facebook, it’s a dog-gone good idea. Sheriff Wilcher deputized Lexi, a 4 month old chocolate lab this week. Already, she’s on the job to support fellow… Keep Reading

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Red Cross continue blood drives to meet patient needs during pandemic

POOLER, Ga. (WTGS) — The American Red Cross has been able to meet immediate patient needs officials said. During this uncertain time, they are encouraging individuals to keep scheduled blood donation appointments and to make new blood donation appointments for the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply throughout this pandemic. Thursday, dozens showed up to… Keep Reading

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