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Four new mobile testing sites coming to Chatham County

Chatham County, GA (WJCL) — A new week means more new information on the fight against COVID-19. And now, several new mobile testing sites are on the way to Chatham County. Four new testing sites across Chatham county means more results and more data for those in the medical field working to keep us safe.… Keep Reading

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Pooler Frames N’ Games opens with new restrictions

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – Frames n’ Games in Pooler has been shut down for about a month and a half due to COVID-19, even after getting the go-ahead to open from the Governor they remained closed. Although they’re now open to the public, they’ve made some major changes they feel will keep everyone safe. “I… Keep Reading

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Tropical Smoothie Cafe to give away 1 million free smoothies

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – One million Americans will get the chance to get a free dose of liquid sunshine thanks to one smoothie chain’s giveaway. Tropical Smoothie Cafe says it wants to give its guests a “refreshing, momentary escape” amid the COVID-19 health crisis by giving away 1 million smoothies for free. Continue Reading on… Keep Reading

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Almost 700 Employees Laid Off at Gulfstream

WTOC-TV is reporting that a total of 699 employees at the Savannah facility are included in the current layoff. While Gulfstream has not made an offical response for more information, the company has notified the Georgia Department of Labor about the May 1st layoffs. Obviously, this impacts many families in our community and the effects… Keep Reading

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DeSoto launches week of balcony concerts

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Friday, The DeSoto Hotel in Savannah started a week-long concert series called the DeSoto Vibe. Local musicians will be playing 20 to 30-minute concerts from the hotel’s sixth-floor balconies. Continue Reading on WTGS FOX28 Savannah Keep Reading

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SCCPSS planning to make additional meals for weekly delivery

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Savannah-Chatham Public Schools began their weekly distribution of meals Tuesday. During their bus delivery, some routes ran out of food. One parent says they left empty-handed and has hopes the district will find a solution before next week. Savannah-Chatham has moved to a once weekly meal delivery where students get five… Keep Reading

ExperCare now offering COVID-19 antibody testing

RICHMOND HILL, Ga. (WTOC) – ExperCare is now providing antibody testing for people in both Richmond Hill and Savannah. Since making the announcement on Wednesday, they have been swamped with people wanting to get tested, Antibodies are essentially proteins in the blood that the body makes to help find and fight off a specific infection,… Keep Reading

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