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National Mighty Eighth Museum set to reopen on Memorial Day

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – Slowly, many businesses are trying to reopen and are searching for a way to get back to some kind of normal. Like most places, the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force has been shut down during this COVID-19 crisis. Now after many drills and added procedures, they say they… Keep Reading

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Meals for Medical delivers thousands of meals to medical staff

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – It’s a program that began as a small idea to feed a few frontline workers, but quickly it took off thanks to the small business community and you. More than $73,000 dollars later, Meals for Medical has donated thousands of meals to dozens of locations through the COVID-19 pandemic. “It’s been… Keep Reading

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Chatham County paramedics, EMTs recognized during National EMS Week

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WTGS) — This week is National EMS Week, an annual time to recognize the life-saving efforts of emergency service professionals across the nation, and also here in the Coastal Empire. Chatham Emergency Services CEO Chuck Kearns says the efforts he has seen from his first responders throughout this pandemic have exceeded his expectations. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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Guyton and Pooler taking different approaches to reopening

GEORGIA (WTOC) – There may not be two cities more different than Pooler and Guyton. From population to location and now how the cities are reopening following the coronavirus pandemic. Both gearing their plans towards what they feel fits them and their citizens best. “I mean you have to pick a date. You just don’t… Keep Reading

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Savannah grocery store implements face-covering requirement for shoppers

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) -As states like Georgia continue to lift their restrictions, some businesses are taking extra measures to keep their employees and customers safe. Brighter Day Natural Food Market here at home has created a mask or face-covering requirement for shoppers. Co-Owner Kristin Russell says they decided to put this policy in place in… Keep Reading

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Local church gives groceries to 200 families during pandemic

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Saturday morning, the St. Philip Monumental AME church in Savannah set out to help its neighbors with a drive-through food giveaway. The church gave out 200 boxes full of groceries for the week in partnership with the organization Community Help. Continue Reading on WTGS FOX28 Savannah Keep Reading

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