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Traffic Relief Is On The Way – Benton Blvd. Will Be Expanded

Chatham County Commissioners on Friday awarded a $10.5 million construction contract to extend Benton Boulevard to Ga. 30 through portions of Savannah and Port Wentworth. The project is expected to provide some much needed relief for Port Wentworth and Effingham County commuters traveling to and from Savannah, said Commissioner Dean Kicklighter. “If (U.S. 80) backs… Keep Reading

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Celebrating National Cookie – December 22

You’ll no doubt have plenty of gift giving opportunities and parties this holiday season. But on December 22, National Cookie Exchange Day, cookies get their day in the spotlight. And while sugar cookies and snickerdoodles may be wintertime favorites, you’ll find that today is a time for celebrating all cookies. Crispy or chewy? Face-sized, palm-sized,… Keep Reading

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TripAdvisor Honors Crystal Beer Parlor

TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, today announced the winners of its Travelers’ Choice® awards for Restaurants. This year, the awards recognize 75 U.S. restaurants overall across the categories of Fine Dining, as well as two new categories: Everyday Dining and Fast Casual. A Savannah restaurant found a home on the Everyday Dining list. Crystal… Keep Reading

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Pooler Police Searching for Robbery Suspect

POOLER, GA (WTOC) – Pooler Police are looking for an armed robbery suspect. It happened at a gas station on Dean Forest Road earlier this month. The shocking surveillance video was released Monday night. You can see the suspect with a knife holding onto someone, keeping that person from leaving the store. Police say the… Keep Reading

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Blood Drive at Tanger Outlet

The Red Cross will be set up in Suite 673 across from Justice 200 Tanger Outlet Boulevard, Pooler, GA 31322 Friday, December 21st , 22nd & 24th All presenting donors will receive a free Red Cross branded long sleeve t-shirt and a Tanger Swag bag! For an appointment: Use code word: TANGER Or call 1-800-RED CROSS… Keep Reading

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