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Local organizations give food to Savannah’s hospitality and tourism workers

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia held a drive-thru food giveaway on Thursday to help Savannah’s tourism and hospitality workers whose livelihoods are at risk due to the global health emergency. According to the City of Savannah Tourism Leadership Council (TLC), more than 50 percent of Savannah’s restaurants have temporarily closed… Keep Reading

Georgia COVID-19 testing expands; how to contact local health department

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Earlier this week, Gov. Brian Kemp announced the state would be expanding criteria for better COVID-19 testing. The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) has since announced plans to make that happen. Healthcare workers, first responders, law enforcement and long-term care facility residents and staff will still be prioritized for testing. But… Keep Reading

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St. Joe’s/Candler providing free child care for their workers

SAVANNAH, Ga. —The COVID-19 pandemic has many health care workers thinking about who’s going to watch their children. And now St. Joseph’s/Candler is making things easier for its frontline workers. The last thing health care workers at St. Joseph’s/Candler should be worried about while risking their lives to save lives is if their children are… Keep Reading

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SCCPSS adds lessons to TV for students to easily access

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WTGS) — The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) debuts its television lesson program Monday morning. Students will have access to lessons across all grade levels. Instructors from across the district will provide lessons daily. Continue Reading on Keep Reading

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Downtown restaurant giving away free pizza for lunch daily

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) -One local restaurant in downtown Savannah estimates they’re serving over 300 people a day– for free. Restaurants across the country are having to make adjustments amid COVID-19, and in Savannah, it’s no different, but like the sign in the window says: “Pizza is essential”. Kay’s Pizza at the corner of Congress Street… Keep Reading

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Savannah Smiles performer plays requests from fans online

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Savannah Smiles is one of the largest and busiest piano bars in the country, but like many businesses, it had to close its doors in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ben Torres, the piano player and singer at the bar, is finding a way to still play requests from fans. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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