Chatham baseball remains undefeated

Chatham High School’s varsity baseball team remains undefeated after beating William Campbell 11-3 last Thursday. Starting pitcher Matt Arnold kept the Generals at bay as his team built a solid lead. Arnold allowed three hits, one run and one base on balls in a performance where his struck out three. Continue Reading on Star Tribune… Keep Reading

Savannah home health care service in labor shortage

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — Home health care services are another industry affected by a shortage in labor. The need for home health care type grew significantly in the past year, according to Pierce. Because of that, the company has been searching for part and full-time employees like certified nurse assistants and caregivers to help control the… Keep Reading

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Highway 80 wreck causes heavy traffic on Tybee, Wilmington Island

CHATHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — Motorists experienced heavy traffic on Highway 80 as they made their way to Tybee Island. The Tybee Island Police Department said it received reports of a wreck on Bull River Bridge on the highway. The heavy traffic has also caused lanes to back up into neighboring Wilmington Island. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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Coastal Heritage Society museums open for Memorial Day weekend

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — The Georgia State Railroad Museum is seeing a lot of crowds on Memorial Day weekend. Saturday, more than 500 people visited the museum to see exhibits like the blacksmith shop and ride the trains. “Because the boarding passes are first come first serve, they go pretty quickly. So I think by 1:30… Keep Reading

Official celebration of opening of new Ag Center in Baxley

BAXLEY, Ga. (WTOC) – People in Baxley celebrated Friday a new place for youngsters to compete and learn about agriculture. They gathered to officially dedicate the new county Ag Center. It includes 43,000 square feet that can be used for gatherings like this but also be used for livestock shows. It includes animal staging areas… Keep Reading

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Pooler Police, businesses prepared for holiday weekend rush

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – Memorial Day Weekend is one that many people and businesses have had circled on their calendars. “They’ve been seeing people getting out and shopping a little more lately, but they expect this weekend to be a huge push to launch the season of the summer,” said Conni Reynolds, with the Greater… Keep Reading

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