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Arts community deeply impacted by COVID-19 health crisis

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Several arts groups around Savannah have had to postpone or completely cancel their seasons because of the virus. And that’s a big blow to these groups that keep our culture alive. Last month, the Savannah Theatre made it through two weekends of their production of “Sister Act.” But after guidance from… Keep Reading

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Pooler Elementary throws parade for students

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – With schools closed down right now across the nation, both students and teachers are trying new ways to connect. One of the more popular one options, a parade. Things may be quieter than normal at Pooler Elementary School right now. “As we know this is a crazy time for all of… Keep Reading

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Pooler City Hall & Courts extend closure

POOLER, Ga. (WTOC) – Due to continued concerns over COVID-19, and for the well-being of their employees and the public, all City of Pooler buildings and facilities will remain closed until further notice. Pooler officials will continue to follow recommendations from the CDC, CEMA, and government officials. Continue Reading on wtoc.com Keep Reading

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Tropical Smoothie Cafe giving back to health care workers

SAVANNAH, Ga. —Healthcare workers and first responders are getting a special treat from one local business for all their hard work during this difficult time. The coronavirus has put healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines like never before. And while they battle the spread of the virus, Tropical Smoothie Café figured they… Keep Reading

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