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7 Days of Giving – June 1-7

All Around Pooler is a big believer in helping folks who need help. And, we want to help non-profits raise funds to help their constituents. Here is a fund-raising concept that we want to help promote their work and their efforts to raise funds… 7 Days of Giving is a campaign raising awareness of 7… Keep Reading

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Expansion of the I-95/I-16 is Moving Forward

As reported by Ansley Christian of www.wjcl.com reports plans for open meetings held by the GA Department of Transportation on expanding this overworked interchange…. “Georgia Dept. of Transportation has scheduled two open house meetings in June to discuss two major road work projects that will have significant impacts for our area. GDOT will be discussing… Keep Reading

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School board approves higher lunch prices

Many Savannah-Chatham County students will pay more for school lunch next year, but residents probably won’t see the millage rate for schools increase, based on the school board’s discussion Wednesday. The school board approved with a six-to-three vote a new meal price schedule that increases the lunch price for kindergarten through eighth-grade students by 75… Keep Reading

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Sgt. Ansari’s Family Helped by Tunnel To Towers Group

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -A non-profit organization is ensuring the family of a fallen Savannah Police officer and army veteran has a place to call home. Sergeant Kelvin Ansari was a husband and father of four, and those he left behind now don’t have to worry about how to pay for their home. The Stephen Siller… Keep Reading

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Pooler to get 2 new voting precincts ahead of 2019 elections

Good news for those of us who stood in those long lines trying to vote in the mid-term elections in 2018. Pooler is getting two new voting precincts to accomodate the fast growing population growth our are is experiencing. There are a number of factors the Elections Board must consider, the two most important being… Keep Reading

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Gold Star Family Receives New Home

Ten months after her husband, Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz, was killed, Gold Star widow Katie Celiz says she can breathe a little easier raising their daughter Shannon in their new ‘forever home’ after receiving a mortgage-free residence from the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation on Thursday. “It feels amazing,” she said. “It still… Keep Reading

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