in News

Savannah restaurants donate excess food to first responders

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Local businesses are giving back to first responders protecting the city during shutdowns due to the coronavirus. Bonefish Grill delivered extra food they had prepared to the Savannah Police Department Wednesday. They said they wanted to express their appreciation for the officers working overtime during the “shelter in place” orders. Continue… Keep Reading

in News

Georgia dentist designs 3D printing template to help face mask shortage

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – With face masks running low around the country the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has allowed medical professionals to use homemade masks when no face masks are available, but instead of using bandannas or scarves dentists around the state are coming up with something creative. Dental services around Georgia are… Keep Reading

in Health

Protect yourself from COVID-19: 5 ways to support your immune system

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — As coronavirus cases are multiplying each day globally, it’s more important now than ever to have a strong immune system to protect yourself from the outbreak. News 3 spoke with SouthCoast Health dietician Rebekah Laurance to find out how to make our immune systems as strong as they can be. Laurance emphasized that… Keep Reading

in News

Need to Know: Chatham County issues month-long emergency order

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Chatham County has declared a month-long local state of emergency. Chairman Al Scott signed the resolution to take effect immediately on Sunday, March 22 until Wednesday, April 22. As of noon Sunday, at least four cases of the new virus have been confirmed in the… Keep Reading

in News

Golf courses offer an outlet during coronavirus outbreak

Pooler’s John Jones and family created their own version of a triathlon last week in staying active within the limitations of the coronavirus pandemic. Their three sports were archery, tennis and golf. “I thought I’d take the family out and hit some golf balls,” Jones, 46, a firefighter, said on his first visit to Crosswinds… Keep Reading

in News

Savannah area nonprofit helping those in need

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Volunteers are gathering together to help those in need during these tough times. An area nonprofit is helping feed children and their families. The nonprofit ministry PACK was out at Community Bible Church in Savannah on Wednesday. They distributed bags of food to families in the neighborhood. Continue Reading on wtoc.com Keep Reading

in News

Local mom helps community self-isolate with Facebook Live crafting sessions

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV)—Textile designer Candace Brodmann is making self-quarantining a little easier for parents.  Her company Moss & Marsh makes functional, unique products for new families. Now, she’s using her platform to help parents who have their kids at home due to recent school closings because of COVID-19 concerns. Continue Reading on wsav.com Keep Reading

Introducing www.supportourpoolerrestaurants.com

As part of our commitment to the Pooler community and our local businesses, we have launched a new site aimed at keeping a current and accurate lists of all of the local restaurants open for business. You can check it out by going to www.supportourpoolerrestaurants.com. If you go to the site with your mobile device,… Keep Reading

Go to Top