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  • Queen Savannah Is Westfield's Pet Of The Week - Patch.com

    Patch.com -  "Thank you so much for the opportunity to share with you the light of my life, my baby girl, Queen Savannah! I grew up in Westfield, and my mother lived in the house my three sisters and I grew up in for 30 plus years. I graduated from Westfield High ...
  • Savannah may double parking meter rates in historic district - Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

    Columbus Ledger-Enquirer -  The Savannah City Council is considering a consultant's recommendations that would increase rates on some parking meters in the downtown area that is the city's business hub as well as the heart of its vital tourism economy. The plan would extend the ...
  • Holocaust Remembrance Day in Savannah - WJCL News

    WJCL News -  Yom HaShoah takes place all day on Sunday. The SJEA will welcome special guest, Jeannie Smith at 5 p.m. Smith will share her mother's story of faith and courage saving Jews from the Nazi's during the Holocaust. In observance of the day, the group will ...
  • Savannah State choir in concert April 29 - The Augusta Chronicle

    The Augusta Chronicle -  The Savannah State University Concert Choir will perform at 5 p.m. Saturday at Trinity CME Church, 2930 Glenn Hills Drive. The concert is sponsored through the Augusta chapter of the university's national alumni association. The concert choir is part ...
  • Maggie's Morning School celebrates 35 years in Savannah - WTOC

    WTOC -  In 1981 Maggie Smith began a new style of teaching to a handful of kids in her home. Since that time her unique approach has drawn thousands of children to her school room door. Today many of them came back to her to celebrate 35 years of innovation at ...
  • Barton: A welcome kind of new street smarts - Savannah Morning News

    Savannah Morning News -  When most people think of the scenes of gang-related shootings in Savannah, they probably envision a dimly lit sidewalk in one of the city's grim projects or a littered street corner in the hood favored by drug dealers and prostitutes. They probably ...

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