Several weeks ago I asked your thoughts on the top stories for our region over the past 50 years. I got a few nominations, so I'll share what I have and see whether you can add to it.
SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A simple impression won't likely get you far, but if your impersonation of a Savannah icon nails that character, Old Savannah Tours might have a gig for you.
It's hard to believe that Thursday, March 27, marks my 47th anniversary of being employed by Morris Communications Co., starting as a police beat reporter for the Savannah (Ga.) Evening Press.
Cecelia Seiler, the University of Georgia graduate whose love for a little white bulldog pup more than half a century ago gave birth to a dynasty of UGA mascots, died Thursday afternoon in Savannah, Ga., after a lengthy illness.
It's never too late to become an artist; so say a trio of painters set to open a show Thursday, July 11, at Sacred Heart Cultural Center's hallway gallery. Cathy Armstrong, Linda Hardy and Susan Porterfield all began working with art after years devoted to families and careers.
Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga., are among the South's most popular tourist destinations, attracting millions of visitors annually with their history, restaurants and streetscapes.
SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Ghost-friendly Savannah is giving the cold shoulder to a Syfy production that wants to film in Colonial Park Cemetery.
NEW YORK - As the fall season approaches, the book world is still searching for this year's great American novel.
Recently, a contingent of British potato growers petitioned the Oxford English Dictionary to remove the term "couch potato" from the lexicon. Evidently it was, in their eyes, demeaning to the noble spud.
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