More than 85 city staffers, community panelists and media members participated in the Savannah city manager finalist interviews last weekend. Those local residents ranked John Pombier, assistant city manager of Mesa, Ariz, as the best candidate for the job in a survey distributed following each interview session.
In a Facebook post Monday afternoon, Alderman Nick Palumbo, who represents the fourth district, said Parker’s has committed to gifting the Globe to the City of Savannah should it be feasible to be moved and if the development moves forward.
The city of Savannah has a new accolade to add its list after being named one of the “Safest Cities in Georgia”
Pembroke officials were expected to meet Wednesday with companies competing for the contract to build the municipality’s new city hall.
The Savannah Bananas baseball team, pending the approval Thursday of a new lease agreement with the Savannah City Council, will make Grayson Stadium its home for the next five years with an option for five more.
Finney, longtime executive director at the Equal Opportunity Authority for Savannah-Chatham County Area Inc., died on Tuesday, Sept. 22. He was 81.
With the end of 2020 census approaching in a week, only an estimated 92.3% of Georgia households are counted as of Wednesday. Just a handful of states are faring worse.
Dozens of people attended a rally in Hanover Square before marching to Old City Hall Wednesday to a town hall meeting to discuss the future of a Confederate monument in downtown Brunswick.
Local leaders from Rome to Savannah pressed Georgians on Monday to complete the 2020 census with only days left before the deadline. Georgia ranks near the bottom of states in its progress on the decennial count, which influences federal money allocations and political representation.
A new Pembroke City Hall along with various city building renovations has taken one step closer to becoming reality, according to City Administrator Alex Floyd.