Savannah Mayor Van Johnson said he's proud of Savannah and how the city has shined throughout a year of challenges, heartbreak and suffering.
Savannah's elected leaders faced a tough first year in office in 2020, one full of challenges, including a worldwide pandemic.
Savannah Police Chief Roy Minter arrived early, rolled up his uniform sleeve and was among the first on the force to receive his COVID vaccine Wednesday.
Savannah Mayor Van Johnson sits down with Adam Van Brimmer to discuss his first year in office as part of The Commute podcast.
Savannah Mayor Van Johnson said he hoped and prayed things would get better in Savannah, but what he witnessed during the holiday season led him to recommend the continuation of the moratorium on event permits through March.
The Savannah St. Patrick's Day festivities will not be happening for the second year in a row, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson announced on Tuesday.
Those that find requirements to wear a mask during this pandemic an infringement of their rights should be thankful they didn’t live in Savannah during the 1800s.
Revenue losses and an uncertain economy due to the pandemic continue to be at the forefront of the city of Savannah’s budget planning for 2021.
Savannah’s new arena project is on schedule, according to the city of Savannah’s Acting COO Bret Bell.
Savannah Chief Financial Officer David Maxwell told City Council members Thursday the city’s revenue was lower than projected for 2020 by about $7 million. Maxwell said he believes the economic recovery post-pandemic will be long and slow, taking several years.