Richmond County sheriff's deputies were involved in a multistate investigation into the disappearance of a 9-week-old Florida boy.
A consultant believes multifamily residential developments and restaurants from other regional cities are the best bets for Broad Street and the riverfront.
The "human element" has caused more security breaches and computer network damages than any technology failure, retired Army Maj. Gen. John Davis said Thursday night.
Soon after the name change to Augusta University, College of Dental Medicine Dean Carol Lefebvre said she heard from students concerned that the name Georgia no longer graces the state's only dental school.
Jennifer Gurley, who is in her fourth year teaching at Westmont Elementary, said teaching had always been her calling as long as she can remember.
As soon as Sabrina Paige heard about the Power Lunch Reading Initiative that launched at Richmond County elementary schools this week, she said she “jumped at the chance to participate.”
Rick Osbon, a Republican, and City Councilwoman Lessie Price, a Democrat, debated during a mayor forum Thursday night.
One year after announcing her office planned to transform a former junkyard into a 14-acre nature retreat, the Savannah Riverkeeper says her plans remain on track, possibly even ahead of schedule.
ATLANTA - Georgia officials say they have little to do with vacation rentals but it wouldn't take much changes to the law to give them such authority.
The Rock Steady Boxing program finds boxing-based exercises can provide a number of benefits to patients, said Tambra Craven, a certified trainer who began Day One Fitness.