Well, it's finally over, folks. Whether you're saying good riddance or wiping away bittersweet tears, there's no denying that "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is at the top of the box office.
Your parents: They cooked you dinner, they drove you to your friend's house, they took care of you when you were sick.
With Thanksgiving upon us, I thought it would be interesting to review Georgia's position in the poultry industry, with the intent of bragging on us.
The Chatham County Health Department is offering free HIV testing from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1395 Eisenhower Drive. No appointment is needed, and test results will be available in 15 to 20 minutes.
Bryan County and area sportsmen can do their part to help provide a meal to less fortunate families this holiday season by donating to the Sportsman's Pantry program.
ATLANTA - A jewelry store manager in Bulloch County has unlocked a chunky yet charming prize from the Georgia Lottery.
The Junior League of Savannah is taking applications for community projects and community-assistance funds and has extended its deadline to Dec. 15.
Around 30 volunteers added a little cheer to Thanksgiving when Pembroke United Methodist Church helped prepare meals Thursday for less fortunate residents in North Bryan.
Pet owners can help raise funds for the Bryan County Bark Park on Dec. 2 by having their dogs take pictures with Santa Claus. The event will be from 1-4 p.m. at PawParazzi, 11408 Ford Ave. at Parkers Square in Richmond Hill.
Hospice Savannah's 21st annual Tree of Light candle-lighting and memorial gathering is set for 5 p.m. Dec. 2 by the band shell in Forsyth Park.
Today we celebrate 50 years of "shaken, not stirred" with a review of "Skyfall," the 23rd picture in the 007 series.
WaterWays Township announces the opening of the Cottenham Nature Trail, a back-country multi-purpose trail system for the master-planned community's bikers and pedestrians.
We are all suffering from "political overload" and don't worry, I am not going to comment on the recent elections. However, in reading and watching all the media coverage, I was reminded of a recent trip to our nation's capital city. This vacation really brought into perspective for me that the Constitution and the democracy in which we live is so much more than the politicians of the moment.
The Richmond Hill High School Young Republicans Club volunteered Saturday night at the SMA Charity Ball at the Marriot in downtown Savannah.
Near-perfect November weather and the smell of ribs on the smoker and fish in the fryer drew in a large crowd for this year's Ricefest on Saturday in Riceboro.
In my view, I can't think of a more important activity than families getting together.