If you think about it, everyone wins at brunch.
The coldest winter in recent memory may have been wickedly miserable, but take heart that it's inspired something gorgeous and grand.
In an effort to raise money for Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society, students and faculty members at Lanier Primary School recently participated in the Coins for a Cure event.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network is holding its March Madness recruiting contest this month nationwide.
Hundreds of delicious dishes have landed on the shores of America. Most faded into obscurity, and many became a favorite, such as hot dogs, hamburgers, chili, etc.
SAVANNAH - The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society is calling for stories and tips from families with children with different abilities.
The Richmond Hill Garden Club's hands-on gardening group, The G Team, worked on its first spring project recently.
I had wanted to visit the 50th state for a long time and recently had the chance to do so.
Note: This event is Saturday, March 29.
Despite Savannah's fixation this time of year on all things Irish, our dear city has a sweet little secret: Nearly five percent of the population here is Hispanic.
The Richmond Hill Lions Club met Feb. 27 at the J.F. Gregory Park Wetland Center.
It's hard to imagine what mealtime would be like without the invention of simple kitchen gadgets.
'Tis the season for classic Irish-inspired fare, and there will be no shortage of hearty, homespun dishes served from Savannah's kitchens this week.
SAVANNAH - Thanks to local customers of VSP Vision Care, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Coastal Empire has received 48 gift certificates for free eye exams for its program participants.
Members of the Richmond Hill-based Off Broadway Dance Studio Competition Team became stars of their own Disney show on March 14, when they entertained resort guests at the Waterside Stage in downtown Disney.
Not long after the sun went down Saturday night, a few hundred people gathered along the banks of the Ogeechee River at the Fort McAllister Marina for the 24th annual Lighted Boat Parade.
The 31st annual Christmas in Pembroke Parade and Festival runs from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday on Main Street and throughout the city. The event, sponsored by the 4-H club and the city of Pembroke, will feature food, music, a children's area, carnival activities on DuBois Square and entertainment throughout the day on the Railroad Street stage. Vendor booths open at 9 a.m., and the parade begins at 10 a.m. For more information, call 653-2231.
Fog dissipated Saturday morning as families lined Ford Avenue, chattering excitedly in the crisp morning air as they awaited the start of the 19th annual Christmas Parade. Others packed into the Way Station Coffee Company to enjoy breakfast and hot coffee before the festivities began.
Guests at St. Philip's Episcopal Church on Saturday marveled at international holiday scenes brought to Hinesville courtesy of the Episcopal Christian Women's ministry. The church's annual "nativities from around the world" event ran from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and featured a Christmas tree raffle.
The fifth annual Christmas Bazaar filled Dorchester Village Civic Center with the sights, sounds and smells of the season Saturday.
Fort Morris State Historic Site hosted its annual Colonial Christmas festival on Saturday, giving visitors a taste of 18th century holiday traditions and seasonal entertainment.
Geechee Kunda hosted its 10th annual Old Time Riceboro Sugarcane Harvest and Arts n' Crafts Show last weekend as part of the center's effort to preserve the history of the Geechee culture.
The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill's annual fundraiser will feature the ABBA Girlz/ABBA Tribute Band live in concert from 6:30-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Richmond Hill City Center.
Bryan County Emergecy Services will again give Santa a ride this year, and he is asking for donations of unwrapped boys and girls toys so that he can help some less-fortunate children in the area. Kris Kringle's holiday visiting schedule:
Maybe you have heard the saying, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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