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Navy divers, working with salvage operations teams for the Army Corps of Engineers, have recovered 64-square-foot section of a Civil War ironclad warship from the bottom of the Savannah River in Georgia. The Savannah Morning News reports that divers
A contractor that manages highly radioactive liquid waste at the Savannah River Site near Aiken is furloughing 1,400 employees during the federal government shutdown. Savannah River Remediation announced late last week it would be putting the
More News Here's a list of Georgia stories expected to move for the weekend of July 27-28...Tired of the slow pace at which Georgia and South Carolina are moving toward building a jointly owned seaport on the Savannah River, local officials say they
Department of Energy voted Tuesday against storing nuclear waste at the Savannah River Site near Aiken. The Citizens Advisory Board is planning to file an official position paper on the issue, according to the Aiken Standard (http://bit.ly/18zz0eh ).
A Georgia museum is catching flack for prohibiting a wheelchair-bound girl, 11, from entering because her wheels would dirty the carpets. Moreover, this is not the first time The Ships of the Sea Museum in Savannah, Ga., cited that reason to keep out
A proposal to build a cruise ship terminal with taxpayer money in Savannah appears to have sunk. The Savannah City Council voted unanimously Thursday to stop further work on studying where and how to build the estimated $70 million cruise ship dock.
Participants included security firms, tugboat operators and tourism groups. Companies handed out applications, while military recruiters handed out tote bags and T-shirts. Preservationists tried to attract new members to help save local maritime
The free event will showcase the companies and careers at the public and private terminals and at the surrounding maritime industries...Sen. Barbara Mikulski will lead a wreath laying ceremony aboard the NS Savannah at 11 a.m.
DeVonn Adams turned to Georgia Power for help recently when residents at homeowners association meetings complained that dangling sneakers were giving their neighborhoods a bad image. Police say that's because shoes hung on power lines have
A cookie controversy from Savannah's recent past made for sweet trivia for contestants on the game show "Jeopardy!" The show's final clue Thursday was: In 2011 the city of Savannah granted an exemption allowing the sale of these items outside