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Tide-to-Town enters 2024 with wave of momentum. Here is the project’s outlook

Tide-to-Town (TTT) is one of the city’s most ambitious projects, which has a 5-year planned budget of nearly $19 million. Those who support the project point to an influx of hotel-motel tax revenues, budgeted at $10 million over the next two years, as a sustained funding source for the trail network.

The City of Savannah received three bids on a request for proposals (RFP) at the end of last year for construction on the project’s next phase of the Truman Linear Park Trail. The bids came after a previous RFP for the phase received no bids. City Council will likely vote on the construction contract within the coming months.

Surviving the Holidays

For those of us trying to maintain healthy habits, the holiday season is often overwhelming. There are school parties, work potlucks and family get-togethers....

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HERO Database Launches

HERO – Health Effective Resources and Organizations On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, St. Joseph’s Candler African-American Health Information & Resource Center proudly announced the...

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The State of Obesity in Georgia

The State of Obesity, a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to both raising awareness about the obesity epidemic and promoting obesity prevention strategies, recently issued...

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$3.4M REACH Grant Award

In November of 2018, Healthy Savannah, in partnership with the YMCA of Coastal Georgia, was awarded a five year, $3.4 million collaborative grant to undertake...

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Benefits of Buying Local

Among many other fall celebrations, strive to feed your family more local, whole foods in October. Food Day is celebrated on October 24 and...

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