Counterfeit Handbags Seized At Savannah Port
Ga. Port Officials Promise To Protect Ancient Oaks Across from a paved lot where the Port of Savannah stacks empty cargo containers stands a living link to the time before Georgia's first settlers arrived — an ancient live oak tree more than 7 ½ feet in diameter with massive branches extending up to 70 feet from its trunk.
Georgia's Dredging Permit Approved
Governor Deal Hopeful for Port Funds