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File photo of a 400 year old oak tree

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.

04/26/2013

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Georgia’s Dredging Permit Approved

SAVANNAH (WAOK)-Georgia’s plans to deepen the Savannah River to accommodate supersize cargo ships were victorious Thursday when a neighboring South Carolina Agency approved construction in the shared river channel. Initially rejecting the permit application for […]

WAOK-AM–11/11/2011

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Governor Deal Hopeful for Port Funds

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Governor Nathan Deal says a trip to Washington has left him hopeful that Georgia can still secure federal funding this year to start deepening the Port of Savannah’s shipping channel in […]

WAOK-AM–06/02/2011

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