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Fall 10-9-2014


Armstrong State University, Savannah, GA, Student newspaper, Buddy Walk, Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society, Kathryn Twining, Brighter Days, Savannah, National Arts and Humanities Month, Forsyth, Ebola, CDC, MLB Playoffs, United Nations, Barack Obama, Savannah, Art Rise Savannah, First Friday Art March, Old Town Savannah Trolley Tour, Adam Sandler, David Fincher, Jepson Center, Telfair Museums, Savannah Collects, Dr. Who, Alex Martinez, Buddy Walk, Smoking Cessation


  • Annual Buddy Walk raises awareness for down syndrome Daniel Dearing
  • Work continues on bike path Zach Logan
  • Armstrong hosts fair to promote health and wellness Randee May
  • City officials over the moon about largest turnout to picnic in the park Jessica Ferrera
  • Ebola virus hits close to home Randee May
  • Volleyball team blanks UNC Pembroke and Flager College Carolina Garcia
  • No threat more threatening than climate change Philadelphia Daily News
  • Art Rise Savannah celebrates 30th Art March Jordan Broam
  • Personal treasures on display in 'Savannah Collects' Elizabeth Rhaney
  • More efficient fracking means more oil and natural gas Sean Cockerham


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