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Cities and counties along Georgia's coast are contracting for the removal of debris from Tropical Storm Irma after federal agencies declined to take on the job. [Read More]
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Fort Sumter suffered relentless shelling during the Civil War, and now it has shrugged off the floodwaters of another hurricane. [Read More]
Chatham County Commissioners are getting a clearer picture of how much impact Tropical Storm Irma had on residents county-wide - from dollar amounts to resources being used. [Read More]
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The Marriott Vacation Club's Monarch and Harbour Club properties in Sea Pines have temporarily closed after sustaining minor damage during Tropical Storm Irma. [Read More]
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A Hilton Head Island restaurant says the financial burden of Tropical Storm Irma is the last straw after last year's Hurricane Matthew hit. [Read More]
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The School District of Pickens County announced that students must attend school on two days in March that will serve as makeup days for days that classes were canceled due to Tropical Storm Irma. ... [Read More]
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After several days of power outages and damage to parts of the county from Tropical Storm Irma, DeKa... [Read More]
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The DeKalb County School District will be extending its school day by 20 minutes beginning in October through the end of the semester to make up for time missed due to Tropical Storm Irma. Beginning Oct. 2, DCSD schools will extend the school day by 20 minutes and will continue to do so Monday through Friday until Dec. 20. Schools will also remain open on Election Day, Nov. 7. Parents will receive a notification from their campus regarding dismissal time. The decision to extend the... [Read More]
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Tropical Storm Irma left cities and counties across Georgia with millions of dollars... [Read More]
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Bibb County Schools announced Thursday night that students will only make up two days out of the five they missed last last week due to Tropical Storm Irma. [Read More]
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Three people were injured during Tropical Storm Irma and the days of cleanup that came after, according to Hall County Fire Services. One person suffered a head injury from a tree that fell on a roof Sept. 11, according to Fire Services spokesman Zachary Brackett. A second person was involved in a chain saw accident while removing debris and transported to a hospital. The third person also suffered a head injury and was transported to a hospital Sept. 14, but the injury occurred Sept. 13. [Read More]
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Georgia's six coastal counties will contract individually to remove debris from Tropical Storm Irma after state and federal agencies failed to reach agreements, the Georgia governor's office said in a letter. [Read More]
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Georgia pecan and cotton growers need near-perfect weather in the coming weeks to salvage the mangled mess left in the wake of Tropical Storm Irma, says the state's... [Read More]
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The FEMA and GEMA officials were assessing damage from Tropical Storm Irma to see if the county could qualify for a Declaration of Individual Assistance. It's part of a long... [Read More]
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At first glance, the data from Tropical Storm Irma suggest it should have brought less flooding than last year's Hurricane Matthew. [Read More]
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Volunteers, staff and board members of Second Harvest passed out food to folks in need on Wednesday, post-Tropical Storm Irma. [Read More]
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GA. | Fort Frederica National Monument will reopen Thursday for the first time since Tropical Storm Irma with perhaps 50 fewer trees and some unwanted new water features. [Read More]
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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GA. | Fort Frederica National Monument will reopen Thursday for the first time since Tropical Storm Irma with perhaps 50 fewer trees and some unwanted new water features. [Read More]
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Alisha Bennett Bryant fought back tears Wednesday as she rolled her car forward to get food in America's Second Harvest's post Tropical Tropical Storm Irma giveaway. [Read More]
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