Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
The tight-knit music community of Savannah was hit with two heavy blows at the end of last year.
Shannon Miller, one of the most decorated Olympic gymnasts in American history and an ovarian cancer survivor, will be the featured speaker at the annual fundraising luncheon.
Would you be surprised to learn only about 4 percent of federal funding for cancer research is designated for pediatric cancer research?
It’s a festive event for people diagnosed with breast cancer, survivors and friends and family, all raising money for breast cancer research and free mammograms.
In November 2013, I had the privilege to meet William Webb, an inquisitive 3-year-old who interjected his own questions during our interview.
According to three-year cancer survivor and Relay For Life of Savannah supporter Anna McNeill, “It’s all about communication and not being afraid of the disease.”
Southbound Brewing Co. is putting on a benefit for one of its own.
Some things in life are expected — like if you eat right and exercise, you will be healthy. But that’s not always the case.
Twenty-five years ago, the YMCA of Coastal Georgia launched the first Heart of Savannah 5K.
“Decoding Annie Parker,” based on a true story, is an often uneasy, yet sentimental and witty tale of two women, one a cancer patient and the other a geneticist.
The semi-formal Dresscapade will benefit the Telfair Mammography Fund at the Mary Telfair Women’s Hospital, part of St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital.
Cancer is an ugly word, but much beauty can come from it, as shown by the Diamond Ball taking place Feb. 28 at The Mackey House.
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