🌱 I-95 Closures + Savannah State And TBC Blood Drive

Hello again, Savannah! Important update: You all, as readers, have made the Savannah Daily so successful that it is my honor to announce the next stage of the newsletter. Patch is looking for a local writer and entrepreneur to take the helm of the Savannah Daily. Although I have loved getting to know this community, we want to pass the torch to someone truly local to write about Savannah long term. So if you’re interested in earning extra income while making this newsletter a more valuable resource for your neighbors, learn more and apply here.


First, today’s weather:

Sunny and comfortable. High: 73 Low: 50.


Are you a local business owner or marketer? We can help you effortlessly run effective ads that reach customers in Savannah. Click here to learn more.


Here are the top four stories today in Savannah:

  1. In order to inspect the Savannah River Bridges, the Georgia Department of Transportation Bridge Office has scheduled I-95 lane closures starting at 9 am on Tuesday, Mar. 29. Inspections will start on the northbound bridge lasting around two hours then move to the southbound bridge. Message signs and barrels will be utilized to alert the public of the upcoming changes. (All On Georgia)
  2. Savannah State University has partnered with The Blood Connection (TBC) for the first time to host a blood drive. The blood drive will be held on Mar. 28 near the King Frazier Student Center in the Kennedy parking lot from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm Each blood donor will receive a $10 eGift card and an HBCU blood donor t-shirt, while supplies last. Donors are encouraged to make an appointment, but walk-ins are welcome. (WSAV-TV)
  3. In two days, organizers built a Savannah St. Patrick’s Day float to show support for Ukraine. The float was adorned in blue and yellow. As the float continued its procession, the St. Patrick’s Day parade-goers went from dancing and partying to clapping and cheering in support. (Savannah MorningNews)
  4. Members of the community gathered at the Economic Opportunity Authority in Savannah Saturday for a rally against gun violence. Speakers of the event said they had enough following recent shootings within the city. The rally host, Stephanie Collier, said the community must come together to find solutions to this issue. (fox28media.com)

From our sponsor:

Today’s newsletter is brought to you in part by Ring, a Patch Brand Partner. We all know that Ring is the leader in video doorbells for home security. But did you know that Ring now makes a home security system that is getting raves from consumer electronic experts?

To learn more about Ring Alarm Pro, the system CNET called “the future of home security,” or to build your own custom system, visit Ring here.


Today in Savannah:

  • Ben Tucker Instrument Library and Instrument Donation Drive – The DeSoto Savannah (12:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Enter the Savannah Stage Company’s First Friday Raffle! Join them each month for the chance to win prizes! Winners will be announced on Instagram on the First Friday of April, May, and June! This month, they’re featuring a date night with tickets to quilters presented by Collective Face Theater Ensembleplus dinner from Texas Road House. Learn how to enter at the link. (Facebook)
  • the Lucas Theater for the Arts is hosting a screening of “The Room” with Greg Sestero live on Apr. 13 – tickets are available now! (Facebook)
  • the Savannah Children’s Theater will be performing The Lightning Thief desde Apr. 1 to 3 and Apr. 8 to 10. Tickets are on sale now! (Facebook)

Loving the Savannah Daily? Here are all the ways you can get more involved:

  • Send a friend or neighbor this link so they can subscribe
  • Get your local business listed in front of readers

Alrighty, you’re all caught up for today! See you all tomorrow for your next update.

kayla harrison

About me: Kayla Harrison is a Writing Arts professor, as well as a freelance writer for content creation agency Lightning Media Partners. In her free time, you can find her listening to podcasts, writing poetry, and visiting local coffee shops.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *