A man walks his bike under a fence on Bay Street which was bent from heavy winds caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Glen Frazier trims the beard of his instructor, Hezekiah Hudson, during a morning session at the Savannah Barber Styling Institute.
Gio Ramos makes a face after forgetting an "l" while attempting to spell "millennium" as Garrison student Bryan Jung Kim takes the mic in attempt to spell the final word of the Savannah-Chatham Spelling Bee. Kim won the bee with the word "mustache."
A Savannah Chatham Police Officer stands guard by crime tape during an investigation of a domestic shooting of a mother and daughter in Yamacraw Village.
A crowed of partiers cheer for a lady taking a beer bong during Orange Crush on Tybee Island.
Firefighters from the Southside Fire Department spray a hose from a ladder truck as they work on putting out a warehouse fire at the salvage yard, Shining Star One Inc., just off Dean Forrest Road.
Alejandra Rivera, a student model for Junk2Funk, wipes away a bit of eye-liner while preparing for the matinee of the show at Savannah Arts Academy.
Scott Hellen (right), from Boston Massachusetts, plays wheelchair basketball with a boy at The Philmont Training Center during a disability obstacle course. Hellen has been unable to walk without assistance of a wheelchair or crutches for 17 years but still stays active riding his rowing bike and hiking with his local Boy Scout Troop. The event was put on at PTC in order to raise awareness about how it is to live with a disability in hopes that it will lead to councels focusing more on accommodating their own scouts with disabilities.
Bird Researchers walk along the coastline of Little Tybee as they return to their boats after observing Red Knots during a break in their migration north on the islands off the Georgia coast.
A Pooler Firefighter carries two rifles from the burnt out mobile home on Gina Circle. When emergency personnel arrived at the scene the owner of the home was still inside and gunshots were heard going off due to ammunition being exposed to extreme heat. There were over 50 guns taken from the residency after the fire was controlled.
Members of Savannah Fire Department stand by the casket of Master Firefighter Michael Curry during a traditional firefighter memorial at Fire Station #3. MFF Curry died November 19, 2016 from an aortic aneurysm while assisting in rescuing people who fell in the Savannah River after a dock collapsed on River Street.
Julica Weikerson cheers for fellow Johnson High School cadet LeRoy Alexander as he does pushups during JROTC competitions held at Groves High School.
A stuffed toy is put into a memorial during a candlelight vigil in memory of two daughters, an 8 month and 18 month, who were drowned earlier in the day by their mother in the Feiler Park/Hussars Terrace/Dittmerville neighborhood.
A farmer harvests cotton outside of Statesboro, GA.
The honor guard leaves the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist during the funeral for former Sheriff Al St Lawrence who died at the age of 81 after battling cancer for a year.
A U.S. Marshal carries a rifle and shotgun that were found in a house of a convicted felon during a raid for a suspected fugitive who the team thought was staying at the house.
Shamika Washington sheds a tear while members of Yamacraw Village and the surrounding community comfort her during a celebration of life for her daughter who died a few days earlier after taking her own life.
Andy Williams milks a cow before sunrise. Passionate about farming, Williams used to work odd jobs and occassionally took night shifts at a bakery in order to work his own small plot of land he rented outside the city of Savannah. After being offered a job as a caretaker of a farm during the fall of 2014, Andy moved with his family to Swainboro and now works full-time doing what he loves.
A Drill Instructor gives direction on which hatches teachers from Jacksonville (FL), Montgomery (AL), and Savannah, should enter the Recruit Receiving Building upon their arrival to Parris Island for an educators workshop with the Marine Corps.
A man runs around Forsyth Park Friday afternoon as bushes already begin to fill with flowers. March came in with a record-tying high in Savannah of 86 degrees last Wednesday. Climate change is advancing the onset of spring across the United States, though at different rates in different regions.
Mel Ashland teaches his granddaughter Carmel how to use a lasso during Western Night at the Philmont Training Center.
James Waller and Marquis Williams, both students in the Love on a Leash mentoring program, walk to the water-fountain at Gould Elementary in-between reading to Pre-K and Kindergarten classes.