June 24, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Confederate Flag Controversy

A growing controversy over the years in many southern states has been the use of the confederate flag in many government entities. More...

Special Sections

Health

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

Do you know how much water you should drink each day? If not, don’t worry - most of us don’t! We’ve heard guidelines, sure, but there are so many sources of information out there all saying different things. More...

Eye Care For You

Computer Eyestrain: 10 Steps for Relief

In a world of computerized offices, homes, schools, and recreational activities, it is important to know that prolonged use of computers and computerized gadgets can lead to visual complications known as computer vision syndrome (CVS). More...

Church

Insight For Living

Help Us Reach the Lost

As I was in fellowship with God, I received His word for all of us. God has been waking me up to fellowship with Him since 1974 around 3:00 to 4:30 a.m. and seldom 4:45. More...

Men and Women Day Program

Pastor Floyd Hartford and the New Generation Church Family of Richmond Hill, Ga invites you and your church family and friends to their Men & Women Day Program. More...

Percussionist Recognition Day

The Second Arnold Baptist Church family will be recognizing their church percussionist, Bro. Alex McNeil. Bro. Alex McNeil has served faithfully for seven years and his contributions have added to our worship services and church programs. More...

“The Magic Marc TV Show” Wins Best TV Series At Philalm Week

PHILAFILM Week opened Monday, June 15, 2015, at the African American Museum in Philadelphia, PA. with an exclusive screening of the Academy Award-nominated, feature documentary, “First Grader”, from National Geographic. More...

Spotlight on Derrick Chisholm

Derrick Chisholm loves to play and dance and sing. His favorite book series is “Thomas the Train.” Sounds like a typical little boy. More...

Social & Community News

What Is My Case Worth: Your Injury In Dollars And “$ense”

Have you ever watched a commercial that says if you were injured, you can get paid? Lawyers often make these statements but fail to explain what that means. More...

Senior Citizens, Inc. Recieves $52,000 Grant from the Walmart Foundation

The Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI), a nonprofit dedicated to helping people age successfully, announced on June 18, 2015 that it was awarded a $52,000 contribution to assist in delivering meals to elderly citizens in need throughout coastal Georgia. More...

J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center Announces New Board Members

J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center, a nonprofit organization providing affordable health care services to individuals in the Savannah community, is pleased to announce two new members of the Board of Directors. More...

Community Events

Labor And Delivery Tour

2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m., Sunday May 17, Memorial University Medical Center Want to take a look around before the big day? Register for a tour of our labor and delivery areas. More...

Free Swim Lessons

Free Swim Lessons for adults who do not have the financial resources and cannot afford to pay for swim lessons. Adults must show proof of income to qualify. Each session consists of 4 (1) hour classes of instruction More...

Retired And Senior Volunteer Program of EOA Needs Volunteers

Share your time and special talents with others, join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of EOA, we need your help to help others. Through RSVP seniors 55 and older serve in various community organizations 1 to 40 hours per week. More...

Sports

SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

Hall Earns All-America Honors Following his performance at the 2015 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships that were held June 10-13 in Eugene, More...

Tom Brady Fights for an Appeal

Tom Brady and representatives from the player’s union are meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell at NFL headquarters as Brady tries to appeal his four game suspension in his role of using deflated footballs in the AFC Championship Game win ove More...