I t has been almost seven months since Edna Jackson and five other candidates began their campaigns for Mayor of Savannah. Since that time, there have been numerous public discussions of the issues, various advertisements, and of course, a campaign sign has been placed on almost every available lot. Now, with less than one week before Election Day, we can … Continue reading “We Support Edna Jackson for Mayor of Savannah”
I n September of 2006, ESPLOST was approved by the citizens of this area and the power of pennies went into effect supporting facilities growth throughout Savannah- Chatham Schools. Since its inception, ESPLOST has generated more than 300 million dollars, funds used to pay down bond debt and support the construction of new schools, significant renovation projects, and technology upgrades. … Continue reading “ESPLOST: Pennies at Work”
Three members of Savannah City Council traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to participate in a special event at the White House concerning jobs, transportation, infrastructure and immigration. Because of their leadership positions with the National League of Cities, Savannah aldermen Edna Jackson, Van Johnson and Tony Thomas were invited to join other leaders from the NLC in a meeting … Continue reading “Aldermen Participate in White House Discussion on Pressing Issues”
During an October 1 game at the newly renovated T.A. Wright Stadium, members of the SSU Athletic Foundation presented a check to Interim President Cheryl Davenport Dozier for over $30,000. Pictured left to right are: Attorney Charles Bell, Dr. Cheryl Dozier, Henry Nash and Carl Hayes.
The W.W. Law House, located at 710 W. Victory Drive in Savannah, has been named to The Georgia Trust’s 2012 Places in Peril list, which identifies 10 Peach State historic sites threatened by demolition, neglect, lack of maintenance, inappropriate development or insensitive public policy. The former home of the late Savannah Civil Rights leader W.W. Law made the 2012 list … Continue reading “W.W. Law House Named to Georgia Trust’s 2012 Places in Peril List”
Hampton 22 Savannah State 5 Savannah State put together a good defensive effort but it was not enough as the Tigers lost their homecoming tilt to Hampton (5-3) before a season high crowd of 10,350 at Wright Stadium. The Tigers led 5-3 at the half thanks to Nate Clay tackling a Hampton player in the end zone for a safety … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”
A Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) employee was recognized for his service and dedication by the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association. Travis Fretwell, Assistant Executive Director & Director of the Office of Prevention Services and Programs received the organization’s first-ever Distinguished Service Award during its Fall Training and Education Retreat held October 9-13, in Toccoa, GA. Wayne Bland, … Continue reading “Department of Behavioral Health Employee Receives Inaugural Award”
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Mt. Carmel Methodist Church, Inc., 2018 Grove Point Road Savannah, GA 31419, will hold its Harvest Day Celebration on November 13, 2011, 3:00 p.m. The speaker will be Sister Cynthia Fearbry of Thankful Baptist Church. Dr. Dorsena J. Grant, Pastor.
Genesis New Life Apostolic Faith Church, Inc., 1900 East Broad and 35 Streets, will hold its annual Flea Market and Fish Fry on Saturday, November 5, 2011. Flea Market opens at 7 a.m., and fish fry runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donation is $10 for adults, and $6 for children under 9. See you there! Myles A. Latimer, … Continue reading “Genesis New Life to hold Annual Flea Market and Fish Fry”