Mike Jones Announces Candidacy for Chatham County Sheriff

By | February 08, 2012

Mike Jones announced his candidacy for Sheriff of Chatham County Friday, February 3 at the ILA building located at 221 E. Lathrop Ave. Jones is a Democrat, and ran for Sheriff on the Democratic ticket in 2008. Jones is a Savannah native and veteran law enforcement officer who hails from a public service family. Jones has more than three decades … Continue reading “Mike Jones Announces Candidacy for Chatham County Sheriff”

The Savannah Tribune Salutes Black History Month

By | February 08, 2012

The life of celebrated 19th century Shakespearean actor Ira Aldridge will be highlighted in an original theatrical production featuring Avery Brooks, acclaimed 21st century Shakespearean actor, as Ira Aldridge: The African Roscius, at 7 p.m., Feb. 18, at the Armstrong Atlantic State University Fine Arts Center, located 11935 Abercorn St. The performance is free and open to the public. The … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Salutes Black History Month”

Five Men on a Stool to Perform at Grand Festival Day

By | February 08, 2012

Grand Festival Day at The Savannah Civic Center is the highlight of the annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival. Grand Festival Day includes an array of family-oriented activities, concluding with a star-studded concert. Five Men On A Stool, scheduled to perform Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at 8 p.m., is a contemporary R-n-B/Jazz ensemble accompanied by a touch of the spoken word. … Continue reading “Five Men on a Stool to Perform at Grand Festival Day”

NAACP Hosts Curtis V. Cooper Breakfast

By | February 08, 2012

National Association for the Advancement of Colored people announces the 8th Annual Curtis V. Cooper Life Members Breakfast, Saturday April 14, 2012 at 9 a.m. The program will take place at the Hoskins Building Auditorium located at 5000 Ranger Street, East 66th off Waters Avenue, on the campus of Memorial Health University. Reserve your table today and purchase your tickets … Continue reading “NAACP Hosts Curtis V. Cooper Breakfast”

Zena McClain Runs for District Attorney

By | February 08, 2012

Local Attorney and political activist, Zena McClain has taken the first step in a 2012 campaign for District Attorney. McClain filed her declaration of intent, known as Form DOI, with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission on January 26. McClain, who first ran for District Attorney in 2008, owns the McClain Law Firm, where she specializes in Criminal … Continue reading “Zena McClain Runs for District Attorney”

Elder Ferrell to be Honored

By | February 08, 2012

The family of Bishop Willie Ferrell invites you, his friends, community workers, and The faith community to share in the joy of the 65th birthday celebration for our beloved Bishop Willie Ferrell, Saturday March 3, 2012 at 6pm in the evening. The banquet will be held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront, 100 General McIntosh Boulevard Savannah, Georgia 31401. $35.00- Adults, … Continue reading “Elder Ferrell to be Honored”

Southern Women’s Show Full of Ways to Help Community

By | February 08, 2012

When the Southern Women’s Show returns to the Savannah’s International Trade & Convention Center February 17-19 2012, it brings much more than a perfect girls day out – it provides guests with several ways to give back to their community. Guests can help their neighbors in one or all of the following ways: Hot Hunks with Big Hearts. One of … Continue reading “Southern Women’s Show Full of Ways to Help Community”

Savannah Tech Celebrates Black History Month

By | February 08, 2012

Savannah Technical College announces the following schedule of activities at the Savannah, Effingham and Liberty Campuses to commemorate Black History Month. Sponsored by the STC Student Activity Council, these events are free and open to the public. Some venues may have limited seating. Throughout the month there will be Black History Month trivia contests at the Savannah and Liberty Campuses. … Continue reading “Savannah Tech Celebrates Black History Month”

It’s Time to Take Care of Your Fur

By | February 08, 2012

Kirschner Furs is the oldest full-service furrier in the southeast. Established in 1985, they still offer the same quality of products and services. Kirschner Furs has expanded its focus in the last few years to include all types of outerwear. You can find the latest styles in denim/swaroski crystals, reversible silks, lightweight to hand-knitted furs, along with the beautiful traditional … Continue reading “It’s Time to Take Care of Your Fur”

Health Restoration 101

By | February 08, 2012

The only way to know you have high blood pressure, is to have it checked. high blood pressure is called the silent killer because it can go un-detected for years. Too many times the first symptom is a massive heart attack that proves fatal. No warning! No time for aspirin, CPR, ambulance, hospital, drugs, healing, nor change. Recent estimates say … Continue reading “Health Restoration 101”