Mayor Jackson Meets with President Obama

By | March 14, 2012

Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson was among a small group of city officials from around the country invited to meet with President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday, March 12, 2012. Jackson was in Washington for the National League of Cities’ 2012 Congressional City Conference that is designed to offer local officials opportunities to hear from respected national figures, … Continue reading “Mayor Jackson Meets with President Obama”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month

By | March 14, 2012

March is National Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the years of hard work to achieve equity goals in the classroom for females and to ensure American women will be recognized and celebrated in educational institutions, workplaces, and communities throughout the country. Throughout the month of March, The Savannah Tribune will highlight several of these women. The 2012 Theme … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates Women’s History Month”

District Attorney Larry Chisolm Announces Bid For Re-election

By | March 14, 2012

On March 8, 2012 Larry Chisolm launched his campaign to maintain his seat as the District Attorney of the Eastern Judicial Circuit, which is composed of Chatham County. He, along with his election committee, family and other supporters made the announcement outside of the Chatham County Courthouse, that he will be seeking another term. Sworn into office in January 2009, … Continue reading “District Attorney Larry Chisolm Announces Bid For Re-election”

Tammy Stokes Chief Recorder’s Court Judge

By | March 14, 2012

On Monday, March 12, 2012 Judge Tammy Stokes was officially sworn in as Chief Judge of Recorder’s Court. This position became vacant after the death of long time Chief Judge Lawrence “Larry” Dillon. The 1979 Beach High Homecoming Queen worked as a trial attorney in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. before returning to Savannah, and was appointed to the bench in … Continue reading “Tammy Stokes Chief Recorder’s Court Judge”

Dr. Kathy S. Love, Savannah Tech President

By | March 14, 2012

Kathy S. Love was appointed president of Savannah Technical College in January 2009. Since her arrival, Dr. Love has led the College through a period of rapid growth, with STC being named one of the fastest growing two-year colleges of its size in the country by Community College Magazine. Because of her leadership, the College has expanded its program offerings … Continue reading “Dr. Kathy S. Love, Savannah Tech President”

Dr. Paula Wallace, SCAD President

By | March 14, 2012

Paula Wallace is the president and co-founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design, a SACS-accredited nonprofit university established in 1978 -one of the most comprehensive art and design universities in the world In 2005, she established SCAD Atlanta, the university’s urban campus that in five years has grownfrom 77 students to 1,900 students  making it one of the … Continue reading “Dr. Paula Wallace, SCAD President”

Nutritionist Carolyn Guilford to Speak at Bull Street Library

By | March 14, 2012

Nutritionist Carolyn Guilford of Health Restoration Consulting will speak at a seminar entitled “ Let thy Food be thy Medicine” March 26th at 6 PM, in the auditorium of the Bull Street Branch of the Live Oak Library in Savannah. Event is free and open to all. As a nutritionist, Carolyn will open the discussion, and show a film chronicling … Continue reading “Nutritionist Carolyn Guilford to Speak at Bull Street Library”

March is HIV/AIDS Awareness Month: Be Aware

By | March 14, 2012

March is HIV/AIDS Awareness month. With the disease targeting women and men of all ages it is important to develop a clear cut stragety to fight the spread of the disease. One way this is being accomplished by HIV/AIDS organizations world wide is by targeting women. HIV/AIDS is no longer striking primarily men. Today, more than 20 years into the … Continue reading “March is HIV/AIDS Awareness Month: Be Aware”

The American Red Cross Celebrates Red Cross Month

By | March 14, 2012

“Red Cross Month” was first proclaimed in 1943 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and designated again every year by all Presidents since then. On March 17, 2012 the Southeast Georgia Red Cross (Savannah, Bulloch and Brunswick) will celebrate 95 years of service to the and “You’d Look Good In Red.” The Red Cross is constantly in need of three things; … Continue reading “The American Red Cross Celebrates Red Cross Month”

American Cancer Society Announces Family PLZ Campaign

By | March 14, 2012

The American Cancer Society is encouraging everyone to make a point to learn their family history of colon cancer, and reminding men and women 50 and older to get tested for the disease even if they have no family history. The Society is making it easier than ever to learn about your family history of colon cancer with the Family … Continue reading “American Cancer Society Announces Family PLZ Campaign”