Scott Announces Candidacy for Chairman of Chatham County Commissioners

By | April 18, 2012

Friends and colleagues of Al Scott held fundraiser on his behalf Monday, April 16th at the Mulberry Inn. Mr. Scott announced his candidacy for the Chairmanship of the Chatham County Commission and the formation of his steering committee. Scott’s political experience include serving as member of the Georgia House of Representatives. Al Scott was also responsible for funding, through the … Continue reading “Scott Announces Candidacy for Chairman of Chatham County Commissioners”

The Community Mourns the Loss of Ursula Boyd

By | April 18, 2012

Magic 103.9 is sad to announce the passing of Ursula Boyd a 7-year-veteran of Magic 103.9 and host of “Sunday Inspirations.” Ursula Boyd filled the radio air waves with hope, inspiration and laughter each and every Sunday on Magic 103.9 from 9am to 2pm. Her spirit and joyful presence will truly be missed in Savannah and the surrounding communities. Ursula … Continue reading “The Community Mourns the Loss of Ursula Boyd”

Idell Biles Crowned Mardi Gras Queen

By | April 18, 2012

The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated presented their Mardi Gras 2012 Contestants, last Friday at the Savannah Civic Center Arena. This year’s contestants were Mary Merritt and Idell Biles. Idell Biles won the contest. Idell Biles is a 1998 honor graduate of Amanda Elzy High School in Greenwood, Mississippi, where she was both a high school basketball and … Continue reading “Idell Biles Crowned Mardi Gras Queen”

Brown Announces Candidacy for Chatham County Commission

By | April 18, 2012

Willie Brown announced his candidacy for District 6 Chatham County Commission. Brown, a BeachHigh School alumni served in U.S. Army with tours to include Vietnam and Norway. He has served our community in many capacities including Chatham County Deputy Sheriff and Savannah Fire and Emergency Services. He has served three terms as Chatham County Commissioner and one term on Savannah … Continue reading “Brown Announces Candidacy for Chatham County Commission”

Obama Steps Up for Communities of Color

By | April 18, 2012

President Barack Obama’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2013 sets a responsible course for rebuilding the economy so that it works for everyone. not just the privileged few. President Obama’s budget maintains the recent increases through the 2014- 2015 award year. And for them and their parents, the president is proposing to make permanent the American Opportunity Tax Credit, a … Continue reading “Obama Steps Up for Communities of Color”

Hoskins Runs For Savannah Chatham County School Board District 2

By | April 18, 2012

Dr. Dionne Hoskins, Savannah Chatham County School Board District 2 Representative, announced her intention to run for her current school board seat at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 18 at Soldiers Field Park, located at the intersection of Joe and Paulsen Streets. Dr. Hoskins is currently serving the remainder of the term of former mayor and District 2 representative Floyd Adams, … Continue reading “Hoskins Runs For Savannah Chatham County School Board District 2”

Sigma Tau Chapter Donates to the Tom Austin House

By | April 18, 2012

Sigma Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is concerned about the many citizens in Savannah that do not have food to eat. After pondering with the thought, they decided to do something for the residents of the Tom D. Austin House, a home for homeless families. They placed boxes around the campus of Armstrong Atlantic State University and … Continue reading “Sigma Tau Chapter Donates to the Tom Austin House”

Trayvon Martin Case Watch: Zimmerman Charged

By | April 18, 2012

Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman appeared in court last Thursday on a second degree murder charge in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Judge Mark E. Herr found probable cause to proceed with the case. Arraignment will be held on May 29 before another judge. The prosecutors must prove Zimmerman’s shooting of Martin was an act of hatred or ill … Continue reading “Trayvon Martin Case Watch: Zimmerman Charged”

Savannah State University to Hold Presidential Scholarship Gala

By | April 18, 2012

Savannah State University’s 2012 Presidential Scholarship Gala will be held at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 5, in the new Student Union on the SSU campus. Net proceeds from the university’s premier fundraiser and acclaimed community event will benefit the Presidential Scholarship Endowment, which provides much-needed scholarship money to deserving students. This year’s gala theme, “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow — We Are … Continue reading “Savannah State University to Hold Presidential Scholarship Gala”

Union Mission Hosts Black-Tie Gala to Benefit Starfish Cafe

By | April 18, 2012

Union Mission hosted a black-tie optional gala event to benefit its Starfish Café, which offers hands-on culinary training for local homeless and at-risk individuals. The gala featured cocktails, signature appetizers created by Starfish Café students, a gourmet dinner, a silent auction and live music by the popular dance band, The Design. Union Mission is a nonprofit corporation focusing on reducing … Continue reading “Union Mission Hosts Black-Tie Gala to Benefit Starfish Cafe”