First African American to be Elected to Probate Judge in Richmond County

By | December 05, 2012

Savannah native Harry B. James, II, son of the late Harry B. James and the Alethia Thornton James has been elected Probate Judge for the county of Richmond (Augusta, Ga) during the “Decision 2012” election held on November 6. James has been very active in civic and social activities in the Augusta community. He has also served in numerous judicial … Continue reading “First African American to be Elected to Probate Judge in Richmond County”

Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Hosts Candlelight Service

By | December 05, 2012

Candlelight service will be held, Sunday, December 16, 2012 at 5 p.m. Pastor Anthony Maxwell, the officers, and members thank everyone for their fellowship with us. Please remember, watch night services will be held December 31, 2012 at 10 p.m. Saint Mark Baptist Church, Pastor Reverend Brooks will be taking charge of the service again. Thanks to everyone and we … Continue reading “Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Hosts Candlelight Service”

Holy Communion Candlelight Worship Service

By | December 05, 2012

Interim Pastor Henrietta B. Lovett and the Byran Neck Missionary Baptist Church family, 16525 Highway 144 East, Richmond Hill, GA; cordially invite you to their annual Holy Communion Candlelight Worship Service on Sunday, December 09, 2012. Communion is the time to remember Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. Please come out and be refresed and reconnected with the Lord. Help us … Continue reading “Holy Communion Candlelight Worship Service”

Genesis New Life Apostolic Faith Church

By | December 05, 2012

Holy Greeting in the precious name of Jesus! As we look forward to celebrating this upcoming Appreciation, we would like to thank God first of all and thank you Savannah for your love, support and prayers over the past 30 years. The Lord is yet blessing. Starting Sunday, December 2 at 11:30AM, we’ll be celebrating 30 years. Monday thru Friday … Continue reading “Genesis New Life Apostolic Faith Church”

Crime in the City

By | December 05, 2012

We hear of crime in the city and you wonder how it can change. There is only one answer to that. Knowing that crime is a sin and Satan is behind it all, the answer is God. He is the only one who can combat crime. Therefore true born again saints can may a change. We, the Unswitchables go out … Continue reading “Crime in the City”

Self Discipline Is Key To Success

By | December 05, 2012

Changing for a better life.. Changing from our old ways of doing things, and our old ways of thinking, sometimes is hard. Hard because we are happy in our comfort zone. It’s familiar. It’s easy and requires no thinking, habit has taken over. Hard because in our comfort zone we don’t want to change, yet we want better, but without … Continue reading “Self Discipline Is Key To Success”

Rebuilding Together Savannah is Part of Georgia Gives Day

By | December 05, 2012

Georgia Gives Day is December 6, 2012. Go to their website at www.gagivesday.org/ and look for us under our name “Rebuilding Together Savannah” or key words such as home repair, seniors, disabled persons, etc. The Georgia Center for Nonprofits spearheaded this effort and we are duly registered and set up to receive donations. Share the news on your Facebook page … Continue reading “Rebuilding Together Savannah is Part of Georgia Gives Day”

Bistro Savoir Sales Help Culinary Arts

By | December 05, 2012

The Savannah Technical College Foundation Community Council raised just under $5,000 in the first Bistro Savoir pre-Thanksgiving sale of artisan breads and desserts made by students in the College’s Culinary Arts baking and pastry program. “We really weren’t sure what to expect, so to sell out nearly everything we offered is tremendous,” said Gail Eubanks, STC executive director of institutional … Continue reading “Bistro Savoir Sales Help Culinary Arts”

Chambliss, Isakson Meet with Area Leaders

By | December 05, 2012

U.S. Sens. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., and Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., met with Georgia’s coastal-area leaders to discuss the impact of federal legislation on their communities. Mayor Jim Thom- as of Hinesville, Alderman Tony Thomas of Savannah, Chairman John McIver of the Liberty County Board of Commissioners, and Mr. Ron Tolley, CEO of the Liberty County Development Authority were in attendance. “It … Continue reading “Chambliss, Isakson Meet with Area Leaders”

Harkleroad Diamonds & Fine Jewelry Makes Donation to Senior Citizens, Inc.

By | December 05, 2012

Harkleroad Diamonds & Fine Jewelry presented a check at its holiday open house held on Saturday, December 1 at 3 p.m. to Senior Citizens, Inc. for Sterling Rides, a service that provides transportation for personal errands to seniors who are unable to drive themselves. To increase awareness of the program and to recruit drivers, volunteer applications can be picked up … Continue reading “Harkleroad Diamonds & Fine Jewelry Makes Donation to Senior Citizens, Inc.”