Louisville Beats Michigan To Clinch NCAA Men’s Basketball Title

By | April 10, 2013

In what was a close scoring basketball game Louisville came out victorious over Michigan Wolverines 82-76 to win the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship. The Louisville Cardinals rallied from a doubledigit deficit to claim the title Louisville played without Kevin Ware, who broke his leg March 31. Coach Rick Pitino promised his players he’d get a tattoo if the Cardinals … Continue reading “Louisville Beats Michigan To Clinch NCAA Men’s Basketball Title”

Change Your Water, Change Your Life!

By | April 10, 2013

Ionized alkaline water can boost your immune system, but did you know that it can also help relieve nasal allergy symptoms and reduce your risk of developing a sinus infection? Runny noses and watery eyes are among the most common allergy symptoms, because when faced with an irritant or allergen, the body’s first line of defense is to “purge.” It … Continue reading “Change Your Water, Change Your Life!”

Managing Stress For Better Health

By | April 10, 2013

Stress is a necessary part of life for us all. We need stress for our very survival. Stress is only harmful when it becomes overwhelming and interrupts the healthy state of our nervous system’s ability to remain in balance. Unfortunately, overwhelming stress has become an increasingly common characteristic of our daily lives. When stress throws our nervous system out of … Continue reading “Managing Stress For Better Health”

A.M.E. Georgia Conference Welcomes Bishop Williams Home

By | April 10, 2013

From Saturday, April 6th through Thursday, April 11th, the 6th District of the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, which is the entire state of Georgia, has convened in Savannah for the 148th session of the Georgia Annual Conference which is being held at St. Philip Monumental A.M.E. Church located at 1112 Jefferson Street in Savannah, where The Rev. George Moore … Continue reading “A.M.E. Georgia Conference Welcomes Bishop Williams Home”

West Broad Street YMCA Announces New Hire

By | April 10, 2013

The West Broad Street YMCA is pleased to announce that it has hired Tameika Porter as its new Director of Operations. Tameika Porter is originally from Atlanta, Georgia, but has been living in Statesboro, Georgia for the past twelve years. She graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education and with a Masters in Public … Continue reading “West Broad Street YMCA Announces New Hire”

Georgia Chapters of The Links Gathered at the Capitol

By | April 10, 2013

Links Day at the Georgia Capitol 2013 took place on March 26 with members of The Links, Incorporated from 15 Georgia chapters located in Albany, Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Fort Valley, LaGrange, Macon and Savannah attending this full day of activities. Georgia Legislators who are members of The Links, Incorporated — Senator Freddie Powell Sims (Albany) and Representative Carolyn Hugley (Columbus) … Continue reading “Georgia Chapters of The Links Gathered at the Capitol”

Local Students Awarded Trips To Turkey

By | April 10, 2013

The Istanbul Center would like to congratulate Tia Amarri Grant and Rayna Perry of Oglethorpe Charter School in Savannah, GA on placing 1st and 3rd respectfully in the middle school essay category in this year’s Global Connections Art & Essay Contest. Their prizes feature a student-teacher ambassador trip to Turkey in the summer of 2013. The Global Connections Art & … Continue reading “Local Students Awarded Trips To Turkey”

Omega Psi Phi Presents Mardi Gras 2013

By | April 10, 2013

The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated will present Their Mardi Gras 2013 Contestants, this Friday at the Savannah Civic Center Arena from 8p.m.-2:30 a.m. Tables are $250.00 and Tickets are $25.00 in advance and $35.00 at the door. This is a BYOB affair. This year’s contestants are Keyona Smith, Victoria Smalls, and Katina Merritt. Mrs. Keyona Smith is … Continue reading “Omega Psi Phi Presents Mardi Gras 2013”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire Celebrates 75 Years

By | April 10, 2013

2013 is a momentous year for United Way of the Coastal Empire. It’s the year that the organization celebrates its 75 years of improving lives in the Coastal Empire community. More than 300 community volunteers and supporters took the time on Wednesday, April 3 to mark the history and reflect on a year that has been blessed by great achievements … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Celebrates 75 Years”

Stephanie Cutter Appointed City Manager

By | April 10, 2013

Savannah City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to appoint Stephanie Cutter as the seventh City Manager in Savannah’s history. “Ms. Cutter is a visionary. She has brought togetherness back among the staff, the leadership and the City of Savannah,” Mayor Edna Jackson said before the vote. As City Manager, Ms. Cutter serves as the chief executive officer of a full-service … Continue reading “Stephanie Cutter Appointed City Manager”