List of Online Black Newspapers in America

By | July 31, 2013

Birmingham TimesGreene County DemocratSpeakin’ Out NewsMontgomery TimesArizona InformantThe BulletinL.A. Watts Times Inc. Los Angeles SentinelLos Angeles WaveOur WeeklyOakland PostTri County SentryPasadena JournalBlack Voice NewsSacramento ObserverSan Diego Voice & ViewpointSan Francisco Sun ReporterThe San Francisco Bay ViewAmerican NewsCalifornia AdvocatePrecinct ReporterThe Community VoiceAfrican-American VoiceInner-City NewspaperInquiring NewsAfro-AmericanWashington InformerDistrict ChroniclesDaytona TimesThe Florida StarJacksonville Free PressThe Miami TimesOrlando AdvocateOrlando TimesPensacola VoiceThe Weekly ChallengerCapital OutlookCentral Florida AdvocateFlorida … Continue reading “List of Online Black Newspapers in America”

58th Adult Choir Anniversary

By | July 31, 2013

It’s a celebration. We are celebrating our 58th Adult Choir Anniversary. We are motivated to continue to praise and service God. We have come this far by faith and we are grateful to God for all he has done for us. You are cordially invited to fellowship with is Sunday, August 4th, 2013 at 5pm. This date and time has … Continue reading “58th Adult Choir Anniversary”

Bone Marrow Transplant Surivor Advocates in D.C.

By | July 31, 2013

Richmond Hill resident and cancer survivor, Garrett McGuire, took his life-saving story to Capitol Hill this week. On Thursday, July 18, McGuire met with lawmakers to urge continued Congressional support of the program he credits with helping to save his life. McGuire was accompanied by 12 other bone marrow advocates from across the nation – a dedicated group of transplant … Continue reading “Bone Marrow Transplant Surivor Advocates in D.C.”

Change Your Water, Change Your Life!

By | July 31, 2013

Ionized alkaline restructured Kangen Water® is the most amazing water in the world. Since one of the causes of most sickness and disease is dehydration, it’s important that you are drinking water that can be absorbed by the body. According to the November 2011 issue of What Doctors Don’t Tell You, if you’re a man, don’t drink water from the … Continue reading “Change Your Water, Change Your Life!”

A. E. Beach High School Alumni Gathered For Demolition Ceremony

By | July 31, 2013

Several A. E. Beach High School alumni gathered for a Demolition Ceremony which took place last Friday morning at 10:00am to say farewell to the old Beach High School facility. The ceremony took place behind the school. The alumni in attendance was reminded of the Beach Jr. High (grades 7-9) before it became (grades 9-12). There were huge memories of … Continue reading “A. E. Beach High School Alumni Gathered For Demolition Ceremony”

Operation Flashlight Community Outreach To Military Families

By | July 31, 2013

AWWIN, Inc. (Assisting Working Women In Need) and Grace Culture International teamed up to provide community outreach to military families. Grace Culture International has joined forces with Sarahlyn and AWWIN and are asking other churches, business, organizations, families and individuals to join them to provide flashlights and batteries (A RAY OF LIGHT) to our Military families. Operation Flashlight will run … Continue reading “Operation Flashlight Community Outreach To Military Families”

Armstrong Masquers Reprise Summer Production

By | July 31, 2013

The Armstrong Atlantic State University Department of Art, Music & Theatre’s (Armstrong AMT) Masquers theatre troupe reprises its Summer presentation of Company of Wayward Saints, George Herman’s comic tale of wandering players who, while performing a slapstick history of man themselves, discover the comedy and grace of the human condition. For two evenings only, 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, … Continue reading “Armstrong Masquers Reprise Summer Production”

Nursing Student Wins Bronze in National SkillsUSA Competition

By | July 31, 2013

Savannah Technical College student Shondai Dunbar-Williams won the bronze award at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference for Nurse Assisting. The win came after competing at the state level, where she won gold. At the national level she competed with six other students in front of a panel of judges. SkillsUSA is an annual competition where industry leaders representing … Continue reading “Nursing Student Wins Bronze in National SkillsUSA Competition”

New Voice Festival Commits To A Future In Savannah

By | July 31, 2013

On last Thursday at The Westin Savannah Harbor, opera legend Sherrill Milnes formally launched the program for the new `Savannah Voice Festival’ which will take place from August 3rd -17th 2013 and confirmed the Festival’s future commitment to Savannah. “We are thrilled that this will now be an annual event and also plan to appear in Savannah throughout the year … Continue reading “New Voice Festival Commits To A Future In Savannah”

Mother Mathilda Beasley House Project

By | July 31, 2013

The will be a News Conference on Friday, August 2, 2013 at 11:00 AM ain the Commission Meeting Room at the Old Courthouse, 124 Bull Street, with members of the Chatham County Commission, members of the Diocese of Savannah and members of the Mother Mathilda Beasley Society. These groups are requesting information from the public to support the Mother Mathilda Beasley … Continue reading “Mother Mathilda Beasley House Project”