SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

By | October 29, 2014

NC Central 42 SSU 14 Savannah State dropped to 0-8 after a road loss to North Carolina Central. SSU took the early lead after Tino Smith’s 56 yard touchdown pass to Richard Williams with just over two minutes left in the first quarter but the Eagles bounced back with a pair of second quarter scores to take a 14-7 lead … Continue reading “SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE”

Camp Kudzu Elected Mary Chatman To Board Of Directors

By | October 29, 2014

Camp Kudzu welcomes Mary Chatman, Ph.D., R.N., to its Board of Directors. She began her term of service on October 1, 2014. Mary Chatman is the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Memorial University Health Medical Center in Savannah, GA, where she leads their nursing divisions, patient care services, perioperative services, The Rehabilitation Institute, Center for Behavioral Medicine, … Continue reading “Camp Kudzu Elected Mary Chatman To Board Of Directors”

Tina McElroy Ansa To Speak At Savannah State University

By | October 29, 2014

Tina McElroy Ansa — a novelist, journalist and short-story writer — will speak at Savannah State University Thursday, November 6, 2014, at 2 p.m. in the Torian Auditorium of the Jordan Building. The lecture is free and open to the public. Her published novels include “Baby of the Family” (Harcourt Brace, 1989), “Ugly Ways” (Harcourt Brace, 1993), “The Hand I … Continue reading “Tina McElroy Ansa To Speak At Savannah State University”

Making The Grade

By | October 29, 2014

My name is Jameya Barnwell , from Savannah, GA. I was a student in the Kinesiotherapy program at Shaw University from 2009-2013. While in this program I was also the captain of my cheerleading squad for 3 years while maintaining a 3.5 GPA. I was also the Top Student in the program from 2010- 2013. With this title I was … Continue reading “Making The Grade”

The New Georgia Math: 40,000 = 10,000

By | October 29, 2014

Be one of 10,000 voters committed to take 3 additional persons to vote during the 2014 Georgia General Election. Let’s cast votes for the 40,000 persons whose voter registration applications have not been processed and their names are not found on the latest voter rolls in Georgia Secretary of State, (Republican) Brian Kemp’s Office.

Absentee Ballot And Early Voting Information

By | October 29, 2014

Do you need to cast an absentee ballot by mail? First, you must submit the application for an absentee ballot. The application must be processed before your ballot will be mailed. All absentee ballots will be mailed between now and October 31 only. Your absentee ballot, with your vote, must be mailed & postmarked, or delivered in person, to the … Continue reading “Absentee Ballot And Early Voting Information”

Vote Tuesday November 4 – Get Involved!

By | October 29, 2014

Amendment 1: Prohibits the legislature from increasing the state income tax above 6%Ballout Question: Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to prohibit the GeneralAssembly from increasing the maximum state income tax rate?Summary: Georgia currently has a 6% state income tax rate for all income over $7,000,which creates a flat income tax for the majority of tax payers in the … Continue reading “Vote Tuesday November 4 – Get Involved!”

Stop The Violence And Vote Today March

By | October 29, 2014

“Stop the Violence and Vote Today March” took place on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The community participants came from four points in Savannah simultaneously to arrive at Ellis Square @ 11:00 am. Starting Points included Eastside: DFACS ; Westside: Augusta Ave & Eagle Sts: Southside: Kingdom Life Church (Parade Style; Pooler: Walmart (Parade Style); Port Wentworth: Food Lion; all points … Continue reading “Stop The Violence And Vote Today March”

Savannah’s Own Chef Joe Randall Covers The Fall Issue Of Cuisine Noir Magazine

By | October 29, 2014

Savannah’s own Chef Joe Randall, of Chef Joe Randall’s Cooking School and author of A Taste of Heritage: The New African-American Cuisine, is rightfully a ‘cover man’ while featured as the fall cover story by Cuisine Noir Magazine. Through his tireless fifty-year dedication to the culinary industry, Chef Randall is openly humbled by this honor, “I have been enjoying an … Continue reading “Savannah’s Own Chef Joe Randall Covers The Fall Issue Of Cuisine Noir Magazine”

“Souls To The Polls” Sunday Voting Turnout

By | October 29, 2014

Hundreds of members in our community made history Sunday by taking advantage of the NAACP’s Souls to the Polls event. It appeared to have been a success. For the first time, Chatham County held a Sunday Early Voting Day on October 26, from 12 to 5pm. After church services congregations were encouraged to go straight to the open poll at … Continue reading ““Souls To The Polls” Sunday Voting Turnout”