SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

By | May 27, 2015

Gonzalez Named MEAC Coach of the Year Savannah State head coach softball Jose Gonzalez was named the 2015 MEAC Coach of the Year after leading the Lady Tigers to a regular season record of 20- 15 and a 13-1 record in the conference. SSU won the MEAC Southern Division regular season title. Gonzalez is the winningest coach in SSU’s softball … Continue reading “SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE”

Insight For Living

By | May 27, 2015

Let’s say Luke won’t talk to his parents. When he comes home from school, he goes straight to his room without bothering to say, “hello.” His parents know nothing about is high school friends, and they have no idea what he does when he’s away from home His family never discusses problems and their dew talk usually end in shouting … Continue reading “Insight For Living”

Your Summer Awaits at the West Broad Street YMCA

By | May 27, 2015

Registration fee waived for first 50 people! Slots remain open for the West Broad Street YMCA 2015 Summer Camp! Camp will take place June 1 – July 31, 2015. Tuition is set at $85.00, per week. The camp registration fee of $60.00 is waived for the first 50 people. A sliding scale option is also available. Financial scholarships are available … Continue reading “Your Summer Awaits at the West Broad Street YMCA”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | May 27, 2015

Change Your Water… Change Your Life! Ionizer restructured Kangen Water® can help you stay hydrated while working and playing outside. Dehydration is far too common, given how preventable it is. Dehydration occurs when we put out more water than we take in. This happens often in the summer when we are spending more time enjoying outdoor activities. With clean, healthy, … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Residents with Functional or Medical Needs Urged to Register with the Health Department

By | May 27, 2015

The recent early arrival of Tropical Storm Ana serves as a reminder that being prepared yearround is important for the residents of coastal Georgia – especially those with functional and medical needs. The Functional and Medical Needs Registry is made up of residents who may require transport and medical assistance during a hurricane evacuation and have no other resources such … Continue reading “Residents with Functional or Medical Needs Urged to Register with the Health Department”

Law For the People

By | May 27, 2015

Victims of negligence suffer from another’s carelessness. For example, pedestrians struck by automobiles may become quadriplegics or drivers struck by other drivers may lose their memories. Despite these injuries, all hope is not lost. There are a few steps that every personal injury victim can take to reclaim his/her life: 1) Get a lawyer who specializes in personal injury, returns … Continue reading “Law For the People”

New I-95 Welcome Center Groundbreaking

By | May 27, 2015

American Legion Post 500 Holds Memorial Day Ceremony

By | May 27, 2015

Last Monday the Wiilliam P. Jordan American Legion Post 500 held their Annual Memorial Day Commemoration of military veterans and to those who have made the supreme sacrifice that our nation, our government and our people may remain free and democratic. The American Legion Post 500 was one of many veterans organizations that paid homage to the brave fallen on … Continue reading “American Legion Post 500 Holds Memorial Day Ceremony”

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Holds Jabberwock 2015

By | May 27, 2015

Greater Atlanta Girl Scouts Honor Military and Supporters

By | May 27, 2015

On May 17, the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta honored America’s military and the Girl Scouts who support them during their annual Smiles 4 Military Cookie Sendoff Program. The program, held at Girl Scouts headquarters in Mableton, Ga, drew over a hundred Girl Scouts, active military, families and veterans. The ceremony marked the end of the annual Girl Scout cookie … Continue reading “Greater Atlanta Girl Scouts Honor Military and Supporters”