Hendrix named to the MEAC Preseason Team

By | October 21, 2015

Junior Kenyata Hendrix was named to the All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference First Team as a guard, while Savannah State University women’s basketball team was picked to finish fourth in the conference, announced by the MEAC on Tuesday. “First of all, congratulations to Kenyata,” head coach Cedric Baker said. “She’s one of our returner starters from last year’s championship team. She’s the … Continue reading “Hendrix named to the MEAC Preseason Team”

NAACP Political Forum

By | October 21, 2015

The Political Action Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP will host a political forum on Thursday, October 22, 6:30PM at Pentecostal Miracle Deliverance Center, 4712 Bull Street. All city council district candidates have been invited to debate at this forum. This event is open to the public. For more information, call the NAACP Office at (912) 233-4161 or visit www.savnaacp.com.

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | October 21, 2015

Ionized alkalized restructured Kangen Water ® can help raise your body’s alkalinity and oxygen content. Cancer is a natural process. A small percentage of cells in everyone will at some point in their lives turn cancerous, however the body usually can eliminate cancerous cells before they can increase and do harm, therefore goes unnoticed. Dr. Warburg was one of the … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Cedric The Entertainer Comes to Savannah

By | October 21, 2015

CEDRIC the Entertainer’s SOLO COMEDY SHOW comes to Savannah, on October 22nd at The Johnny Mercer Theater. Cedric Antonio Kyles, better known by the stage name Cedric the Entertainer, is an American actor, comedian, director, and game show host. He was originally the host on It’s Showtime at the Apollo. He was born April 24, 1964 (age 51), in Jefferson … Continue reading “Cedric The Entertainer Comes to Savannah”

Lucky’s Market Opens in Savannah

By | October 21, 2015

Lucky’s Market opened its first natural and organic grocery store in Georgia today at 5501 Abercorn Street in Savannah. Opening day activities included a bacon-cutting ceremony and a presentation of more than $10,000 in Impact Grants through the Lucky’s Community Project to support two local non-profit organizations. Donations will be made to assist Step Up Savannah to help provide workbooks, … Continue reading “Lucky’s Market Opens in Savannah”

The Edna Lewis Foundation Teams Up with Chef Mashama Bailey ‘The Black Hand in the Pot’

By | October 21, 2015

On Monday, November 2, 6:00 p.m., at The Grey, 109 Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd, Savannah, GA, The Edna Lewis Foundation (ELF) is proud to pay tribute to African-American female chefs while celebrating the legacy of Chef Edna Lewis. Though serving in America’s kitchens for over 300 years, most black female chefs are noteworthy undiscovered culinary heroines. Through a continued … Continue reading “The Edna Lewis Foundation Teams Up with Chef Mashama Bailey ‘The Black Hand in the Pot’”

Remembering Dr. Ja Jahannes

By | October 21, 2015

Poet, playwright, scholar, composer, mentor, and friend – these are just of a few of the many words used to describe the late Dr. Ja Jahannes. At the time of his passing in July, Dr. Jahannes and the Georgia Historical Society were preparing for a program that he titled, “Who Will Remember Me? The Importance of Preserving the Culture of … Continue reading “Remembering Dr. Ja Jahannes”

Child Sex Trafficking Conference Announced For October 26th

By | October 21, 2015

Mayor Edna Jackson, City Aldermen, and SCMPD Chief Joseph H. Lumpkin, Sr. joined conference organizers for a news conference at City Hall this morning to announce details of the upcoming 2015 Child Sex Trafficking Community Response Forum Conference. The conference will take place Monday, October 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Savannah Civic Center. Georgia State Attorney … Continue reading “Child Sex Trafficking Conference Announced For October 26th”

Re-Elect Van Johnson First District Alderman

By | October 21, 2015

First District Alderman Van R. Johnson, II, has distinguished himself as an energetic advocate for the concerns of the residents of the First District which includes several of Savannah’s densely populated African-American neighborhoods. Although Johnson has amassed an impressive list of accomplishments for the District that he represents, he has never lost sight of the importance of having the members … Continue reading “Re-Elect Van Johnson First District Alderman”

We Must Vote To Keep Savannah Moving Forward

By | October 21, 2015

The Savannah Tribune has a proud and glorious heritage. Our history dates back to 1875, when three African-American civic and business leaders recognized the need for a newspaper dedicated to serving the African-American community. We have always been in the forefront of positive efforts to move our people in a direction that benefits us, as well as the overall community. … Continue reading “We Must Vote To Keep Savannah Moving Forward”