DeLoach, Foster And Durrence Win In City Elections

By | December 09, 2015

In the Runoff Elections held Tuesday, December 1st , Eddie DeLoach blocked Mayor Edna Jackson’s bid for re-election; Brian Foster defeated Alicia Blakely in the race for the Alderman At-Large Post 2; and Bill Durrence outpaced Alderwoman Mary Osborne in the contest to represent District 2 on the Savannah City Council. In the race for Mayor, DeLoach received 53 percent … Continue reading “DeLoach, Foster And Durrence Win In City Elections”

Colonel McArthur Holmes Announces Candidacy For Sheriff

By | December 09, 2015

Surrounded by family and friends, Colonel McArthur Holmes, a retired Chatham County Sheriff’s officer, announced Monday his intent to run for the office of Sheriff for Chatham County in the Special Election on March 1, 2015. Colonel Holmes worked for the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office over thirty three years and brings that same amount of law enforcement experience to the … Continue reading “Colonel McArthur Holmes Announces Candidacy For Sheriff”

Savannah State University Founders’ Day Celebrates Distinguished Alumni

By | December 09, 2015

Savannah State University (SSU) continued the annual tradition of Founders’ Day on Thursday, November 12th. The observance focused on the history of SSU and its 125th anniversary. Awards were presented to four alumni. The Richard R. Wright Excellence Award, named for the first president, honors corporate or individual citizens, alumni and outstanding leaders, who have distinguished themselves through their expertise … Continue reading “Savannah State University Founders’ Day Celebrates Distinguished Alumni”

Savannah Clergy Unite Against Gun Violence

By | December 09, 2015

Savannah clergy and community members held a press conference and vigil Tuesday, November 8th at City Hall to pray for the families of those lost to gun violence in recent days and to call for action to stop the senseless killing. Together we will remember these vibrant lives cut short and call for community healing, support and action for the … Continue reading “Savannah Clergy Unite Against Gun Violence”

Coastal Jazz Association Presents The 40th Annual Christmas Day Jam Concert

By | December 09, 2015

“It is something that I look forward to every year,” says Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson. “It’s camaraderie and friendly competition at the same time,” adds Savannah Jazz Hall of Famer Teddy Adams. These two quotes eloquently describe the Coastal Jazz Association’s 40th Annual Christmas Jam Concert. It is a gathering and homecoming concert and jam session, with many local and … Continue reading “Coastal Jazz Association Presents The 40th Annual Christmas Day Jam Concert”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | December 09, 2015

Ionized anti-oxidant rich Kangen Water can help you prevent skin damage and protect your skin. Are you concerned about preventing skin damage and protecting your skin’s healthy and youthful glow? Since protecting the skin is a lifelong process, you’ll be happy to discover that results can be easily and conveniently achieved. Taking good care of your skin will make you … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Asbury Memorial Demand Partners to Shed Light on Gun Violence

By | December 09, 2015

As part of its ongoing Ribbons for a Reason initiative, Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church is planning a commemorative event to continue bringing awareness to the nation’s rampant gun violence problem. the Savannah church’s program, originally launched in July, has been building momentum thanks to the support of other area organizations, groups and activists committed to ending the senseless bloodshed. … Continue reading “Asbury Memorial Demand Partners to Shed Light on Gun Violence”

Women at the Table “Coping with Relationship Issues and Depression During the Holidays”

By | December 09, 2015

The Women At The Table (WATT) invite you to join them and their special guest Dr. Dana Taylor Sunday, December 13 at 5:00pm for a dynamic discussion on relationship issues and coping with depression during the holidays. WATT panel discussion will be held in the Executive Court Building, 5105 Paulsen Street- Suite 225D (between 67th and 68th Streets) on the … Continue reading “Women at the Table “Coping with Relationship Issues and Depression During the Holidays””

State of Small Business

By | December 09, 2015

The 2016 State of Small Business in Chatham County on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Reports will be issued by 10 area experts that will have 3 minutes each to present their information on measurable benchmarks relating to the Small Business Community in Savannah. The FREE conference will take place at the Savannah International Trade and Convention … Continue reading “State of Small Business”

Career Educator Share Expert Views of Education

By | December 09, 2015

The December 1, 2015 meeting of Phi Delta Kappa featured a focused, brief, and absorbing address by Dr. Ann Levett, Chief Academic Officer for Savannah Chatham County Public Schools. The theme for the meeting was “Trends and Initiatives In Education”. Positive and negative effects of the currently prevailing processes and factors influencing the status of education were clearly and briefly … Continue reading “Career Educator Share Expert Views of Education”