5th Sunday Fellowship Service

By | October 19, 2016

Genesis New Life Apostolic Faith (Mother Church) located at 1900 E. Broad Street in Savannah. Invite you to your 5th Sunday Fellowship Service on Sunday, October 30 2016, Time: 12 p.m. The Host Pastor Presiding is Elder Andrew Williams. Along with guest churches: Abundant Life Miracle Deliverance from Harrison, Ga. Revelation, Redeemed, & Resurrection, Richmond Hill, Ga, and our GNL … Continue reading “5th Sunday Fellowship Service”

Sports With Walter Moore

By | October 19, 2016

Today’s feature is with Reginald Magwood. These days, he can be found working on the water at the Savannah Pilots Association where he is a river pilot. “I’ve been there for nine years. I help navigate ships from Savannah sea buoy to their berth located here in Savannah and Garden City.” Magwood states that he is the second African American … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Volleyball Returns to the Court and Hosts South Carolina State Monday

By | October 19, 2016

Tigers Online The Savannah State University volleyball team (0-20, 0-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) returns to the court after two weeks off to face South Carolina State University (0- 19, 0-4 MEAC) Monday at 5:30 p.m. in Willcox-Wiley Gymnasium. This game was originally scheduled for Friday, Oct. 7, but the match was postponed due to Hurricane Matthew hitting the Savannah area. … Continue reading “Volleyball Returns to the Court and Hosts South Carolina State Monday”

Tigers Lose To North Carolina Central

By | October 19, 2016

Tigers Online The Savannah State defense intercepted five passes and held North Carolina Central to just 86 yards on the ground but it would not be enough as the Eagles posted a 33-3 win over SSU. It was the first time since the 2004 season that a SSU team intercepted at least five passes in a game. That season, the … Continue reading “Tigers Lose To North Carolina Central”

Attorney General Olens Warns Consumers to Beware of Flood-Damaged Vehicles Being Sold in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew

By | October 19, 2016

Attorney General Sam Olens is advising con­sumers who are buying used cars to be wary of vehicles that might have suffered flood damage as the re­sult of Hurricane Matthew. Flood-damaged vehicles are often sold at auction and then wind up on used car lots. Sometimes the ve­hicle’s title will indicate “salvage” or “totaled,” but sometimes dishonest dealers retitle the vehicle … Continue reading “Attorney General Olens Warns Consumers to Beware of Flood-Damaged Vehicles Being Sold in the Wake of Hurricane Matthew”