Armstrong Holds Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

The 2017 Armstrong Student Juried Art Exhibition opened on January 30 and will run until February 10. The exhibition will be held at Armstrong’s main campus in the Fine Arts Gallery. Armstrong Art program students shine in this annual competitive exhibition that features categories in various media including sculpture, photography, graphic design, ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking, jewelry, fabric design, digital … Continue reading “Armstrong Holds Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition”

Mayor DeLoach To Give the State of The City Address Thursday Feb. 9th

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

Mayor Eddie De- Loach will issue the State of the City address during a Town Hall Meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 9, in the Johnny Mercer Theater at the Savannah Civic Center, 301 W. Oglethorpe Ave. The public is encouraged to attend.

Local Youth Accepted to Morehouse

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

Savannah youth and great, great, great grandson of Savannah midwife Sallie Blunt Brown: Brodrick Jackson was accepted to Morehouse University at 16 years old. He took part in their Early College program where he majored in Math and Engineering with an A average. An honor student at Savannah High Brodrick holds a part time job at the local Krystal’s while … Continue reading “Local Youth Accepted to Morehouse”

Savannah-Chatham Day Held in Atlanta

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

Savannah- Chatham Day was held last Thursday, January 26 in Atlanta. This event sponsored by the Savannah Chamber of Commerce allows hundreds of Savannah’s business professionals to meet and mingle with local and state elected officials. The day includes legislative meetings and a seafood reception immediately following. This event gives the Chamber an opportunity to advocate for its 2017 legislative … Continue reading “Savannah-Chatham Day Held in Atlanta”

Good Neighbor Award Nominations Due Thursday, February 16

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

The City of Savannah is gearing up for the Spring 2017 Good Neighbor Award in which residents nominate their neighbors for improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods. The Good Neighbor Award recognizes the ongoing efforts of Savannah residents who are making exceptional contributions to their neighborhoods. The program is designed to honor those who make a difference in … Continue reading “Good Neighbor Award Nominations Due Thursday, February 16”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

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, great tasting Kangen Water® you can … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Bus Route 75 Discontinued

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

The officials of Chatham Area Transit (CAT) have decided to discontinue bus route #75, commonly known as the Prowler. This decision was reached after several public meetings were held to gather feedback and will become effective on February 13, 2017. The weekend, late-night service has witnessed a steady decline in the number of passengers using it and is no longer … Continue reading “Bus Route 75 Discontinued”

Gamma Sigma Omega “Light the Night for Heart Health: Pink Goes Red”

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Gamma Sigma Omega chapter will join millions of women on National Wear Red Day, Friday, February 3rd, by wearing red as “Pink Goes Red” to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke in women. Alpha Kappa Alpha known for wearing pink will adorn red to promote healthy heart as Gamma Sigma Omega host “Light the … Continue reading “Gamma Sigma Omega “Light the Night for Heart Health: Pink Goes Red””

Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs; Planning for the Future

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

Nearing the end ofa3yearstrategicplan, Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs is preparing to expand its services to enhance the lives of more of the children of Savannah. Currently in a cramped, 13,000 square foot, aging facility, that provides no opportunity for expansion, the Director and the Board are planning to expand to 40,000 square feet. Location and timing are yet … Continue reading “Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs; Planning for the Future”

Skate Park Coming To Lake Mayer

By Savannah Tribune | February 01, 2017

After many years of fundraising, our dream of building a public skate park is nearing reality. Team Pain will be in Savannah in March to begin construction of Chatham County’s first concrete park at Lake Mayer. Several fundraisers are planned during the next few weeks to raise the remainder of the funds required. Savannah Skatepark Pint Night is on Wednesday, … Continue reading “Skate Park Coming To Lake Mayer”