Savannah Silver Cheetahs Compete in N.C. United Youth Indoor Track & Field

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

This past weekend, on December 30, 2017, the Silver Cheetahs competed in the North Carolina United Youth Indoor Track and Field Classic in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 10 athletes from the Savannah-Chatham Silver Cheetahs competed in Winston Salem, North Carolina, against multiple track and field teams across Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. As a result, the Savannah Chatham Silver … Continue reading “Savannah Silver Cheetahs Compete in N.C. United Youth Indoor Track & Field”

Bring One for The Chipper at Savannah/Hilton Head International

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

Savannah/Hilton Head International is sponsoring Bring One for the Chipper tree recycling from December 26 through January 6. Bring one for the Chipper has been a holiday tradition in Georgia for twenty-seven years and is the largest tree recycling program in the nation. The drop off site is located at the airport recycle lot on Aggett Drive. Residents are asked … Continue reading “Bring One for The Chipper at Savannah/Hilton Head International”

Downtown Parking Changes Now in Effect

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

The City of Savannah is implementing its new Parking Matters rate structure for parking downtown. This only effects on-street parking north of Liberty Street. Parking and Mobility Director Sean Brandon held a press conference January 2nd, to answer questions about the changes. The City’s Parking and Mobility Services staff will be distributing flyers to remind people who park downtown about … Continue reading “Downtown Parking Changes Now in Effect”

Forsyth Farmers’ Market Launches 2018 Season

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

The Forsyth Farmers’ Market (FFM), a local non-profit organization that seeks to promote a local food system in Savannah, looks forward to new changes and continual growth in the 2018 year. The first farmers market of 2018 will be Saturday, January 6th in Forsyth Park from 9:00am until 1:00pm. In addition to all of your old favorites, there will be … Continue reading “Forsyth Farmers’ Market Launches 2018 Season”

Trash Pick Up Schedules Changing Due to Holiday and Winter Storm

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

The City of Savannah’s Sanitation Department has modified trash and recycling pick up schedules due to the New Year’s Day holiday and approaching winter storm. Residential Garbage Collection – No collection on Wednesday January 3; collection will resume on January 4, 2 days behind regular schedule: Residential Recycling Collection – No collection on Wednesday January 3; collection will resume on … Continue reading “Trash Pick Up Schedules Changing Due to Holiday and Winter Storm”

Logan, Retired Full Professor, Receives Faculty Emeritus From Armstrong State University 2017

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

Dr. Brenda Logan spent 30 years as a veteran English teacher at Mc- Murray Middle School in Nashville, Tennessee. While teaching in Nashville, Logan completed her doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction at George Peabody of Vanderbilt University. In 2001, Dr. Logan decided it was time to return to Savannah, her hometown. Logan was offered a position in 2002 as an … Continue reading “Logan, Retired Full Professor, Receives Faculty Emeritus From Armstrong State University 2017”

A.E. Beach Class of 1957 60th Class Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

A. E. Beach High Class of 1957 held their 60th class reunion last week (December 27-31) at DeSoto Savannah. Many class members traveled far and near for this joyous occasion. A meet and greet was held on Wednesday and Thursday in the Hospitality Suite at the DeSoto. On Friday, December 29, a banquet and dance was held in the DeSoto … Continue reading “A.E. Beach Class of 1957 60th Class Reunion”

SIDC To Host Conference About Human Trafficking

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

Savannah Interagency Diversity Council (SIDC) will be partnering with Savannah State University to host the third annual “Savannah Traffick Jam” in celebration of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The theme for the event will be “Raising Awareness, Igniting Change to End Human Trafficking” and will feature Ms. K. Michelle of 103.9 and Ms. Meredith Stutz of WSAV as Master of … Continue reading “SIDC To Host Conference About Human Trafficking”

Good Times Jazz Bar Hosts Fat Tuesday Celebrations Throughout Month of January

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant located at 107 W. Broughton St. will bring a celebration of Louisiana’s unique contribution to the world, JAZZ! Celebrate Fat Tuesday at Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant every Tuesday in January. Join Jeremy Davis, Kirk Lee and the Equinox Quintet for a musical gumbo ranging from New Orleans flavored standards, Bossa Novas, Swinging … Continue reading “Good Times Jazz Bar Hosts Fat Tuesday Celebrations Throughout Month of January”

Inaugural Celebration Held For Statesboro Mayor Jonathan McCollar

By Savannah Tribune | January 03, 2018

Johnathan McCollar made history becoming Statesboro’s first African American Mayor. Surrounding by family and friends, an inauguration ceremony was held last Saturday in Statesboro. McCollar defeated the incumbent mayor, Jan Moore, by more than 200 votes last November. Born and raised in Statesboro and a Graduate of Georgia Southern University, McCollar received his Master’s in Public Administration as well as … Continue reading “Inaugural Celebration Held For Statesboro Mayor Jonathan McCollar”