Brownsville Baptist Church

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

Big Night For The 60th Grammy Awards

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

The 60th Grammy Awards hosted by James Corden was held Sunday. The biggest stars came out in hopes to take home a Grammy. The biggest winner of the night was Bruno Mars, who won all six awards he was nominated for, including album of the year and record of the year. Kendrick Lamar also had a big night winning five … Continue reading “Big Night For The 60th Grammy Awards”

Old Savannah City Mission Appoints William E. Stiles, Jr.

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

On January 18, 2018, Pastor Larry McDaniel, Chairman of the Board of Old Savannah City Mission appointed William E. Stiles, Jr. to its Board of Directors. Pastor McDaniel stated that it was his honor and pleasure to welcome William to the Board. Stiles is a native Savannahian graduating from Jenkins High School in 1998 with honors. After high school he … Continue reading “Old Savannah City Mission Appoints William E. Stiles, Jr.”

Savannah’s Interim Police Chief Takes the Helm

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

Savannah- Chatham Police Interim Chief Mark Revenew was sworn into office on Thursday, Jan. 25. Revenew replaces Chief Jack Lumpkin. Lumpkin stepped down in 2017 to take a job in DeKalb County, Georgia. The ceremony was held at City Hall in Council Chambers. Mayor Eddie DeLoach, city staff, and the Mayor of Pooler attended the ceremony. Revenew badge was pinned … Continue reading “Savannah’s Interim Police Chief Takes the Helm”

MLK 39th Annual Business & Community Unity Brunch Held

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

The Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Day Association held its 39th Annual Business and Community Unity Brunch last Saturday morning, January 27, 2018 at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. Hundreds of Community leaders, business leaders and others gather during this annual event to share Dr. King’s vision. Savannah native and Civil Rights activist George Shinhoster was the keynote … Continue reading “MLK 39th Annual Business & Community Unity Brunch Held”

City Moves Forward With Two New Precincts

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

On Tuesday, January 30 the City of Savannah moved forward on two new Savannah Police precincts. City leaders broke ground on a new Central Precinct which will be located on MLK, Jr. Blvd. between W. 33rd and W. 34th streets. The new Central Precinct is being paid for by SPLOST revenue. The new Central Precinct will house state-of-the-art equipment for … Continue reading “City Moves Forward With Two New Precincts”

Dr. Tonia Howard-Hall Announces Candidacy For District 8 School Board Representative

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

Dr. Tonia Howard Hall has announced her candidacy to represent District 8 of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School Board Howard-Hall, a retired educator of 32 years is a product of the Savannah Chatham County Public School System graduating from Tompkins High School. In Chatham County, she worked as a classroom teacher, District REP (Remedial Education Program) Lead Math Teacher, District … Continue reading “Dr. Tonia Howard-Hall Announces Candidacy For District 8 School Board Representative”

2018 Voter Empowerment Campaign Meeting To Be Held

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

The Political Action Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP will hold its initial 2018 Voter Empowerment Campaign meeting on Monday, February 5th. The kick-off meeting and training will be held at Tremont Temple Mission ary Baptist Church, Quentin J. Morris Sr., Pastor, at 1110 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. from 6 to 8 PM. The Earl T. Shinhoster Voter Empowerment … Continue reading “2018 Voter Empowerment Campaign Meeting To Be Held”

District 8 Community Meeting To Be Held at Godley Station School

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

– Chatham County Commissioner of District 8, Commissioner Chester A. Ellis, will hold a community meeting for District 8 on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria of Godley Station School. Commissioner Ellis, along with Chatham County staff, will be available to answer questions regarding the Benton Boulevard Extension Project and the Jimmy DeLoach Parkway Project.

Students Win Awards in Walt Disney Imagineering’s 27th Imaginations Design Competition

By Savannah Tribune | January 31, 2018

Two teams from Savannah College of Art and Design and a team from Otis College of Art and Design walked away with the top honors from Walt Disney Imagineering’s 27th Imaginations Design Competition. Started in 1991 by Disney Legend and Imagineering executive, the late Marty Sklar, this unique and creative competition seeks out and nurtures the next generation of diverse … Continue reading “Students Win Awards in Walt Disney Imagineering’s 27th Imaginations Design Competition”