Deep Center Names Savannah’s Best Young Author

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Deep Center has named 13-year-old Tyler Kipp, an 8th grader from East Broad Street School, as Deep Laureate for fall 2017. The honor recognizes Tyler as one of Savannah’s “deepest” young authors, whose creative writing is among the most skilled, original, and fearless in the county. Tyler’s honest personal narrative, “Anxiety,” won him the honor. “It means a lot to … Continue reading “Deep Center Names Savannah’s Best Young Author”

WRUU 107.5 Community Radio Volunteer Orientation

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Interested in hosting a radio show or becoming involved in community media? WRUU, Savannah’s leading community radio station, is holding an information session and volunteer orientation on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Rahn Hall at the Unitarian Universalist Church (311 E. Macon St.). Come get an overview of the station and learn about the steps … Continue reading “WRUU 107.5 Community Radio Volunteer Orientation”

Formey Sworn In As Judge For Magistrate Court

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

On February 2, 2018, Roxanne Formey was sworn in as a Judge for the Magistrate Court of Chatham County. Chief Magistrate Mary Kathryn Moss presided over the formal swearing in ceremony along with Judge Michael Karpf, Chief Judge of the Superior Court Eastern Judicial Circuit and Judge Gregory Fowler, Chief Judge of the State Court of Chatham County and Magistrate … Continue reading “Formey Sworn In As Judge For Magistrate Court”

A Moment In Black History

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Marvel’s “Black Panther” is setting a new box office record for opening weekend. Marvel’s “Black Panther” hit theaters last weekend. It made an estimated $192 million between Friday and Sunday in North America. A news release by Disney said, it is estimated to make $362 million internationally. It is the fifth-largest movie opening behind The Avengers, Star Wars: The Force … Continue reading “A Moment In Black History”

Governor and First Lady Sandra Deal Honor Haven Elementary Student LeBron Weaver

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Communities In Schools of Savannah, the state’s premiere model for dropout prevention and student wrap-around supports, is proud to announce Haven Elementary School 5th grade student LeBron Weaver as Regional Winner of the 2018 Communities In Schools of Georgia Champions Award. LeBron was honored last Monday by Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal and Governor Nathan Deal at a reception held … Continue reading “Governor and First Lady Sandra Deal Honor Haven Elementary Student LeBron Weaver”

Applications Open for Summer 500

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

The City of Savannah is gearing up again for the 3rd annual Summer 500 program. High school students aged 16 and over, who are currently enrolled in either public or private school are encouraged to apply for the Summer 500 internship program. Summer 500 internships will pay a minimum of $8 an hour with a minimum of 32 hours a … Continue reading “Applications Open for Summer 500”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU DOC… Do I Have To Be Dilated?

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

If you have ever had an eye examination but never had your eyes dilated, you have not had a thorough eye exam. The eye exam is not complete until the entire eye health has been checked. Why is it this so important? Your doctor has to assess the inside of your eyes to determine if there is any disease that … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU DOC… Do I Have To Be Dilated?”

Lot 33 To Host My Favorite Things A Living Room Concert

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

For the last two years Roger Moss has presented “living room concerts” in intimate locations including upstairs at 24e and the private home of an interior designer. His latest living room concert moves to Lot 33, downstairs at East End Provisions as part of Lot 33 grand opening weekend., Saturday, March 3rd, 7p.m. This show features everything from Broadway to … Continue reading “Lot 33 To Host My Favorite Things A Living Room Concert”

NAACP Mass Meeting A Celebration of Black History Month

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

The Savannah Branch NAACP will host a Mass Meeting on Sunday, February 25, 4 PM at First African Baptist Church, Rev. Thurmond Tillman, Sr. Pastor, 23 Montgomery Street at Franklin Square. The February Mass Meeting is a continuation of the Celebration of Black History Month. Local Civil Rights Leaders, historians, and elected officials have been invited to contribute to a … Continue reading “NAACP Mass Meeting A Celebration of Black History Month”

New Signal Activation This Week in Chatham County

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Georgia DOT announces February 22 activation of a new signalized intersection on US 17/SR 25 at Canebrake Road in Chatham County. At the request of Chatham County, a traffic study was conducted at this intersection revealing a traffic signal was warranted. Georgia DOT crews have installed and bagged the new traffic signals at this location. Message boards will be placed … Continue reading “New Signal Activation This Week in Chatham County”