Better Than Sex – A Dessert Restaurant Announces New Location in Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Better Than Sex – A Dessert Restaurant, a romantic dessert-themed restaurant, announces the upcoming opening of their Savannah location at 410 W. Broughton Street. The site was selected for its charm in the Historic District. This will mark the first of the restaurant’s new franchise endeavor, welcoming Savannah locals Jacquelyn Sankowlski, Chris Sankowski and Lindsey Haemmerle to the Better Than … Continue reading “Better Than Sex – A Dessert Restaurant Announces New Location in Savannah”

Savannah Classical Academy Announces Organizational Changes

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

The Board of Directors of the Savannah Classical Academy (SCA) today accepted the resignation of Director Ben Couch Payne, who has made the decision to pursue other career opportunities. A proven educator, Payne has led this lottery-enrollment, public charter school since it opened on Savannah’s east side in August 2013. Payne leaves SCA in an improving environment as the school … Continue reading “Savannah Classical Academy Announces Organizational Changes”

Delta Offering More Trans-Atlantic Flying Than Ever

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Memorial Day weekend marked the start of Delta’s biggest ever summer on the trans-Atlantic. Some 11 routes – both new and old favorites – will begin over the next couple of days connecting the U.S. and nine countries in Europe. Portugal is proving to be a hot destination for U.S. visitors this summer and Delta is responding by increasing capacity … Continue reading “Delta Offering More Trans-Atlantic Flying Than Ever”

Attorney Mance To Present At National Conference

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Savannah Attorney Chadrick Mance, founder of The Mance Law Firm, a Savannah Personal Injury Law Firm, was selected to present before the Connectionology of America Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 3-5, 2018. Mance will present on how to build a negligent security lawsuit against negligent businesses in high-crime areas when customers are shot, raped, or seriously injured on … Continue reading “Attorney Mance To Present At National Conference”

One More Clash At The Playoffs: Warriors vs. Cavaliers 2018

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

For the last three years, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors have clashed at the playoffs with mixed results. The Cavaliers took the Playoff win in 2016 and the Warriors took home wins in both 2015 and 2017. The question is, will the Warriors pull out a third win at the playoffs and solidify their place among other … Continue reading “One More Clash At The Playoffs: Warriors vs. Cavaliers 2018”

Hungry Club Forum Explores the Status of African American Males

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Dr. Larry D. Stokes will review and update his riveting research on the degree to which African American males are incarcerated in the state of Georgia. That is, are there more African American males under state supervisions than enrolled in the University System of Georgia? The presentation will be the focus at the regular monthly Signature Roundtable and Open Forum … Continue reading “Hungry Club Forum Explores the Status of African American Males”

Primary Election Results Are In Runoff Election July 24

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Former House Minority Leader and candidate for Governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams makes Georgia and national political history as the first woman and African American to be the nominee of a major political party with her victory in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary. In the local election for School Board President, Joe Buck and Betty Morgan will face each other in a … Continue reading “Primary Election Results Are In Runoff Election July 24”

American Legion, Post 500 Holds Memorial Day Ceremony

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

American Legion Post 500, in conjunction with Posts 154 and 184, commemorated the men and women of the military who served and sacrificed their lives so that the American people might remain free. Post 500 presented their guest speaker, Reverend Matthew Southall Brown, Sr, who kept the audience enthralled as he spoke of his experiences in World War II as … Continue reading “American Legion, Post 500 Holds Memorial Day Ceremony”

City to Use Goats to Clear Vegetation In Two Pilot Locations

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

The City of Savannah will begin a pilot program in mid-June to use goats to clear vegetation in two areas of the City. The City will rent 60 goats and two livestock guardian dogs from Atlanta area company Get Your Goat Rentals. The goats will be used to remove vegetation along a ravine in the Laurel Grove North Cemetery located … Continue reading “City to Use Goats to Clear Vegetation In Two Pilot Locations”

Gas Prices Hold Steady Through Holiday Weekend As Crude Price Plunges

By Savannah Tribune | May 30, 2018

Over the long holiday weekend, the national gas price average has held steady for five days at $2.97, signaling that prices may be stabilizing as we head into June. This development comes as crude oil prices start to fall following some of the highest prices in three-years. Prices could be stabilizing across parts of the Carolinas as well. North Carolina’s … Continue reading “Gas Prices Hold Steady Through Holiday Weekend As Crude Price Plunges”