Prevent Suicide

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

White Glove Productions

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

Women At The Table

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The Honorable LeRoy Burke, III, presiding Judge of Chatham County Juvenile Court, will join Women At The Table for their monthly panel discussion Sunday, September 9. The program will be held at Dandy Youth Development Corporation (DYDC) 3709 Waters Avenue beginning at 5:00pm. The discussion will include information shared by Judge Burke to enlighten and inform parents and concerned citizens … Continue reading “Women At The Table”

Are You Ready To Vote On November 6th?

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

Have You Received Your Voter Registration Precinct Card From Your County Of Residence? ACT BEFORE THESE IMPORTANT DEADLINE DATES OCTOBER 5th (30 Days Before the Election): Last Date to present official documents to the Voter Registration Office of • A Change In Your Name since the last time you voted • A Change Of Address Within Savannah/Chatham County since the … Continue reading “Are You Ready To Vote On November 6th?”

League of Women Voters Hosts ‘Courts 101’ Presentation

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

How does the local court system affect our daily lives? What happens in local court rooms and why should we care? Are judges appointed or elected and why does that matter? These and other questions will be answered by District Attorney Meg Heap and former at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn St. The event is hosted by the League … Continue reading “League of Women Voters Hosts ‘Courts 101’ Presentation”

First Black Female Governor?

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

According to early polls and rallies, Candidate Stacey Abrams has a chance to represent Georgia as its First African American female governor. She also has the chance to be the first democratic governor of Georgia since 1998. However, this is will not be the first time she has broken barriers. Abrams is no stranger to the political spotlight. She served … Continue reading “First Black Female Governor?”

Join Us To Help Stop Kavanaugh

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The NAACP has sent this message to our readers: Dear Friend, The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin its confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh today, Tuesday, September 4. NAACP advocates and supporters will be holding a rally on Capitol Hill to make one thing clear to senators: Brett Kavanaugh has absolutely no business on the Supreme Court. For … Continue reading “Join Us To Help Stop Kavanaugh”

Savannah Repertory Theatre Recognizes Local Luminaries

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The Savannah Repertory Theatre is a Federal 501c3 non-profit professional theatre company celebrating local luminaries such as: Ms. Molly Lieberman, Dr. Alejandro Gallard and Mr. Chris Casebeer in appreciation of their generous contributions to the arts. Last Saturday, September 1st, the theatre hosted a short naming ceremony and toasting celebration with a theme of “Take a Bow and Take a … Continue reading “Savannah Repertory Theatre Recognizes Local Luminaries”

United Way Kicks-Off Its 2018 Fundraising Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

On Thursday, September 6, 2018, the Campaign Kick-Off will officially mark the beginning of United Way’s fundraising efforts in Bryan, Effingham, Chatham, and Liberty Counties. It is the highest profile event held by United Way with more than 1,000 individuals representing area companies, nonprofits, and volunteers attend this event. The Fundraising campaign Kick-Off will be held at the Savannah Civic … Continue reading “United Way Kicks-Off Its 2018 Fundraising Campaign”

Savannah Waterfront Association Hosts Fifth Annual Bacon Fest

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

Calling all bacon lovers! Come celebrate all things pig at the Savannah Waterfront Association’s Fifth Annual Bacon Fest, September 7th- 9th on River Street! Our local chefs will highlight delicious bacon inspired creations on their menus throughout the weekend. Bring your family down to the waterfront and enjoy some great bands, local artisans and plenty of activities for kids young … Continue reading “Savannah Waterfront Association Hosts Fifth Annual Bacon Fest”