Newborn Church Of Faith

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

Pride Pools & Spas

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

South Coast Health Care

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

Chatham Transit Authority

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

Voter Protection Hotline

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

Kemp Steps Down; Governor Deal Appoints Interim Secretary of State

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

I n the midst of the unsettled governor’s race in Georgia, Brian Kemp has resigned from his role as the Secretary of State effective as of 11:59 AM of November 8, 2018. On last Thursday, Kemp stated, “We earned a clear and convincing victory at the ballot box, and today we’re beginning the transition process.” All ballots in the state … Continue reading “Kemp Steps Down; Governor Deal Appoints Interim Secretary of State”

2018 Veterans Day Parade Held

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

To honor the brave men and women who have served our country, the Hostess City held its annual Veterans Day parade last Monday. G. John Parker, United States Marine (Ret.) served as 2018 Veterans Day Parade Grand Marshal. “I am very honored and very proud,” said G. John Parker. From high school bands to local veteran groups and even the … Continue reading “2018 Veterans Day Parade Held”

Abrams for Governor Campaign Files Lawsuit To Protect the Rights of Absentee & Provisional Ballot Voters

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

On Sunday, the Abrams for Governor campaign filed a lawsuit to find relief for eligible Georgia voters whose votes were rejected despite good faith efforts. The filing of this new lawsuit will seek to extend the certification deadline in the state of Georgia to Wednesday while asking for ballots rejected for arbitrary reasons to be counted. The votes that have … Continue reading “Abrams for Governor Campaign Files Lawsuit To Protect the Rights of Absentee & Provisional Ballot Voters”

Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Community Day

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

Telfair Museums invites the local community to participate in the unveiling of new interpretive exhibits at the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters. The product of years of research, new interpretive and hands-on exhibits will tell the full story of the free and enslaved people who lived and worked on the site in the early 19th century. Enjoy an afternoon filled … Continue reading “Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Community Day”

Mid-Term Election Results

By Savannah Tribune | November 14, 2018

As we draw closer to a potential runoff or recount in the race for Governor of Georgia between Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp, Chatham County had until Tuesday, November 13th to certify their election results. The state of Georgia has until Tuesday, November 20th to certify all votes. In other races, Sarah Riggs Amico lost to Geoff Duncan for Lt. … Continue reading “Mid-Term Election Results”