The Emancipation Association Announces Its Annual Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

The 156th Emancipation Proclamation Worship Service is scheduled for Tuesday, January 1, 2019, 11:00 a.m., at Greater Emmanuel Tabernacle, 1101 Stiles Avenue, Savannah, Georgia. Bishop Jay C. Kelly is the local pastor. The speaker for this historic celebration will be Bishop Benjamin Payne Collins, Prelate of the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Southeast Georgia Church of God in Christ. Choir members from … Continue reading “The Emancipation Association Announces Its Annual Celebration”

Police Killed the Wrong Man in Alabama Mall

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

On Thanksgiving night, a fight erupted in the Riverchase Galleria, a mall in Hoover, Alabama. The fight ended with a firearm being discharged, an 18-year-old male and a 12-year-old female being injured. The male was involved in the altercation and was shot twice, the female was an innocent bystander. When an officer whom was dispatched arrived at the scene the … Continue reading “Police Killed the Wrong Man in Alabama Mall”

“EYE” CARE FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

With the changes in insurance benefits each year, this is certainly a legitimate question to ask. And, BEFORE the end of the year, now is the time to know if you have maximized your insurance benefits. Government insurances such as Medicare or Medicaid cover an eye exam every year. Medicaid is limited to one eye exam per year. Medicare will … Continue reading ““EYE” CARE FOR YOU”

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Sponsors “A Strand of Cultured Pearls”

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

The New Year will kick-off with a new event for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Savannah Alumnae Chapter. Local Deltas will present its first pageant, featuring ladies sixty-two years old and above. The kick-off for this event, appropriately called “A Strand of Cultured Pearls,” will be held January 5, 2019. The location for the kick-off will be announced in … Continue reading “Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Sponsors “A Strand of Cultured Pearls””

Phi Delta Kappa Honors Teachers

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

School Administrators and community residents joined Phi Delta Kappa International Chapter 1219 in honoring teachers selected by their peers to represent their schools as Teacher of the Year, in the Savannah-Chatham County School System, at the traditional PDK banquet Friday, November 9, 2018. School Administrators participating were Karyta Byers, Savannah High School; Whitney A. Colley, Mercer Middle School; Alonna P. … Continue reading “Phi Delta Kappa Honors Teachers”

Savannah Speech and Hearing Center Receives Thanks for Giving Holiday Grant

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

In celebration of #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media, Savannah Speech and Hearing Center has received a $5000 grant as part of The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidsCent Thanks for Giving Holiday program. Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, a nonprofit organization serving the speech pathology and audiology needs of the Coastal Empire, will use … Continue reading “Savannah Speech and Hearing Center Receives Thanks for Giving Holiday Grant”

GDOL Job Fair In December

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with BioLife Plasma to host a job fair. The event will be held Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Savannah Career Center, 5520 White Bluff Road, Savannah, Georgia. BioLife Plasma is looking to fill positions for plasma canter nurses, medical customer service and phlebotomists in training. Job seekers interested … Continue reading “GDOL Job Fair In December”

Davenport House Museum Announces Harvest Lecture

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

The speaker will be Nora Doyle, PhD., Assistant Professor of History, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC Topic: Materials Bodies: Redefining Motherhood in Early America Date: Monday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kennedy Pharmacy, 323 E. Broughton Street, Savannah, GA Free to the public but reservations for seating are requested. 912.236- 8097 Dr. Doyle will discuss her newly published book … Continue reading “Davenport House Museum Announces Harvest Lecture”

Fair Fight Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

Let me be clear: What happened on November 6th was anything but a free and fair election. It was not fair to the millions of Georgians who were purged from the voting rolls. It was not fair to the thousands who were forced to wait in line to vote for two, three, four hours because polling places were underresourced and … Continue reading “Fair Fight Georgia”

Early Voting for Run-off Election Ends Friday November 30

By Savannah Tribune | November 28, 2018

Absentee Early Voting for Georgia Secretary of State and the District 3 Public Service Commission run-off election is coming to a close on Friday, November 30th, prior to Election Day on Tuesday, December 4th. There are 3 Early Voting locations with the following addresses and hours: Main Voter Registration Office – 1117 Eisenhower Dr., Suite E – 8AM to 6PM … Continue reading “Early Voting for Run-off Election Ends Friday November 30”