Carver Shareholders Elect Two New Directors

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

During their annual meeting held April 16, 2019, the shareholders of Carver Financial Corporation elected Cathy P. Hill and Reverend Da’Henri Thurmond to the corporation’s Board of Directors. Carver Financial Corporation is the bank holding company that owns Carver State Bank. Reverend Thurmond is currently the Senior Pastor of St. Paul C. M. E. Church in Savannah, Georgia. In July … Continue reading “Carver Shareholders Elect Two New Directors”

Bernetta Lanier Announces For 1st Aldermanic District Seat

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Bernetta Lanier announced her bid to run for the 1st District Seat on Savannah’s City Council on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 outside of the Hudson Hill Community Center. This is her 2nd bid for the seat. Four years ago she challenged the then 12-year incumbent. Mrs. Lanier is a 4th generation resident of her neighborhood. She is President of Hudson … Continue reading “Bernetta Lanier Announces For 1st Aldermanic District Seat”

Tybee Island Under Observation By The U.S. Department of Justice To Create A Fair Process on Special Events

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Thousands of beachgoers descended onto Tybee Island last weekend and they were under a microscope. They were observed by a representative of the U.S. Department of Justice, city officials, law enforcement and members of the Concerned Citizens of Tybee, dancing, frolicking, drinking alcoholic beverages, noise, traffic patterns. Orange Crush participants at the predominately black college aged gathering have faced aggressive … Continue reading “Tybee Island Under Observation By The U.S. Department of Justice To Create A Fair Process on Special Events”

NNPA President Represents Black Press At White House Correspondents’ Dinner

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Presidents have traditionally attended and spoken at the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) Dinner in Washington, D.C., but President Donald Trump has chosen to hold competing rallies on the night of the event each year since taking office. While Trump was riling up his base in Wisconsin on Saturday, April 27, National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) President and CEO Dr. … Continue reading “NNPA President Represents Black Press At White House Correspondents’ Dinner”

Local Author Releases A Book With A Cause

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Sonja R. Scott is an educator, motivational speaker, youth minister, and entrepreneur. Her children’s book Ikio Loves to Fish is geared towards helping students to understand that while it is true that everyone learns differently it is also true the everyone can learn. Sonja’s ultimate goal is to partner with schools, non- profits, and community groups in order to deliver … Continue reading “Local Author Releases A Book With A Cause”

Neighborhood Comics Hosts Grand Opening Block Party on Free Comic Book Day, May 4

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

On Saturday, May 4th, Neighborhood Comics will host a grand-opening block party on Free Comic Book Day, as the new retail comic book shop opens at 1205 Bull St in Savannah. Free comic books will be available while supplies last. There will be plenty to see and do as well, as costumed characters roam the block posing for pictures while … Continue reading “Neighborhood Comics Hosts Grand Opening Block Party on Free Comic Book Day, May 4”

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/ Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & II … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”

Savannah’s 7th Annual Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale Gala To Be Held

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Savannah’s 7th Annual Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale Gala to be held Friday, May 3 at Hyatt Regency Savannah Each year, in communities across the country, dynamic and passionate candidates engage in a spirited fundraising competition to raise critical funds for blood cancer research. At the end of the campaign, the individuals who raise the most funds … Continue reading “Savannah’s 7th Annual Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale Gala To Be Held”

Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter Receives Regional Recognition

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

The Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated received recognition at the 66th South Atlantic Regional Conference. Held in Greenville, South Carolina from April 11-14, 2019, the South Atlantic Region, the largest of Alpha Kappa Alpha’s 10 regions, hosted more than 170 chapters from Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. The South Atlantic Regional Director, Carolyn G. Randolph … Continue reading “Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter Receives Regional Recognition”

Ramah Alumni Association Celebrates Ramah’s 105th Year

By Savannah Tribune | May 01, 2019

Ramah Alumni Association is proud to announce, Ramah’s one hundred fifth year of serving Savannah with quality Christian education. On Friday, May 3, 2019, at 7:00p.m., to 8:00p.m., we will begin our celebration with Vesper Service. Joining us in celebration, will be Pastor Joseph Wamack, Pastor Eugene Mason, and Pastor Damien Grant, all churches of Savannah, Georgia. On Saturday, May … Continue reading “Ramah Alumni Association Celebrates Ramah’s 105th Year”