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New Salem Community Fellowship Church, Inc. Celebrates 29 Years

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

On Sunday, October 27th, the Pastors, members and friends of New Salem Community Fellowship Church celebrated Bishop Nathaniel Small Sr., and Lady Jacqueline B. Small and the 29th Anniversary of the organization of the ministry. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit on October 8, 1989, Bishop and Lady Small organized the ministry in their home. God has continued to … Continue reading “New Salem Community Fellowship Church, Inc. Celebrates 29 Years”

Telfair Museums’ Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Free Admission Sundays

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

The newly transformed Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters now explores how the most powerful and least powerful people in Savannah lived together in the early 1800s, providing visitors with a broader understanding of how slavery impacted urban life in and beyond the home, and how it affected young and old, black and white, enslaved and free. We now tell the … Continue reading “Telfair Museums’ Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters Free Admission Sundays”

The Savannah Tribune Remembers The Life of Two Community Leaders

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

The Savannah Tribune is saddened to announce the demise of two (2) stalwart members of the Savannah community, both of whom departed this life on Sunday, November 18, 2018. They were members of St. Philip AME Church, 613 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. The Reverend Dr. Clifford Hardwick, III, former Savannah City Councilman, 5th District, and retired Associate Pastor of … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Remembers The Life of Two Community Leaders”

“EYE” CARE FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

It’s another holiday season and it seems to have come so fast again. This holiday is one of the most important ones to enjoy. There are so many things to be thankful for in life…, for family, for friends, for loved ones, for jobs, for homes, for food…, you name it, and we can be thankful for it. Included in … Continue reading ““EYE” CARE FOR YOU”

Clover Health Survey Finds That 36% of Savannah Seniors Are Skipping Necessary Medical Care

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

Newly released survey results from Clover Health reveal that 36% of Savannah area seniors have skipped necessary medical care since turning 60, demonstrating the dire need for affordable and accessible healthcare services in the region. Further, the survey uncovered troubling demographic trends, finding that low-income seniors in the region are skipping medical attention at even higher rates. Nationally, 18% of … Continue reading “Clover Health Survey Finds That 36% of Savannah Seniors Are Skipping Necessary Medical Care”

SPEAK AGAIN WITH YOUR VOTE!

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

THE POSITION OF SECRETARY OF STATE IS JUST AS IMPORTANT, IF NOT MORE IMPORTANT, AS THAT OF GOVERNOR. Please return to the polls on December 4th, and LET YOU VOICE BE HEARD LOUDER AND MORE CLEAR THIS TIME. Cast your vote for a Secretary of State who will champion our right to vote, make voting in this state more simple, … Continue reading “SPEAK AGAIN WITH YOUR VOTE!”

Savannah Fire Wreath Reminds The Community To Practice Holiday Fire Safety

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

Savannah Fire wants every family to have a fire-free 2018 holiday season. During the 2017 holiday season there were 23 structure fires in Savannah, which resulted in one death, two temporary business closures and more than a dozen people displaced from five residences. That was an 18% decrease from 2016. By practicing simple fire safety steps, we can further reduce … Continue reading “Savannah Fire Wreath Reminds The Community To Practice Holiday Fire Safety”

The Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame Steak & Burger Dinner Held

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

The Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs held an incredibly successful, soldout Hall of Fame Steak & Burger Dinner on Thursday, November 15, 2018, at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum. They honored Floyd E. Morris, Joe Murray Rivers and James J. Holmes, by inducting them into their Hall of Fame for all of their accomplishments, which began right … Continue reading “The Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame Steak & Burger Dinner Held”

City Council Sets Town Hall Meetings for NewZO

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

City Council is scheduling Town Hall meetings for their districts to discuss NewZO and other district related issues. NewZO, which stands for “new zoning”, is an update to the City’s zoning ordinance that manages urban growth and champions the comprehensive development plan. District 1 Alderman Van Johnson Town Hall Meeting When: Monday, November 26 at 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. … Continue reading “City Council Sets Town Hall Meetings for NewZO”

The Savannah Community Celebrates The Life of Lucius “Bo” Levett

By Savannah Tribune | November 21, 2018

Lucius “BO” Levett transitioned November 10, 2018 at home in Apopka, FL. Bo enjoyed a career with the Savannah Police Department beginning in 1963. He left the Savannah Police Department in 1985 and began a career with the Harlem Globetrotters, traveling to more than 122 countries with the team. After retiring from the Harlem Globetrotters, “Bo” was part owner of … Continue reading “The Savannah Community Celebrates The Life of Lucius “Bo” Levett”