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Tom Steyer to Bring Impeachment Effort to South Carolina

By Savannah Tribune | March 18, 2019

On Monday, March 18th and Tuesday, March 19th, Tom Steyer will visit South Carolina to meet with local activists, host an impeachment luncheon in the Lowcountry and host a town hall in Columbia to talk about the need for Democratic leaders to act quickly and support impeachment. The Impeachment Luncheon and Q&A will be held on Monday, March 18th, 2019 at 12:00 PM at the … Continue reading “Tom Steyer to Bring Impeachment Effort to South Carolina”

Demolition of Blighted Property Set

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

The City of Savannah next week will demolish a home that has sat chronically blighted for years on Savannah’s westside. Media is invited to the 9 a.m. March 19 demolition and news conference at 226 Cumming Street. The property has been blighted, cited for code violations and abandoned dating back to 2004. The City helped change State law in 2017 … Continue reading “Demolition of Blighted Property Set”

CJA Presents GC & the Cuban Cowboys

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

The Coastal Jazz Association presents Concert & Album Debut Party: GC & the Cuban Cowboys on Sunday, March 24th at the Ben Tucker Pavilion at The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa, 2 Resort Dr. Savannah, from 5-7 PM. The event is free for members and students and $20 for guests. Gino Castillo is an Afro-Cuban jazz percussionist, singer … Continue reading “CJA Presents GC & the Cuban Cowboys”

City Designates Honorary Street for Former District Alderman

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

The City of Savannah honored four time Alderman Clifton Jones and his wife Ernestine J. Jones by dedicating a portion of Stuyvesant Street, from Liberty Parkway east to Harvest Avenue as Clifton & Ernestine J. Jones Street on Friday. More than 50 community members gathered to celebrate the legacy of Clifton & Ernestine J. Jones, who are both high school … Continue reading “City Designates Honorary Street for Former District Alderman”

Kindergarten Orientation At Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

Kindergarten Orientation will take place at all Savannah-Chatham County Public School elementary and K8 sites on Wednesday, March 27, 2018 from 9:30-10:30 am. Parents and guardians of children who will attend kindergarten next school year (2018-2019) are encouraged to participate at the school their child will be attending. Children will have the opportunity to visit a kindergarten classroom and participate … Continue reading “Kindergarten Orientation At Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools”

The Pinpoint and Savannah Communities Celebrate the Life of Rebecca “Sula” Bonds Bowens

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

Sula, as everyone called her, touched the lives of so many people in Savannah, always with a kind word if she thought you might be having a bad day. She was a joyful spirit as she fed the multitudes with her soulful cooking. Sula grew up in the Montgomery Community and lived, for a time in nearby Pin Point, and … Continue reading “The Pinpoint and Savannah Communities Celebrate the Life of Rebecca “Sula” Bonds Bowens”

Chatham Area Transit To Operate St. Patrick’s Day Shuttles

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

If you are considering attending the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday, March 16 and do not want to deal with the hassle of traffic and parking fees, CAT’s St. Patrick’s Day shuttles may be the answer. In partnership with City of Savannah and City of Port Wentworth officials, CAT will operate four shuttles on March 16 to get people … Continue reading “Chatham Area Transit To Operate St. Patrick’s Day Shuttles”

Georgia Southern Grad Student Recognized By American Society Of Civil Engineers

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

Georgia Southern civil engineering graduate student Mariah Peart has been selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as one of 10 New Faces Of Civil Engineering for 2019 — Professional Edition. Engineering professor Gustavo Maldonado, Ph.D., said it’s the first time a Georgia Southern student has received this recognition. “Mariah is one of the best students in the … Continue reading “Georgia Southern Grad Student Recognized By American Society Of Civil Engineers”

City Council Race Heats Up

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

City Council race heats up with thruee new candidates. Alicia Blakely, Linda Wilder-Bryan and Detric Leggett all made their announcement for candidacy in Forsyth Park last Monday. They will be running in the municipal race to be held November 5, 2019. Blakely announced her candidacy to run for the Savannah aldermanic at-large, post 2 seat. Blakely is an Army veteran … Continue reading “City Council Race Heats Up”

Atlanta Hawks Nominate Coach Joe Levan For Jr. NBA Coach Of The Year

By Savannah Tribune | March 13, 2019

The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club announced their nomination of Coach Joe LeVan of Chatham Academy (Savannah, Ga.) as the club’s Jr. NBA Coach of the Year during Sunday’s game vs. New Orleans. Each year the Hawks, along with participating NBA and WNBA teams, nominate a Jr. NBA Coach of the Year, who is making a positive impact on children by … Continue reading “Atlanta Hawks Nominate Coach Joe Levan For Jr. NBA Coach Of The Year”