November 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

United Way Of The Coastal Empire Receives $2,725,000 From Gulfstream

United Way of the Coastal Empire received a record breaking donation, thanks to Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and its employees. More...

Social & Community News

Savannah-Chatham County Police Chief Request Help From Community

On Monday, November 17, Savannah Chatham County’s newest Police Chief Jack Lumpkin held a press conference to encourage the community to provide any information about the shootings that occurred over the past weekend. More...

The Neighborhood Youth Ambassador

The Neighborhood Youth Ambassador (NYA) program is a component of the Department of Community Planning and Development Neighborhood Leadership Institute. More...

Wells Park Workshops Held

The City of Savannah and Savannah Development and Renewal (SDRA) has put together a task force to work with the residents and business owners to develop a new vision for the area sourrounding Wells Park and the community surrounding 37th to 40th Stre More...

Community Events

A. E. Beach High School Class Of 1980 Reunion

A class reunion is set for June 5-7, 2015. June 6, 2015 will be exactly 35 years since we walked across the stage to receive our diplomas. The planning committee need help locating missing classmates. More...

Ol’ School Class Alumni And College Reunion

Save the date January 17, 2015, Sir Charles Entertainment Productions proudly present the 2nd annual All Ol School Class Alumni and College Reunion. This event will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. More...

A.E. Beach High School C/O 1954 60th Class Reunion

We are in the process of planning the A.E. Beach High School Class of 1054 6oth class reunion. More...

2015 Black Heritage Festival Scheduled

Today’s Youth; Tomorrow’s Legacy is the central theme of the 2015 Savannah Black Heritage Festival scheduled for February 1 - 21. More...

Walter O. Evans Center for African American Studies to Receive Preservation Honor Award

The National Trust for Historic Preservation will present its Preservation Honor Award to the Walter O. Evans Center for African American Studies at the Savannah College of Art and Design. More...

Health

“Eye Care” For You “How Does Cold Weather Affect My Eyes?”

As much as the temperatures have fluctuated recently in the low country, many of you may be wondering why your eyes have been “feeling” and “seeing” a little differently. More...

Improved Quality Of Medicare Plans And Steady Premiums Are Great News As Open Enrollment Begins

Fall is a wonderful time of year. Changing leaves. Cooler weather. It’s also the season for people with Medicare to review their current Medicare coverage, as Medicare Open Enrollment begins. More...

Church

Lonely But Not Alone

As I read God’s Word while in a Shut In, I came across some words that I have been pondering in my heart for a long, long time. More...

Mount Zion Baptist Church Celebrates 138th Anniversary

Mount Zion Baptist Church will celebrate its 138th Anniversary on November 23, 2014. From a meager beginning on Robert Street on November 22, 1876, the church rejoices in its continuity with God’s blessings. More...

Oak Grove Celebrates Harvest Day

Sunday November 23, 2014 Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church Pastored by Rev. Bruce A. Campbell located at 4617 Old Louisville Rd. Garden City, Georgia. 31408, will celebrate it’s Annual Harvest Day at 11:30am. More...

Sports

SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

Baker Enters Hall of Fame Savannah State women’s basketball coach Cedric Baker, along with four others, was inducted into the Voorhees College Hall of Fame More...

Lake Mayer Monsters Roller Hockey League

Chatham County Park Services along with the Savannah Adult Hockey are starting a youth roller hockey league for 8 weeks starting in January. Register your 5-12 year old to be a part of the Lake Mayer Monsters from November 17-January 2. More...