Sports With Walter Moore

By | November 26, 2008

SSU Women Fall To FAMU Florida A&M held Savannah State without a field goal the final seven minutes and 14 seconds and closed out the game with a 11-2 run to defeat the Lady Tigers 48-34 on November 17 in Tiger Arena. Nikki Robinson led SSU with 12 points and six rebounds. SSU bounced back to beat Edward Waters 68- … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Jim Martin for the Senate

By | November 26, 2008

On November 4, the voters of the United States took the first step toward putting our country on a better path when Senator Barack Obama was elected President. However, the elections are not over and we must do everything possible to give President Obama as many supporters in Congress as possible, if he is to be successful in his efforts … Continue reading “Jim Martin for the Senate”

Boule Men Treat Students to an Evening of Art and Banking

By | November 26, 2008

The men of Alpha Lambda Boule of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. treated the students at Spencer Elementary School who participate in the Young Men of Honor Program to an evening of art and banking on November 19, 2008. The outing was part of the mentoring program coordinated by the Social Action Committee of Alpha Lambda Boule. The twenty-two students … Continue reading “Boule Men Treat Students to an Evening of Art and Banking”

Sara Doyle for the Georgia Court of Appeals

By | November 26, 2008

Attorney Sara Doyle is in a run-off with Attorney Mike Sheffield of Lawrenceville to fill a vacant seat on the 12-member Georgia Court of Appeals. The vacancy was created by the retirement of Judge John H. Ruffin, Jr. The court, which is one step below the Georgia Supreme Court, handles both criminal and civil appeals. We believe that Attorney Sara … Continue reading “Sara Doyle for the Georgia Court of Appeals”

UNCF Holds Annual Corporate Breakfast

By | November 26, 2008

The 2008 UNCF Corporate Kick-off Breakfast was held Tuesday, November 18, at the First City Club. The event was also a part of the official kick-off of Savannah’s 100 Celebrity Men Who Cook. Bert Tenenbaum, 2008 Corporate Chairman, thanked the corporate and professional community and officially announced this year’s event. Tenenbaum offered a strong challenge to the corporate community to … Continue reading “UNCF Holds Annual Corporate Breakfast”

Jackson Elected to 2009 National League of Cities’ Board

By | November 26, 2008

Washington, D.C. – Savannah, Ga., Mayor Pro-Tem and Alderman- At-Large Edna Branch Jackson was elected to the 2009 Board of Directors of the National League of Cities (NLC) during its Congress of Cities in Orlando, Fla., November 11-15. Jackson was one of 18 new Board members elected at the meeting. The Board meets throughout the year and leads the organization … Continue reading “Jackson Elected to 2009 National League of Cities’ Board”

Passenger Streetcars Return to the Rails of Savannah

By | November 26, 2008

On Wednesday, November 19, for the first time in more than 60 years, passenger streetcars returned to the rails of Savannah. City-hired contractors in Pennsylvania spent the past year restoring an authentic 1930s-era Melbourne streetcar, making it ADA accessible and retrofitting it with a state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly propulsion system. After more than a month of testing, the streetcar was turned … Continue reading “Passenger Streetcars Return to the Rails of Savannah”

Armstrong Atlantic State’s Winter Commencement Is Largest Ever

By | November 26, 2008

An estimated 650 graduating students will be on hand to receive diplomas during the largest winter commencement ceremonies in the history of the university. Two ceremonies will be held on Saturday, December 13, at 10 m. and 1 p.m. in the Alumni Arena on the AASU campus, 11935 Abercorn Street, in Savannah. Some 650 candidates receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees … Continue reading “Armstrong Atlantic State’s Winter Commencement Is Largest Ever”

Cat Announces Thanksgiving Schedule

By | November 26, 2008

Officials at Chatham Area Transit Authority announced today that the following Thanksgiving schedule will be in effect. Thursday, November 27, Thanksgiving Day – No bus service. CAT offices, 900 E. Gwinnett Street, and CAT Central, 124 Bull Street, will be closed. Telephone schedule information will NOT be available. Friday, November 28 – Regular weekday bus service. CAT offices, 900 E. … Continue reading “Cat Announces Thanksgiving Schedule”

One Warm Coat

By | November 26, 2008

Old Savannah City Mission is teaming up with Burlington Coat Factory, ABC’s “Good Morning America” and the non-profit organization “One Warm Coat” to get the word out about the “Second Annual Warm Coats and Warm Hearts” Drive in Savannah to help people in need. The official kick off is November 24th and through January 16th coats will be collected and … Continue reading “One Warm Coat”