Clarence “Sey Hey”Maxwell Honored for Contributions to the Community

By | August 19, 2009

On August 11, 2009 a large group of friends and family gathered at Sey Hey and Mary’s Sports Inn and Lounge, 2507 Bull Street to recognize Mr. Maxwell for his many contributions to various organizations and individuals in the Savannah community. Mr. Maxwell has given unselfishly to the community he loves by providing fiancial aid, political support, food, clothing and … Continue reading “Clarence “Sey Hey”Maxwell Honored for Contributions to the Community”

Miller Earns Field Grade Promotion of Lieutenant Colonel

By | August 19, 2009

Major David D. Miller has been promoted to the Field Grade command rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Lieutenant Colonel Miller serves as the Mission Support Group Commander of the Combat Readiness Training Center (CRTC), Savannah’s unique military air training facility, and an element of the Georgia Air National Guard, headquartered at Savannah International Airport. Lt. Col. Miller, a native of Parma, … Continue reading “Miller Earns Field Grade Promotion of Lieutenant Colonel”

Beautiful Minds Program at St. James AME

By | August 19, 2009

The Beautiful Minds After School Program at St. James AME Church will offer homework tutorials for Pre-K through 12th grade, as well as CRCT, SAT, ACT, and High School Graduation Preparatory Workshops. We will also offer an afternoon snack and a hot dinner daily; and will provide pick-up service for an additional fee. The program will begin on September 1, … Continue reading “Beautiful Minds Program at St. James AME”

Cheetahs Rank Among Nation’s Top Ten

By | August 19, 2009

The Savannah- Chatham Silver Cheetahs traveled to Des Moines, Iowa July 30th – August 9th with fourteen (14) athletes to compete in the 2009 Amateur Athletic Union’s Junior Olympic Games at Drake University Stadium. The Silver Cheetahs gave a stellar performance on the track and in field events to be awarded a total of fourteen (14) medals. Gold Medalists: Mike … Continue reading “Cheetahs Rank Among Nation’s Top Ten”

New Protections for Tenants in Foreclosed Properties

By | August 19, 2009

During the foreclosure crisis, renters in good standing have been evicted from properties in foreclosure with little or no notice. Effective May 20, 2009, most tenants will now have the right to remain in their homes after foreclosure for ninety days or, in some cases, until the end of their lease term. The law applies to any foreclosure on a … Continue reading “New Protections for Tenants in Foreclosed Properties”

Whole Nutrition for Whole Health

By | August 19, 2009

The goal of this column and the goal of the Health Restoration 101 programs are to help to maximize your chances of living a longer, healthier life. And now, the book has been published, Health Restoration101: Creating a healthy lifestyle. Call to get your copy today. We’ve truly created – A New Formula For Health Success ! by Carolyn Guilford, … Continue reading “Whole Nutrition for Whole Health”

Obama Vows No Cuts to Medicare Benefits

By | August 19, 2009

Patricia Barry, AARP Bulletin Today President Obama again took his appeal for health care reform directly to the American people Tuesday, this time at a telephone town hall meeting at AARP’s Washington headquarters where he answered questions from older men and women concerned about how proposed changes to the current health system would affect them. “Nobody’s trying to change what … Continue reading “Obama Vows No Cuts to Medicare Benefits”

Governor Gives Extraordinary Service Award to Health Agencies

By | August 19, 2009

Governor Sonny Perdue announced recently that employees of Georgia’s health and human services agencies have been awarded the “Governor’s Award for Extraordinary Service to Georgians” in recognition of their outstanding work during the reorganization of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, the Department of Human Services, and the Department of Community Health. “This is only the second time … Continue reading “Governor Gives Extraordinary Service Award to Health Agencies”

H.H. Gregg Opens New Store In Savannah

By | August 19, 2009

HH Gregg, a leader in electronics and appliances has opened its doors in Savannah. The grand opening was held on Thursday, August 12, and residents of Savannah and surrounding counties stood in a mile long line just to take advantage of the excellent deals included in the grand opening celebration. Flat sceen televisions, cameras, washers, dryers, and video cameras were … Continue reading “H.H. Gregg Opens New Store In Savannah”

Supreme Court Orders New Hearing for Davis

By | August 19, 2009

The Supreme Court, in a 6-2 decision has granted Georgia inmate Troy Davis’ request that his execution be delayed as he attempts to prove his innocence. Justice John Paul Stevens on Monday ordered a federal judge to “receive testimony and make findings of fact as to whether evidence that could not have been obtained at trial clearly establishes petitioner’s innocence.” … Continue reading “Supreme Court Orders New Hearing for Davis”