Montgomery St. Changing To Two-Way Traffic

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

To provide better access to the new Cultural Arts Center, currently under construction at Montgomery and Oglethorpe, City Council approved the conversion of Montgomery Street from one-way to two-way traffic from Liberty Street to Broughton Street. The recommendation to covert the street to two-way traffic came after an extensive traffic study and evaluation of the existing roadway network, completed by … Continue reading “Montgomery St. Changing To Two-Way Traffic”

Daylight Saving Time Ends

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end. Agent Gregg Miller of Country Financial and the Georgia Arson Control Board (GAC) would like to remind the citizens of Chatham County to change their clocks when Daylight Saving Time ends in November; and they can also use the opportunity to change the batteries in their smoke detectors. Daylight Saving Time ends … Continue reading “Daylight Saving Time Ends”

TLOD, Inc. Cluster Held in Augusta, Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

The Georgia Cluster, Area IV, of Top Ladies of Distinction held its annual cluster meeting in Augusta, Georgia on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Top Ladies from across the state of Georgia were all invited to attend the conference. The Augusta chapter served as hosts. Twenty Ladies from Savannah chapter were in attendance. The day was spent with four workshops aimed … Continue reading “TLOD, Inc. Cluster Held in Augusta, Georgia”

Scenes from the Savannah Branch NAACP 100 Anniversary Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

SCAD Savannah Film Festival Continues Through Saturday, November 4, 2017

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

The Annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival, filled with cinematic creativity from both award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers continues on throughout the end of this week, culminating on Saturday, November 4, 2017. There are still many screenings to look forward too, including Pro Shorts, Animation and Student Films. This Friday, November 3, 2017, both ‘Resistance is Life’ and ‘Krystal’ are … Continue reading “SCAD Savannah Film Festival Continues Through Saturday, November 4, 2017”

Tips To Get Started In The Health Insurance Marketplace

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

If you haven’t applied for insurance on HealthCare.gov before, here’s what you need to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace (sometimes known as the health insurance “exchange”). 1. 2018 Open Enrollment runs from November 1, 2017 through December 15, 2017. Plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2018. After December 15, you can enroll in 2018 health insurance only … Continue reading “Tips To Get Started In The Health Insurance Marketplace”

United Way Campaign Hits 38% of Goal

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

United Way of the Coastal Empire’s campaign is in full speed! At Mid-Campaign, the organization announced that $3,108,760 has been raised toward its $8,251,841 goal. The results were reported at the Mid-Campaign Rally held at the Volunteer Center of America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia. With the help of volunteers and South University students, United Way visited several local businesses … Continue reading “United Way Campaign Hits 38% of Goal”

$10,000 Grant Helps the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Rebrand Teen Center

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

Bridgestone Retail Operations (BSRO), through its Driving Great Futures initiative, awarded the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club with a $10,000 grant that allowed the Club to rebrand its Teen Center and create an environment that inspires young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Through the grant, the Club also was able to upgrade the … Continue reading “$10,000 Grant Helps the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Rebrand Teen Center”

Savannah Excitedly Awaits the Opening of the City’s Newest Jazz Venue ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

Last Monday, one of Savannah’s most highly anticipated venues opened to the public – Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, a venue “born out of a desire to bring great southern fare, fine wines and the best in jazz to Savannah” officially opened its doors offering live music nightly and a southern style menu. “We are pleased to welcome you … Continue reading “Savannah Excitedly Awaits the Opening of the City’s Newest Jazz Venue ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’”

City Seeks Public Input On Confederate Memorial

By Savannah Tribune | November 01, 2017

The City of Savannah has created a Confederate Memorial Task Force to draft recommendations for City leadership concerning the future of Savannah’s Confederate Memorial, located in Forsyth Park. As part of that process, the Task Force is seeking public input from Savannah’s citizens. The City of Savannah will be accepting input from now through 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 13, … Continue reading “City Seeks Public Input On Confederate Memorial”