History By Us

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

This February, AT&T honors lesser-known heroes by inviting up-andcoming black creatives to highlight their stories during our 10th annual AT&T 28 Days campaign. Black Americans have persevered through oppression since their African ancestors were first brought to this country as slaves in 1619. Since then, heroes big and small have fought to edge the black community – and all people … Continue reading “History By Us”

Gateway Church Hosts Women’s Conference, Organizers Aim to Bring Together Women of Gateway and Friends

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Are you a woman and are looking to grow in your faith? Gateway Church is hosting the first annual Chosen Women’s Conference with guest speaker Katie Martin. The Chosen Women’s Conference will take place on March 2nd & 3rd at the new Gateway Church building located at 1702 Pine Barren Road in Bloomingdale. Guest Speaker Katie Martin is the wife … Continue reading “Gateway Church Hosts Women’s Conference, Organizers Aim to Bring Together Women of Gateway and Friends”

Phil Noble Addresses Hilton Head Dem’s

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Democratic Gubernatorial candidates Phil spoke to the South of the Broad Democratic Club (Hilton Head/Bluffton) on Feb. 13. The gathering was held at the Country Club of Hilton Head before an enthusiastic crowd of over 100. Noble laid out his thoughts on state government which he says “is still run like a plantation with a handful of good-ole-boys and State … Continue reading “Phil Noble Addresses Hilton Head Dem’s”

Savannah Nine-Year-Old Wins $5,529 for College

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Nine-year-old Mekhi Tuff, a fourth grader at Largo-Tibet Elementary School, is one step closer to achieving the dream of attending college. Today, he was announced as one of two winners of the statewide What If…? College Savings Giveaway, and he was awarded $5,529 for his Path- 2College 529 Plan account. “Winning this college savings contribution now means less financial stress … Continue reading “Savannah Nine-Year-Old Wins $5,529 for College”

Sol C .Johnson Class Of ‘68 Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

The Sol C. Johnson Class of 1968 will hold their monthly meeting at (Rev. Edgar Sams’ church) Nicholsonboro Baptist Church in the Fellowship Hall, 13319 White Bluff Road) every third Saturday each month until further notice. Please come to the meeting to help us plan our 50th Class Reunion. Our 50th Reunion is scheduled for June 15-17. Please come with … Continue reading “Sol C .Johnson Class Of ‘68 Meeting”

OneBlood Urging Appointments for People Wanting to Donate Blood

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

In light of the overwhelming response by blood donors in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, OneBlood, the local blood center is urging people who want to donate blood to please make an appointment to donate in the days ahead. Right now the blood center team is working diligently to test and process the thousands of … Continue reading “OneBlood Urging Appointments for People Wanting to Donate Blood”

Anchor For A Day Supports Charity

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

In an effort to raise money and awareness for the Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire, WSAV’s Ben Senger and his fundraising partner, realtor Chelsea Phillips, are raffling off the chance to be a news anchor for the day. A show will be written and taped for one lucky winner. For every $15 donation, an individual may submit an … Continue reading “Anchor For A Day Supports Charity”

Take A Tip From Your Elders

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Hey, all you strong, healthy kids out there: face it-you are growing old and there is nothing you can do to stop the process, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. AMAC suggests you embrace old age even if you are only in your 20s and 30s; there are things you can do now to make life easier in your … Continue reading “Take A Tip From Your Elders”

New Life Retreat Drug and Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

People who know someone struggling with an addiction often wonder how to help that friend or relative. With your support, they have a greater chance of overcoming their addiction. Each situation is unique, but there are some general guidelines for finding a drug rehab that works best for them. To learn more visit: www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/shocking solution-to-heroin-addiction.html ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help … Continue reading “New Life Retreat Drug and Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | February 21, 2018

Savannah State 2018 Football Recruits Ny’Em Bozeman, DB, 5-11, 170, Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy; Quintaevious Brown, DL, 6-4, 245, Macon, Ga./ Westside HS; Christin “Zaine” Burton, LB, 6-2, 220, Ringgold, Ga./Heritage HS; Timothy Campbell, LB, 6-1, 215, Charleston, S.C./First Baptist; Montez Crowe, QB, 6-5, 200, La- Grange, Ga./Troup Co. HS; Khalid Davis, DB, 6-1, 170, St. Petersburg, Fla./ Lakewood HS; … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”