First Black Female Governor?

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

According to early polls and rallies, Candidate Stacey Abrams has a chance to represent Georgia as its First African American female governor. She also has the chance to be the first democratic governor of Georgia since 1998. However, this is will not be the first time she has broken barriers. Abrams is no stranger to the political spotlight. She served … Continue reading “First Black Female Governor?”

Join Us To Help Stop Kavanaugh

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The NAACP has sent this message to our readers: Dear Friend, The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin its confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh today, Tuesday, September 4. NAACP advocates and supporters will be holding a rally on Capitol Hill to make one thing clear to senators: Brett Kavanaugh has absolutely no business on the Supreme Court. For … Continue reading “Join Us To Help Stop Kavanaugh”

Savannah Repertory Theatre Recognizes Local Luminaries

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The Savannah Repertory Theatre is a Federal 501c3 non-profit professional theatre company celebrating local luminaries such as: Ms. Molly Lieberman, Dr. Alejandro Gallard and Mr. Chris Casebeer in appreciation of their generous contributions to the arts. Last Saturday, September 1st, the theatre hosted a short naming ceremony and toasting celebration with a theme of “Take a Bow and Take a … Continue reading “Savannah Repertory Theatre Recognizes Local Luminaries”

United Way Kicks-Off Its 2018 Fundraising Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

On Thursday, September 6, 2018, the Campaign Kick-Off will officially mark the beginning of United Way’s fundraising efforts in Bryan, Effingham, Chatham, and Liberty Counties. It is the highest profile event held by United Way with more than 1,000 individuals representing area companies, nonprofits, and volunteers attend this event. The Fundraising campaign Kick-Off will be held at the Savannah Civic … Continue reading “United Way Kicks-Off Its 2018 Fundraising Campaign”

Savannah Waterfront Association Hosts Fifth Annual Bacon Fest

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

Calling all bacon lovers! Come celebrate all things pig at the Savannah Waterfront Association’s Fifth Annual Bacon Fest, September 7th- 9th on River Street! Our local chefs will highlight delicious bacon inspired creations on their menus throughout the weekend. Bring your family down to the waterfront and enjoy some great bands, local artisans and plenty of activities for kids young … Continue reading “Savannah Waterfront Association Hosts Fifth Annual Bacon Fest”

West Broad Street YMCA Heart and Soul Gala

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The Heart and Soul of May Street Gala, the annual fundraiser for the West Broad Street YMCA, will be held Saturday, September 8, 2018, at 7:00 P.M. at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, 175 Bourne Avenue, Pooler, Georgia. This event is a fun night of fundraising. It will include live music, a silent and live auction, … Continue reading “West Broad Street YMCA Heart and Soul Gala”

City Hosting a ‘Day of Service’ to Address Needs of Residents

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

The City of Savannah is hosting a “Day of Service” next week at the Savannah Civic Center where agencies will come together to provide services to Savannah residents. The “Day of Service” is the second phase of the City’s “Connecting the Dots” efforts to address poverty and improve citizens’ economic position. Several agencies will be on hand in the Civic … Continue reading “City Hosting a ‘Day of Service’ to Address Needs of Residents”

Tybee Marine Science Center Offers Fall Special on Marsh Treks

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

As part of Visit Tybee’s fall promotion, Tybee Island is the Ultimate Fall Getaway, the Tybee Marine Science Center is offering islanders and visitors alike half-price tickets for their popular Marsh Trek program. Starting Saturday, September 1st through Tuesday, December 31th, the one-hour Marsh Trek, normally $10, will be available for $5 per person. Marsh Treks are offered daily at … Continue reading “Tybee Marine Science Center Offers Fall Special on Marsh Treks”

September Is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, striking approximately 165,000 men each year with about 30,000 dying of the disease – making it second only to lung cancer as the deadliest cancer in men. Caught early, prostate cancer can be treated, usually successfully. But remember, in early stages, prostate cancer has no symptoms, so don’t wait … Continue reading “September Is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month”

City Sells Buildings, Continues Plan to Centralize Operations

By Savannah Tribune | September 05, 2018

City Council approved the sale of two downtown buildings during Thursday’s council meeting as part of a larger plan to centralize City municipal operations. The City sold the Thomas Gamble Building, located on East Bay Street next to City Hall, to Foram Development LLC for $8.5 million. The City sold a building located at 601 E. Liberty St. to Standard … Continue reading “City Sells Buildings, Continues Plan to Centralize Operations”