Now through April 13, 2019, the Savannah Music Festival (SMF) celebrates its landmark 30th season with a stellar lineup of concerts, recitals, dance parties and events, and family friendly performances in nine venues across Savannah’s Historic District. From its origins as Savannah On Stage, SMF has grown to become one of the nation’s leading multi-disciplinary musical arts events, distinguished by … Continue reading “Savannah Music Festival Continues Through April 13th”
The Savannah Tribune sadly announces the demise of Mrs. Rachel Thomas, a longstanding contributing columnist for The Tribune in the Community and Church News Section. Arrangements for services were incomplete at the time of publication. Williams and Williams Funeral Home will be in charge of services.
Savannah State University (SSU) dance faculty and 2016 National Geographic (NatGeo) Young Explorer Grant recipient LaQuinda Grimes will kick off an exhibition tour of her research on HBCU danceline style, culture & history, Friday, April 5. The documentary film, Brains, Beauty, and Blackness: An Ode to HBCU Dancelines, documents and preserves the HBCU danceline style and honors the women that … Continue reading “Savannah State Faculty Premieres Documentary”
Cynthia Cradduck, a Savannah-based marketing and public relations professional, has been elected to the Georgia Jaycees’ state executive committee, where she will serve as Vice President of Communications. She is joined on the executive committee by Danielle Fields, President; Katie Harris, Vice President of Community Development; Allen Farley, Vice President of Membership and Chad Brown, Chairman of the Board. She … Continue reading “Cynthia Cradduck Appointed to State Jaycees Executive Committee”
Police Chief Roy Minter recently announced his appointment of Stephenie Price as Assistant Chief of the Savannah Police Department. Price was selected after an assessment was conducted to fill a vacant assistant chief position. Price is a 20-year veteran of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department, where she currently serves as a captain in the Patrol Division. Captain Price has … Continue reading “Savannah Police Announce The Appointment Of New Assistant Chief”
SCCPSS Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett is the recent recipient of two recognitions by the State of Georgia. Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan celebrated Women’s History Month by recognizing 25 of Georgia’s most outstanding female leaders including Dr. Levett. During the March 18th presentation, Lt. Gov. Duncan said that the women leaders he recognized have made a profound impact on residents and … Continue reading “SCCPSS Superintendent Honored By State of Georgia”
Mr. John Larry Myers formally announced his candidacy for the City of Savannah’s 3rd district aldermanic seat last Tuesday at A A2Z Defensive Driving & DUI Academy, at 1094 Eisenhower Drive. The school is located at the corner of Waters Avenue and Eisenhower Drive Mr. John Larry Myers is a native of Savannah and a 1978 graduate of Alfred Ely … Continue reading “Myers Announced Candidacy for the 3rd District Alderman”
Sammy Strode announced his candidacy for Alderman to represent the Sixth Aldermanic District last Monday in the parking lot of LaVida Country Club During the press conference Strode outlined his plan to address three main concerns he has learned are most on the minds of citizens of the district after numerous meetings. “I have established a 3 pronged outline of … Continue reading “Sammy Strode Announces Candidacy for Sixth District Alderman”