Improvements Unveiled at Sylvan Terrace Ribbon Cutting 2019

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

Mission & Evangelism Community Outreach

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

“Colored Graveyard” Memorial Garden Dedication Held At SSU

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

We often say in jest that we are going to the plantation when we really mean going to work. But a few years ago, construction workers of a new science and technology building at Savannah State University found signs of human remains. A new discussion began about the fact that this place was a plantation, the Placentia Plantation, located in … Continue reading ““Colored Graveyard” Memorial Garden Dedication Held At SSU”

Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Mrs. Adell Black

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

Mrs. Adell Oliver Black was born May 16, 1928 in Sylvania, Georgia and transitioned on June 12, 2019. She was the beloved wife of the late Benjamin Black, Sr., loving mother of Benjamin Black Jr. and Carmelita McCaden; devoted grandmother to Kenyatta McCaden. She was an alumni of Alfred Ely Beach High School and Savannah State College. Mrs. Black was … Continue reading “Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Mrs. Adell Black”

New Sylvan Terrace Park Is Cause To Celebrate!

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

The City of Savannah held an official opening for Sylvan Terrace Park this morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony. More than 40 community members and city staff gathered to celebrate the opening of the park. Many attendees were using the track and exercise stations before the event began. The approximately one acre park has a 1/6 mile rubberized exercise track, … Continue reading “New Sylvan Terrace Park Is Cause To Celebrate!”

Georgia Set to Make Cuts to Thousands of Medicaid Recipients

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

The state is terminating Medicaid assistance for about 17,000 poor, elderly or disabled Georgians. The state Department of Community Health said the 17,000 had simply not responded to renewal notices informing them how to continue their coverage. But legal advocates say the state is to blame for the situation. Attorney Robert Bush with the Savannah Regional Office of the nonprofit … Continue reading “Georgia Set to Make Cuts to Thousands of Medicaid Recipients”

Savannah Chamber Honors Local Standouts at 2019 Chamber Business Awards Banquet

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

The Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce honored local businesses at its annual Business Awards Banquet, held at the Marriott Savannah Riverfront. Each year, the Chamber recognizes standout leaders in the community and honors individuals and businesses that represent local economic drivers including hospitality, manufacturing and small business. 2019 award recipients are below: Hospitality Business of the Year Award: Savannah/ Hilton … Continue reading “Savannah Chamber Honors Local Standouts at 2019 Chamber Business Awards Banquet”

Economic Opportunity Building for the Community

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

You are cordially invited to a day of Economic Opportunity Building for the Community This is a two part Event: Morning Session: 2018 Tax Year Debriefing and Planning Period for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. We will highlight how VITA (free tax preparation) encourages taxpayers to use their refunds for Economic Advancement, impact of the VITA Program on the … Continue reading “Economic Opportunity Building for the Community”

BEMA Holds 2nd Business Expo and Free Luncheon

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

The Black Empowerment Movement Association (BEMA) held their 2nd Business Expo and Free Luncheon last Wednesday, June 12th at the Temple of Glory Cafe. Their mission statement is the development of practical Strategies for Economic Empowerment and Fibnancial Stability. This expo featured young business owners “Beauty Queenz”, Shaelyn: CEO and “Lucky Gloss” Shaniya: CEO; all natural homemade products including Lip … Continue reading “BEMA Holds 2nd Business Expo and Free Luncheon”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | June 19, 2019

Does your vision seem cloudy? Do you feel like your glasses are always dirty? Do colors seem dim and glare from car lights bother you? If so, you may have cataracts. Cataracts are a clouding of the lens inside the eyes. The lens works like a camera allowing light to focus onto the back of the eyes. If there is … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”