Hurricane Dorian Slams The Bahamas With 170 MPH Winds

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Category 5: Slow-moving Hurricane Dorian continued to pound the Bahamas on Monday morning.. It’s the strongest storm anywhere on the planet this year. The US: Residents on the southern US east coast have been warned to prepare for hurricane-force winds, though forecasts vary about when and where it may make landfall, from Florida to the Carolinas. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp … Continue reading “Hurricane Dorian Slams The Bahamas With 170 MPH Winds”

The United House of Prayer For All People Celebrates Convocation and Centennial Anniversary

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

The United House of Prayer for All People will celebrate their 2019 Convocation along with the Centennial Anniversary beginning Sunday, September 22 through Sunday, September 29, 2019. The United House of Prayer for All People was founded in 1919 by Bishop C. M. Grace (Sweet Daddy Grace). The first church was built by the hands of Daddy Grace in Wareham, … Continue reading “The United House of Prayer For All People Celebrates Convocation and Centennial Anniversary”

The Savannah Community Remembers the Life of Julius “Boo” Hornstein, PhD

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Julius “Boo” Hornstein, PhD, 82, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Iris Levin Hornstein, died Sunday morning, September 1, 2019, at Memorial University Medical Center. Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was a son of the late Yetta and Morris Hornstein. Julius attended Massie Elementary School and graduated from Savannah High School in 1955. He attended Armstrong Junior College and Emory … Continue reading “The Savannah Community Remembers the Life of Julius “Boo” Hornstein, PhD”

It’s A Tween Production Showcase, For Kids by Kids

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Empire Enterprise has partnered with Kareem McMichael’s Karmac Productions and Smooth Mic Radio to bring to Savannah the ‘It’s A Tween Production’ Showcase on Saturday, September 7, 2019 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Bull Street Labs (2222 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31401). This is an all kids’ production. A variety of talent will present pieces from visual and performing arts. … Continue reading “It’s A Tween Production Showcase, For Kids by Kids”

SCCPSS to Implement New Security Protocols at Athletic Events

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Savannah- Chatham County Public Schools continues to expand our security protocols and enhance safety initiatives across the district. In our work to continuously strengthen security, new screening procedures will be implemented for entry into district athletic events. The new security protocols are being put in place for the benefit of our students, staff and all attendees, and to keep pace … Continue reading “SCCPSS to Implement New Security Protocols at Athletic Events”

A New Program In Savannah Helps Kids Become Entrepreneurs

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Saturday, September 7th 2019 from 12pm- 4pm the Now That We’re Back in School Bash will be held at the Mother Matilda Beasley Park located at 500 East Broad St. This is event is free and open to the public. Sherica Snowden, Founder of the S.T.A.T. program, will be hosting this event as a soft opening. Stop Thoughtin’ and Think … Continue reading “A New Program In Savannah Helps Kids Become Entrepreneurs”

Goodwill Southeast Georgia Receives SunTrust Foundation’s 2019 Lighting The Way Award and $75,000 Grant

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Recognized for its generous contributions to Savannah, GA, Goodwill Southeast Georgia was awarded a 2019 Lighting the Way Award and $75,000 grant by the SunTrust Foundation. The SunTrust Foundation’s Lighting the Way Awards recognize select nonprofit organizations that work to build self-sufficient families and more financially confident communities through financial education, financial counseling, career readiness/ workforce development and small business/entrepreneurship. … Continue reading “Goodwill Southeast Georgia Receives SunTrust Foundation’s 2019 Lighting The Way Award and $75,000 Grant”

WANTED! A.E. Beach High School Class Members of 1970

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

If you or someone you know is a member of the A.E. Beach High School Class of 1970, please e-mail your contact information to Pamela Rountree at AEBCO1970@ GMAIL.COM. Details will be sent to you about the 50TH reunion events which is scheduled for June 26th through the 28th 2020. Hope to hear from you very, very soon.

Historic St. Philip AME Church 8th Annual College Day

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

The St. Philip AME Churchfamily welcomed area college and university students, faculty and staff to our 8th Annual College Day Celebration on Sunday, August 25, 2019. The 10:00 a.m. Worship Service was enhanced through music presented by St. Philip’s Foundation Choir, GSU/ Armstrong Campus Gospel Choir, The SSU Wesleyan Gospel Choir and “Unspeakable Joy”, Mime Ministry of St. Philip.”. Interim … Continue reading “Historic St. Philip AME Church 8th Annual College Day”

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | September 04, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/ Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II, Excel I & II, PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Class QuickBooks I & II Microsoft Access Please … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”