United Way Of The Coastal Empire Sets $8,150,000 Campaign Goal For 2019

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

After two weeks’ delay due to Hurricane Dorian, United Way of the Coastal Empire kicked off its 2019 annual campaign with a fundraising goal of $8,150,000. Funds raised will be invested into local health and human service programs that improve the lives of people in Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. The organization announced the goal Thursday afternoon in a … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Sets $8,150,000 Campaign Goal For 2019”

Annual Heritage Dinner & Showcase 2019 Unveils Gold Nuggets of Savannah’s History

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

One of Georgia’s most gifted and popular native sons Michael L. “Mike” Thurmond will return to Savannah to continue his exciting mission to help Americans understand the importance of Savannah and the Low Country in telling the true story of how much of the country’s history and heritage began. The veteran public servant par excellence, historian and noted author will … Continue reading “Annual Heritage Dinner & Showcase 2019 Unveils Gold Nuggets of Savannah’s History”

Voter Registration Deadline Is October 7, 2019

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

The Voter Registration Deadline is October 7, 2019 for the election being held on November 5, 2019. All residents of Chatham County who are eligible to register to vote may wish to confirm their current voter registration status, including name and residence address, by October 7th. Registration status and residential address information can be confirmed by visiting the Georgia Secretary … Continue reading “Voter Registration Deadline Is October 7, 2019”

Pastor Matthew Southall Brown, Sr. Returns From Belgium and The Netherlands

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

On August 28, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Pastor Matthew Southall Brown, Sr. began a journey that he made some seventy-five years ago. He was headed to the countries of Belgium and The Netherlands. He would fly first class on Delta Flight 80. However, before he began this journey, there would be an unforgettable send off. Representatives from … Continue reading “Pastor Matthew Southall Brown, Sr. Returns From Belgium and The Netherlands”

Telfair Museums Announces Release of Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades Monograph

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

Published on the occasion of the retrospective Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades, on view through October 13 at Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center, the accompanying catalogue surveying Jackson’s life and artistic career will be released September 26, 2019. The exhibition and catalogue explore Jackson’s output over more than 50 years, highlighting her visual art as well as her relationship with other art … Continue reading “Telfair Museums Announces Release of Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades Monograph”

“100 Ways to Make Money” Seminar To Be Held

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

Savannah State University’s Miss Collegiate 100, Zuri Randall is calling for ALL future entrepreneurs! Join Zuri Randall and her ladies, Danielle Bushanan and JaTaya Carter, at 6pm on Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 in the The Village Recreation Room for “100 Ways to Make Money”, a financial literacy seminar featuring a pop-up shop! There will be lots of giveaways, raffles and … Continue reading ““100 Ways to Make Money” Seminar To Be Held”

City to Cut Ribbon on Cann Park Walking Trail and Other and Amenities

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

The City of Savannah held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Cann Park on Monday, September 23rd at 10 a.m. Cann Park Walking Trail and Upgrades project’s latest additions include a rubber jogging track, concrete sidewalks, ADA curb ramps, fencing, decorative pedestrian lighting, park benches, player’s benches, bleachers, waste receptacles, tree removal, grass and ground stabilization, erosion control and repair and expansion … Continue reading “City to Cut Ribbon on Cann Park Walking Trail and Other and Amenities”

Voters Registration at Savannah State’s Library

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

Savannah State’s student success and outreach librarian, Patrick Morgan, is aiming towards getting students to register to vote. Many students are unaware that the ability to register is right at their fingertips at the Asa H. Gordon Library on campus. There, students may register electronically on the computer or by paper. There are four laptops set up in the lobby … Continue reading “Voters Registration at Savannah State’s Library”

HUD Charges Georgia Landlords With Discriminating Against Families With Children

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today that it is charging a couple that owns an apartment building in Richmond Hill, Georgia, with violating the Fair Housing Act by refusing to rent to, imposing different rental terms and conditions on, and making discriminatory statements about families with children. Read HUD’s charge. The Fair Housing Act makes … Continue reading “HUD Charges Georgia Landlords With Discriminating Against Families With Children”

STEM Academy at Bartlett Student Chosen to Sit on State Superintendent Richard Woods’ Middle School Advisory Council

By Savannah Tribune | September 25, 2019

STEM Academy 8th Grader, Isa Lilja Vazquez has been selected to the State School Superintendent’s 2018-2019 Student Advisory Council. Isa’s teachers say she not only excels academically but is actively engaged in extracurricular activities and community service. Isa is also a past SCCPSS Superintendent’s Student of the Month from January 2018. Students who serve on Superintendent Woods’ 2019-20 Student Advisory … Continue reading “STEM Academy at Bartlett Student Chosen to Sit on State Superintendent Richard Woods’ Middle School Advisory Council”