Tony Thomas Is Best For Savannah And The Sixth District

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

On November 5th, the citizens of Savannah elected several new members to serve on the City Council. In the races for Mayor and 6th District Alderman, none of the candidates received a majority of the votes cast, and runoff elections have been scheduled for December 3rd. The Savannah Tribune has endorsed Van Johnson for Mayor. With this edition, we are … Continue reading “Tony Thomas Is Best For Savannah And The Sixth District”

Correction:

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

In last week’s edition of The Savannah Tribune, the results of the Mayoral election were incorrect. The results listed Johnson’s total votes at 40% and DeLoach’s vote at 46%. That was incorrect. The correct results are Johnson with 46% and De- Loach with 40% which has led to a runoff to be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Early voting … Continue reading “Correction:”

American Traditions Vocal Competition Launches New Tradition With Inaugural Junior ATC

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

After 27 years of celebrating music, the American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) is widening its outreach to the youth of Savannah with its all new fall program, the inaugural Junior ATC. This major new educational outreach initiative, with events scheduled during October and November, is open to high school students, ages 13- 18, in Savannah, Georgia and surrounding communities. The … Continue reading “American Traditions Vocal Competition Launches New Tradition With Inaugural Junior ATC”

EOA Hosts Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

Economic Opportunity Authority held their Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch last Thursday, November 14, 2019 in the John Finney Multipurpose Room of the EOA. The 2019 theme is “The Power of Advocacy.” The emcee for the occasion was Commissioner James “Jay” Jones. Rev. Jai S. Haithco., Sr. Ed.D, St. Philip AME Church presented the invocation. Executive Director Tom McBeth … Continue reading “EOA Hosts Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch”

Rep. Gilliard Appointed to Georgia Film, Music, & Digital Entertainment Commission

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

State Representative Carl Gilliard (D-Garden City) was recently appointed by Governor Brian Kemp to serve on the Georgia Film, Music, and Digital Entertainment Commission. “I am honored to be appointed to this important commission,” said Rep. Gilliard. “Georgia’s entertainment industry continues to have a tremendous economic impact in our state and creates jobs for Georgians. I believe that my work … Continue reading “Rep. Gilliard Appointed to Georgia Film, Music, & Digital Entertainment Commission”

Bethesda Academy and Savannah Tech To Offer Dual Enrollment Courses

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

Bethesda Academy has partnered with Savannah Technical College to be one of the first high schools to offer the new Early College Essentials Technical Certificate of Credit, as a dual enrollment opportunity for students to earn college credit while still in high school. Students that complete the Early College Essentials Technical Certificate of Credit will be able to graduate with … Continue reading “Bethesda Academy and Savannah Tech To Offer Dual Enrollment Courses”

Giving Back To The Community For Thanksgiving

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

Savannah Barber Styling Institute is partnering with CTM Nonprofit organization to make your Thanksgiving Holiday Special. Come out Tuesday, November .26th 10 a.m. to -1pm FREE FOOD, MUSIC,& SWEET TREATS! Savannah Barber Styling Institute , 1815 Waters Ave. Have you been thinking about starting a professional career in Barbberiing? Come by and enroll and enjoy a Thanksgiving Meal. For more … Continue reading “Giving Back To The Community For Thanksgiving”

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. Hosted Fellowship Reception

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. hosted a fellowship reception in appreciation of members and friends last Thursday, November 14, 2019 at the Con-Ed Banquet Room. Entertainment was provided by Percival Williams.

Block Party On Waters Avenue Postponed

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

The City of Savannah will hold a major block party at the Waters Avenue Shopping Center, 2005 Waters Avenue, to celebrate revitalization and the Arts on Waters program. There will be art exhibition, community services booths, health screenings, fitness demo, live performances, arts & crafts, food trucks and more. You can check out DJ Wildlyfe Beezy spinnin’ the tunes. It … Continue reading “Block Party On Waters Avenue Postponed”

Andy Doan Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – October 2019

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

Our featured Student of the Month representing the month of October attends Georgetown K-8 School and is in eighth grade. His teachers describe him as “a modest gentleman who always shows respect to his teachers as well as his peers”. This student is very eager to learn new subject matter and is very disciplined in making sure he fully learns … Continue reading “Andy Doan Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – October 2019”