United Way Of The Coastal Empire Celebrates Campaign, Raises $8,309,030

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

United Way of the Coastal Empire celebrated a successful fundraising year, with the 2019 annual campaign reached a total of $8,309,030 or 102 percent over the goal. Funds raised will be invested in programs and services to help children achieve their potential, assist individuals and families to become financially independent, and improve community health. Campaign Chair Ken Rabitsch, Savannah Market … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Celebrates Campaign, Raises $8,309,030”

We Stand With Van

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

In our October 30th edition, The Savannah Tribune endorsed Van Johnson for Mayor and he was top vote-getter in the November 5, 2019 Election. Now, we urge our readers to return to the polls on December 3rd and vote in the runoff election to make him the Mayor of Savannah. He will provide the strong, fair and accessible leadership we … Continue reading “We Stand With Van”

Savannah State Announces Esteemed Commencement Speakers

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

Savannah State University (SSU) will hold its 195th undergraduate commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14, in Tiger Arena. The processional will begin at 8:30 a.m. Approximately 350 students will receive bachelor’s and associate degrees. The graduate commencement and hooding ceremony will be held Friday, Dec. 13, 5 p.m., in Tiger Arena. Approximately 50 students will receive hoods and master’s degrees. … Continue reading “Savannah State Announces Esteemed Commencement Speakers”

Entrepreneur & ‘Shark Tank’ Alum Disrupting The Snack Industry

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

Founder Keisha Smith-Jeremie, disrupts the applesauce industry with sanaía, the re-imagination of childhood treats for adults. While the rest of the category was focused on kids, Keisha seized the opportunity to cater to adults who wanted to enjoy applesauce without being subjected to pouches or uninspired flavors. Growing up in the Bahamas, Keisha fell in love with fruit. While attending … Continue reading “Entrepreneur & ‘Shark Tank’ Alum Disrupting The Snack Industry”

The MLK Jr. Observance Day Association, Inc. Presents The 2020 Marshals’ Reception

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

On Sunday, the 8th of December 2019 at the King Frazier Student Center at 5:00 p.m. at Savannah State University, The Board of Directors of the Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Day Association, Inc. cordially invites you, our sponsors, supporters, and friends to attend the MLK annual reception as we pay tribute to our 2019 Honorees great achievements. Our Marshals … Continue reading “The MLK Jr. Observance Day Association, Inc. Presents The 2020 Marshals’ Reception”

Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity and Greater Savannah Homebuilders Host Home Dedications of Home Builder’s Blitz Houses

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

The Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity and the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah hosted a home dedication ceremony on Thursday November 21st at 9 am in Garden City at 4028 6th Street to celebrate the completion of the two Home Builders Blitz houses in the Rossingol Hill neighborhood. These houses are part of an ongoing neighborhood revitalization program happening … Continue reading “Coastal Empire Habitat for Humanity and Greater Savannah Homebuilders Host Home Dedications of Home Builder’s Blitz Houses”

Community Service Can Be Therapeutic

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

Community service can be defined as voluntary work intended to help people in a particular area. Generally, community service is unpaid and this can deter a lot of people from doing this unless it’s actually required. To Port Wentworth resident, Mrs. Sheila Durdley, the pay is not important. Mrs. Durdley is a native of Dunn, North Carolina. She earned a … Continue reading “Community Service Can Be Therapeutic”

District 3 Town Hall Meeting – December 4th

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

A District 3 Town Hall will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 4, 2019 in the Johnson High School auditorium, 3012 Sunset Blvd. The meeting will be hosted by District 3 School Board Representative Mrs. Cornelia H. Hall and will begin at 6:30pm. The HUB Transportation System for High School Choice Program students will be one of the … Continue reading “District 3 Town Hall Meeting – December 4th”

Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Donation to Senior Citizens Inc.

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

Dr. David Oliver and the team at Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat recently celebrated the practice’s 10th anniversary with a special reception, 10 Years of Hearing You. The invitation only event was held on Thursday, November 14 at 6 PM at 322 Commercial Drive in Savannah. Guests at this special event enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, a full bar, and live music … Continue reading “Coastal Ear, Nose & Throat Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Donation to Senior Citizens Inc.”

Hubert Middle School Jumps 18.9 Points on Georgia’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)

By Savannah Tribune | November 27, 2019

Hubert Middle School, part of Savannah Chatham County Public Schools, announced that the school has improved its score on the state’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) by 18.9 points compared to last year, reaching a score of 69. This significant increase was propelled by the school’s focused turnaround efforts, which have included a number of new initiatives including … Continue reading “Hubert Middle School Jumps 18.9 Points on Georgia’s College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI)”