United Way Receives $10,000 From JE Dunn To Help Residents Impacted By COVID-19

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

United Way of the Coastal Empire has received generous support for families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. This morning, Ryan Price, Savannah Division Manager of JE Dunn Construction, delivered a $10,000 contribution to the COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund with the hope that others will join the efforts. This donation will be used to help residents of Bryan, Chatham, Effingham and … Continue reading “United Way Receives $10,000 From JE Dunn To Help Residents Impacted By COVID-19”

Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Curtis V. Cooper, Jr.

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Healthy Savannah joins Savannah’s Westside communities to remember and celebrate Mr. Curtis V. Cooper, Jr., 55, who transitioned on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Hospital. A graduate of Windsor Forest High School and Savannah State, Cooper was a longtime president of the Cloverdale Neighborhood Association. Cooper was a formidable community leader and political strategist who stood up for … Continue reading “Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Curtis V. Cooper, Jr.”

Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Savannah Classical Academy’s (SCA) first literary team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition, before the pandemic affected in-person learning and competing. The SCA team placed in five different events, coming in fourth place overall. SCA is proud to congratulate Kayla Summer, Makayla Rudolph, Palmer Desborough and RJ Allen for their achievements in the … Continue reading “Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win”

Light It Up Blue For Autism

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

We want to “Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness Month as we begin the month of April. Many people suffer from Autism Spectrum Disorder which is a developmental disability that can cause significant social communication and behavioral challenges. I’ve had the opportunity to interview Mr. Carmen Fluellen. He shared his story and experiences about his son Camden, now 3 … Continue reading “Light It Up Blue For Autism”

Primary Election Voting Update

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Due to the Public Health Emergency brought on by COVID-19, opportunities to vote in person in the upcoming primary election may be limited. To promote the safety and voting access of all Georgians, the Secretary of State has sent out Absentee Ballot Applications to all voters for the May 19th primary. Fill out and return the Absentee Ballot Application in … Continue reading “Primary Election Voting Update”

Savannah State University Continues Online Instruction for May and Summer Semesters

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Savannah State University (SSU) and all University System of Georgia (USG) institutions will continue to deliver instruction remotely during May and summer semesters, with only limited exceptions. While half of SSU’s summer courses are typically offered online, we are transitioning to offer all of our courses online to current and prospective Savannah State University students. “Our dedicated faculty have worked … Continue reading “Savannah State University Continues Online Instruction for May and Summer Semesters”

Memorial Health Announces Sweeping Programs To Protect Colleagues Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Memorial Health, as part of HCA Healthcare, one of the nation’s leading healthcare providers, is announcing a comprehensive effort to protect its colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past few weeks, Memorial Health has experienced a decrease in surgery and outpatient volume as a result of COVID-19, leading to a reduction of hours for some of our colleagues. In … Continue reading “Memorial Health Announces Sweeping Programs To Protect Colleagues Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic”

Leopold’s Ice Cream Launches Giveaway for Free Pints of Ice Cream During COVID-19

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Leopold’s Ice Cream, locally and family owned since 1919, is pleased to announce Scoops of Happiness, a daily ice cream giveaway on social media that invites locals in Savannah to nominate their friends and family for a chance to receive a free pint of their super-premium, homemade ice cream. This giveaway will continue through Tuesday, April 14. As part of … Continue reading “Leopold’s Ice Cream Launches Giveaway for Free Pints of Ice Cream During COVID-19”

Housing Authority Of Savannah Offices Closed Temporarily

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

All offices of the Housing Authority of Savannah are temporarily closed. In accordance with state and local shelter in place guidelines, offices will be closed indefinitely. Despite office closures, HAS staff is still working, available, and committed to meeting the needs of our residents, program participants, and partners. Business is being conducted by telephone, email, fax, and appointments (on an-as … Continue reading “Housing Authority Of Savannah Offices Closed Temporarily”

Jesus First Church New Name, New Location

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Jesus First Christian Community Fellowship Church has moved to 2202 US Hwy 80 West, Garden City, Ga 31408 and the new name is Jesus First The Community Church. Church Service: Sundays 8:30 am Bible Study: Wednesdays 7 pm