Obama Proudly Endorses Joe Biden For President

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

ormer President Barack Obama endorses Vice President Joe Biden and stated “Choosing Joe to be my Vice President was one of the best decisions I ever made and he became a close friend, and I believe Joe has all the qualities we need in a President right now. He’s someone who’s own life has taught him how to persevere, how … Continue reading “Obama Proudly Endorses Joe Biden For President”

Savannah Community Celebrates The Life of Vivian Jennings

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

Vivian Veronica Jackson Jennings entered into eternal rest on Friday, April 17, 2020 at Candler Hospital. She was a native of Savannah, Georgia, and was educated in the public schools of Chatham County and was a graduate of Alfred Ely Beach High School Class of 1954. She was a faithful member of First Smyrna Baptist Church, the president of the … Continue reading “Savannah Community Celebrates The Life of Vivian Jennings”

SCCPSS To Celebrate 2020 Graduates With Curbside Distribution of Caps & Gowns

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

As we look to the final weeks of the SCCPSS school year, one of the district’s priorities is to celebrate our high school seniors as they achieve their academic goals and graduate. The COVID -19 pandemic has created a shift in the way we operate, resulting in a very different look from the traditional classroom, as well as “end of … Continue reading “SCCPSS To Celebrate 2020 Graduates With Curbside Distribution of Caps & Gowns”

SafeCity Expands Throughout Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

scDataCom has expanded their newest initiative, “SafeCity”. SafeCity is a community focused program dedicated to fostering the safety, revitalization and continued growth of local business corridors by implementing security and technology tools designed to protect our community in a time of crisis. High-quality cameras are placed in strategic locations throughout local business corridors in order to provide as many businesses … Continue reading “SafeCity Expands Throughout Savannah”

Savannah African Art Museum Announces Virtual Earth Day Workshop On April 22nd And Extends Virtual Tour Program

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the world’s largest environmental movement, Earth Day. Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM) will host an online ‘do-it-yourself’ (DIY) workshop for the community to recognize the occasion, which will help protect the environment while also supporting those in need. Recognizing the opportunity for family activities amid ‘Shelter at-Home Orders,’ SAAM has planned … Continue reading “Savannah African Art Museum Announces Virtual Earth Day Workshop On April 22nd And Extends Virtual Tour Program”

National Student Essay Competition— Freedom of the Press

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

Inland Empire students passionate about freedom of the press are encouraged to participate in a National Student Essay Competition supported by Black Voice News and sponsored by the McCarthey Family Foundation, with additional support from the Committee to Protect Journalists, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and media outlets from around the country. Students in three categories– grades … Continue reading “National Student Essay Competition— Freedom of the Press”

Homeless Authority Organizing Volunteers To Help Homeless, Partnering with Goodwill

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

Savannah’s Homeless Authority is looking for a few good men and women. John Miller, Vice Chair of the Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless and a former homeless services & shelter operator, has issued a call for volunteers to help staff not only Homeless Authority efforts, but to help other organizations that work with the homeless and less advantaged in … Continue reading “Homeless Authority Organizing Volunteers To Help Homeless, Partnering with Goodwill”

International Paper Awards Two Grants to Support The Salvation Army Of Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

The Salvation Army (TSA) of Savannah has received two International Paper Foundation grants totaling $10,000, from the company’s Savannah and Port Wentworth mills to assist those who are most in need in our community. Part of this funding will support TSA’s nightly meal service which welcomes anybody who needs a meal to collect the prepared food from its Center of … Continue reading “International Paper Awards Two Grants to Support The Salvation Army Of Savannah”

Partnership Between Federal, State and Local Stakeholders Provides Meals For Area Homeless

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

The City of Savannah, in collaboration with local faith-based organizations, participating through the Chatham Emergency Management Agency’s (CEMA) Disaster Faith Network began distributing meals to the unsheltered homeless population today. Local leaders received information that two critical infrastructure meal providers would no longer be able to operate as of last Friday, due to health concerns for their limited volunteer staff … Continue reading “Partnership Between Federal, State and Local Stakeholders Provides Meals For Area Homeless”

Stay Safe in Your Worship

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

This is a particularly meaningful time of year for people of various faiths, with observations like Passover and Easter on the religious calendar. As challenging as it may be to change your annual traditions, it’s very important to stay committed to social distancing and avoid in-person gatherings right now. Many houses of worship are offering online or virtual services rather … Continue reading “Stay Safe in Your Worship”