AARP Polls Reveal Top Concerns for Voters 50 and Older

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

More than half of voters 50-years and older in crucial battleground states are worried about contracting the novel coronavirus. At the same time, African Americans are particularly opposed to how President Donald Trump has handled the pandemic, according to extensive polling commissioned by AARP. AARP launched the poll on Tuesday, Sept. 15, one week before National Voter Education Day which … Continue reading “AARP Polls Reveal Top Concerns for Voters 50 and Older”

Commentary: Justice Ginsburg’s Death Could Prove Fatal to American Democracy

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg – affectionately known as The Notorious R.B.G. (after the famous moniker of the late hip-hop star, The Notorious B.I.G.) – held on as long as she could while fiercely battling metastatic pancreatic cancer. At 87, the popular Supreme Court Justice had battled cancer and several other maladies, for some time. Just days before her death, as her … Continue reading “Commentary: Justice Ginsburg’s Death Could Prove Fatal to American Democracy”

The Savannah-Safe Jazz Festival Is Livestreaming Worldwide

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

The Savannah Safe Jazz Festival will arrive on Sept. 23-27, lifting spirits worldwide as it is held online for the first time amidst the ongoing pandemic of COVID-19. Savannah- Safe Jazz Festival of 2020 will not stick to its usual script of drawing in tens of thousands of visitors from all over the world to gather at Forsyth Park. Instead, … Continue reading “The Savannah-Safe Jazz Festival Is Livestreaming Worldwide”

Shows Sweep The Emmy’s During A Diverse Year

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

This year’s 72nd Emmy Awards premiered on Sunday, September 20th on ABC from the Los Angeles Staples Center where winners accepted their awards virtually and remotely due to the currently ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Jimmy Kimmel hosted the show again after previously hosting in 2012 and 2016. The Canadian comedic sitcom, Schitt’s Creek, came in with 15 nominations and took home … Continue reading “Shows Sweep The Emmy’s During A Diverse Year”

Warnock Continuing “Georgia Voices” Tour With A Stop In Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

New polling released today from the Warnock for Georgia campaign shows Reverend Warnock poised to consolidate Georgians and defeat Senator Kelly Loeffler for Georgia’s special Senate seat. The new survey finds Warnock gaining a larger share of voters than any other candidate over the last few weeks, setting him up to be the top vote getter in November. After only … Continue reading “Warnock Continuing “Georgia Voices” Tour With A Stop In Savannah”

Jack and Jill of America Inc., Elects Jackson As Teen Vice President

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

Johnathan E. Jackson was elected as Teen Vice President of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated. He has been a member of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. for the past 9 years. Johnathan served on the 2020 Regional Nominating Committee during the recent Teen Conference. Johnathan is a senior at Savannah Country Day School and a member of the … Continue reading “Jack and Jill of America Inc., Elects Jackson As Teen Vice President”

Relatives as Parents Program At EOA

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

Are you a grandparent or relative who has taken on the responsibility of surrogate parenting because the biological parent is unable to do so? The Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP) of Economic Opportunity for Savannah-Chatham County Area, Inc. (EOA) is designed to encourage and promote the creation or expansion of services for grandparents and other relatives who have taken on … Continue reading “Relatives as Parents Program At EOA”

Katey LeZotte Promoted To Director Of Client Services at RobMark

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

RobMark – Web • Advertising • PR has promoted Katey LeZotte to Director of Client Services. “From day one, Katey has put her knowledge, experience and ‘can do’ attitude to work for our clients and for our team,” Lisa Markowitz Henderson, President of RobMark said. As the agency’s Director of Client Services, LeZotte will work directly with clients to understand … Continue reading “Katey LeZotte Promoted To Director Of Client Services at RobMark”

Roly Poly Answers The “Always United” Challenge

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

Roly Poly Savannah answered United Way of the Coastal Empire’s Always United Challenge with the launch of United Way Wednesdays. Each Wednesday through Thursday, November 19, the locally owned sandwich shop will donate $1 of every order, whether it’s a chip bag, meal or a full catering platter. The inspiration for United Way Wednesdays came in response to the challenge … Continue reading “Roly Poly Answers The “Always United” Challenge”

Diversity and Inclusion Are Keys to Effective COVID-19 Clinical Trials

By Savannah Tribune | September 23, 2020

African Americans and other people of color continue to disproportionately die from the highly infectious spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the United States of America in 2020. It is a global pandemic. But in America, it is people of African descent who are suffering at an unprecedented rate of morbidities and death from this deadly airborne virus. Thus, … Continue reading “Diversity and Inclusion Are Keys to Effective COVID-19 Clinical Trials”