Vote Now: Your Life Could Depend On It!

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

On November 8, 2016, the people of the United States voted to take a chance on a President who started his campaign with the racist falsehood that President Barack Obama was not born in America. Throughout his campaign and his presidency, Donald Trump has continued to lie about everything big and small. The Washington Post’s Fact Checker has documented well … Continue reading “Vote Now: Your Life Could Depend On It!”

Mayor & Council Select Interim City Manager

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, and the Savannah City Council announced the selection of Michael Brown as interim City Manager to replace Patrick Monahan who will retire on Nov. 1. “Continuity is key as we seek to maintain the steady leadership Pat Monahan has provided our organization for the last 18 months,” said Mayor Johnson. “Michael Brown knows this job … Continue reading “Mayor & Council Select Interim City Manager”

Rincon Chevrolet In Support Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

Welcomed by pink t-shirts and open arms, Jesse Greathouse, General Manager at Rincon Chevrolet in Rincon, along with his sales and service team are supporting this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness month by making a donation of $50 for every vehicle sold, new or pre-owned. All proceeds will go to the local Susan G. Komen foundation. Nationally, Chevrolet will be donating … Continue reading “Rincon Chevrolet In Support Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month”

Savannah Branch NAACP To Host 2020 Political Forum

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

On Saturday, October 17, at 10 am, the Savannah Branch NAACP will hold a political webinar forum moderated by former Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson. Invited to attend and answer questions from the NAACP Political Action Committee and the moderator are candidates for the following races: 1st US Congressional District, Chatham County Commission Chair, Chatham County District Attorney, Public Service Commission … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP To Host 2020 Political Forum”

E-Learning Students Qualify for Student Astronaut Challenge Finals

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

SCCPSS middle school students attending the Savannah-Chatham E-Learning Academy recently competed against some of the best middle school engineering/aerospace schools in the south and qualified in the Top 11 for the Student Astronaut Challenge National Finals. The Student Astronaut Challenge is an aero-space based competition sponsored by Florida State University and presented with cooperation from NASA and the Kennedy Space … Continue reading “E-Learning Students Qualify for Student Astronaut Challenge Finals”

Savannah Branch NAACP 2020 Days of Giving Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

During the month of October, the Savannah Branch NAACP invites its membership, supporters and sponsors to participate in its 2020 Days of Giving Campaign. Because the Annual Freedom Fund Awards Banquet, the Branch’s largest fundraiser, has been canceled due to pandemic, the Freedom Fund Committee has asked its supporters to donate to the Branch as one would have normally for … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP 2020 Days of Giving Campaign”

The First Presidential Debate

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

What an embarrassment. Two grown men stood in front of the world on Tuesday evening, a month before election day, and hurled verbal attacks at each other. For 90 minutes, I listened in shock as The President of The United States mocked Vice President Biden for wearing a mask, for Biden’s child’s struggle with drug abuse and mental illness. I … Continue reading “The First Presidential Debate”

Savannah Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Teen April Moss is Recognized as a 2020 Carson Scholar

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

The Carson Scholars Fund is delighted to announce that 477 students across the nation were named 2020 Carson Scholars. These outstanding young men and women received $1,000 college scholarships in recognition of their academic and humanitarian achievements. Due to the restrictions in place from the (COVID-19) pandemic, the Carson Scholars Fund hosted its first ever virtual awards ceremony in May … Continue reading “Savannah Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Teen April Moss is Recognized as a 2020 Carson Scholar”

Senior Volunteer Program of EOA

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

Share your time and special talents with others, join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of EOA, we need your help to help others. Through RSVP seniors 55 and older serve in various community organizations 1 to 40 hours per week. Choose where you want to serve from the many local agencies we are affiliated with. Qualifications are to be … Continue reading “Senior Volunteer Program of EOA”

Free Hearing Screenings Every Thursday

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

The Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, 1206 East 66th St., a nonprofit organization serving clients with speech pathology and audiology needs, offers free hearing screenings which are open to the public every Thursday from 9-11 a.m. Children ages three years old to adults of all ages are screened on a first-come, first-serve basis by a trained audiology assistant. If necessary, … Continue reading “Free Hearing Screenings Every Thursday”