The Savannah Autism Conference Presents FREE Webinar

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

On Wednesday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m. (U.S. ET), The Savannah Autism Conference will present the second part of a free webinar entitled “The Learner is Always Right: Instructional Design Practices for Individuals with ASD – Part II.” The speaker for this webinar is Dr. Andrew Bulla. This presentation will focus on concept learning, including how to do a concept … Continue reading “The Savannah Autism Conference Presents FREE Webinar”

SSU To Gift Hand Sanitizer To Every HBCU Nationwide Made Possible By Generous Alumni Donation

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

Savannah State University (SSU) alumni Cyrus Jackson, (co ‘77) recently contributed an inkind donation to his alma mater valued over $1.5 million dollars. Designated for the College of Business Administration (COBA), the gift is being put to good use to help fight the spread of COVID-19. SSU Administration is taking the gift one step further by extending Jackson’s generosity to … Continue reading “SSU To Gift Hand Sanitizer To Every HBCU Nationwide Made Possible By Generous Alumni Donation”

The Gaslight Group To Open The 5 Spot Sandfly

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

Owners attribute success to overwhelming local support during the pandemic Savannah’s own, The Gaslight Group, is pleased to announce plans to open their newest venture, The 5 Spot Sandfly, in The Shops at Sandfly this summer. Co-Owner, Brian Huskey says, “The overwhelming local support that we’ve seen at The 5 Spot Midtown and at our food truck, The 5 Spot … Continue reading “The Gaslight Group To Open The 5 Spot Sandfly”

Update on Teacher and Education Support Personnel Bonus Payments

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

The State Board of Education recently approved Governor Brian Kemp’s and State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ recommendation that Georgia use federal stimulus funds to provide a one-time, $1,000 bonus payment to every K-12 public-school teacher and other education support personnel. The bonus is being provided to teachers and education support staff to support stronger recruitment and retention of these critical … Continue reading “Update on Teacher and Education Support Personnel Bonus Payments”

The American Rescue Plan is Critical For the Recovery of Georgia Cities

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

When cities succeed, America succeeds. Businesses open and thriving, robust infrastructure and transportation, community safety, access to healthcare, and high-performing schools for our children are necessary ingredients to moving our communities beyond a place of pandemic fatigue and into a new day of restoration. We have a personal responsibility to elevate our cities and provide the quality of life and … Continue reading “The American Rescue Plan is Critical For the Recovery of Georgia Cities”

Family Promise Participates In National Giving Day To Raise Funds For COVID-Impacted Families

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

Family Promise of the Coastal Empire, an organization that works to prevent and end family homelessness locally, is partnering with Family Promise National and its network of over 200 affiliates nationwide to hold a digital awareness event on April 21, 2021. Family Promise Giving Day is a 24-hour online giving campaign to raise awareness and funds for the nonprofit entity, … Continue reading “Family Promise Participates In National Giving Day To Raise Funds For COVID-Impacted Families”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

Evans Named Coach of the Year Groves High School boys basketball coach Kevin Evans has been named Coach of the Year for Region 3-AAA for the 2020- 21 season. In his first year of leading the Garden City based school, Evans posted a 9-9 overall record and a 4-2 mark in region play. Evans, 27, took over the team this … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Adam Svensson Surges Late, Birdies Second Playoff Hole To Win Club Car Championship

By Savannah Tribune | March 31, 2021

Svensson Wins Club Car Championship After birdies on the last two holes of regulation, Adam Svensson birdied the second playoff hole and defeated 54-hole leader Max McGreevy to win the Club Car Championship at The Landings Club. It was Svensson’s second career Korn Ferry Tour victory, and he becomes the first Canadian to win on Tour since Michael Gligic won … Continue reading “Adam Svensson Surges Late, Birdies Second Playoff Hole To Win Club Car Championship”