Finalist Named For The Savannah State University Presidency

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Board of Regents Chairman Sachin Shailendra and University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley have announced Interim President Kimberly Ballard-Washington as the sole finalist for president of Savannah State University. Ballard-Washington has served as Savannah State’s interim president since President Cheryl Dozier retired in June 2019. Prior to her appointment as interim president, she practiced law for 20 years … Continue reading “Finalist Named For The Savannah State University Presidency”

Union Mission Announces $1.5M Campaign To Expand Emergency Housing Programs

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Union Mission announces a $1.5 million Capital Campaign, A Haven for Her, to expand service delivery to 32-women as part of a new Grace House for Women (GHFW). Union Mission plans to renovate the building at 125 Fahm Street that has been vacated by J.C. Lewis Health Care. This will be the only Emergency Housing Program for unaccompanied, homeless women … Continue reading “Union Mission Announces $1.5M Campaign To Expand Emergency Housing Programs”

Matthew Reardon Center For Autism Serves Southeast Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Matthew Reardon Center is a unique organization located on Middleground Rd. in Savannah, Ga. The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism offers preschool for all young children, including children with autism and an accredited, ABA-based year-round day school for autistic children, teens and young adults. The academies are innovative, evidence-based educational environments where every child is valued and loved. Additionally, our … Continue reading “Matthew Reardon Center For Autism Serves Southeast Georgia”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

The Savannah Tribune strongly supports U.S. Senators Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, as well as Stacey Abrams and others who are sharing authentic details and information about the challenges and restrictions imposed by the new voting law (SB 202) that was hastily passed by the Georgia State Legislature under the guise of making elections more secure. The new law … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Willing Hearts Ministry Community Church 7th Anniversary

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Pastor Oddie Luckett and members of Willing Hearts Ministry Community Church, gracefully announce our 7 year church anniversary celebration service. We faithfully adhere to God’s instruction to go and make disciples of all nations and minister to the multitudes, mind, body and soul. The Great Commission still remains and for this we say to God be the glory! Your presence … Continue reading “Willing Hearts Ministry Community Church 7th Anniversary”

Jada Evans Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – April 2021

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Our featured student of the month of April attends Islands High School and is in eleventh grade. Her teacher tells us she is a classroom leader and an exceptional student. Her junior year is being completed completely online and she has risen to the occasion. She has maintained an A average in her classes, but it is her work ethic … Continue reading “Jada Evans Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – April 2021”

SCCPSS District Teacher Of The Year Cherie Dennis Named Top Ten Finalist For State Teacher Of The Year

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

SCCPSS is pleased to announce that our 2021- 2022 District Teacher of the Year has been selected as a Top Ten Finalist for State Teacher of the Year. Cherie Dennis is currently in her eleventh year of teaching. She is a graduate of Georgetown University, Stanford University, Armstrong Atlantic State University, and Mercer University. She is presently an ESOL teacher … Continue reading “SCCPSS District Teacher Of The Year Cherie Dennis Named Top Ten Finalist For State Teacher Of The Year”

CAT Discontinuing Test Stop Along 3 West Chatham Route

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

In June, Chatham Area Transit will remove a bus stop meant to serve FedEx Ground and other employers at the Morgan Lakes Industrial Park off the Jimmy DeLoach Parkway. The decision to remove the stop was made after the stop along the 3 West Chatham route received minimal use during a six-month trial period. CAT will cease serving the stop … Continue reading “CAT Discontinuing Test Stop Along 3 West Chatham Route”

Our Black Ambassadors

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

LADIES!!! thanks for your leadership. we honor you for the past, present and future. We need you and you and all for a successful future. thanks!!! ACCEPTING THE TRUTH THE TRUTH BREEDS JOY! When we experience the truth, our bodies accept a HOLY MOMENT. Yes! You can also accept the fears and distractions, these factors can prevent us from seeing … Continue reading “Our Black Ambassadors”

To Defeat COVID-19, Members of the Black Community Must Get Vaccinated

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Just this past April, we celebrated National Minority Health Month. As a part of this important time, it’s worth taking a look at the unfortunate impact COVID-19 had on minority populations. It is undeniable that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected minority communities at a disproportionate rate. African Americans are nearly three times as likely to be hospitalized, and twice as … Continue reading “To Defeat COVID-19, Members of the Black Community Must Get Vaccinated”