Savannah Welcomed Georgia Municipal Association For Annual Convention

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

The City of Savannah excitedly welcomed the Georgia Municipal Association, representing all 537 of Georgia’s cities, for its annual convention from Aug. 6 to 10 and was committed to hosting the event safely. Consistent with the CDC guidance, GMA recommended that all convention delegates wear face masks during meetings and convention activities, which was also consistent with Savannah’s mask mandate. … Continue reading “Savannah Welcomed Georgia Municipal Association For Annual Convention”

Voters, Vaccines & Visions Liberation Bus Tour Continues

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

F.R.E.S.H. Communities, SOWEGA Rising, Fort Valley State University, Black Voters Matter and the Georgia State Senate’s Committee on Interstate Cooperation continues the last week of the Voters, Vaccines and Visions Bus Tour (“3V Liberation Tour”). The 40+ city statewide tour aims to help Georgians vote safely and securely, provide info about COVID-19 vaccines, and educate communities on how to leverage … Continue reading “Voters, Vaccines & Visions Liberation Bus Tour Continues”

SCCPSS District Teacher of the Year Cherie Dennis Named 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

SCCPSS is pleased to announce that Cherie Dennis, our 2021- 2022 District Teacher of the Year has been named the Georgia State Teacher of the Year for 2022. Cherie Dennis is currently in her twelfth 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 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year”

Deep Center & Southern Center for Human Rights Announce Vera Institute of Justice Grant

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

Today, Deep Center and Southern Center for Human Rights announced they have received an In Our Backyards grant from the Vera Institute of Justice, a national criminal justice nonprofit, to continue its work collecting data on detainment and incarceration practices in order to prepare policy, elevate system-affected voices, provide assistance to campaigns to enact policy reforms, and reduce the harm … Continue reading “Deep Center & Southern Center for Human Rights Announce Vera Institute of Justice Grant”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

ANOTHER VOTER SUPPRESSION TACTIC? Letters are being mailed from the Georgia Secretary of State’s office to Cancel the Voter Registrations of More than 185, 000 Georgia Voters and at least an additional 102,000 Georgia voters who filed Change-of-Address requests with the U.S. Postal Service. There are more than 39,000 Voters in Chatham County who will Receive these Letters. Are You … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

NLaws Produce Announces New Partnership, Formation Of New Venture

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

NLaws Produce, Savannah’s leading, family owned wholesale produce distribution company, announced a new relationship with the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), the Georgia Department of Agriculture (GDA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). In May, an employee of GDA introduced NLaws to representatives of Georgia Fresh Pack (GFP). GFP repacks fruit for The Wonderful Company and knew of the need … Continue reading “NLaws Produce Announces New Partnership, Formation Of New Venture”

The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah Call on Business Community to Fill Board, Commission and Authority Volunteer Seats

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah announce an “Open Membership Call” beginning Monday, August 9 through Friday, August 20 for reappointments or new appointments to Boards, Commissions, and Authorities. Current openings include: • Chatham Area Transit (CAT) – one (1) opening • Civil Service Board – two (2) vacancies • Cultural Affairs Commission – three (3) vacancies … Continue reading “The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah Call on Business Community to Fill Board, Commission and Authority Volunteer Seats”

CURE September Flag Campaign Supports Children With Cancer

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and CURE Childhood Cancer is making it easy for everyone to share in the fight against childhood cancer by selling flags designed to attach to mailboxes, porches and front doors. The flags are $30 each, featuring a fun design, the CURE logo and the year. The flags are a simple but meaningful way … Continue reading “CURE September Flag Campaign Supports Children With Cancer”

Maternal Health Startup Pregistry Launches COVID-19 Vaccine Study Focused on Furthering the Health of Women and Children

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

Maternal health startup Pregistry announced recently the start of the COVID-19 Vaccines International Pregnancy Exposure Registry (C-VIPER), designed to identify the risk of common obstetric, neonatal, and infant outcomes among pregnant women around the world who received the COVID-19 vaccine. Pregistry is an emerging leader in developing and executing post-approval studies to assess the safety of medications and vaccines used … Continue reading “Maternal Health Startup Pregistry Launches COVID-19 Vaccine Study Focused on Furthering the Health of Women and Children”

Chatham County Board of Assessors PUBLIC NOTICE

By Savannah Tribune | August 11, 2021

The Chatham County Board of Assessors has changed the Start Time for The Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 19, 2021. The Meeting will start at 10:30 AM. All Meetings of The Chatham County Board of Assessors are held at 222 W. Oglethorpe Ave.,