Georgia Hospitals On Diversion

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

The current surge of COVID cases throughout Georgia is stretching hospital and EMS personnel and resources to unprecedented levels. As a result, many hospitals are having to declare themselves on diversion meaning they are temporarily unable to provide normal emergency care to patients arriving by ambulance. Diversion is a term specific to ambulance transports and is a request to ambulances … Continue reading “Georgia Hospitals On Diversion”

Interim City Manager Receives Prestigious Credential From ICMA

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

Heath Lloyd, Interim City Manager for the City of Savannah, recently received the Credentialed Manager designation from ICMA, the International City/County Management Association. Lloyd is one of only 1,419 local government management professionals currently credentialed through the ICMA Voluntary Credentialing program. ICMA’s mission is to advance professional local government through leadership, management, innovation, and ethics and by increasing the proficiency … Continue reading “Interim City Manager Receives Prestigious Credential From ICMA”

“The Workforce: Visions, Opportunities and Challenges of the Present and Future”

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

“Memories of the Way We Were” are not just lyrics in recordings by Barbara Streisand and Gladys Knight. Thoughts such as these are on the minds of millions of Americans on the national, state and local levels. Just how do we handle the daunting tasks of navigating our present and future of our lifestyles, economic statuses, and jobs and enterprises … Continue reading ““The Workforce: Visions, Opportunities and Challenges of the Present and Future””

Thousands Reach Capital On Anniversary To Demand Voting Rights Protection

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

More than 25,000 people from across the country, some as far away as California, gathered in the nation to protest efforts in more than a dozen states they said to make voting more difficult and to urge Congress to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Bill, which would restore portions of the Voting Rights Bill struck down by the U.S. … Continue reading “Thousands Reach Capital On Anniversary To Demand Voting Rights Protection”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

Chatham County Residents, Get Ready To Vote!! We have Three (3) very important Elections happening on November 2, 2021. There are municipal elections in Garden City and Port Wentworth, and we must also elect someone to fill the seat in Georgia House of Representatives District 165 that is vacated due to the death of Representative Micky Stevens. If you live … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

MATE Selects Savannah Technical College for Underwater Robotics Competition Training

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

Savannah Technical College Industrial Systems students will compete in an underwater robotics competition in Spring 2022 thanks to funding from a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant. The College was one of two community and technical colleges in the U.S. selected to participate in the first cohort that will compete in a brand-new level for the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) … Continue reading “MATE Selects Savannah Technical College for Underwater Robotics Competition Training”

HBCU Servant Leader Scholarship Winners Announced Savannah (GA) Chapter of the Links

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

Exciting news as classes begin at Savannah State University, The Savannah (GA) Chapter presented scholarships to two Savannah State Students on August 16th. The checks presented by Dr. Laura Wiggins, Chapter HBCU Initiative Chair and Denise Cooper, Chapter Vice President were funded through a program of The Southern Area of The Links, Incorporated, the Southern Area Servant Leader Scholarships. The … Continue reading “HBCU Servant Leader Scholarship Winners Announced Savannah (GA) Chapter of the Links”

The Vaccine, The Mask, and Our Children

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

First let us say the vaccine saves lives. The life of the person vaccinated and the lives of those they come in contact with. The low deaths, if not no deaths, of those vaccinated should be proof for the doubters. Second, masks save lives as evidenced by the statistical non spread among those wearing masks covering their mouth and nose. … Continue reading “The Vaccine, The Mask, and Our Children”

JE Dunn Promotes Marques Lowe To Regional Safety Director

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

JE Dunn Construction has announced the promotion of Marques Lowe to the role of regional safety director for the company’s East Region that includes offices in Atlanta, Charlotte, Charleston, Nashville, Raleigh, Savannah and Tampa. Lowe joined JE Dunn in 2020, serving as safety manager for its Carolinas division, overseeing the development, management, and implementation of all safety programs that ensure … Continue reading “JE Dunn Promotes Marques Lowe To Regional Safety Director”

CAT Operating on Holiday Schedule on Labor Day

By Savannah Tribune | September 01, 2021

Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) will operate on a holiday schedule on Monday, Sept. 6, for Labor Day. The holiday schedule will apply to all fixedroute buses and CAT Mobility will operate until 10 p.m. to mirror the fixed-route schedule. The Savannah Belles Ferry will operate on its current schedule from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Holiday schedules for fixed-route … Continue reading “CAT Operating on Holiday Schedule on Labor Day”