Local Leaders Endorse Democrat Wade Herring For Georgia’s First District

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

Last week, community leaders from Chatham, Liberty, and Bryan County came to endorse Wade Herring for Congress. Of the 21 endorsers, below are quotes from Former Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson, Former Savannah City Manager Pat Monahan, and MLK Day Observance Association President Carolyn Blackshear. “Our democracy is presently being threatened at the state and federal levels. Therefore, it is very … Continue reading “Local Leaders Endorse Democrat Wade Herring For Georgia’s First District”

The Current & The Savannah Tribune Co-Host Online Voter Education Event

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

The Current, Coastal Georgia’ s only in-depth investigative news source, along with The Savannah Tribune, one of the oldest Black-owned and operated publications in America, announced they are co-hosting an online voter education event to inform voters from Savannah to Brunswick how to vote safely and effectively in the local elections November 2 under Georgia’s new election law. The event … Continue reading “The Current & The Savannah Tribune Co-Host Online Voter Education Event”

GA House District 165 Candidates Explain Their Positions

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

The League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia will host a Candidates Forum on October 14 at 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. The candidates will be asked questions submitted by voters on issues relevant to the district. The event is free, but attendees are encouraged to register at www.LWVCGA.org. Voters can submit their questions for the candidates via the website. The … Continue reading “GA House District 165 Candidates Explain Their Positions”

Annual Heritage Celebration & Showcase 2021 Unveils Gold Nuggets

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

The Honorable Ambassador Griffin Lotson has amassed such a track record and body of work on the history of the Gullah Geechee people, that he is sometimes given the middle name “Gullah Geechee.” He taunted and dug out the history of his history and heritage long before it became an interest and focus of many around the globe. He was … Continue reading “Annual Heritage Celebration & Showcase 2021 Unveils Gold Nuggets”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

Everyone Who Wants To Vote By Absentee Ballot Must File The Application – Regardless Of Your Age Or Disability. Applications Will Not Be Automatically Mailed To Persons Age 65 & Over, Nor To Persons With Disabilities. The New Absentee Ballot Applications Are Available Now, and we at The Savannah Tribune strongly recommend that you File Your Application Before October 1st, … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

OneSeed, Inc. September Mini Grant Awarded to 4 The Jewel

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

OneSeed, Inc., is a local nonprofit that supports other nonprofits through three initiatives: Seed Money (Mini Grants), Deep Roots (Board Development), and Twining Stems (Community Collaboration). OneSeed, Inc., is proud to announce that 4 the JewelNUGlobal,Inc.has been named as the recipient September 2021 $500 Seed Money Resource Mini Grant Initiative. “I founded this organization to align resources to small organizations … Continue reading “OneSeed, Inc. September Mini Grant Awarded to 4 The Jewel”

Dulany Industries, Inc. Executive Assistant Mary Barragan Honored With 2021 Eureka Award

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

Dulany Industries, Inc. — the parent company of SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex, Southern States Chemical and Sea- Gate Terminals — is pleased to announce that Mary Barragan, Executive Assistant to President and CEO Reed Dulany, was recently honored as the national winner of the 2021 American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP) Eureka Award. Barragan was recognized at the Administrative Professionals … Continue reading “Dulany Industries, Inc. Executive Assistant Mary Barragan Honored With 2021 Eureka Award”

Young Qualifies As A Candidate For The GA House of Representatives, District 165

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

On September 8, 2021, Clinton Young qualified as a candidate for the GA House of Representatives, District 165. On November 2, 2021, there will be a Special Election for the seat of GA House of Representatives, District 165 to fill the remaining term of the late Honorable State Rep. Mickey Stephens. Young, a native of Savannah, Georgia, is a retired … Continue reading “Young Qualifies As A Candidate For The GA House of Representatives, District 165”

My Neighbor, Friend, and Role Model

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

I have known Otis Johnson since 1952 at the Paulsen Street School. As a first-grader, I would watch Otis from a distance. He was tall and slender. The thing that impressed me was the confidence in his stride and the look of determination on his face. Paulsen Street School was overly crowded and run down. The look of focus on … Continue reading “My Neighbor, Friend, and Role Model”

History Theatre Is Back in Savannah Will Present Susie King Taylor Play

By Savannah Tribune | September 29, 2021

An old acquaintance is back in town : History Theatre. Its mission is to engage and empower Savannah, Georgia’s adults, teenagers and children in the production of historical dramas and musicals about Savannah for local and visitor audiences. The organization is a nonprofit community theatre with a professional temperament. Artistic Director Lorrie Rumpel and her husband Fritz, the organization’s executive … Continue reading “History Theatre Is Back in Savannah Will Present Susie King Taylor Play”