JPMorgan Chase Invests In Carver State Bank

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

JPMorgan Chase today announced it has increased its investment in Minority Depository Institutions (MDI) and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) to $100 million and has added ten new institutions among its investments, including Carver State Bank in Savannah. In addition to receiving an immediate capital investment, Carver State Bank will now offer J.P. Morgan’s money market funds to institutional investors … Continue reading “JPMorgan Chase Invests In Carver State Bank”

Breast Cancer Proclamation Presented To St. Joseph’s/Candler & Chatham Co. Employees

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

Chatham County Chairman Chester Ellis and the Board of Commissioners presented a proclamation to St. Joseph’s/Candler and Chatham County employees, recognizing October as Breast Cancer Awareness month. Chatham County has been in partnership with the St. Joseph’s/Candler Mobile Mammography program since 2009 to provide onsite mobile mammography to Chatham County employees. For more info on St. Joseph’s/Candler Mobile Mammography program, … Continue reading “Breast Cancer Proclamation Presented To St. Joseph’s/Candler & Chatham Co. Employees”

Interchange Dedicated To Representative Bobby L. Hill

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

A dedication ceremony of the “Representative Bobby L. Hill Interchange” was held Thursday, September 30, 2021 at St. Paul CME Church. State Representative Carl W. Gilliard served as Chairman and Chatham County Commissioner Bobby Lockett served as Co-Chair. The interchange is located where I-516 north flows into I-16 west. During the ceremony, Patt Gunn, District 162 Legislative Council Coordinator delivered … Continue reading “Interchange Dedicated To Representative Bobby L. Hill”

GA House District 165 Candidates Explain Their Positions

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 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. Five candidates are running in the November 2 special election. The candidates … Continue reading “GA House District 165 Candidates Explain Their Positions”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

Keep November 2nd On Your Mind, and these Important Elections: The election for Georgia House of Representatives Seat – District 165; municipal elections in Garden City, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Tybee Island & Vernonburg; and E-SPLOST – The Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to support our public schools. PLANNING TO VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT? All Persons, Regardless Of Age … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Center Parc Officially Breaks Ground On Flagship Financial Center

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

Center Parc Credit Union held a ceremonial groundbreaking for its Savannah flagship financial center on Sept. 30 at the construction site, 5698 Ogeechee Road, an outparcel in the Kroger complex within the Berwick community. The $5 million, 6,200-square-foot project becomes Center Parc’s first freestanding location in the Savannah area. The credit union entered the Savannah market with two branches based … Continue reading “Center Parc Officially Breaks Ground On Flagship Financial Center”

UPGRADE YOUR MINDSET 4 Ways to Improve Your Focus

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

Focus is the very thing that many struggle to keep and would pay top dollar to have more of! If you struggle to get tasks done, to prioritize obligations, or feel overwhelmed with things to do then you’re probably saying “amen” to that fact. And trust me you’re not the only one. Millions struggle with this every day. Sometimes having … Continue reading “UPGRADE YOUR MINDSET 4 Ways to Improve Your Focus”

SCCPSS Hosting Vaccination Clinics At Area High Schools

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

SCCPSS is committed to providing resources to our students and school families to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. To help meet that goal, SCCPSS has teamed up with St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System, the Coastal Georgia Department of Health, Hospice of Savannah, Savannah Fire Department, and Chatham Emergency Services to host vaccine clinics at area high schools for students and … Continue reading “SCCPSS Hosting Vaccination Clinics At Area High Schools”

Letter To The Editor

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

A benchmark is a standard or point of reference against which things may be compared or assessed. Non-partisan Fair Districts GA, in collaboration with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project, has been developing a set of benchmarks that will show us what we could expect to see if redistricting maps are fairly drawn. Using sophisticated computer modeling — a tool that had … Continue reading “Letter To The Editor”

“EYE” CARE FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | October 06, 2021

Myopia (nearsightedness) is a common vision problem that causes one’s vision to be blurry in the distance. Nearsighted children tend to squint to see things far away. Sometimes, they will compensate by sitting closer in the classroom or stand closer to the tv at home. Nearsightedness in children can worsen year after year which is why it is so critical … Continue reading ““EYE” CARE FOR YOU”