The ABCs Of E-SPLOST: What We Need To Know At The Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

With Early Voting now in progress, voters in Savannah Chatham County will decide by the Tuesday, November 2nd Election, if they are willing to support the renewal of E-SPLOST. The one penny added to the sales tax for education. The “E” stands for Education, and SPLOST is the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. The money generated by E-SPLOST can … Continue reading “The ABCs Of E-SPLOST: What We Need To Know At The Hungry Club Forum”

IN MEMORIAM: Colin Powell Dies At 84

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Colin Powell has died from complications from COVID-19, his family members have confirmed. The first Black US secretary of state was 84. “General Colin L. Powell, former U.S. Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, passed away this morning due to complications from COVID-19,” the former General’s family wrote on Facebook. “We have lost a remarkable … Continue reading “IN MEMORIAM: Colin Powell Dies At 84”

Savannah Awaits 4th Anniversary of ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’ With Special Entertainment

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Savannah’s premiere jazz venue celebrates their fourth anniversary starting with Eric Jones Trio – Thursday, November 4 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. Eric Jones is the pianist with the Savannah Jazz Orchestra and performs with them annually at the Savannah Jazz Festival. Currently Eric teaches at Savannah State University. Laiken Williams (vocalist) is an active member of Savannah Philharmonic Chorus. In 2012 … Continue reading “Savannah Awaits 4th Anniversary of ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’ With Special Entertainment”

Savannah State University Theatre Group Presents “Murder Among Friends”

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Savannah State University’s official theatre group, Players by the Sea, will present “Murder Among Friends” by Bob Barry beginning at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 – 23. The play will take place on the main stage of the John F. Kennedy Auditorium, located at 3219 College St. inside the Kennedy Fine Arts building. Ticket prices are $10 for the general public … Continue reading “Savannah State University Theatre Group Presents “Murder Among Friends””

PUBLISHER’S NOTE Planning To Vote By Absentee Ballot For The November 2nd Election?

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Deadline To Submit An Absentee Ballot Application: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22ND All Persons, Regardless of Age, Infirmity, or Disability, Must Request and File an Application for an Absentee Ballot. It Will Not Be Automatically Sent to You as in the Past. Download the NEW Absentee Ballot application at sos.ga.gov/index.php/Elections/absentee_ voting_ in_ georgia; Request the NEW application from the County Board of … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE Planning To Vote By Absentee Ballot For The November 2nd Election?”

Sick and Twisted In Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Sick and Twisted in Savannah is a work of fiction by author Sadie Allran Broome. It is an adult memoir set in Savannah. Recently Broome and a few friends visited Savannah. During an interview with The Savannah Tribune, Broome tells the story of how the book came about. “Back in the 80’s, my husband had just completed law school at … Continue reading “Sick and Twisted In Savannah”

Rep. Carl Gilliard Issues Statement On Justice For Ahmaud Arbery, Urges Calm In Murder Trial

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

State Representative Carl Gillard (D-Garden City) today issued the following statement regarding the murder trial for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery: “As the original author of House Bill 1203, a bill to repeal Georgia’s outdated and antiquated citizen’s arrest law, I am reminded of the significance of the justice system’s power and letting this process be completed. Today, we are … Continue reading “Rep. Carl Gilliard Issues Statement On Justice For Ahmaud Arbery, Urges Calm In Murder Trial”

Poll Location Changes Announced

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

The Board of Elections would like to remind voters that Precinct 7-11 was split earlier this year, adding two new precincts. If you have voted in this precinct at the Savannah 1ST Seventh-day Adventist Church, please check Georgia’s My Voter Page (https:// www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/ mvp.do) to see if your precinct and poll have changed. For a complete list of the polling … Continue reading “Poll Location Changes Announced”

GIRL TALK

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Finding Joy In Challenging Seasons Brought to you by Stellar Productions (Estelle Manion) and the GrooveBack Movement (Maxine Bryant) Join us for an intriguing and enlightening conversation that will inspire, encourage, and motivate women as we navigate through our seasons. When: Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 6pm EST Where: Maxine’s Zoom Room Advance Registration Required at this link: us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register /tZEqdOGqrz8sHt03LKo-BbOCUM2ETN2genBg … Continue reading “GIRL TALK”

5th District To Hold Listening Sessions

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Mayor Pro Tem and 5th district Alderwoman Dr. Estella Edwards Shabazz and Chatham County Commissioner Tanya Milton will hold listening sessions focused on transportation improvement projects on Thursday, Oct. 21. The listening sessions will be held from 4:30-5:30 p.m. and 6:15- 7:15 p.m. at the Liberty City Community Center, 1401 Mills B. Lane Blvd. Topics will include: • Street repaving … Continue reading “5th District To Hold Listening Sessions”