We Support Edna Jackson for the 165th

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Edna Jackson and several other candidates are seeking to represent the 165th District in the Georgia House of Representatives and complete the unexpired term of deceased State Representative Mickey Stephens. We believe that Edna Jackson is the best candidate for the 165th. She is intelligent and energetic, and has the experience to successfully address the challenging issues such as redistricting … Continue reading “We Support Edna Jackson for the 165th”

Pamela Perkins Promoted To Park Place Outreach Shelter Director

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services recently promoted Pamela Perkins to Youth Emergency Shelter Director where she works to support homeless, runaway, and atrisk teens in the Savannah community. In her new position, Ms. Perkins will work closely with Park Place’s youth and their families to identify trauma and create workable long-term relationships and solutions, and she will oversee all … Continue reading “Pamela Perkins Promoted To Park Place Outreach Shelter Director”

Howard Protests Escalate; President Demands End To Occupation

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

In a sharp rebuke to Howard University student leaders who have been leading a of a two-week long student protest at the university by occupying one of the university’s buildings, school President Wayne A. I. Frederick said students can continue to protest, but one part of their actions must stop. “The occupation of the Blackburn center must end,” Frederick said … Continue reading “Howard Protests Escalate; President Demands End To Occupation”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Make A Plan! Vote This Week, or Vote Tuesday, November 2nd By 7:00 P.M., at Your Precinct. PROVISIONAL BALLOTS Provisional Ballots Will Not Be Automatically Issued To Voters Who Report To A Precinct That Is Not Assigned To Them. If You Report To Another Precinct Before 5:00 P.M., Even If It Is More Convenient To Where You May Be At … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Savannah State University’s Band Ranked Among Nation’s Best

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Anyone who has seen Savannah State University’s Powerhouse of the South marching band perform during halftime and throughout our football games knows the band is one of the best in the nation. Now it has the rankings to prove it. In the ESPN Vertical’s most recent HBCU Band Rankings, “The Undefeated,” Savannah State’s band makes an appearance in its Division … Continue reading “Savannah State University’s Band Ranked Among Nation’s Best”

COVID Testing Site Changes

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Beginning Saturday, October 23rd, slight adjustments will be made to Chatham County Health Department COVID-19 testing site operations. The two testing sites will no longer be open every Saturday; instead, the sites will alternate Saturday availability. The weekday schedules are unchanged. Updated Testing Site Schedules: • Savannah Civic Center, 301 West Oglethorpe Avenue Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 … Continue reading “COVID Testing Site Changes”

Chatham Retired Educators Association News

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

The Chatham Retired Educators Association President Dr. Gordon Baker called the monthly meeting to order on Monday, October 11, 2021. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Annette Mitchell reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. All members celebrating birthdays in October were recognized by CREA Birthday Chairperson Melinda Miller. Our featured speaker for October was Dr. Lawton Davis, Director of the Georgia … Continue reading “Chatham Retired Educators Association News”

Savannah Speech & Hearing Center Offers Stroke Survivor Support Group

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

Savannah Speech & Hearing Center, a nonprofit organization providing comprehensive services to children and adults with speech, language, and/or hearing problems in the Savannah area for the past 65 years, is pleased to resume its support group for survivors of stroke or traumatic brain injury as well as their family or caregivers. The “Speak Easy” support group meets each Friday … Continue reading “Savannah Speech & Hearing Center Offers Stroke Survivor Support Group”

GIRL TALK

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 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”

College?

By Savannah Tribune | October 27, 2021

It’s crunch time y’all. Since the beginning of high school, everyone has told me that Junior year would be the hardest. “Freshman year is for acclimating yourself to high school, sophomore year is boring, and Junior year is the hardest”, was a saying that I was all too familiar with by the time summer ended and it was time to … Continue reading “College?”