Stacey Abrams Governor Run Provides A Jolt For The 2022 Midterms

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

I n an announcement that has provided a jolt to the 2022 midterm elections, Stacey Abrams said she’s running for governor of the Peach State. The race, which could mean a second dual between Abrams and Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, promises to catapult Democrats into the position of favorites. A Democrat and noted voting rights advocate, Abrams lost to Kemp … Continue reading “Stacey Abrams Governor Run Provides A Jolt For The 2022 Midterms”

Two Videos – Two Juries – Two Different Verdicts

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

America and the world witnessed two disturbing videos in two different cities; Kenosha, Wisconsin and Brunswick, Georgia. Both videos stemmed from the shooting of unarmed Black men. In Kenosha, the video showed a white man killing two white men and the wounding of another white man while they were protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake, another unarmed black man. In … Continue reading “Two Videos – Two Juries – Two Different Verdicts”

Carver Celebrates Trailblazer Robert E. James For 50 Years Of Service

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

The employees of Carver State Bank hosted a surprise celebration for President Robert E. James on December 1, 2021, at the Skidaway Branch. Mr. James began his tenure as President of Carver on December 1, 1971. The in-person event included staff and Directors as well as immediate family members of the honoree. However, one of the highlights was a surprise … Continue reading “Carver Celebrates Trailblazer Robert E. James For 50 Years Of Service”

Savannah State University Announces Esteemed Commencement Speaker

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

Savannah State University (SSU) will hold its 199th undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremony on Friday, Dec. 10 at T. A. Wright Stadium with alumna Felicia Bell, Ph.D. as the esteemed commencement speaker. The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. Approximately 325 students will receive master’s, bachelor’s, and associate degrees. Bell is a senior advisor in the Office of the Director … Continue reading “Savannah State University Announces Esteemed Commencement Speaker”

Non Profit IVolunteer International Announces New Board Leadership

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

After four years of accelerated growth and global impact, IVolunteer International inducted a new group of community leaders to the organization’s Board of Directors on November 20, 2021. Since 2017, IVolunteer International has created technologies that make volunteering fun, easy, and equitable in line with the organization’s vision of “creating 7 billion volunteers in the world.” The new board will … Continue reading “Non Profit IVolunteer International Announces New Board Leadership”

CAT Customers Must Continue To Wear Masks Through Mid-March

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

Chatham Area Transit will continue requiring passengers on CAT vehicles wear masks through mid-March to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, as required by the Transportation Security Administration. On Dec. 2, the TSA announced that the federal face mask requirement for all transportation networks, including public transportation, will be extended through March 18. The mask requirement had been scheduled to … Continue reading “CAT Customers Must Continue To Wear Masks Through Mid-March”

Music Midtown

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

I went to elementary school at The Children’s School in Atlanta Georgia. It was located in the heart of midtown, on 10th Street, directly across from Piedmont Park, which my classes frequently visited. I vividly remember all of the nature walks, field days, and sports events that took place at the park, all of the happy memories filled with naivety … Continue reading “Music Midtown”

Mayor Johnson Introduces AAPI For Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, recently introduced AAPI for Savannah, a taskforce dedicated to making the City of Savannah more inclusive for residents of Asian American or Pacific Islander descent. “For us, this was a great opportunity to find ways to connect, have meaningful relationships and conversations, and to find ways that we can continue to make Savannah a great … Continue reading “Mayor Johnson Introduces AAPI For Savannah”

Rep. Gilliard Launches Tour For 2022 Legislative Agenda, Serve As Guest Speaker At Local Events

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

State Representative Carl Gilliard (D-Garden City) will serve as a guest speaker during several upcoming events to launch his “We’ve Got Work To Do” tour. The event schedule is as follows: • Georgia Transportation Association’s (GTA) 2021 Annual Conference – Thursday, December 8, 2021, at 12 p.m. at The Westin (110 Ocean Way) in Jekyll Island; • Jubilee Gospel Awards … Continue reading “Rep. Gilliard Launches Tour For 2022 Legislative Agenda, Serve As Guest Speaker At Local Events”

Sen. Ossoff Announces Bipartisan Push To Bring Mobile Health Clinics To Georgia Families

By Savannah Tribune | December 08, 2021

U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is working to bring mobile health clinics to Georgia and help families access life-saving care. Sen. Ossoff is pushing to pass the MOBILE Health Care Act to help ensure vulnerable and underserved communities have access to health care, including by using mobile health clinics to reach people where they are. “We are working together as Democrats … Continue reading “Sen. Ossoff Announces Bipartisan Push To Bring Mobile Health Clinics To Georgia Families”