Grand Opening Of Floyd Adams, Jr. City Services Complex Held

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

The City of Savannah held a grand opening for the Floyd Adams, Jr. City Services Complex last Wednesday, December 22 at 2 PM at 20 Interchange Dr. Mayor Adams was affectionately known as the people’s mayor, and this year Savannah celebrates 25 years since he made history as the city’s first Black mayor. In September, the city council voted to … Continue reading “Grand Opening Of Floyd Adams, Jr. City Services Complex Held”

World Dignitaries React To Death Of Bishop Desmond Tutu

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Long before Nelson Mandela won his freedom from 27 years of imprisonment fighting apartheid in South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu earned the moniker “the nation’s conscience.” White and Black residents of the popular African nation lauded the bishop for his relentless fight to unite races and end the racist system of apartheid. South Africa’s leading advocate for change and reconciliation … Continue reading “World Dignitaries React To Death Of Bishop Desmond Tutu”

Mayor Van Johnson To Kickoff 2022 Hungry Club Forum Series

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) will host its monthly, virtual Signature Roundtable and Open Forum community education and issues discussion, on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at www.facebook.com/hungryclubforumofsavannah, at 9:30 AM. This forum will launch the sixteenth year of the HCFS offering its brand of close-up interaction and exchange with a diverse array of people, concepts, and issues … Continue reading “Mayor Van Johnson To Kickoff 2022 Hungry Club Forum Series”

City Announces Opening Logistics Information For Enmarket Arena

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

The Enmarket Arena will have its ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 13, with the first event slated for the following day marking the culmination of the City of Savannah’s largest ever municipal construction project. Maintaining its commitment to the integrity and history of surrounding neighborhoods, the City is working to minimize traffic impacts to residential areas and implement a temporary … Continue reading “City Announces Opening Logistics Information For Enmarket Arena”

Local Produced Film ‘MLK JR. BLVD’ Wins Davey Award From Academy Of Interactive & Visual Arts

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Winners of the 17th Annual Davey Awards have been announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. ‘MLK JR. BLVD’ wins Silver award honors at the Davey Awards for Film/Video-Entertainment for Non-Broadcast. ‘MLK JR. BLVD’, directed by Kareem McMichael and written by Chad Penchion, follows the life of a young artist and music lover, De’Andre, who is dealing with … Continue reading “Local Produced Film ‘MLK JR. BLVD’ Wins Davey Award From Academy Of Interactive & Visual Arts”

Rincon Chevrolet Spreads The Holiday Spirit By Donating A Car To A Woman In Need

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Rincon Chevrolet gifted Rhonda Terrell, local disabled woman, a refurbished Nissan Altima. Rhonda Terrell has been a Rincon Chevrolet customer since 2007 after buying her first car with the dealership. However, after years of use, the original purchased 20-year-old vehicle was in desperate need of repair. The vehicle could no longer be considered a reliable mode of transportation when it … Continue reading “Rincon Chevrolet Spreads The Holiday Spirit By Donating A Car To A Woman In Need”

MLK 2022 Parade Application Deadline

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

The Observance Day Association, Inc. is reminding everyone that the deadline to submit a 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. parade application is Friday, December 31, 2021. Because of the pandemic, we are limited to 150 units, one unit per organization. Applications are currently available online at www.mlkingsavannah.com/events, or at the Association’s office located at 1206 Martin Luther King, Jr. … Continue reading “MLK 2022 Parade Application Deadline”

Russo’s Seafood Celebrates 75 Years Of Seafood Excellence In Historic Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Since 1946, Russo’s Seafood has offered the highest quality seafood, prepared in the cleanest and most sanitary surroundings in the Southeast. This family owned and operated Savannah institution is proud to celebrate its 75th anniversary this year. Charlie Russo, Sr., grew up on a farm but never before cleaned a fish until he began working for Louis Rayola, a seafood … Continue reading “Russo’s Seafood Celebrates 75 Years Of Seafood Excellence In Historic Savannah”

Savannah Woman Donates 100 Winter Hats That She Made To The Canady’s Coats For Kids Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Georgia Welcome wanted to stay busy while she at home during the COVID quarantine. She started out crocheting afghans for other people and soon her efforts evolved into a mission to help children in need during the cold winter months. On December 20, Welcome donated 100 handmade hats to the Canady’s Coats for Kids campaign. “I was killing time during … Continue reading “Savannah Woman Donates 100 Winter Hats That She Made To The Canady’s Coats For Kids Campaign”

15 New Community Leaders Graduate From Leadership Southeast Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | December 29, 2021

Leadership Southeast Georgia, a professional development and leadership program in 10 coastal counties, recently completed its 2020–2021 programming. Delayed by the pandemic and the logistics needed to recreate a condensed schedule to make up for canceled classes, the final Chatham County session saw 15 participants graduating. “Our ability to overcome the delays and finally make it through the rest of … Continue reading “15 New Community Leaders Graduate From Leadership Southeast Georgia”