Westbrook Wins; Young & Mallow To Compete In November General Election

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

A nne Allen Westbrook won her seat for the Georgia House, defeating Weslyn Bowers in the Democratic primary. Westbrook won with 61% of the vote. Westbrook is the presumptive winner of the seat, she faces no Republican opposition. In the Georgia Senate District 2 race, Republican Clinton Young and Democrat Derek Mallow will compete in the November General Election Young … Continue reading “Westbrook Wins; Young & Mallow To Compete In November General Election”

Roger Moss Elected As School Board President For Chatham County Board Of Education

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

Roger Moss, who co-founded the Savannah Children’s Choir and helped institute the Savannah Classical Academy, among other notable ventures, was elected as Savannah-Chatham County Public School Board President. “Thank you, Chatham County, for believing in me and electing me as your next School Board President,” Moss said. “The real winners today are our children. They will always come first.” Moss … Continue reading “Roger Moss Elected As School Board President For Chatham County Board Of Education”

Juneteenth 2022 Festival Promises Music & Meals

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

The Daughters of Mary Magdalene and the City of Savannah present the cultural Juneteenth Music Festival on Saturday, June 18, 2022 @ 10:00 a.m. in Wells Park (aka) 38th Street Park. The line-up for the Juneteenth motorcade parade will be at the old civic center at 9:00 a.m. Our imminent & most gracious honorees are Big Boi from the Emmy … Continue reading “Juneteenth 2022 Festival Promises Music & Meals”

Meet Temakha (TEE- MA – KA)

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

Temakha, is known as modern medicine womban with remedies of award winning music, visual art and community drum circles. Temakha is previously known as the internationally published runway model and beauty ambassador, Tierra – TEA – Benton, and now offers her talents, music, and art products through her healing art hub, Abundaverse. Temakha’s singing and songwriting career began in 2019 … Continue reading “Meet Temakha (TEE- MA – KA)”

Help Me Understand Where This Country Is Going

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

Over the last year, I have shared my thoughts on mass killings across this country. Just a week ago, I penned a piece on the Buffalo killings. Before the ink was dry on that article, there was the mass killing in Uvalde, Texas leaving 19 children and two teachers dead. But wait, do not forget Sandy Hook, Parkland, and countless … Continue reading “Help Me Understand Where This Country Is Going”

May 24th Primary Election Generates Unpredicted Results

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

GET READY TO RETURN TO THE POLLS

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

Runoff Elections – June 21, 2022 June 10th: Deadline to submit application for an Absentee Ballot. Contact the Board of Registrars, 912-790-1520, to verify. June 13th – Early In-Person Voting Begins. Dates, times, and locations to be Announced.

GAB Group & Senior Citizens Necessity Pantry GiveAway

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

In case you missed it.. last Saturday, May 28, 2022, S2S Facts, Inc. a 5013c non-profit organization, returned face to face for their GAB GROUP Session. The sessions reinforce specific curricula for girls and womenin order to stimulate important discussions and activities. Also to have aged appropriate breakout clusters as well as collaborative circular safe zone chats amongst groups in … Continue reading “GAB Group & Senior Citizens Necessity Pantry GiveAway”

CAT To Thank Riders With Appreciation Month in June

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

Chatham Area Transit is putting a spotlight on our riders with a monthlong celebration. During the month of June, CAT will have several family-friendly activities, promotions, and giveaways for Rider Appreciation Month. To kick off the celebrations, CAT will host “CATCH A CAT FOR FREE” June 3rd – June 6th. That means our fixed-routes and paratransit buses are free during … Continue reading “CAT To Thank Riders With Appreciation Month in June”

The Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award

By Savannah Tribune | June 01, 2022

The Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Fund Committee is pleased to announce that Brandon De’Andre Williams is the recipient of the 2022-2023 annual Memorial Scholarship. Brandon is a graduate of Jenkins High School where he received recognitions of Honor Graduate (GPA 90 and above) and Superintendent Scholar (GPA 95 or above), as well as other academic honors. Brandon will … Continue reading “The Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship Award”