Chef Mashama Bailey To Present Keynote At 2022 Tribute To Community Stars On October 28

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

Award-winning chef and co-founder of The Grey – Mashama Bailey will be the keynote speaker at the 16th annual Tribute to Community STARs hosted by the Savannah Technical College Foundation Community Council on Friday, October 28, 2022. The STARs (Savannah Tech Achievement Recognition awards) event has recognized 300 people for their service and dedication in the community or at work. … Continue reading “Chef Mashama Bailey To Present Keynote At 2022 Tribute To Community Stars On October 28”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life of William Elliott “Bill” Stiles, Sr.

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

William Elliott “Bill” Stiles, Sr., age 75, passed on July 31, 2022, at his home under the care of Hospice Savannah, Inc., and his family. Bill was born in Savannah, Georgia on July 2, 1947, to the late John R. Stiles, Jr., and Thelma Williamson Stiles. A 1965 graduate of Sol C. Johnson High School, Bill attended Hampton Institute (University) … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life of William Elliott “Bill” Stiles, Sr.”

Savannah’s Search For Next Chief Of Police To Focus On Community Engagement

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

The City of Savannah will soon launch a public engagement process as part of the search for its next police chief. This process will include focus groups and surveys to assist in formulating what our community’s needs and expectations are for this role, and community involvement in interviews to assess how candidates meet those community needs. “ Understanding what our … Continue reading “Savannah’s Search For Next Chief Of Police To Focus On Community Engagement”

Senate Dems Pass Huge Climate, Health and Tax Bill

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

Senate Democrats took a critical step toward reducing inflation and the cost of living by passing the Inflation Reduction Act. Proponents said the measure would make a big difference for many Americans by locking in savings on health insurance premiums and reducing the cost of prescription drugs by allowing Medicare to negotiate lower prices. The bill, when signed by President … Continue reading “Senate Dems Pass Huge Climate, Health and Tax Bill”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE 1 – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

Getting Ready For The November 8th Midterm Elections Please Don’t Forget To Take Action! If you received a Change of Address postcard from the Voter Registration Office in the mail as early as May 2022: 1. The information on the front of the card reflects redistricting changes and a possible change of your voting district and precinct. Find your Voting … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE 1 – The Savannah Tribune”

NCNW Installs New Officers

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

The Savannah Section of National Council of Negro Women installed new officers on Sunday, August 7, 2022 at Thankful Missionary Baptist Church at 3:00 pm. The officers installed are: President-Annette Mitchell; 1st Vice President Carrie Howard; 2nd Vice President-Omie Flournoy; Secretary-Ruth Prince; Assistant Recording Secretary Annette Thomas; Treasurer Lou Frazier Brown; Financial Secretary-Mary Coleman; Corresponding Secretary-Katrina Myers; Parliamentarian-Cynthia Stephens; Chaplain-Rosa … Continue reading “NCNW Installs New Officers”

Savannah Voice Festival Celebrates The Beauty Of Song In Tenth Season Lineup

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

The Savannah VOICE Festival celebrates the beauty of the human voice with concerts featuring many different genres of song during this tenth anniversary season, which runs from August 7-21. Everyone will be able to enjoy their favorite type of music as the selection of concerts celebrate the diversity of voices and origins of the varied repertoires. “This season is themed … Continue reading “Savannah Voice Festival Celebrates The Beauty Of Song In Tenth Season Lineup”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE 2 – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

ATTENTION Voters who Choose to Vote by Absentee Ballot (Including Seniors and Disabled Voters), AUGUST 22nd is the FIRST DAY to legally request an Absentee Ballot Application in Georgia. You must fill out and submit an official Absentee Ballot request form/application in order to be sent an Absentee Ballot. There are various ways to get the official form: • Download … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE 2 – The Savannah Tribune”

Ashford Tea Company, Poet-Tea Offers Monthly Art and Tea Experience For The Mind and Body

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

“Slow down, breathe, and be in the moment” is what Wayne Ashford wants us to do. In a time when so many are constantly on the go, Ashford launched Poet-Tea at Ashford Tea Company to give people a moment to break away from the on-the-go routine of life. Poet-Tea is hosted by writer and poet Brandy Simpkins once a month … Continue reading “Ashford Tea Company, Poet-Tea Offers Monthly Art and Tea Experience For The Mind and Body”

City of Selma, AL Honored USMC Sgt. John W. Barbee, KIA-VN 6 Aug 1968

By Savannah Tribune | August 10, 2022

Last Saturday, August 6, 2022 the City of Selma, AL honored USMC Sgt. John W. Barbee, KIA-VN 6 Aug 1968. “I, too was honored as his Bride and for my fifty-four years of being an advocate for Gold Star Wives, Veterans and many programs that has lifted up residents”, said Patricia Barbee. Barbee continued, “In front of us was the … Continue reading “City of Selma, AL Honored USMC Sgt. John W. Barbee, KIA-VN 6 Aug 1968”