Black America Benefits From Biden Signing Inflation Reduction Act

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed the historic $750 billion Inflation Reduction Act into law, a major accomplishment for the administration and a Democratic Party that’s now looking with more optimism toward November’s crucial midterm elections. The bill represents the most significant climate investment in U.S. history. It includes strengthening critical provisions of the Affordable Care Act, providing Medicare with … Continue reading “Black America Benefits From Biden Signing Inflation Reduction Act”

Wade-In Historical Marker Unveiled At Tybee Pier

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

This past Wednesday on August 17th, 2022, The Georgia Historical Society, Tybee MLK Human Rights Organization and The City of Tybee Island gathered with many other distinguished guests to present and unveil the Savannah Beach Wade-Ins Historical Marker. The marker is a dedication to the 1960s wade-ins, where many African American students risked their lives fighting for desegregation on Savannah … Continue reading “Wade-In Historical Marker Unveiled At Tybee Pier”

United Way Partners With Dynamic Artist Amiri Geuka Farris

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

United Way of the Coastal Empire is partnering with multi-disciplinary contemporary artist Amiri Geuka Farris for a series of events intended to make art more accessible and to expose young people to the joy and creativity of working with a professional artist. This summer, Farris has been collaborating with museums, art centers, collectors, nonprofit organizations, and unexpected partners including libraries, … Continue reading “United Way Partners With Dynamic Artist Amiri Geuka Farris”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

REGISTERED VOTERS CAN VOTE WITH AN ABSENTEE BALLOT A Registered Voter, Regardless Of Age Or Disability, Must Request and Submit An Absentee Ballot Application along with the required Identification. ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE NOW! 1. DOWNLOAD the application at The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Website: securemyabsenteeballot.sos.ga.gov/s/ 2. REQUEST An Application from The Chatham County Board of Registrars: CALL: 912-790-1520; … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Huxsie Scott’s Final Performance This Season!

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

“Come celebrate the life and career of Savannah’s greatest Jazz and Gospel vocalist! A career that has lasted more than 50 years. Huxsie has become known as “The voice of Savannah!” She is an award winning vocalist who has captured the heart of everyone who has heard her sing..

Hollywood Producer Nichelle Protho Presents Little Known Story Of Immaculate Conception Academy’s Lost Class Of 1968

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

Augusta, Georgia’s historic Imperial Theater will premiere a new and socially impactful documentary called Two Classes of 1968 at a private screening on Saturday Oct. 2nd. The special screening will be held for cast & crew, as well as a small group of local leaders, historians, class alumni, and other special guests. The film is about a group of idyllic … Continue reading “Hollywood Producer Nichelle Protho Presents Little Known Story Of Immaculate Conception Academy’s Lost Class Of 1968”

SCAD Creates A Space To Bring Hope To Union Mission’s Mental Health Counseling Center

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

Union Mission is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) that will amplify and beautify Union Mission’s Mental Health Counseling Center and the new Parker’s House: A Home for Women space. Union Mission recognized SCAD’s contribution last Monday, August 22 at Union Mission administrative office (125 Fahm Street, Savannah, GA 31401). SCAD … Continue reading “SCAD Creates A Space To Bring Hope To Union Mission’s Mental Health Counseling Center”

Sol C. Johnson Class of 1964 Announces Scholarship Winners

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

The 1964 Class of Sol C. Johnson High School is happy to announce the winners of this year’s scholarships. Our recipients have displayed high grade averages, and are very active in school affairs. Rosionna Thompkins will be attending Bethune-Cookman University in the fall to pursue a career in Neonatal Nursing. Dylan Thomas is on his way to Wingate University, it … Continue reading “Sol C. Johnson Class of 1964 Announces Scholarship Winners”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease in which the cornea thins and bulges into a cone-like shape. This cone shape causes the vision to be distorted and may require special contact lens types or surgical intervention. The cause for this condition is often unknown, but it has been suggested that the collagen fibers in the eyes become weakened. When this … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

New Dates Announced For Tanger Concert In The Beer Garden, Sept. 9 & Oct. 14

By Savannah Tribune | August 24, 2022

The Coastal Plain’s shopping destination invites community to enjoy live music, food, drinks and more. Tanger Outlets Savannah announces new dates for its Tanger Concert Series in the new Beer Garden (200 Tanger Outlets Blvd) behind Texas Roadhouse, Sept. 9 and Oct. 14 from 7 PM – 9 PM. The Tanger Concert Series is sponsored by The Horne Law Firm, … Continue reading “New Dates Announced For Tanger Concert In The Beer Garden, Sept. 9 & Oct. 14”