The 41st Annual Savannah Jazz Festival To Be Held In-Person In 2022!

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Savannah Jazz, in partnership with the City of Savannah and WSAV, announces that the 41st Savannah Jazz Festival will take place September 20 – 24. Free, live, and in-person! “We are beyond grateful that the City of Savannah and WSAV will continue their lead partnerships to deliver the 41st Savannah Jazz Festival, poised to reach our biggest audiences ever,” says … Continue reading “The 41st Annual Savannah Jazz Festival To Be Held In-Person In 2022!”

Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy Through The Lens of Colonialism & Black Lives

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Immediately following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, notable media personality Jemele Hill urged her peers to put the monarch’s passing in perspective. “Journalists are tasked with putting legacies into full context, so it is entirely appropriate to examine the queen and her role in the devastating impact of continued colonialism,” Hill tweeted. Elizabeth’s legacy isn’t necessarily complicated, but filled … Continue reading “Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy Through The Lens of Colonialism & Black Lives”

Bernard Shaw, CNN’s First Black Chief Anchor, Dies At 82

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

CNN’s first black and chief anchor, Bernard Shaw, died at the age of 82 from pneumonia on September 7th in Washington, DC. Shaw was born May 22, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois to his parents Edgar Shaw and Camilla Murphy Shaw. He began his media career as a Chicago radio reporter at WNUS and attained his first TV job with CBS … Continue reading “Bernard Shaw, CNN’s First Black Chief Anchor, Dies At 82”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Registered Voters, Please Continue To Check Your Active Voting Status On A Weekly Basis At The My Voter Page On The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Website (mvp.sos. ga.gov/s/) To Make Sure You Have Not Been Taken Off The Voting List. DO NOT TAKE YOUR VOTING STATUS FOR GRANTED!! According To The New Law – GA SB 202 – Any Voter … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Savannah Technical College Foundation Awards More Than $121K For AY2023

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Savannah Technical College Foundation awarded more than $121,000 in scholarships for the academic year (AY23). This included $43,000 for last mile scholarship, $36,000 for Career Advancement Program (CAP) scholarship, $12,000 for Student Success scholarship and $12,000 for the Faculty & Staff (HERO) scholarship. Additional student scholarships will be awarded prior to spring and summer semesters. This week, the Foundation honored … Continue reading “Savannah Technical College Foundation Awards More Than $121K For AY2023”

Antwan Lang Named A Rising Lobbyist Star By James Magazine

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Antwan Lang is ranked as a 2022 rising lobbyist star by James Magazine. Lang is President and CEO of Atlantic South Group LLC a government affairs and business development firm with offices in Atlanta and Savannah, GA. Atlantic South was founded on a passion for, and high level of expertise in local and state government. Atlantic South is a registered … Continue reading “Antwan Lang Named A Rising Lobbyist Star By James Magazine”

Built On Purpose Founder Erik Reagan To Speak At September Buy Local Luncheon

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

Buy Local Savannah will host its monthly luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 22, from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. at The Pirates’ House, located at 20 E. Broad St. in Savannah. This month’s guest speaker is Erik Reagan, founder of newly launched Built on Purpose. Reagan will provide attendees with professional development tips, including insights on turning failures into a key ingredient for … Continue reading “Built On Purpose Founder Erik Reagan To Speak At September Buy Local Luncheon”

League of Women Voters of Georgia, ACLU of Georgia, Common Cause Georgia and Fair Districts Georgia Release Results of New Redistricting Poll

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

According to the first-ever poll of Georgians about redistricting, large majorities of voters from both political parties favor competitive district maps that reflect racial diversity and preserve their communities. The poll also shows that most favor a new law that mandates a non-partisan process for mapping congressional and legislative districts. Public Policy Polling conducted the poll which was sponsored by … Continue reading “League of Women Voters of Georgia, ACLU of Georgia, Common Cause Georgia and Fair Districts Georgia Release Results of New Redistricting Poll”

National Baptist Convention To Hold Event In Augusta

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

The National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. Laymen Movement will hold the 24th Annual Southeast Region Walter Cade, Jr. Workshop at the Augusta Marriott, 2 Tenth Street, Augusta, GA, October 7-9, 2022. The cost for the workshop is $185 double occupancy and $250 single occupancy. Deacon William Cherry, coordinator for the event, said that the package includes two nights stay in … Continue reading “National Baptist Convention To Hold Event In Augusta”

CCSO Taking Applications for First Annual Sheriff’s Citizens Academy

By Savannah Tribune | September 14, 2022

The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office proudly offers a countywide Citizens’ Academy. This 12- week informational series is designed to give residents an in-depth look at the daily operations of our agency. Our Sheriff’s Deputies have compiled a fun and educational set of handson demonstrations, live classroom instruction and one-on-one learning experiences designed for students to develop a better understanding of … Continue reading “CCSO Taking Applications for First Annual Sheriff’s Citizens Academy”