Republican and Democratic Candidates for Georgia Senate Districts 1 and 2 and House District 164 To Discuss Issues at League of Women Voters Forums

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

To help voters become better informed about their candidates in the upcoming election, the League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia will host two forums. The events are designed to allow voters to pose questions relevant to their local areas and to hear about the issues directly from the candidates. The forums: Georgia Senate District 2, Thursday, September 29 at … Continue reading “Republican and Democratic Candidates for Georgia Senate Districts 1 and 2 and House District 164 To Discuss Issues at League of Women Voters Forums”

Good Times Jazz Bar Celebrates 41st Savannah Jazz Festival With Teddy Adams Sextet

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant presents Teddy Adams Sextet – trombone Teddy Adams with internationally known musicians vocalist Huxsie Scott, pianist Eric Jones, trumpeter Kirk Lee, saxophone Calvin Barnes, bassist Marc Chesanow & drummer Robert Saunders. Wednesday, September 21 – Doors open at 5:00 PM (Dinner) 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM & Live Music 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM. … Continue reading “Good Times Jazz Bar Celebrates 41st Savannah Jazz Festival With Teddy Adams Sextet”

Black Women Make History At The 74th Annual Emmys

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

On September 12th, the 74th Primetime Emmy Award Show, recognizing the top series in television, was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. The award show was filled with historical moments and great representation with four black women winning and almost each making historical firsts. Zendaya won for best lead actress in a drama series, for her character … Continue reading “Black Women Make History At The 74th Annual Emmys”

Deep Center & Migrant Equity Southeast Call For Additional Education Funding For Georgia Children Living In Poverty

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

Last Friday, September 16, at Savannah State University, Migrant Equity Southeast (MESE) and Deep Center called on the Georgia Senate to provide additional education funding for schools serving children living in poverty. Georgia is one of only six states nationally that does not provide increased education funding for these schools, resulting in harmful disparities. The two Savannah-based organizations spoke at … Continue reading “Deep Center & Migrant Equity Southeast Call For Additional Education Funding For Georgia Children Living In Poverty”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

You MUST VOTE for these VERY IMPORTANT ELECTED OFFICES – Georgia’s U.S. Senator; U.S. Congressman – District 1; Georgia’s Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State and Attorney General, as well as Senators and Representatives to the Georgia State Legislature. WE URGE YOU TO VOTE for the candidate who will have your best interest in mind; who has the courage and … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Chatham County Youth Commissioners Take Oath of Office

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

On September 9, 2022, Chatham County Commission Chairman Chester Ellis gave the oath of office to the 2022–2023 Chatham County Youth Commission. 13 of these amazing young people will join 13 returning members of the Commission. The Chatham County Youth Commission is a nationally recognized governmental youth engagement program for high school students that was founded by Dr. Priscilla D … Continue reading “Chatham County Youth Commissioners Take Oath of Office”

Gwendolyn Williams Earns Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

Gwendolyn Renee Williams is a 1988 graduate of Savannah High School, a 1992 graduate of Savannah State (College) University, a 2005 graduate of Armstrong Atlantic State University, and a 2010 graduate of South University. On May 31st, 2022, Gwendolyn successfully defended her dissertation entitled “Understanding Supervisee Psychological Contract Fulfillment, Licensure Status, Years in the Filed, and Satisfaction with Supervision.” On … Continue reading “Gwendolyn Williams Earns Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision”

Savannah Arts Academy Students Fundraise to Attend All American High School Film Festival Competition

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

Some talented Savannah Arts Academy students have two films selected for this year’s All American High School Film Festival! The films were created in the school’s Film and Television class over the last school year, with students doing everything from start to finish – including coming up with story ideas, writing the scripts, location scouting, casting, photography, sound, and editing. … Continue reading “Savannah Arts Academy Students Fundraise to Attend All American High School Film Festival Competition”

Chatham Retired Educators Association News

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

The Chatham Retired Educators Association (Chatham REA) kicked off the 2022-2023 year at its first meeting on Monday, September 13, 2021, at the Southwest Chatham Public Library. The meeting was also available on Zoom. The new Chatham REA Officers for 2022-2023 are: President-Mrs. Annette Mitchell, President-Elect, Mrs. Carrie R. Howard, Secretary-Ms. Gail Moyer, Assistant Secretary- Mrs. Malenthia Frazier, Treasurer Mrs. … Continue reading “Chatham Retired Educators Association News”

Savannah Branch NAACP To Host Chatham County District Attorney

By Savannah Tribune | September 21, 2022

On Sunday, September 25 at 4 pm, the Savannah Branch NAACP will hold an in-person Mass Meeting with a special presentation by Chatham County District Attorney Shalena Cook Jones, and will be held at First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery Street with Rev. Thurmond Tillman, Pastor. Guest speaker DA Cook Jones will discuss reforms she has initiated since taking office. … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP To Host Chatham County District Attorney”