2023 MLK Parade Grand Marshals and Trailblazer Reception Held

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association held their 2023 Parade Grand Marshals and Trailblazer Reception Sunday, October 30th at Savannah State University King Fraizer Ballroom. During the reception the 203 Parade Grand Marshals and Trailblazer were announced. Rep. Carl Gillard and Mrs. Carolyn Blackshear will serve as 2023 Parade Grand Marshals and minister Latasha Barnes was named Trailblazer. … Continue reading “2023 MLK Parade Grand Marshals and Trailblazer Reception Held”

Part Two Elections 2022: We Need Mass Participation, Huge Voter Turnout, and Qualified Candidates

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

The midterm elections are upon us and by now, you should have voted early or you should have made plans for Election Day Voting on November 8, 2022. The absentee ballots should be requested between 78 and 11 days prior to the election. So, as this article is being read, the time to request absentee ballots would have passed (October … Continue reading “Part Two Elections 2022: We Need Mass Participation, Huge Voter Turnout, and Qualified Candidates”

Carver State Bank Unveils Strategies For Bridging The Financial Wealth Gap Between Black & White Families

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

While the Federal Reserve Board and other national leaders continue to grapple with inflation, financial institutions on the local and state levels are also called upon to step up their efforts to improve the quality of services in these regards. The Carver State Bank has accepted the invitation of the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) to share with … Continue reading “Carver State Bank Unveils Strategies For Bridging The Financial Wealth Gap Between Black & White Families”

Savannah Technical College Foundation’s 2022 Tribute To Community Stars Held

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

Award- winning chef and co-founder of The Grey – Mashama Bailey was the keynote speaker at the 16th annual Tribute to Community STARs hosted by the Savannah Technical College Foundation Community Council last Friday, October 28, 2022. The STARs (Sais vannah Tech Achievement Recognition awards) event has recognized 300 people for their service and dedication in the community or at … Continue reading “Savannah Technical College Foundation’s 2022 Tribute To Community Stars Held”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

This Midterm Election is Critical. This Election is not a Popularity Contest! It is Serious because the Outcome will set the Trajectory for a Future where many of the Freedoms and Rights which we have Enjoyed are at Great Risk of being Lost. Let’s not take it for granted that the Democratic Form of Government under which we live will … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Barbara White Williams Memorial Scholarship Awarded

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

It is with great pleasure to announce that the Domestic Violence Fundraiser held through Savannah State University was a success. The monies were raised to fund the Barbara White Williams Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was awarded on Friday October 21, 2022 to Paris Thompson. With your help and support $4950 was raised $4,950 and the reserved money from last year … Continue reading “Barbara White Williams Memorial Scholarship Awarded”

City Unveils New Public Art Project At Enmarket Arena In Celebration Of Community

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

The City of Savannah will host an unveiling of the newly installed public art sculptures, titled Of Communities and the Land and the Trees that Bear Witness to Them on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022, from 10 a.m. to noon at Enmarket Arena, 620 Stiles Ave. The City of Savannah commissioned Jerome B. Meadows, a local sculptor, for this project. The … Continue reading “City Unveils New Public Art Project At Enmarket Arena In Celebration Of Community”

Savannah Branch NAACP To Hold Election of Executive Committee Officers and Members-At-Large

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

On Monday, November 14, 2022, the Savannah Branch NAACP will hold its bi-yearly election of Executive Committee Officers and At-Large Members. The election will take place at First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery Street, between noon and 6 pm. Executive Committee officers consist of President, 1st Vice-President, 2nd Vice-President, 3rd Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer. Not less than 10 … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP To Hold Election of Executive Committee Officers and Members-At-Large”

Savannahians to Vote on TSPLOST Funding for Tide to Town Urban Trail

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

When Savannahians go to the polls on November 8, one of the issues they’ll be considering is whether to vote in favor of a proposed Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST). If passed, the measure would include $10 million for pedestrian and bicycle safety and connectivity improvements, including funding for the continuing construction of Tide to Town, Savannah’s … Continue reading “Savannahians to Vote on TSPLOST Funding for Tide to Town Urban Trail”

Mayor Johnson To Deliver State of The City

By Savannah Tribune | November 02, 2022

Mayor Van R. Johnson, II will deliver the 2022 annual State of the City, Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center, 201 Montgomery St. During the address, he will highlight some of the City of Savannah’s accomplishments and progress of the last year. This will be the first in-person State of the City of this … Continue reading “Mayor Johnson To Deliver State of The City”