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Amico Tells Skidaway Democrats Her Campaign Based on Health Care, Economic Justice, and Voting Rights

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Sarah Riggs Amico, a candidate for the Democratic Party’s nomination for U. S. Senator from Georgia, pledged that if nominated and elected she would fight for the unfettered availability of health care for all, economic justice for women and people of color and securing and protecting voting rights for every citizen.   “First and foremost is access to affordable health care,” … Continue reading “Amico Tells Skidaway Democrats Her Campaign Based on Health Care, Economic Justice, and Voting Rights”

Tybee MLK Celebration 2020

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Savannah Hair Salon Hosts Ball To Benefit Local Children

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

A crowd of stylists and barbers from all over Savannah and across the state came together on Sunday, Jan. 5 to celebrate the 4th Annual Stylist and Barber Ball at the Hyatt Hotel in historic Downtown Savannah. Hosted by the locally owned and operated Flawless Hair Studio, the ball honored industry members for their dedication to the master cosmetology and … Continue reading “Savannah Hair Salon Hosts Ball To Benefit Local Children”

High Expectations

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Imagine this: A high schooler comes home from school, exhausted from a full day of class and extracurricular activities, suddenly a parent begins to relentlessly question them about their PSAT preparation, and where they want to attend college. After this conversation, the student silently shuts the door to their room and begins to cry; all of the pressure and expectations … Continue reading “High Expectations”

Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens Feb. 1

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

“Your Story, My Story, Our Stories” is the theme of the annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival scheduled for February 1-23, 2020. Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts, as well as ethnic cuisine and crafts, are offered for all ages and interests throughout the celebration. The festival is presented by the city of Savannah and Savannah State … Continue reading “Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival Opens Feb. 1”

Brian Reese for Chatham County Commissioner District 3

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Brian Reese is running for Chatham County Commissioner because he believes “Transitional Leadership is Now”. Brian is a Managing Supervisor with United Parcel Service. His 15 year plus management experience and leadership training give him the required skill set to fulfill maximum expectations as a productive County Commissioner. Chatham county is experiencing tremendous growth, and attracting and sustaining that growth … Continue reading “Brian Reese for Chatham County Commissioner District 3”

Academic Girls Empowering for Success, Inc. To Hold Workshop

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Academic Girls Empowering for Success, Inc. (Ages Empowerment) will be conducting a workshop for high school juniors and seniors on January 16, 2020 at 630 p.m. at 622 E 37th St (Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall), When College is NOT for ME!!! Over 20 companies and agencies have committed to be in attendance to share information on internships and … Continue reading “Academic Girls Empowering for Success, Inc. To Hold Workshop”

Angela Washington Announces Candidacy For 5th District County Commissioner

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

Angela Washington formally announces the launch of her campaign for Chatham County Commissioner District 5 because it is time for safer neighborhoods, economic prosperity for all, and leadership that puts people first. Angela Washington is a long time Savannah resident and a successful local business owner. “I believe that we deserve a County Commission that puts people first,” said Washington. … Continue reading “Angela Washington Announces Candidacy For 5th District County Commissioner”

Ashleigh Montford Crowned Miss Black Southern States International Ambassador 2020

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

The Miss Black International Ambassador Scholarship Organization is pleased to announce the crowning of one of our newest International Ambassadors. Ashleigh Montford will compete as Miss Black Southern States International Ambassador in the Summer of 2020 against young women from around the world for this prestigious title. Ashleigh will have the opportunity of a lifetime to not only compete in … Continue reading “Ashleigh Montford Crowned Miss Black Southern States International Ambassador 2020”

MLK Day, Parade to Impact CAT Services

By Savannah Tribune | January 15, 2020

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Chatham Area Transit Authority will operate on a holiday schedule on Monday, Jan. 20. Some of CAT’s fixed routes and the Dot shuttle also will be rerouted that morning during the MLK parade. The holiday schedule will apply to all fixedroute buses and CAT Mobility paratransit services. The Dot shuttle also will … Continue reading “MLK Day, Parade to Impact CAT Services”