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Tiger Woods Captured His Fifth Masters Title And His 15th Major Tournament

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

Last Sunday, thousands of people watched the Master’s Tournament to see Tiger Woods complete a comeback from personal and professional adversity. He captured his fifth Masters title and his 15th major tournament after a decade of scandal, body pain, surgeries, and rehabilitation. But through hard work and determination, the Master’s victory instantly returned him to the top of the sports … Continue reading “Tiger Woods Captured His Fifth Masters Title And His 15th Major Tournament”

City Manager Rob Hernandez Announces Resignation

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

Savannah City Manager Rob Hernandez has tendered his resignation effective June 30, 2019. Since his arrival in October, 2016, the City has gone through a major restructuring and launched the strategic initiative, Savannah Forward. During this time Savannah has produced a budget surplus approaching $13 million after a one full-budget year. The City has also had its bond rating upgraded … Continue reading “City Manager Rob Hernandez Announces Resignation”

Savannah Cultural Arts Center Grand Opening Held

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

The City of Savannah held opening ceremonies for the Savannah Cultural Arts Center last Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and the theater dedication in honor of Ben Tucker took place Friday, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Grand Opening celebration was also held on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The … Continue reading “Savannah Cultural Arts Center Grand Opening Held”

Earth Day Festival In Daffin Park

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

Saturday, April 20, 2019 12 PM – 5 PM EarthDaySavannah.org

Growing Lack of Affordable Housing Leaves Low-Income Families with Few Options

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

A recent study by the Urban Institute reports that in communities across the nation home prices and rents are exceeding the reach of an increasing number of households. “For every 100 extremely low-income households, there are only 29 adequate, affordable, and available rental units. That means two parents who both work minimum-wage jobs might wait years to find a safe, … Continue reading “Growing Lack of Affordable Housing Leaves Low-Income Families with Few Options”

Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia To Host 11th Race for the Cure

By Savannah Tribune | April 17, 2019

Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia is hosting its 11th Race for the Cure on Saturday, April 27 in Ellis Square in downtown Savannah. The Race is the organization’s largest fundraiser of the year. Participants are invited to register and fundraise for the cause at www.komencoastalgeorgia.org. Activities include a Survivor Procession, a Survivors’ Hope Tent, a Kids’ Race, as well as … Continue reading “Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia To Host 11th Race for the Cure”

Student Learns Black History Lessons On Civil Rights Tour

By Savannah Tribune | April 10, 2019

Ranier Whipple II returned from spring break with stories to tell about the black history lessons he learned on a civil rights tour though Alabama. Near the end of the three-day journey, the nine-year-old turned his learnings into a prayer – “that we be nice to each other and love people.” Rainer travelled with his grandmother, Evonne S. Whipple, and … Continue reading “Student Learns Black History Lessons On Civil Rights Tour”

Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Announces Annual Mardi Gras 2019 Contestants

By Savannah Tribune | April 10, 2019

The Savannah Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated will hold its annual Mardi Gras celebration on Friday, April 26, 2019 in the Savannah Civic Center Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. arena. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $30 per ticket / $300 for a table of 10. This is an annual fundraising event held by the chapter … Continue reading “Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Announces Annual Mardi Gras 2019 Contestants”

Mrs. Maud Lee Hall

By Savannah Tribune | April 10, 2019

Mrs. Maud Lee Hall, wife of Dr. Clyde Hall, retired Regents Professor of Engineering Technology, Savannah State University, was a retired Home Economics Teacher of the Savannah Chatham County Public School System who received local, statewide and national citations for her dedication and commitment as a community volunteer and mentor and role model to youth, young career professionals and family … Continue reading “Mrs. Maud Lee Hall”

‘Good Times Jazz Bar’ Hosts Performances From Grammy Nominated Artist Carmen Bradford

By Savannah Tribune | April 10, 2019

Savannah’s newest jazz venue, Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, continues the celebration of National Jazz Month and Duke Ellington’s birth with special entertainment throughout the month of April. The Headlining Vocalist is Carmen Bradford, a Count Basie Orchestra featured vocalist & 2019 Grammy Nominee accompanied by Kevin Bales (pianist), Quentin Baxter (drummer) & Billy Thornton (bassist). On Friday, April … Continue reading “‘Good Times Jazz Bar’ Hosts Performances From Grammy Nominated Artist Carmen Bradford”