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Finalist Named For The Savannah State University Presidency

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Board of Regents Chairman Sachin Shailendra and University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley have announced Interim President Kimberly Ballard-Washington as the sole finalist for president of Savannah State University. Ballard-Washington has served as Savannah State’s interim president since President Cheryl Dozier retired in June 2019. Prior to her appointment as interim president, she practiced law for 20 years … Continue reading “Finalist Named For The Savannah State University Presidency”

Union Mission Announces $1.5M Campaign To Expand Emergency Housing Programs

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Union Mission announces a $1.5 million Capital Campaign, A Haven for Her, to expand service delivery to 32-women as part of a new Grace House for Women (GHFW). Union Mission plans to renovate the building at 125 Fahm Street that has been vacated by J.C. Lewis Health Care. This will be the only Emergency Housing Program for unaccompanied, homeless women … Continue reading “Union Mission Announces $1.5M Campaign To Expand Emergency Housing Programs”

Matthew Reardon Center For Autism Serves Southeast Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

Matthew Reardon Center is a unique organization located on Middleground Rd. in Savannah, Ga. The Matthew Reardon Center for Autism offers preschool for all young children, including children with autism and an accredited, ABA-based year-round day school for autistic children, teens and young adults. The academies are innovative, evidence-based educational environments where every child is valued and loved. Additionally, our … Continue reading “Matthew Reardon Center For Autism Serves Southeast Georgia”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | May 12, 2021

The Savannah Tribune strongly supports U.S. Senators Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, as well as Stacey Abrams and others who are sharing authentic details and information about the challenges and restrictions imposed by the new voting law (SB 202) that was hastily passed by the Georgia State Legislature under the guise of making elections more secure. The new law … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

During the month of May, the American Counseling Association (ACA) joins the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Established in 1949, Mental Health Month sought to put a spotlight on the importance of mental health and wellness ( https:// bit. ly/ 3tfXl74). Each year we continue to fight against the stigma associated with mental health, provide support for … Continue reading “May Is Mental Health Awareness Month”

SSU Announces Spring 2021 Commencement Speakers

By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

Savannah State University has named its Class of 2021 spring commencement speakers: Sen. Raphael Warnock and Chatham County Board of Commissioners Chairman Chester A. Ellis. Three ceremonies will be held at Tiger Arena for designated colleges, on the following dates and times: College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences: Friday, May 7 | 9 a.m. College of Business Administration and … Continue reading “SSU Announces Spring 2021 Commencement Speakers”

Carter Receives President’s Life Time Achievement Award

By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

Savannah Branch NAACP Secretary Linda M. Carter received the NAACP State President’s Life Time Achievement Award on February 12 , 2021. In recognition of her tireless work and dedication throughout decades of service in the Georgia NAACP, Carter was recognized at the 2021 First Quarter Business Meeting. Under recommendations of past Savannah Branch President Al Scott, she ran for and … Continue reading “Carter Receives President’s Life Time Achievement Award”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | May 05, 2021

The Savannah Tribune strongly supports U.S. Senators Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, as well as Stacey Abrams and others who are sharing authentic details and information about the challenges and restrictions imposed by the new voting law (SB 202) that was hastily passed by the Georgia State Legislature under the guise of making elections more secure. The new law … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Converting Opportunity To Wealth In Our Community Pt. 2 At The Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | April 28, 2021

On Saturday May 1, 2021, at 9:30 AM, you, your neighbors and associates are cordially invited to participate in a virtual forum entitled, “Converting Opportunity to Wealth in Our Community: Update Part 2.” Hosted by the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) and co-sponsored by Campbell & Sons Funeral Home, Hon. David F. Campbell, Sr., Owner, the forum is … Continue reading “Converting Opportunity To Wealth In Our Community Pt. 2 At The Hungry Club Forum”

CAT Hires Former City Manager Stephanie Cutter As Chief Financial Officer

By Savannah Tribune | April 28, 2021

Chatham Area Transit officials are pleased to announce the hiring of former Savannah City Manager Stephanie Cutter as CAT’s Chief Financial Officer. As an established and active member of the Savannah community, Cutter brings a wide range of experience and knowledge to CAT, said interim CAT CEO Valerie Ragland. “We are fortunate and excited about Mrs. Cutter’s arrival,” Ragland said. … Continue reading “CAT Hires Former City Manager Stephanie Cutter As Chief Financial Officer”