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Jill Biden Rallies In Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | October 28, 2020

Over 100 cars and trucks rallied Monday night at Savannah State University, the oldest historically black college in Georgia, to cheer and honk their vehicles for Jill Biden on behalf of her husband Joe Biden and his running mate US Senator Kamala Harris. “Are you ready to VOTE? This is the week to get it done. Make the plan today. … Continue reading “Jill Biden Rallies In Savannah”

Robert James, II Elected NBA Chairman

By Savannah Tribune | October 28, 2020

Attorney Robert E. James, II, of Carver State Bank was elected Chairman of the National Bankers Association (NBA), the Washington, DC headquartered trade association that represents our nation’s minority-owned banks. The election took place on October 13, 2020, during the business session of the NBA Convention that was held virtually. James, II succeeds Kenneth Kelly of First Independence Bank of … Continue reading “Robert James, II Elected NBA Chairman”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire’s Annual Campaign Hits 41% Of Goal

By Savannah Tribune | October 28, 2020

With four weeks remaining until the campaign’s conclusion, 2020 Campaign Chair Chief Terry Enoch announced that United Way of the Coastal Empire has raised $3,242,106 or 41 percent toward the annual fundraising goal of $8 million. The results were reported yesterday during the Mid-Campaign Rally outside at Starland Yard, following public health guidelines. Funds raised from this annual campaign are … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire’s Annual Campaign Hits 41% Of Goal”

Southwest Airlines Announces Intent to Serve Savannah/Hilton Head International

By Savannah Tribune | October 28, 2020

The Savannah Airport Commission is pleased to announce that Southwest Airlines has plans to begin service at Savannah/Hilton Head International (SAV) in 2021. “We are thrilled to announce our intent to begin service at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport in 2021,” said Steve Goldberg, Senior Vice President Operations and Hospitality, Southwest Airlines. “At Southwest, we’re known for our Southwest Hospitality, and … Continue reading “Southwest Airlines Announces Intent to Serve Savannah/Hilton Head International”

Center Parc Credit Cuts Ribbon For New Savannah Area Branches

By Savannah Tribune | October 21, 2020

Center Parc Credit Union held ribbon-cutting ceremonies for its first two Savannah area branches on October 13 at the Pooler Walmart, 160 Pooler Parkway; and on October 14 at the Savannah Walmart, 6000 Ogeechee Road. Center Parc is a division of APCU, the oldest credit union in the State of Georgia. “Walmart has built its reputation on providing value to … Continue reading “Center Parc Credit Cuts Ribbon For New Savannah Area Branches”

Voting Centers Mobile Locates Early Voting Places & Wait Times

By Savannah Tribune | October 21, 2020

Voters, you can now check your wait time at the Early Voting Locations. Chatham County has put into use a new online app, the ArcGIS app. Use your smartphone or computer, and check ahead of time to see what the wait time would be at the various Early Voting Locations. Voting Centers Mobile hosts a map of the current voting … Continue reading “Voting Centers Mobile Locates Early Voting Places & Wait Times”

Chatham Parkway Toyota Raises Breast Cancer Awareness

By Savannah Tribune | October 21, 2020

During the month of October, Chatham Parkway Toyota has transformed its showroom and parts department with pink balloons in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Through the end of October, Chatham Parkway Toyota will donate a portion of every sale to the American Cancer Society. By making a donation to the American Cancer Society, Toyota will be helping to educate … Continue reading “Chatham Parkway Toyota Raises Breast Cancer Awareness”

Georgia NAACP Branches In 19 Counties To “Party At The Polls” Oct. 24

By Savannah Tribune | October 21, 2020

In one of the most unique get-out-the-vote efforts this year, 18 Georgia NAACP branches in 19 counties have launched an ambitious plan to get more than 40,000 African-American voters to the polls across the state on the last Saturday of early voting. It’s called Party to the Polls, a day that will include symbolic Civil Rightsera marches, bus caravans and … Continue reading “Georgia NAACP Branches In 19 Counties To “Party At The Polls” Oct. 24”

Take The Free Trolley To Vote!

By Savannah Tribune | October 21, 2020

Take the Free Trolley to Vote or Drop Your Absentee Ballot. The League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia in partnership with The Savannah Tribune has been providing free trolley rides for residents on the Eastside and Westside communities of Savannah to Early Vote or Drop their Absentee Ballots in Secure Drop Boxes. The Trolley has operated since Monday, October … Continue reading “Take The Free Trolley To Vote!”

Vote Now: Your Life Could Depend On It!

By Savannah Tribune | October 14, 2020

On November 8, 2016, the people of the United States voted to take a chance on a President who started his campaign with the racist falsehood that President Barack Obama was not born in America. Throughout his campaign and his presidency, Donald Trump has continued to lie about everything big and small. The Washington Post’s Fact Checker has documented well … Continue reading “Vote Now: Your Life Could Depend On It!”