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Tony Thomas Is Best For Savannah And The Sixth District

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

On November 5th, the citizens of Savannah elected several new members to serve on the City Council. In the races for Mayor and 6th District Alderman, none of the candidates received a majority of the votes cast, and runoff elections have been scheduled for December 3rd. The Savannah Tribune has endorsed Van Johnson for Mayor. With this edition, we are … Continue reading “Tony Thomas Is Best For Savannah And The Sixth District”

Correction:

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

In last week’s edition of The Savannah Tribune, the results of the Mayoral election were incorrect. The results listed Johnson’s total votes at 40% and DeLoach’s vote at 46%. That was incorrect. The correct results are Johnson with 46% and De- Loach with 40% which has led to a runoff to be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. Early voting … Continue reading “Correction:”

American Traditions Vocal Competition Launches New Tradition With Inaugural Junior ATC

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

After 27 years of celebrating music, the American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) is widening its outreach to the youth of Savannah with its all new fall program, the inaugural Junior ATC. This major new educational outreach initiative, with events scheduled during October and November, is open to high school students, ages 13- 18, in Savannah, Georgia and surrounding communities. The … Continue reading “American Traditions Vocal Competition Launches New Tradition With Inaugural Junior ATC”

EOA Hosts Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch

By Savannah Tribune | November 20, 2019

Economic Opportunity Authority held their Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch last Thursday, November 14, 2019 in the John Finney Multipurpose Room of the EOA. The 2019 theme is “The Power of Advocacy.” The emcee for the occasion was Commissioner James “Jay” Jones. Rev. Jai S. Haithco., Sr. Ed.D, St. Philip AME Church presented the invocation. Executive Director Tom McBeth … Continue reading “EOA Hosts Annual Meeting and Community Partnership Brunch”

2019 Savannah Municipal Election Results; December 3rd Is Runoff Election Date

By Savannah Tribune | November 13, 2019

Savannah residents cast their votes last Tuesday, November 5th in the city’s municipal election. Several of the candidates have been officially elected, while the Mayor and Alderman for District 6 require a runoff. With a total of over 24,000 votes, incumbent Savannah Mayor Eddie W. DeLoach received 40% of the population votes. Meanwhile, Van R. Johnson, his challenger, received 46% … Continue reading “2019 Savannah Municipal Election Results; December 3rd Is Runoff Election Date”

FANTASIA

By Savannah Tribune | November 13, 2019

Announces Headlining North American Tour with Robin Thicke, Tank, and The Bonfyre to the Martin Luther King Jr. Arena on Saturday, November 30, 2019 Having one of the most revered voices in music, co-signed by music icons Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan, Fantasia makes quite the return as she announces a stellar 29-city, North American tour she headlines with … Continue reading “FANTASIA”

A Discussion of Power and Community Success

By Savannah Tribune | November 13, 2019

Robert E. James, President of Carver State Bank and a well-known community leader, visited Savannah State University on November 4th for a discussion of power and community success. James was the guest of Dr. Stephanie Alexander and the students in her Social Stratification class. The students invited other members of the campus community. In addition to being President of Carver … Continue reading “A Discussion of Power and Community Success”

Who Will Serve As Mayor & Council In 2020?

By Savannah Tribune | November 06, 2019

As of press time for The Savannah Tribune, the RESULTS of the City of Savannah’s November 5, 2019 Municipal Elections, were incomplete. We will have the complete results on our website as they are made available to us. We will also publish the complete results in the next edition of The Savannah Tribune. Visit savannahtribune.com, susbscribe to our newsletter, “Like” … Continue reading “Who Will Serve As Mayor & Council In 2020?”

Savannah’s Harvest Is Plentiful: “What Does An Agenda For Progress Look Like”

By Savannah Tribune | November 06, 2019

On the heels of the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.’s (HCFS) highly successful, 3-part series in advance of the City of Savannah’s municipal election, it is proud to present its monthly Signature Roundtable and Open Forum for information and the exchange of ideas. The breakfast forum will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 in the Multipurpose Room of … Continue reading “Savannah’s Harvest Is Plentiful: “What Does An Agenda For Progress Look Like””

Greenbriar Celebrates 70 Years With Anniversary Gala

By Savannah Tribune | November 06, 2019

Greenbriar Children’s Center is celebrating 70 years of lending helping hands and bringing hope to the hearts of countless Savannah families and children. To commemorate this impressive milestone, Greenbriar held its 70th Anniversary Gala last Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront. This black-tie gala featured live music and entertainment by New Arts Ensembles and Violinist, Jalin Graham, … Continue reading “Greenbriar Celebrates 70 Years With Anniversary Gala”