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A Mother’s Day Story of Hope

By Savannah Tribune | May 06, 2020

It starts with a wedding, a boy and a girl standing at the altar. They said “I do” and it seemed so simple. Years later when they thought about having children they said “we will” and thought it would be the same. Only it wasn’t. Instead of picking out pink or blue onesies they stared month after month at single … Continue reading “A Mother’s Day Story of Hope”

Joe Biden’s Plan for Empowering Black America

By Savannah Tribune | May 06, 2020

When former Vice President Joe Biden sat for an exclusive live stream interview with National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) President and CEO, Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. in February, the now presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said it was crucial to secure the Black vote if he is to unseat President Donald Trump in November 2020. Now, the two-time former second-in-command … Continue reading “Joe Biden’s Plan for Empowering Black America”

SAAM Offers Mother’s Day Opportunity To Prepare Senegalese Dishes At Home

By Savannah Tribune | May 06, 2020

Mother’s Day is May 10 and, for many people, plans for the day are requiring adjustment and creative thinking due to precautions around COVID-19. Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM) would like to help restore a sense of celebration to this day by offering families a unique opportunity to do something special for mom by providing access to a virtual DIY … Continue reading “SAAM Offers Mother’s Day Opportunity To Prepare Senegalese Dishes At Home”

Savannah Fire Hires New Chief Fire Marshal

By Savannah Tribune | May 06, 2020

The Savannah Fire Department welcomes new Chief Fire Marshal Whitney Williams-Smith. Williams Smith comes from East Point Fire Department, in East Point Georgia, where she served as a fire plan reviewer. She is a certified firefighter who began her fire service career with the Albany Fire Department in 2004. Savannah Fire has been without a permanent Fire Marshal since 2017. … Continue reading “Savannah Fire Hires New Chief Fire Marshal”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire Announces New Board Leadership

By Savannah Tribune | April 29, 2020

Moving forward with the business of the organization since canceling the Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon due to the COVID-19 pandemic, United Way of the Coastal Empire announced the officers and directors who will serve on the 2020-2021 board. Comprised of business and community leaders, board members help further United Way’s mission through their decision-making, governance, and counsel, as well … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Announces New Board Leadership”

Road to the 2020 Primary Election Leads to the Hungry Club Forum Online: Part 3

By Savannah Tribune | April 29, 2020

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration on the issues of today and tomorrow,” will hold Part 3 of its virtual community issues forum entitled, “Road to the 2020 Primary: What Does An Agenda For Community Progress in Chatham County Look Like?” Tune in live on Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 9:30 AM live … Continue reading “Road to the 2020 Primary Election Leads to the Hungry Club Forum Online: Part 3”

SCCPSS Superintendent Named To Board Of Superintendents Association

By Savannah Tribune | April 29, 2020

AASA, The School Superintendents Association, the nation’s premier organization representing public school district leadership, announced the appointment of Savannah-Chatham County Public School System Superintendent M. Ann Levett to its executive committee. “I am honored to serve on AASA’s executive committee and look forward to representing the needs of school system leaders throughout my home state of Georgia as well as … Continue reading “SCCPSS Superintendent Named To Board Of Superintendents Association”

Parker College Of Business Students Receive $15K In Scholarships

By Savannah Tribune | April 29, 2020

Two accounting students in the Parker College of Business at Georgia Southern University received individual scholarships totaling $15,000 to help with their academic careers. Gabrielle Beasley, a junior accounting student from Powder Springs, Georgia, was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), and Roy Willamson, an accounting major from Statesboro, Georgia, received $5,000 from the … Continue reading “Parker College Of Business Students Receive $15K In Scholarships”

Responding To The 2020 Census

By Savannah Tribune | April 29, 2020

How to Respond The 2020 Census will ask a few simple questions about you and everyone who is or will be living with you on April 1, 2020. For the first time, you can choose to complete the census online, by phone, or by mail. Find out more about each of these methods below: 1. Online Response: www.my2020census.gov Your Census … Continue reading “Responding To The 2020 Census”

Obama Proudly Endorses Joe Biden For President

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

ormer President Barack Obama endorses Vice President Joe Biden and stated “Choosing Joe to be my Vice President was one of the best decisions I ever made and he became a close friend, and I believe Joe has all the qualities we need in a President right now. He’s someone who’s own life has taught him how to persevere, how … Continue reading “Obama Proudly Endorses Joe Biden For President”