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SCCPSS To Celebrate 2020 Graduates With Curbside Distribution of Caps & Gowns

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

As we look to the final weeks of the SCCPSS school year, one of the district’s priorities is to celebrate our high school seniors as they achieve their academic goals and graduate. The COVID -19 pandemic has created a shift in the way we operate, resulting in a very different look from the traditional classroom, as well as “end of … Continue reading “SCCPSS To Celebrate 2020 Graduates With Curbside Distribution of Caps & Gowns”

SafeCity Expands Throughout Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | April 22, 2020

scDataCom has expanded their newest initiative, “SafeCity”. SafeCity is a community focused program dedicated to fostering the safety, revitalization and continued growth of local business corridors by implementing security and technology tools designed to protect our community in a time of crisis. High-quality cameras are placed in strategic locations throughout local business corridors in order to provide as many businesses … Continue reading “SafeCity Expands Throughout Savannah”

Gulfstream Supports Second Harvest Emergency Response Efforts

By Savannah Tribune | April 15, 2020

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has partnered with America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia to support our emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gulfstream’s generous $10,000 donation will help provide Grab and Go meals for children out of school and emergency food boxes to families and seniors at risk for hunger. In these stressful and challenging times, more and more of our … Continue reading “Gulfstream Supports Second Harvest Emergency Response Efforts”

Bernie Sanders Suspends His Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | April 15, 2020

On Wednesday, April 8, 2020, Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he would end his presidential campaign. This was a difficult decision for Bernie Sanders on many levels because he was apt for this fight for so long. Sanders has been running for more than 5 years. Sanders and his campaign team felt he wasn’t in a good position going into … Continue reading “Bernie Sanders Suspends His Campaign”

Raffensperger Announces Postponement Of Primary Election Until June 9

By Savannah Tribune | April 15, 2020

On Thursday, April 9, 2020, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced that, pursuant to the authority vested in him by O.C.G.A. ? 21-2-50.1, he is postponing the Statewide General Primary/Presidential Preference Primary Election until June 9, 2020. Yesterday, Governor Brian Kemp extended the current public health state of emergency until May 13, 2020. Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan and Speaker of … Continue reading “Raffensperger Announces Postponement Of Primary Election Until June 9”

Road To The 2020 Primary Election Leads To The Hungry Club Forum Online: Part 2

By Savannah Tribune | April 15, 2020

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration on the issues of today and tomorrow,” will hold Part 2 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 April 18, 2020, at 9:30 AM, live, … Continue reading “Road To The 2020 Primary Election Leads To The Hungry Club Forum Online: Part 2”

No Tuition Increase For Savannah State

By Savannah Tribune | April 15, 2020

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) met Tuesday to approve the recommendation of no tuition increase for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. There will be no increase in tuition for any USG school, which includes Savannah State University. Students will pay the same tuition rates for the 2020- 2021 academic year as they do now … Continue reading “No Tuition Increase For Savannah State”

United Way Receives $10,000 From JE Dunn To Help Residents Impacted By COVID-19

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

United Way of the Coastal Empire has received generous support for families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. This morning, Ryan Price, Savannah Division Manager of JE Dunn Construction, delivered a $10,000 contribution to the COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund with the hope that others will join the efforts. This donation will be used to help residents of Bryan, Chatham, Effingham and … Continue reading “United Way Receives $10,000 From JE Dunn To Help Residents Impacted By COVID-19”

Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Curtis V. Cooper, Jr.

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Healthy Savannah joins Savannah’s Westside communities to remember and celebrate Mr. Curtis V. Cooper, Jr., 55, who transitioned on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Hospital. A graduate of Windsor Forest High School and Savannah State, Cooper was a longtime president of the Cloverdale Neighborhood Association. Cooper was a formidable community leader and political strategist who stood up for … Continue reading “Savannah Community Celebrates the Life of Curtis V. Cooper, Jr.”

Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win

By Savannah Tribune | April 08, 2020

Savannah Classical Academy’s (SCA) first literary team recently competed in the Georgia High School Association’s Area 3A Public Literary Competition, before the pandemic affected in-person learning and competing. The SCA team placed in five different events, coming in fourth place overall. SCA is proud to congratulate Kayla Summer, Makayla Rudolph, Palmer Desborough and RJ Allen for their achievements in the … Continue reading “Savannah Classical Academy Announces Literary Team’s Recent Win”