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Installation Ceremony To Be Held For Pastors-Elect Prophet Carson Thompson Jr. & Dr. Annijulette Thompson-Blalock

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

The founder and Lead Pastor, Bishop, Associate Pastors, Officers, and Members of Redeem Fellowship International cordially invite you to the installation service for our new pastors, “The Dynamic Brother-Sister Team”, Pastor’s Elect Prophet Carson Thompson Jr. and Dr. Annijulette Thompson-Blalock. The pastoral installation ceremony will be held on Sunday October 24th at 5 PM. The location is Redeem Fellowship International … Continue reading “Installation Ceremony To Be Held For Pastors-Elect Prophet Carson Thompson Jr. & Dr. Annijulette Thompson-Blalock”

Mayor Johnson Announces New Public Event Protocols

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Today, Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, announced new COVID-19 guidelines for events beginning Nov. 1. Large outdoor events within the city limits will be allowed without capacity limits. Public events inside city facilities will be permitted at 60% capacity. Masks are still required in city-owned buildings. The 2021 Savannah Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon will continue as planned on Nov. 6 … Continue reading “Mayor Johnson Announces New Public Event Protocols”

ASK A MINDSET COACH

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Question: I’ve been working faithfully in my customer service job without any major issues for the last 5 years. A leadership position I’m interested in has come open and I’m qualified to apply for it. Four of my co-workers also plan to apply. Although the competition is high my selection chances are great, I can’t help but wonder if I’m … Continue reading “ASK A MINDSET COACH”

Multi-Award Winning Veteran TV Anchor & Investigative Reporter Joins WJCL 22

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Beginning October 18th Greg Coy joins the WJCL 22 News team as the 6:00 PM and 11:00 PM co-anchor and investigative reporter, the station announced today. Coy joins co-anchor Shannon Royster, meteorologist Jeremy Nelson and sports director Frank Sulkowski. “Greg is one of the most accomplished investigative journalists in the Southeastern United States,” said WJCL 22 President and General Manager … Continue reading “Multi-Award Winning Veteran TV Anchor & Investigative Reporter Joins WJCL 22”

New App Lets Parents Track Their Child’s School Bus

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Savannah Chatham County Public Schools has launched a new app that will allow families to monitor daily school bus transportation information, including where a specific bus is on its route. The school district is partnering with Synovia Solutions to integrate a suite of digital tools on the District’s buses designed to improve safety and enhance service. The “Here Comes the … Continue reading “New App Lets Parents Track Their Child’s School Bus”

Chatham Co. Health Department to Offer Drive-Through Flu Vaccination Clinics

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

The Chatham County Health Department is planning two drivethrough flu vaccination clinics. The first will be held on Tuesday, October 26, on the Georgia Tech Savannah campus located at 210 Technology Circle in West Chatham County. The second will be held on Tuesday, November 16, at the Savannah Civic Center at 301 West Oglethorpe Ave. Both drivethrough clinics will take … Continue reading “Chatham Co. Health Department to Offer Drive-Through Flu Vaccination Clinics”

SPD Announces Trick Or Treating Recommendation, Safety Tips

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

With Halloween right around the corner, Savannah Police, in conjunction with the City of Savannah, announce recommended trick or treating times, upcoming SPD events, and advise on safety tips. Savannah Police recommend that trick or treating occurs on Saturday, October 30, from 5-8 p.m. On Friday, October 29, Northwest Precinct will host a trunk or treat event including fun games … Continue reading “SPD Announces Trick Or Treating Recommendation, Safety Tips”

2022 Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival Celebrates 15 Years, Announces Dates and Tickets Now on Sale

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

Tickets for the 15th annual Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival are now on sale. The coastal region’s weeklong Lowcountry experience offers a mix of top chefs, sommeliers, mixologists, local seafood, artisans, musicians and more who come together for an outstanding offering of exciting events. The festival returns to its original February schedule in 2022, February 21 – 27, celebrating its … Continue reading “2022 Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival Celebrates 15 Years, Announces Dates and Tickets Now on Sale”

Chatham County Health Department Operational Update

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

The Chatham County Health Department at 1395 Eisenhower Drive will resume normal operations beginning Monday, October 18th, providing all public health services. The health department previously scaled back at that location, offering only essential services to accommodate the demand for COVID-19 booster shots. That demand has stabilized, and health department staff can now provide COVID-19 vaccinations along with all other … Continue reading “Chatham County Health Department Operational Update”

Bullying Impacts Our Mental Health

By Savannah Tribune | October 20, 2021

October, National Bullying Prevention Month, aims to prevent bullying by promoting kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. At Coastal Harbor Health System, a local inpatient behavioral health provider, we fully support these efforts to mitigate the negative, longterm impacts bullying can have on our mental health. Bullying occurs when an individual, or group of individuals, tries to harm, intimidate, or coerce someone … Continue reading “Bullying Impacts Our Mental Health”