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B-CU unveils new programs, degree offerings FROM STAFF REPORTS Bethune-Cookman University President Dr. Edison O. Jackson unveiled the goals of the institution during his State of the University address on Monday. His speech focused on new programs, new degree offerings and a renewed focus on students. In a push to connect all services to students […]

A summer of earning, learning

A summer of earning, learning

Youth take away more than cash from city’s employment program BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Keishon Smith will be in his dorm room at Florida A&M University preparing for class in another week. This summer, however, the 18-year-old was schooled on money management, budgeting, banking, work readiness skills and how to be a team […]

City departments compete for bragging rights

City departments compete for bragging rights

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Ducking and dodging was the name of the game as the Daytona Beach Police Department was pitted against the Leisure Service department and Human Resources faced off against the water department. You read right. The City of Daytona Beach held a dodge ball tourney at the Yvonne Scarlett-Golden Center […]

BRIEFS

BRIEFS

Church to hold B-CU Day The New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church family will host its second annual Bethune-Cookman University Day on Aug. 17 at 10:45 a.m. Pastor Melvin C. Dawson, a B-CU alumnus, will be the speaker. Special guests include the B-CU MEAC champion football team along with Coach Brian Jenkins and staff. Students, […]

More Community News

More Community News

Church amps up fellowship with festival Palm Coast United Methodist Church held its inaugural AMP It Up! outdoor music festival on Aug. 2 at the church’s North Campus in Palm Coast. AMP stands for Achieving Maximum Potential. The event brought together the music of Palm Coast’s NeVaeh band along with Elvis tribute artist Randy Walker […]

Community News

Community News

Votran, Elections Office partner to give free ride to the poll Votran and the Volusia County Elections Office are partnering to offer free rides to the polls for registered voters. Transportation to early voting sites, primary election polls Aug. 26, and the general election polls Nov. 4 will be provided free to Votran riders with […]

Overdraft fees drain consumer dollars

Overdraft fees drain consumer dollars

Consumers who maintain low and no cushions in their checking accounts may have thought that the overdraft “banking service” was a big help against bouncing checks. But as the use of debit cards have replaced most cash purchases, this “service” has become a drain of available cash for consumers and a major source of revenue […]

50 years after the Civil Rights Act of 1964

50 years after the Civil Rights Act of 1964

“The purpose of the law is simple…those who are equal before God shall now also be equal in the polling booths, in the classrooms, in the factories, and in hotels, restaurants, movie theaters, and other places that provide service to the public.” – President Lyndon B. Johnson, July 2, 1964 July 2 marked the 50th […]

Migrant children: Innocent victims of the US war on drugs

Migrant children: Innocent victims of the US war on drugs

Bishop Minerva Carcaño, the Los Angeles Area Resident Bishop of the United Methodist Church, is acting with urgency. Along with more than 100 other religious leaders and activists, she was arrested for civil disobedience at the White House for protesting the deportation of the unaccompanied children crossing our border after fleeing from the brutal violence […]

Protecting our communities from hazardous air pollution

Protecting our communities from hazardous air pollution

Hilton Kelley NNPA Guest Columnist Millions of African-Americans and Latinos in the United States live near the 143 oil refineries operating in 32 states across the United States. Every day, as refinery smoke stacks spew toxin-filled clouds into the air, communities living near refineries breathe it in. They have no other choice but to breathe […]

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