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Volusia’s ‘Guiding Lights’ through segregation

Volusia’s ‘Guiding Lights’ through segregation

B-CU Women’s Advisory Board honors pioneer Black teachers BY JOY S. JONES SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES The Bethune-Cookman University Women’s Advisory Board paid tribute to 74 living Black educators last week at a fundraiser for its endowed scholarship fund. The event with the theme, “Honoring Our Unsung Heroes: The Black Teachers of Volusia County […]

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY FALL COMMENCEMENT 2014

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY FALL COMMENCEMENT 2014

B-CU honors Troutmans as ‘Total B-CU Family’ FROM STAFF REPORTS At Bethune-Cookman University’s Dec. 13 fall commencement, 213 students received degrees. Among those was Ted Troutman of Daytona Beach, who graduated with a degree in criminal justice. Ted followed in the footsteps of more than 40 relatives who have graduated from the university. Last Saturday, […]

Protests at mall elicit positive police response

Protests at mall elicit positive police response

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Amid the massive outcry in recent weeks over the non-indictments in the cop killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, protests, vigils and die-ins have materialized across Central Florida, making a showing at the Volusia Mall on International Speedway Boulevard in Daytona Beach last week. Brandon Krampert Over a […]

Wildcats lose Jenkins to Alabama

Wildcats lose Jenkins to Alabama

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Brian Jenkins was introduced as the new head coach of Alabama State University (ASU) on Wednesday afternoon during a press conference at the school’s new stadium. The 43-year-old said it was part of God’s plan for him. “When God speaks, you don’t question it,” Jenkins said at the press […]

Will Midtown parade march on?

Will Midtown parade march on?

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard was thinly lined with onlookers as floats, bands and non-profits marched along the street for Saturday morning’s Light-Up Midtown Parade. The Midtown community surrounds the Bethune-Cookman University area where a majority of Blacks live. The annual December event saw its third year along with a […]

Local residents add their voices to national protests

Local residents add their voices to national protests

The Florida Friends for Obama are pulling for an America that works for all and not a nation where police officers can use excessive fear and force to shoot and kill unarmed Black men. “A Call for Peaceful Protest: Black Lives Matter Rally” demonstrated for the tides to turn on excessive force, causing death and […]

Fire prevention tips from Palm Coast Fire Department

Fire prevention tips from Palm Coast Fire Department

The Palm Coast Fire Department is offering fire prevention tips to keep wreaths green at all of the city’s fire stations. Project Green Wreath is a fire prevention program that runs through December. Large wreaths have been hung at all five stations, with green light bulbs in each. Firefighters will replace one green light with […]

Let’s have a real conversation about race

Let’s have a real conversation about race

John A. Powell NNPA GUEST COLUMNIST Thousands recently took to the streets in protest and outrage following a Ferguson grand jury’s decision not to indict a White police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed Black teenager, we are faced with the reality that a New York grand jury – tasked with determining whether to hold […]

Don’t let tempting predatory loans spoil holidays

Don’t let tempting predatory loans spoil holidays

From Christmas carols to decorations that celebrate the season, the holidays mark the time of year when families and loved ones anticipate joyous celebrations and gift-giving. It’s a season when excesses can easily go beyond over-eating to over-spending, bringing debts that can last well into the New Year. The holidays are also a time when […]

Demanding our role in the tourism Industry

Demanding our role in the tourism Industry

Tourism is a very important part to any nation’s economy. A nation that does not have a tourism structure is one that is destined to extreme poverty. Cities within the United States realize this and every one of them has a Convention and Tourism Bureau. Likewise they have a Chamber of Commerce that works hand […]

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