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Daytona GOP headquarters party takes place Monday The “Grand Opening Party” (GOP) of the new 2012 Daytona GOP campaign headquarters will take place on Monday, May 14 at 11 a.m. The event will take place at Suite 118, 661 Beville Road in South Daytona, in the Contemporary Plaza between US 1 and Nova Road. For […]

Community Calendar for week ending May 16

Community Calendar for week ending May 16

Post office food drive is May 12 The United States Postal Service is sponsoring a community food drive to take place at your mailbox May 12. The drive asks community members to place non-perishable food in a plastic bag at their mailbox to benefit people in need in Volusia and Flagler counties. Chisholm Center to […]

Nurse launches Global Women’s Health Network

Nurse launches Global Women’s Health Network

Yvonne V. Maylor has fulfilled her mission of getting a domestic non-profit corporation off the ground and has launched her Global Women’s Health Network. She assists unemployed and uninsured women through the company lines in health and allied services. Maylor has paved the way by presenting workshops to discipline against HIV and AIDS, high blood pressure, […]

A safe harbor for the homeless

A safe harbor for the homeless

Five-year-old Kamari and his 3-year-old brother, Shamarr, clown around in the dining room of the YWCA Family Center in Columbus, Ohio. They and their mother, Stekeshia Harris, slept on cots in the shelter’s library for their first three nights there because there were so many homeless families needing shelter, a 330 percent increase from two years […]

The time is right for reparations

The time is right for reparations

The issue of reparations for African people in general and in particular for more than 45 million Black Americans is an issue that began as a divisive topic. But it now receives support from a board cross-section of Blacks in America. There are some who want to table a national discussion of reparations in the […]

Moving from words to action

Moving from words to action

I often quote famous Black people, as I am sure most of us do.  We refer to their writings and their speeches, citing their words of wisdom and deriving inspiration from their knowledge. I often think about how we recite the words of famous Black people after they have passed away.  It’s sad to think […]

Political posturing on student loan rates

Political posturing on student loan rates

With federal college loan interest rates set to double on July 1, President Obama and some members of Congress are clashing over how best to address the issue. Amid the political jockeying, approximately 7 million college students from middle- and low-income families are still wondering what will happen if no legislative compromise is found. Even […]

B-CU ROUNDUP

B-CU ROUNDUP

Wildcats in midst of spring sports action ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Bethune-Cookman had the MEAC South Division title slip away after getting swept by archrival Florida A&M University in Tallahassee last week. B-CU also missed out on being the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament. FAMU beat B-CU 6-3 in the series opener in […]

VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS REVIEW

VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS REVIEW

Track and baseball highlight area games BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Deltona’s Quenton Washington led all area medalists by placing third in the long jump in the Class 3A state championships. Seabreeze’s Charles Nelson, who won the event last year finished 14th.  Nelson did medal by finishing fourth in the100m dash. New Smyrna’s James Clark […]

Artwork now adorns empty storefront on MMB

Artwork now adorns empty storefront on MMB

Through city initiative, photography by local artists on display on several buildings this summer BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES A former furniture store on Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard now has artwork in its windows because of a citywide public art initiative spearheaded by Daytona Beach City Commissioners Edith Shelley and Kelly White. The art was […]