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‘Motown Madness’ benefits Bunnell community center

‘Motown Madness’ benefits Bunnell community center

Live from the George Washington Carver Community Center in Bunnell, the Traces of Gold Band joined forces March 25 with guitarist Eric Dangerfield for part of the “Evening of Motown Madness.” Talented 15-year-old Dangerfield represented the youth entertainment from Matanzas High School. The guitarist and the band came together to bring Ben E. King’s “Stand by […]

Flagler Palm Coast track wants to peak at right time

Flagler Palm Coast track wants to peak at right time

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Flagler Palm Coast High School always fields one of the best local track programs. The boys team won the Five Star Conference (big local track meet featuring Volusia and Flagler counties) last week and the girls finished a close second behind Spruce Creek of Port Orange. “Both teams are doing […]

NNPA honors women publishers during Black Press Week

NNPA honors women publishers during Black Press Week

BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWS WIRE In 1827, with the publication of the “Freedom’s Journal,” John Russwurm and the Rev. Samuel Cornish established the Black Press and boldly declared their mission: To be the voice the African-American community, standing up for victims of injustice, and championing the unsung. Dedicated, resilient and strong Black women, […]

City touts boost in minority hiring

City touts boost in minority hiring

The NAACP is unimpressed because the latest diversity report doesn’t  include a racial breakdown. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES The City of Daytona Beach has been under fire for diversity and equal opportunity practices in its workforce, which has resulted in discrimination lawsuits. While one fired employee fights to recover lost wages, benefits, attorney fees, […]

‘It’s always safety first’

‘It’s always safety first’

Black bikers respond to report on accidents BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES “Big C’’ and “Unique’’ are all about bike safety. During this year’s Bike Week, the 10-day event was marred by unfortunate incidents on roadways involving bikes. Two bikers, who would only use their nicknames, cited the need for motorcyclists to use safety measures. […]

Stetson professor wins national diversity award

Stetson professor wins national diversity award

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Dr. Patrick Coggins, chair of the Faculty Senate and member of the President’s Cabinet at Stetson University, has received the 2017 Giving Back Award from Insight into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education. The honor is the only national award that recognizes college […]

Hukill to miss remainder of state legislative session

Hukill to miss remainder of state legislative session

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Senate Education Chairwoman Dorothy Hukill will not return before the end of the regular legislative session as she undergoes another round of radiation treatment. Hukill, who has been a member of the Florida Senate since 2012, after serving eight years in the House, is recovering from surgery for cervical cancer […]

Samaritan Ministries fundraiser scheduled for March 25

Samaritan Ministries fundraiser scheduled for March 25

Trades of Hope will host a fundraiser luncheon for Samaritan Ministries on March 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. t Shepherd of the Coast Lutheran Church, 101 Pine Lakes Pkwy S., Palm Coast. “We are extremely grateful to Trades of Hope for hosting this fundraiser for us,” said Lorraine Vickery, founder and executive director […]

First Amendment seminar set for Sunday

First Amendment seminar set for Sunday

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES A seminar titled “Speak Freely, Write Boldly’’ will be held on Sunday, March 26, at 1 p.m. in the auditorium of the City Island Library in Daytona Beach. There will be speakers and panelists, question-and-answer sessions, and an open mic to support First Amendment rights. The event is free and […]