Lucille O’Neal graduates; activist Hayling honored

DAYTONA TIMES / 40TH ANNIVERSARY  Eighteen years ago in 2001, the Daytona Times...

Library offering free computer classes

Boost your computer skills with free programs at the Daytona Beach Regional Library, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.  Library staff...

Fired Volusia superintendent named principal of Flagler school

Tom Russell BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF Former Volusia Schools Superintendent Tom Russell, who was fired...

B-CU student chosen for national journalism program

Sara Wilson Bethune-Cookman University student will be among those heading to Miami in August for the annual National...

New B-CU president to speak June 21 at conference

Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite The National Alumni Association of Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) will host its 51st Annual Convention...

HBCU students participating in Chevrolet and NNPA fellowship program

The 2019 DTU Journalism Fellows are Tedarius Abrams (Bethune-Cookman), Tyla Barnes (Hampton University), Elae Hill (North Carolina A&T), Miana...

Pay it forward however you can

Among the worst behavior of the man in the White House that one could ever imagine, there...

School vouchers are a failed experiment

School privatization has been a dismal failure, leaving students stranded in low-performing schools while transferring millions of...

Bethune-Cookman, Beyoncé and saving HBCUs

America is a beautiful country with a mysterious past. From general textbook ideologies and what most would...

Campbell celebrates eighth-graders on May 24

PHOTOS BY DUANE C. FERNANDEZ / HARDNOTTSPHOTOGRAPHY.COMMay 24 was the graduation day for eighth-graders at Campbell Middle School.

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