Tuesday, February 18, 2020

PROVIDING SHOWERS AND HOPE

God’s Bathhouse, started by a local couple, is trying to make sure the homeless get their basic needs met. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES It was 51...

First Black woman with billion-dollar business

Employment agency founder and CEO shares her history-making strategy BY RONALD D. WHITE LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS Janice Bryant Howroyd, 65, is founder and chief executive of Act...

Local events

Allen Chapel to celebrate Family and Friends Day The Allen Chapel AME Church will celebrate its annual Family and Friends Day with several events. The...

B-CU degree a long time coming

Hundreds of graduates include a determined mom and her youngest son. COURTESY OF LOWERY FAMILY Jenetta...

ONLY THE BEGINNING

A historical marker and expansion plans were unveiled during  a recent program at the historic Howard Thurman Home. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Area residents came together on...

Limit on beach driving sparks outrage

Daytona commission votes against resolution to keep vehicles off stretch of shore By ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Taking cars off the beach didn’t get very far...

Trove of talent at Midtown Music Studio

Open house at Daytona center brings out talented musicians from all genres FROM STAFF REPORTS A musical open house event was held the afternoon of Dec....

Diversity pioneer Dr. Valarie King dies at 70

WINTER SPRINGS – Former Daytona Beach resident Dr. Valarie Greene King, a pioneer in educational and workplace diversity that has become standard operating procedure...

Florida NAACP calls for B-CU president, board chair to resign

FROM STAFF REPORTS The NAACP Florida State Conference is calling on Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) President Dr. Edison Jackson and Board Chairman Dr. Joe Petrock to...

Putting baking skills to the test

Local chef competes on Food Network’s new desserts competition show BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES On most days, Andra Chisholm can be found creating mouthwatering desserts in...