Storm Harvey reminds Florida to stay prepared

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES As area residents watched the tragic stories coming out of Texas and Louisiana this week due to the catastrophic storm Harvey,...

Yes, we are Americans, too

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria have had dreadful impact upon millions. There are those, like No. 45, who believe that there has been an...

Mayhew to be installed as Palm Coast pastor

A three-day celebration is planned for the installation of the Rev. Mark Douglas Mayhew and Lady Sylvia Mayhew at United Evangelical & Missionary Outreach...

Martin Luther King III talks to Black Press about father’s legacy

BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWSWIRE Nearly 50 years ago, the world lost one of its greatest heroes. That hero’s son, Martin Luther King III, continues...

New suits and ties for men down on their luck

BY BARBARA LAKER PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER/TNS CAMDEN, Pa. – Under a steady drizzle on a dreary Saturday afternoon, Albert Reeder and Jake Walker ambled up Haddon Avenue...

B-CU president search goes on

Despite the new Board of Trustees chair’s effort to hold it up, the interviewing process is underway

‘Ready for a fight’

Democratic National Committee vice-chair rallies area Democrats; urges participation on local and national levels. DUANE C. FERNANDEZ...

Local pastor among authors at weekend book festival

Local pastor among authors at weekend book festival BY PENNY DICKERSON DAYTONA TIMES Derek T. Triplett is the founding pastor of Daytona Beach’s Hope Fellowship and the...

Former resident Kenneth Kinsler dies

BY THE DAYTONA TIMES STAFF ORLANDO – Kenneth “Kenny” Kinsler, one of the first Black athletes to desegregate Seabreeze High School’s racially segregated athletic program,...

Taking a personal interest in their city

Daytona residents learn about the inner workings of the municipality during a recent citizens academy. For residents wanting to become more familiar with Daytona Beach’s...

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