Whiting breaks down African, Egyptian history during lecture at library

COURTESY OF LINDA EPPS AND LAWRENCE GREEN Another program by producers Linda Epps and Lawrence Green featured Monnik McLeod, Dr. Primrose...

Remembering William Bowen Jr., White House butler

Inspired by director/co-producer Lee Daniel’s film, “The Butler,” starring Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines who served 34...

Family and friends celebrate life of James W. Allen

Spurred on by a trip to New York, James W. Allen became aware of the opportunities the...

Area churches preparing for busy Holy Week

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Easter is April 16 and there are plenty of activities and services for residents leading up to the Christian holiday. Holy...

Dancers from Mexico showcase talent, culture at local event

PHOTOS BY JEROLINE D. MCCARTHY Members of the Instituto Campechano’s Ballet Folklorico developed a diverse, cultural amalgamation of Spanish, Indian, French,...

Churches nationwide struggling to find organists

BY JONATHAN M. PITTS BALTIMORE SUN/TNS BALTIMORE – When the longtime organist at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Havre de Grace, Md., announced her retirement last...

Greater Friendship pastor has plans to help youth, seniors, vets

BY JAMES HARPER SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Dr. Michael A. Chambers says his roots are planted and he’s ready to take Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist...

Greater New Zion honors Troutman for decades of service

Darnell L. Troutman, a native and lifelong resident of Daytona Beach, was honored on July 23 at Greater New Zion Primitive Baptist Church for...

Palm Coast church planning anniversary

The First A.M.E. Church (First Church) in Palm Coast will celebrate its 25th anniversary during a Sept. 17 service at 4 p.m. The church...

Allen Chapel A.M.E. member honored in Ohio

Tyrone Presley, a member of Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church in Daytona Beach, recently was recognized at the 35th Biennial Session of the Connectional Lay...

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