Thursday, June 4, 2020

White privilege and Black America

For many years, many Black people have been denied opportunities for no reason other than the color...

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...

Free breastfeeding classes available

Free breastfeeding classes available The Volusia County Health Department is hosting no-cost breastfeeding and basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes for new and expectant mothers. Classes...

Reflecting on MLK, what’s to come

Daytona residents at King events had plenty to say about political controversies. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Hundreds gathered Monday at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church to honor...

Water Ways

Click here for facts, tips and trivia about water safety, rules and laws

B-CU president search goes on

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

FUTURES Foundation honors first-year teachers

Pictured front row, left to right, are Secondary First Year Teacher of the Year nominees from Atlantic High School, Diana Skerrett;...

SIMPLE STEPS FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUCCESS

PHOTO COURTESY OF GETTY IMAGES FAMILY FEATURES  Finding new clothes and gathering pens, pencils, notebooks...

LANDMARKS & LEGACY

Buildings and parks in Daytona Beach are named after some of the city’s most influential residents. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES As the country reflects this month...

Daytona State plans poetry slam, Diaspora lecture

Daytona State College will commemorate Black History Month with a variety of activities that include a poetry slam, guest lecture and musical entertainment. The celebration,...