Saturday, August 15, 2020

Analysts warn against long-term auto loan trend

BY RICK POPELY CHICAGO TRIBUNE (TNS) After a year of record new-vehicle sales, automakers, dealers, and the banks and finance companies that issue car loans are...

The case for reparations

ACLU, NAACP enlighten residents on economic justice and the wealth gap. PHOTO BY DUANE C....

‘I’m sort of all out of apologies’

Hill talks about career, Kaepernick during First Amendment talk PHOTO BY HARLAN MCCARTHY Jemele Hill was the...

Going early, going strong

Throngs of church folks and college students made their way to the polls this week BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Congregations and college students showed up...

War with Iran is ill-advised, thoughtless

  Last week, the U.S House of Representatives passed a resolution to force President Trump to come to Congress for authorization before taking further military...

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...

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...

SMA Healthcare Foundation to host Mental Health Symposium

The SMA Healthcare Foundation announces its fourth annual Who is Jay? Mental Health Symposium to be held...

Commercial space study focus of meeting

Volusia County staff will share the findings of a consultant-led Commercial Space Industry Supply Chain study from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday,...

Road construction to begin on section of MLK

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES There are fears that traffic could soon come to a standstill when construction begins...