Thursday, March 4, 2021

County seeks sites for summer food program

Volusia County’s Community Assistance Division is seeking sites to serve children in the 2021 summer food program, which will run from June 7 through...

Libraries taking part in Be My Neighbor Day

The Volusia County Public Library system is celebrating kindness throughout February through its “Be My Neighbor Day” partnership with WUCF TV. The campaign’s goal is...

Bike Week Ruff Ride set for March 11

Bike Week Ruff Ride, an annual fundraiser to support the Halifax Humane Society, will take place on March 11. This event will be slightly modified...

How to shop online like a pro

Smart clicks FROM FAMILY FEATURES Over the past year, online shopping has become the norm for all kinds of purchases, from groceries and household essentials to...

Madame Lillian Evanti: First Black to perform with major European opera company

BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWSWIRE There’s little question that African Americans have been a significant part of Washington, D.C.’s civic life and identity since the...

Dr. Ralph Bunche: A hero of U.S. diplomacy

Diplomat helped form United Nations; first Black awarded Nobel Peace Prize BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWSWIRE Dr. Ralph J. Bunche earned the moniker “a hero of...

Youth Black History Show resumes in Palm Coast on Feb. 21

BY JEROLINE MCCARTHY DAYTONA TIMES The Youth Black History Shows have put on performances calling for the advancement of Black progress. The 18th annual show has...

Going the distance to help local families

NASCAR and racing affiliates partner to give away food and supplies COMPILED BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFFF The NASCAR Foundation, Joey Logano Foundation, One Daytona and Daytona...

Local businesses get boost through grant program

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Two local Black-owned businesses got a much-needed boost this month when a provider of financial services technology, awarded with $10,000 grants. Kale...

A TIME TO OBSERVE AND LEARN

Black history events will include tribute to local lynching victims. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Many of the local Black History Month events are being held virtually...