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Thursday, January 26

AAPACT uses Red Tails movie day to empower Black youth

History makes a good teacher for boys in need of greater self-esteem Teddy Harrell, Jr.,...

Wednesday, January 25

Preventing falls for seniors

Every year, more than 11 million Americans over the age of 65 fall, and injuries...

Lifestyle Happenings: January 25, 2012

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women- Greater Miami Chapter is accepting applications for girls...

New coalition brings community together to fight drugs

A popular African saying has always advised that it takes a village to raise a...

Dance Theatre of Harlem ends eight-year hiatus

Auditions for new touring company in Miami to be held on Jan. 28thYoung dancers from...

Leaving the streets of Miami

South Florida residents share how they left homelessness behind Change is difficult for most people,...

How to create a safe home environment

Seminar teaches parents how to get along with their children On Saturday, Jan. 21st, several...

TD Bank and Concordia two bad guys in Florida

TD Bank is hit with a $67 million verdict for not alerting investors that Rothstein...

How soon is too soon to discuss sex with your kids?

Are parents an untapped resource in the fight against teen pregnancy, STDs? In spite of...

County has first Black supervisor of elections

Penelope Townsley makes history Last year Penelope Townsley, 55, made history by becoming the first...

Pastor of the Week: Rev. Kenton Williams

St. James Baptist Church celebrates 95th anniversary When Rev. Kenton Williams is not busy juggling...

Hip-hop legend speaks to BTW students

Sometimes children need words of encouragement, not only from their parents and relatives, but even...

Ex-felons should be allowed to rejoin the Black family

The people who run Miami Gardens will soon vote on whether to exclude all ex-felons...

Black clergy fall on both sides of the casino issue

The debate on whether to support casino gambling in downtown Miami is not an issue...

Street talk January 25, 2012

Should ex-felons be allowed to work with children? Godfrey Bastian, 62 Unemployed, Liberty City It...

Sant La: Haitian plan of action

Two years after the devastating January 12th earthquake rocked Haiti the nation is still recovering....

18th Avenue Initiative

Local entrepreneur seeks to revitalize Liberty City For 50-year old Cuthbert Harewood, Jr., the idea...

Producer takes aim at HIV/AIDS in Miami

The pandemic of HIV/AIDS has been affecting the world since the late 80s and Miami...

Two 'Williams' vie for Miami Gardens seat

Miami Gardens Councilman David Williams, Jr., 57, a FAMU and Barry University graduate, was appointed...

Jobs and food keys to Haitis recovery

U.S. Senator Bill Nelson and Congresswoman Frederica Wilson recently led a community forum at Miami...

Take youth to see Red Tails for a real teachable moment

Members of Black greek sororities and fraternities, along with faith-based groups, mentoring circles and even...

Conference takes aim at violence

High school students talk their problems out Bullying is an aspect of childhood that many...

B-CU president resigns

Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed to resign after seven years at the helmDr. Trudie Kibbe Reed,...

In the world of politics are labels really important?

While sitting with a group of friends and watching the Republican debate, we all concluded...

Local high school remembers quake victims

This past Thursday, January 12th marked the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti....

Business takes aim at sports industry

Bernard Poitier, Jr., leads company into the next frontier In the eyes of many sports...

Florida Bar chooses first Black president

Attorney Eugene K. Pettis selected by his peers Fort Lauderdale attorney, Eugene K. Pettis, 51,...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, THERA SMITH MAYO 01/28/1944 - 01/04/2010

Mom, we pause to celebrate you this month, the beginning of a wonderful life. The...

EBONY NICOLE MITCHELL, 27

homemaker, died January 18 at home. Viewing 4 p.m.-9 p.m., Friday at Mankers Funeral Home....

FRAZIER SMITH, 72

school counselor, died January 7. Services were held....

MARGARET EDMONDS, 68

homemaker, died January 18 at North Shore Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday in the chapel....

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, JOHNNIE LEE BROWN aka Smokie 01/25/1943-09/07/2011

We miss you and we love you very much. Your family, wife Theresa and your...

MARLENE BURROWS, 74

retired nurse, died January 18 at Select Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Friday at St. James...

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, MAURICE J. KINCHEN 01/29/74 - 05/17/11

You are sadly missed by mom, Helen; stepfather, William; brother, Jamount; son, Jeremiah; a host...

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, Meshalla Washington and Ronald Washington

You are so missed. We love you. Love family and friends....

LOUISE SIMS CLARK, 85

retired, died January 20 in Ocoee, FL. Survivors are son, Rev. G. Christopher Clark (Judith...

ROSIE LEE DOTSON

died January 19 at University of Miami Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Sweet Home...

EDWIN FAULKNER, 66

head mechanic, died January 16. Services were held....

JERRY JACKSON, 57

laborer, died January 14 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Service 2:30 p.m., Saturday at Jordan Grove...

DARRELL LARON COX, 29

security work, died January 15 in California. Service 12 p.m., Saturday in the chapel....

BERTHA MISSICK-THOMAS, 58

crossing guard, died January 17 at Jackson North Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Spirit...

ELODIES WATSON III, 32

auto mechanic, died January 19 at home. Service 12 p.m., Saturday in the chapel....

In Memoriam In loving memory of, CLARA MARTIN 12/25/25 - 01/28/11

Mom, the beauty of your life is with us every day. On the one year...

GERALDINE JENKINS, 69

retired, died January 18 at home. Wake 5 p.m. - until, Friday at 2025 NW...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, DEACON ROBERT HINES, SR. 10/02/20 - 01/27/87

Daddy, Long gone, but never forgotten. You will always be with us. Love, Your Children...

Ronald Harold Washington, 63

died January 14, in Miami. Survivors include: mother, Lola Washington; aunt, Edna Simms; brother, Raymond...

VIRGINIA WILKINSON TRESVANT, 88

wife of the late Albert W. Tresvant (the first African American mayor of Opa-locka, FL),...

LEOLA HORNSBY, 60

housewife, died January 13. Services were held....

DEVAUGHN LEDARIUS WILLIAMS, 32

died in South Carolina. Survivors include: mother, Annette Williams; father, Roger Harris; three children, Delishia,...

HANSEL S. HIGGS, SR., 85

retired school teacher of Miami-Dade County, died January 21 at home. He was an active...

NATHANIEL COOKS, 42

air condition mechanic, died January 10. He is survived by his loving wife, Wendy Cooks;...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, LAWRENCE MOSS 09/26/29 01/26/08

Our love, our life together will be with us always. You are greatly missed, but...

MARIE LAVAILLIER, 51

accountant, died January 15. Services were held....

JUDY WHITT, 65

administrator, died January 20 at North Shore Medical Center Hospice. Service 11 a.m., Saturday in...

Sunday, January 22

Mother turns author to tackle bullying

Bullying is a topic that is sometimes hard for parents to address and it is...

Friday, January 20

Chatter That Matters: January 25, 2012

Dr. Astrid Mack, president emeritus, King of Clubs of Greater Miami, opened their 14th annual...

Thursday, January 19

Remembering the Detroit Riots and Dr. King

For my two children, Jasmine, 21 and Jared, 17, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is...

Wednesday, January 18

Miami honors the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

There were plenty of celebrations throughout Miami that marked the birthday of one of our...

Business women on the rise

Trio advance despite the odds In the business world, traditionally the playground for men, being...

Super sophomore is Homestead girls leader

Garnering respect in the south is sophomore talent, Ronisha Morris, guard and forward for Homestead...

Pastor of the Week: Rev. Robert Shaw

When Pastor Robert Shaw of New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church received the call into...

Talk show queen discusses career, family and love for Florida

She is known across the U.S. and abroad for her signature question, How you doin?...

Coaches with records may get the axe

Miami Gardens council split on ordinance that would disqualify ex-felons Citing the need to raise...

Faith in the face of disaster

More So. Fla Haitians turning to churches for spiritual, material assistance Two years ago, a...

Show captures images of NE 2nd. Ave.

Teo Castellanos returns for 10th anniversary of award-winning play NE 2nd Avenue is a play...

Haitian minister inspired by Kings dream

When Ronald Stimphil, 47, first came to the U.S. from his native country of Haiti...

We cannot afford to let Republicans regain the White House

If you have any reservations about voting in the upcoming 2012 Presidential election you may...

Scott must be using "republican math"

The Republican governor and Republican legislature cut $1.3 billion from education last year and $466...

Chatter That Matters

The Egelloc Civic and Social Club, Inc., founded by Cleomie W.Broomfield, Christina Eve, Julia W....

Dont be fooled by the benevolence of Republicans

Whether national politics and things happening in the other 49 states matter to you or...

Miami students thanks Martin Luther King

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shared his dreams with the world in hopes that he...

Miami: Worst run city in U.S.? Regalado refutes report

In a recent survey that looked at the best and worst-run cities in the U.S.,...

People, Jan. 18 - 24, 2012

The Theodore R. Gibson Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians cordially invite you to...

Lifestyle Calendar Jan. 18 - 24

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women- Greater Miami Chapter is accepting applications for girls...

Walter Myers to show youth benefits of reading

Walter Dean Myers, 74, has taken on a most difficult task persuading Americas youth to...

Do residents still believe in the City of Miami?

New campaign hopes to revamp communitys image On Thursday, Jan. 12th, the City of Miami...

Sanitizing King erases the significance of his sacrifice

As our elected officials took their places at podiums or waved from cars in local...

Race relations expert speaks at FIUs MLK breakfast

Renowned expert on race relations expert, Dr. Alvin F. Poussaint, a professor of clinical psychiatry...

A Memorial fit for a King

Walk north on Independence Avenue; cross 15th Street towards the Smithsonian Castle; traverse the landscaped...

The youth of North Miami Salute Dr. King

Local school children share their talents to honor a great leader. Each year people around...

Street Talk January 18, 2012

Has Dr. King's dream for Blacks been realized?Ernest Hall, 54 Postman, Richmond Heights Kind of,...

Congresswoman Wilson helps Haitians resolve visa issues

Florida has one of the largest population of Haitians in America. Recently Congresswoman Frederica Wilson,...

Is Pam Bondis office going after the little fish?

After a five-month probe into the forced resignation of two lawyers, it has been concluded...

County commissioners have mixed views on charter reform vote

In the January 31st Republican presidential primary election, Miami-Dade voters will get a chance to...

CHELDON LEVAY GLOVER

border protection and patrol agent, died January 13 from critical injuries sustained in a motorcycle...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, ERNEST JACKSON 06/14/1917 - 01/18/2006

Its been six years since God called you home. Your love and memories will always...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, PASTOR FREDDIE LEE FELTON 06/12/36-01/19/92

You are a noble wife and mother, loved by all you knew, everyone you tried...

GEORGE MONCRIEF aka BRONCO, 67

auto race car driver, restorer and guru of auto mechanics, died January 13 at Aventura...

Death Notice Willard Hart, 85

retired educator, died on January 14, 2012, in Miami, FL, surrounded by his loving family...

MAE DELL BATES, 99

retired cook, died January 6 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Mount...

ARCHIE WILLIAM HOOKER, 62

employee of Miami-Dade Water and Sewer and former employee of Barrett-Fryar Funeral Home, died January...

ISAAC DON BUTLER, 58

died January 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Friday at 93rd St. Community...

RAYMOND DARDEN, JR., 30

laborer, died January 5. Services were held....

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, LYNELL HUMPHERY Eyez 01/21/73-04/13/08

We miss you and love you daddy. Your family, Iris Small and your loving kids....

EDITH FONTANEZ, 76

housewife, died January 11. Services were held....

In Memoriam In loving memory of, ALEXANDER CALVIN JOHNSON, SR. 1927-2002

Broken Chain We little knew that Sunday morning that God was going to call your...

APOSTLE GARCIA DWIGHT ANDREWS, 62

minister, died January 13 at home. Service 10 a.m., Saturday at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church....

WILLIE MAE STEPHENS, 76

retired, died January 13 at North Shore Medical Center. Service 3 p.m., Saturday in the...

WILLARD HART, 85

retired school teacher, died January 14 at Josie Assisted Living Facility. Service 11 a.m., Saturday...

Card of Thanks The family of the late, MINNIE CRAWFORD

would like to express our gratitude for the prayers, presence and all deeds of kindness....

In Memoriam In loving memory of, CALVIN DALE CLARK 04/08/1961 - 01/22/2011

We dont ever know how lucky we are to have had you Calvin, my brother...

Death Notice PETER ALTHEA PROCTOR, SR., 73

Dixie Ply, warehouse worker for 44 years, died January 12, 2012 at Jackson North Medical...

EVANGELIST ELOISE BROOKSHIRE, 75

restaurant owner, died January 12 at home. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at Holy Temple Missionary...

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, GLENN HUMES 01/20/1983 - 10/10/2011

We think of you always but especially today. You will never be forgotten although you...

Saturday, January 14

People: January 25, 2012

Happy, happy belated birthday wishes to a wonderful lady Mrs.Dorothy Edwards, who celebrated her 98th...

Thursday, January 12

Black Girls Rock combats negative stereotypes

With the seemingly endless stream of negative news featured in the media, casually snide comments...

NBA duo takes over Liberty City

Recently the NBA came to Liberty City. Udonis Haslem of the Miami Heat and Keyon...

Florida moves up presidential primary

RNC to penalize state for change Florida voters may face a greater challenge having their...

City Year celebrates kick-off

To kick of its new year, City Year Miami called in some real star power....

Wednesday, January 11

Killian boys basketball Phenomenal and underrated

Hes the best player in Dade County youve never heard of, said Nick Ronda, head...

Battle of the Praises

Local company founds Christian X-factor competition Its not unusual for crowds to burst into applause...

Who says Blacks cant play classical music?

From Dillard High to Dubai, Black Violin duo is making the world take notice Kev...

In 2012 your vote will count more than ever

The year 2011 will be remembered as one of change and challenge. After the financial...

Pastor of the Week: Reverend Avery Jones

Local pastor uses minister to minister to masses Music has always been an important part...

Haitis ground zero reveals tale of slow, painful recovery

Two years later, earthquake dominates all aspects of life The actual number of those killed...

Miamis Black schools all moving in the right direction

Sometimes the best way to reach new levels of excellence is to raise the bar...

Faith Calendar

Christs Kingdom Life Center International welcomes the community to their Sunday worship service at 10:30...

Kings memory reminds us that many together are mighty

By this time next week, most of you will have listened to Stevie Wonders salute...

Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.

On Monday, January 16th, the U.S. will pause to mark the annual celebration of Dr....

Street Talk January 11,2012

Has president Obama made a difference for Blacks since becoming president? Angela Simmons, 46 Unemployed,...

Miami-Dade high schools make the grade

Northwestern receives first B Southridge gets its A The performance grades of schools often reflects...

Lifestyle Happenings

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women- Greater Miami Chapter is accepting applications for girls...

Time to send Republicans packing

Lets take a snap shot of the GOP and analyze why the upcoming U.S. presidential...

Business working to help Haitians feed themselves

Wilky Lozandier leads APDA agriculture is his primary concern The small island of Haiti has...

AKAs celebrate legacy of Dr. King

The ladies of Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter and Pi Delta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa...

10 Tevet

Jewish holiday marks siege of Jerusalem On Thursday, Jan. 5th, religious Jews celebrated 10 Tevet,...

People

A very big thank you to all family and friends for remembering my natal day...

Have unions lost their relevancy?

Unions were the back bone of the Democratic Party and for that reason several Republican...

North Shore Medical Center first born baby of 2012

North Shore Medical Center is proud to announce the first baby born at the hospital...

Feast of the Epiphany

Holiday sheds light on overlooked Wise Men For many Christians, the tale of the the...

EMANUEL LATIMORE, SR., 75

transit bus driver, died January 3 at Memorial Pembroke. Viewing and wake, 7-9 p.m., Friday...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, SHIRLEY COCHRAN 01/09/48 - 11/11/07

Love always, Sherrianne, Willie, Shirlenia, Willie, Jr. and family....

EVANS HOLLINGER

businessman, barber, died January 3 at Memorial Hospital South. Mr. Hollinger is a native of...

Death Notice RUFUS HOOVER LOVETT, Sr., 83

died January 5. Viewing 10 a.m. - 9 p.m., Wednesday at Funeraria Latina Emanuel, 14990...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, HERSHELL BROWN 08/05/39 - 01/08/11

Its been a year since you been gone. Ive been trying so hard to hold...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, DARIUS ROGERS 11/11/90 - 01/13/11

This is just a dream and when I awake we will be able to embrace...

EUNICE WOODEN, 88

retired dietary supervisor at Mt. Sinai Hospital, died January 6 at home. Survivors are daughters,...

Card of Thanks The family of the late, HAZEL THOMAS-TUCKER

would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude for your concern prayers, presence, all...

JAKEITH TRAVON HORNE, 4

died January 6 at Jackson Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Antioch M.B. Church of...

JOSEPH CARTER, SR., 79

retired Seaboard Coastline Railroad switchman, died January 7 at Claridge House. Service 10 a.m., Saturday...

PEGGY ELAINE ROBINSON, 53

retired housekeeper, died January 5 at North Shore Medical Center. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at...

WILLIAM BERNARD JACKSON, 82

retired police sergeant, City of Miami Police Department. died January 5 at Jackson North. William...

Card of Thanks The family of the late, CLEOPHUS ORANGE, JR.

Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, MARY LOU SMITH Sister 02/24/1939 - 01/10/2011

You have been gone one year, we think of you always, but especially today. You...

MARSHA CLORIE PARKER, 61

retired, died January 2 at Osceola Regional Medical Center. She is survived by her son,...

Death Notice W. VIRGINIA HIXSON WILLIS, 79

of Atlanta, GA died peacefully Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at Northside Hospital. Lovingly known as...

Happy Birthday In loving memory of, LOUISE HICKS

Love, The Hicks Family...

In Memoriam In loving memory of, WILLIE JOHNSON 05/08/39 - 01/13/08

Dad, you were the wind under our feet when we could not fly. The hand...

ROSA LEE HALL MARTIN, 89

died January 6, at Douglas Gardens Hospital. The viewing 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. Friday...

ANNE MAE MATTHEWS, 95

died January 5 at Jackson North. She leaves to mourn three sons: Alonzo (Katherine) Pace...

FRANKLIN CLARKE, 83

retired fruit laborer, died December 30, 2011 at North Shore Hospital. Survivors include Patricia Clarke,...

DAVID DURHAM, 70

retired, died January 4 at Memorial Regional Hospital. Viewing 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Friday...

MICHAEL RAY BELL, 54

died January 8 at University of Miami Hospital. Survivors include: sister, Francena Iverson; nieces, Sylvia...

ALICE LOUISE COLLINS KNOWLES, 77

died January 4 at Jackson North. She was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother....

CAMELA BROOKS, 48

application specialist II, died January 9 at North Shore Hospital. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at...

BESSIE M. SMITH GRAHAM, 76

retired nurse, died January 3 at University of Miami Hospital. Service 12 p.m., Saturday at...

JONATHAN FOLMAR, 65

truck driver, died January 4 at Palmetto General Hospital. Service 1 p.m., Saturday in the...

Wednesday, January 4

Local ministers novel gives lessons in faith

South Miami mom shares how God helped her family overcome tragedy Like many mothers before...

Youth group remembers Negro League through art expressions

Children from the Urban Renewal Greater Enhancement National Team [URGENT], Inc,'s Youth Empowerment Program, Grandparents...

A role model in Christ

Ministry seeks positive mentors for local youth Fifty-six year old Pastor Delores Keitt-Garner was inspired...

Sorority honors local teachers

Miamis Gamma Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., a business and professional organization,...

Sharing blessings in Liberty City

Despite a slumping economy and anxiety about the New Year, sororities, fraternities, non-profit grassroots organizations,...

Changing the stereotype

Not all Black men are deadbeat fathers Raising a family with two parents in the...

Local arts center celebrates Black culture

[gallery link="file" columns="2"] The Kuumba Artists Collective of South Florida brought joy, culture and a...

The Black entrepreneurial tradition

Millions Clothing Co. offers shirts for all tastes The ingenuity of Blacks in Miami-Dade County...

Can anything good come out of Liberty City?

If you read and listen to the hype associated with Liberty City, Overtown and Little...

The One Night Stand for Singles

Seminar offers advice for lonely Christians Were you single while you rang in the New...

Former prime minister visits South Florida

Andrew Holness, 39 (center) was defeated last Thursday, Dec. 29 by Portia Simpson Miller, in...

Floridas health report reveals troubling disparities

Dr. Simpson says healthcare is not a right but a privilege Medical experts predict an...

Prominent Detroit publisher Samuel Logan Jr. dies at 78

DETROIT Samuel Logan Jr., the publisher of the prominent Black newspaper the Michigan Chronicle who...

Nwestern hosts magnet program Open House

There are many options for children in Miami-Dade County to select from when it comes...

Catholic church sets up U.S. diocese for Anglicans

VATICAN CITY Pope Benedict XVI named a married former Episcopal bishop Sunday to head the...

29-year-old FMU student graduates top of the class

Graduating from high school then going off to college is a reality for many students...

Preachers oppose casino gambling

The Rev. Gary Johnson, president, Clergy for Change (second right), is flanked by community activists...

No bullet plan hits the mark

Officials report zero incidents of celebratory shooting Each year stray bullets from celebratory shots aimed...

Facing economic woes, Jamaicans throw out ruling party

First female prime minister returned to office KINGSTON, Jamaica On Jamaica's rutted streets, the complaints...

Believe the Black hair hype

Hair is the sexiest part of a woman; it supersedes lips, breasts, hips, and legs,...

Change begins one small step at a time

Whenever the New Year approaches, people tend to make grandiose statements about what they plan...

Should rights of felons be restored in Florida once a sentence is completed?

Thomas Bush, 46Sales associate, Miami I figure if they have been in jail and served...

Makeda a love story and spiritual journey back to Africa

Author illustrates the need for Blacks to reclaim their lost past Randall Robinson, 70, has...

A final look at high school football

Norland is the only state champion that we can claim from among our teams in...

A whole new world

Non-profit exposes at-risk youth to new environments Attending a Youth Jam where you can receive...

Crime Scene

Man orders beer, robs bank and returns Authorities say a Tampa Bay area man ordered...

Florida was weird as only it can be in 2011

TALLAHASSEE, Did you hear about the giant Lego man that washed up on Siesta Key...

IONA ALLEN SANDERS, 73

died Dec. 31, 2011 at home. Viewing 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., Friday. Service 11...

AKEEM SIMPSON, 22

entrepreneur, died December 19 at Jackson Memorial Hospital.Service 11 a.m., Saturday in the chapel....

JAMES MALCOLM, 80

sanitation worker, died December 29, 2011 at Water Crest Nursing Home. Service 1p.m., Saturday at...

SHANITA LEE, 21

died December 23 at home.Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Parkway Baptist Church....

MARGIE THOMAS, 73

nurse, died December 31, 2011 at University of Miami Hospital. Service 12 p.m., Saturday at...

The Autobiographical Obituary of Cleophus Orange Jr.

CLEOPHUS ORANGE (Cleo) was born on September 17, 1938 on a small turpentine settlement called...

JAMES OUTLER, JR., 69

of West Park, FL died December 31, 2011. He was born in Miami and attended...

ARTHUR LEE JENKINS, JR. aka CALYPSO, 41

died December 27, 2011. Visitation 4 p.m.- 9 p.m., Friday. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at...

MINNIE CRAWFORD, 81

beautician, died January 1st. Visitation 4 to 7 p.m., Friday at the church. Service 10...

Card of Thanks * The family of the late, RADIE JACKSON, JR.

wishes to thank everyone for each expression of love and support we received during our...

LUCILLE H. SWINDLE, 88

homemaker, died January 2 at home. Service 12 p.m., Saturday at Pembroke Park Church of...

EDDIE H. THOMAS, JR., 77

retired head custodian, died December 30, 2011 at home. Survivors include children: Gwen Williams, Maxine...

BESSIE L. MORROW, 83

homemaker, died December 30, 2011 at UM Hospital. Viewing, 6 p.m-8 p.m., Friday, January 6...

CHARLIE JORDAN, 69

longshoreman, died December 28, 2011. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church....

MARGARET GAIL FORRESTER, 54

teacher, died December 30, 2011 at home. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Tabernacle of the...

CARMEN JEAN POLITE-BROOKINS, 51

died December 27, 2011 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Service 10 a.m., Saturday at Friendship Missionary...

ANDREW HUTCHINGS, 58

social aide, died December 29, 2011 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Service 1 p.m., Saturday in...

PHILBERT JOHNSON, 56

CSX locomotive operator, died December 26, 2011. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at Mt. Calvary Missionary...

MOSES BARR, 82

carpenter, died December 29, 2011 at home. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at Ebenezer United Methodist...

PHILLIP ARTHUR, 24

security officer, died December 24, 2011. Service 11 a.m., Saturday at Homestead Christian Center Ministries....

COLUMBUS LEE, 76

photographer, died December 30, 2011. Memorial Service 5-8 p.m., Friday at New Birth East, 13250...