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Edmonson helps low-income seniors prepare for hurricanes season

Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson and Hattie Willis, executive director of Communities United, carried out their annual hurricane kit giveaway on June 3 throughout the District 3 communities of Liberty City, Little Haiti and Allapattah. Hurricane season started June 1 ...

Members proud of Pastor Leonard Shaw

The leadership group at Miami Revival Tabernacle Assembly Church of God (RTAG) take seriously the responsibilities that have been given them by the members of the church. They work at keeping the respect and commitment those duties entail. RTAG’s leadership ...

Faith Calendar

Bethany SD Church’s educational series for the Brownsville community continues with Part 2 – Parenting on Thursday July 2, 9 and 16 at 6:30 p.m. Call 305-634-2993 or email www.bethanymiami.org.

Dancing their way to $10K

North Miami’s Holy Cross Lutheran School celebrated winning the KidSmartz Safety Dance Video Contest on May 29. Holy Cross won $10,000 for its creative video from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Honeywell Hometown Solutions.

FAMU graduate student named Gubernatorial Leadership Fellow

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) student Nemmi Cole knows the value of persistence and hard work. Currently a doctoral student at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Cole recently concluded a stint as a Florida Gubernatorial Fellow and was selected ...

The Children’s Trust: Provider Profile

“Our mission is to empower, strengthen and stabilize South Florida’s Haitian community to ensure its successful integration.” — Gepsie M. Metellus, executive director Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center was founded on Dec. 6, 2000 by concerned community leaders and service ...

Stop the violence, marchers plead

Two people were injured and one left dead after 10 gunshots were fired in Overtown on May 29. This is another case of violence that happens in the historic city. To combat tragic violence in the community, two organizations put ...

SDA churches march to end abuse

Members of 30 churches in the Southeastern Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist Churches staged a three-mile march aimed at breaking the silence against abuse. Dressed in blue T-Shirts with the church emblem and the theme, “End It Now - Break The ...

Alicia Voltaire sells lemonade for cancer cure

Seven-year-old Alicia Voltaire enjoys dancing, singing, skating, writing short stories and reading and wants to be a veterinarian. In the meantime, this child has joined the fight against childhood cancer. About a month ago, Alicia's teacher, Jeannette D'Amour at North ...

Pastor John F. White: Prepared to lead people by example

John F. White is a visionary who has allowed God to lead in his life, including his education, marriage and life’s work. He is married to Maria Mallory White, who is also a minister of the gospel of Jesus, a ...

Mindingall co-hosts Kappa Career Day

Miami-Dade School Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall co-hosted Kappa Career Day with Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and the Miami Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. on Saturday, May 16.

Chapter awards scholarships to seniors

The Brothers of the Iota Pi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. held their annual Golden Affair cocktail event, a fundraiser for the chapter's education foundation. The event took place

Students learn STEM at Broward Center

For the fourth consecutive year, local students were energized with inventive lessons in math, science and the environment through Broward Center for the Performing Arts’ educational programs sponsored by Florida Power & Light Company (FPL). “Using the arts to spark ...

The issue of school of choice is about our children

I think every person that walks the face of the earth has a Calling and Passion that they are meant to maximize to make our world a better place. For me, my Passion and Calling comes through acting, but it ...

Miami police honor their fallen brother

The Miami Police Department held a commemorative breakfast ceremony May 13 at the North District Sub Station for Sgt. Carl Ronald Patrick, who was shot and later died a year ago. District Chaplain Reverend Greg Thompson, pastor of New Harvest ...