The Children’s Trust: Provider Profile

“Each day, I am thankful that at least 28 young adults and children have a roof over their heads and place to call home. I am so grateful to everyone in the community and at Casa Valentina for reaching out ...

Selma anniversary unites Miami

In memory of “Bloody Sunday” on March 7 in Selma, Ala., a huge contingent of people gathered at the Torch of Friendship right outside the stores of Bayside and the towers and condos on the Miami waterfront to march through ...

See the released sting video of Stephen Johnson

The Broward Sheriff's Office has released the sting video of fired Miami Gardens Police Chief Stephen Johnson caught soliciting a prostitute

Free health services at TALCOLCY, forum for Veterans offered

The free clinic is one of several items inside The Miami Times' News Briefs section.

Shooting thrusts Miami Gardens in national debate

Reverend Dr. Richard Ledgister stood over Lavall Hall’s blue casket Saturday and spoke candidly about an experience he had with the Miami Gardens Police Department. Two months ago, Ledgister said he stood outside of his church, Sierra Norwood Calvary Baptist ...

North Miami Mayor Dr. Smith Joseph unopposed in election

With the North Miami elections just two months away, a fresh crop of candidates are seeking to replace outgoing councilwoman Marie Erlande Steril for the District 4 seat, while the city’s new Mayor Dr. Smith Joseph seeks re-election without opposition. ...

Marleine Bastien honored for advocacy, civil rights

Marleine Bastien told a gallery full of people who came to honor her why, after 35 years and two divorces from the same man, she hasn’t returned to her native home, Haiti. “I came here as a graduate student and ...

Tunnel boring machine named after D.A. Dorsey

The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) unveiled its new tunnel boring machine Friday and christened it "Dorsey" after Miami pioneer resident D. A. Dorsey, an influential entrepreneur who was Miami’s first Black millionaire.

Professor remembers Jeff Rogers, his legacy of justice

Rev. Jefferson P. Rogers, who died last year at age 97, distinguished himself early in his career as an African-American pastor with the courage to “speak truth to power.” He helped transform the Presbyterian Denomination by defying its leadership’s opposition ...

$20 million lawsuit filed after shooting death of Lavall Hall

A big lawsuit has been filed for the shooting death of Lavall Hall, two days after family and friends bid him farewell at a funeral in Miami Gardens.

Miami Gardens police chief fired, apologizes for soliciting a prostitute

More troubles for Miami Gardens Police Department. Police Chief Stephen Johnson apologized hours after being fired for soliciting a prostitute at a motel in Dania Beach.

A cry for answers for Lavall Hall

Civil rights groups, residents call for outside investigation of shooting by Miami Garden police as family prepares to bury Lavall Hall

FIU hosts President Obama's town hall on immigration

Eric Narvaez, an Army veteran and wounded warrior, said he fought for his country – only to come home to a different kind of war in the United States. “I love this country,’’ he told President Barack Obama on Wednesday. ...

Hateful messages strike fear in Miami Gardens residents

Civil rights activists are denouncing the defacing of homes with hate speech in Miami Gardens last week. While investigators have not tied the messages of “KKK” and “Move Out KKK” spray-painted on homes and mailboxes in the city to the ...

Enrollment down at ‘Black’ public schools in Dade

Ja Marv Dunn, head principal at Miami Carol City High School, knows the reality that public schools are facing today. Student enrollment is down, and competition is fierce. "Students have so many more options and varied interests these days," Dunn ...