Liberty Square finally gets free Wi-Fi services

History was made last Wednesday when 200 Liberty Square residents were able to log into Wi-Fi via their mobile devices and computers. It was another incremental fix to Liberty Square, which is slated for a complete overhaul. To see the ...

Watch for signs of mental distress in your children

Discussions about mental wellness should be shared with our children. Suicide rates among Black children have doubled in the last two decades. U.S. suicide rates have been higher historically amongst whites of all ages, but the rates of suicides amongst ...

Moses Hillman: “A devoted family man”

A celebration to honor Moses Hillman’s 100th birthday will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Miami Shores Country Club, 10000 Biscayne Blvd. Moses Hillman was born Sept.15, 1915 in Springvale, Georgia. He was the fourth of 13 children ...

Biden’s college talk raises sore subject

HBCU supporters say plan leaves key schools out

Miami leaders say more police are coming soon

Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes says new sensitivity training will address changing demographics in the city

Steve Shiver appointed Opa-locka city manager

In a 3-2 vote of the Opa-locka City Commission on Sept. 2, Shiver was named city manager at a time when the city is reeling from a budget shortfall estimated at $500,000.

Old Smokey the topic of luncheon

County Commission on Ethics want attorneys and municipal leaders to think about fairness and justice

Disparity update, employee complaints pepper meeting

Staff pledges to address issues at the Cultural Arts Center and update commissioners on the study

Baltimore to pay Gray’s family $6.4 million to settle civil claims

The payment is larger than all police brutality suits against the city since 2011

Liberty City health center renamed for Wilson, Mann

Congresswoman Wilson’s name added to health clinic in Liberty City

Grandfather: Arby’s cashier is innocent

Family subjected to racial slurs after social media storm

Black man to head PAMM

Sirmans appointed director of Pérez Art Museum Miami

How we plan to deal with the MDX

In the play “A Man for All Seasons,” Sir Thomas Moore observes that the British ruling class of his era “would have snored through the Sermon on the Mount.” Sometimes it seems like the same thing happens here when we ...

Tonight: US Open 2015 Serena Williams v Venus Williams historic match

Tune in to watch the epic sibling rivalry live around 8 p.m. ET on ESPN

University of Miami v Bethune Cookman Weekend Events

Here's what is going on this weekend!