Friday, March 27, 2020

Words of Wisdom

celebrate Women’s History Month with a little inspiration BY ALEX KLINE/MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE

Governor picks diverse group for constitution panel

BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott named 14 people – nearly all of them loyalists who have served the...

Edward Waters celebrating 150th anniversary this year

JACKSONVILLE – Edward Waters College (EWC) is commemorating its 150th anniversary this year. A kick off event for a yearlong celebration is 11 a.m. Jan....

HUD chief gets stuck in Miami housing development elevator

BY RENE RODRIGUEZ MIAMI HERALD / TNS MIAMI – Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson’s two-day visit to Miami – his third stop on a...

Health providers get guidance on vaping injuries

DREAMSTIME/TNS Vaping is inhaling (and exhaling) water vapor mixed with other substances, like nicotine or CBD oil. NEWS...

Got questions? Here’s who to contact

BY THE FLORIDA COURIER STAFF Florida Power and Light: www.fpl.com/storm or 800-468-8243. Here is a statement issued just prior to the Florida Courier’s press time Wednesday night:...

ADOPTIONS

A home for Sabrina One Church One Child of Florida is reaching out to families and individuals in communities across the state in efforts to...

Miami officer to lead Ferguson police

Major Delrish Moss called ‘right man’ to head Missouri department BY CHRISTINE BYERS ST. LOUS POST-DISPATCH TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE FERGUSON, Mo. – Major Delrish Moss, a former homicide...

Former Disney executive Robert Billingslea dies

BY GABRIELLE RUSSON ORLANDO SENTINEL While rising up Disney’s corporate ranks, Robert Billingslea still found the time to mentor younger Black executives. He was involved behind the...

GOP legislators want to crack down on state’s ‘sanctuary cities’

BY JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – A group of Republican state lawmakers want Florida to crackdown on cities and counties that provide...