Category : News

by Staff - 2 hours from now

Boxing Champion Causing Controversy

Until a few days ago it’s doubtful anyone except the most hardcore boxing fan had any idea who Deontay Wilder was, or that he has been the reigning WBC heavyweight champion for the past four years. Wilder has an impressive record, entered Saturday ni...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Underwood Joins the Nashville Symphony

NASHVILLE, TN — Classical musician Titus Underwood was recently awarded the coveted position of Principal Oboe or the Nashville Symphony. After national auditions and serving in the interim position since 2017, Mr. Underwood officially has the positi...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Can Rick Scott’s “Fixer” Fix Broward Voting?

By Perry Busby A bad reputation is one of the most difficult things to overcome. Whether earned or perceived, an unflattering rep is the lens through which others view and judge our actions. Any misstep is intentional, and all errors are the manifest...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Trending after 44-Year-old Shot Five Times by Police Officer

#JusticeForPamelaShantayTurner Turner, 44, was fatally shot by a Bayton, Texas, police officer at an apartment complex. Her family said she has a history of mental illness. (Photo: YouTube) By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent@StacyBrownMe...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Growing the Voice of Our Future

Growing the Voice of Our Future The Westside Gazette Newspaper is looking for Junior Writers and Photographers to be apart of our Youth Photojournalism Program (Ages 10-16). Interested in being apart of our team? E-mail brhsr@thewestsidegazette.com C...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Broward native, scores big in Education!

Janice Robinson Boger graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School and then graduated from Spelman College where she served as Student Government President her Senior year. She is married to Jerome Boger, one of the first African Americans to attain...

by Staff - 41 minutes from now

MISTAKES WILL BE MADE Just Do It Anyway

On The Scene With Crystal Chanel Last week, I attended a series of networking events. One in particular stood out as I knew absolutely no one in the room. A room full of strangers can cause both stress and excitement. Personally, I was overwhelmed, b...

by Staff - 4 hours ago

Social media advocate fulfills educational goals

Cherise Shockley, a resident of Noblesville, had a goal of getting her degree in mass communication before she was 40. As the creator of the online community Diabetes Social Media Advocacy, she became skilled at social media marketing and wanted…

by Staff - 4 hours ago

Local residents and IMPD work to reduce e-commerce crimes

Chris Staab, chair of East District’s Community Resource District Council, remembered a family he met during a police ride along in November 2017. They found a truck for sale online, and the entire family went to an unfamiliar neighborhood to…

by Staff - 7 hours ago

Memorial Day: Profiles in courage 365 days each year

Unlike Veterans Day, when we honor all who have served, Memorial Day is when Americans honor persons who have died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. We are especially proud to honor our Black veterans; whose sacrifices and accomplishments went...