Category : News

8 months ago

Reality Bites (Back)

By Sean C. Bowers When one lives by the reality TV show persona, one’s political career and presidency dies by the reality TV show persona’s actions.  It is a trial by fire. When the un-woke are awakened, when the sleepy hamlets, the groggy townships...

8 months ago

‘Huge’ Fire At Voyager In Castries

Firefighters have responded to what they describe as a ‘huge’ fire at  the building housing Voyager variety store in the William Peter Boulevard,  Castries, the Saint Lucia Fire Service says. A big column of smoke could be seen from acros...

8 months ago

Police Say Crime Spike ‘Worrying’

Assistant Police Commisioner Wayne Charlery has described a recent upsurge in crime as worrying, but says police are doing their utmost to deal with the situation. “We are putting in 100 percent, if not more in our efforts at crime fighting,...

8 months ago

Democrat Debate Fails to Spark Any Sign of Intelligent Life

The following article, Democrat Debate Fails to Spark Any Sign of Intelligent Life, was first published on The Black Sphere. We know Democrats have little to offer in the realm of political idealism. Thus, their debates rarely spark anything remotely...

8 months ago

Ches/VB Links Donate To NSU Theater Company

NORFOLK—The Chesapeake/Virginia Beach Chapter of Links Inc. made two donations to support the Norfolk State University Theatre Company as part of the group’s Holiday Fundraiser on Nov. 17 at the Half Moone Cruise Center in Norfolk. Professor Anthony...

8 months ago

MEAC Commissioner Thomas To Be Inducted Into Football Hall of Fame

NORFOLK Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Commissioner Dr. Dennis E. Thomas has been selected an an inductee into the 2020 class of the Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF).  The ceremony will be Feb. 22, 2020 in Atlanta, Ga. Thomas, who...

8 months ago

Jorja Mederick Qualifies For Regional U16 Masters Final

Press Release:- Jorja Mederick who is the current number one Nationally ranked girls U14 & u16 player has qualified to compete in the Masters Final of the SR4 U16 Transitional Series in Trinidad & Tobago scheduled for 22nd-24th November, 2019...

8 months ago

New Bordeaux Apartments Honor Thelma Harper. She wants one.

City notables gather in front of Harper Cove Flats for the ribbon-cutting on November 19, 2019. Harper is wearing a blue hat. District 1 Councilman Jonathan Hall is wearing an orange hat. Former Councilman Nick Leonardo is wearing a white hat. State...

8 months ago

Farmers End Training In Production Scheduling

Press Release:– After the training of GAPs, marketing and business strategy, post-harvest and food safety, cultivation management and pesticide management, farmers in St. Lucia have not only learned much information in agriculture but also knew...

8 months ago

BNA’s Kreulen Named Aviation Person of the Year

NASHVILLE, TN — The Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame (TAHF) has recognized Nashville International Airport’s President and CEO, Douglas E. Kreulen, A.A.E., as “TENNESSEE’S 2019 AVIATION PERSON OF THE YEAR.” Mr. Kreulen received the award at the 18th A...

8 months ago

Kelly Miller Smith Towers Celebrate Renovation

NASHVILLE, TN — On Saturday, November 9, 2019, the First Baptist Church, Capitol Hill Homes, Inc. d/b/a Kelly Miller Smith Towers Board of Directors welcomed the community to its Open House for the Renovation Completion of the Towers.   Four years ag...

8 months ago

Rep. Khanna Speaks About Big Data, Fake News, Medicare and DACA

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Rep. Ro Khanna, age 43, is a second-generation Indian American and a 2nd term Congressman from Silicon Valley. He is a member of the  the Armed Service, Budget, Oversight and Reform House committees.  Khanna is first Vi...