Category : News

2 days ago

Local artists use their talents to encourage vaccinations

Some local artists are using their talents to help with the COVID vaccination efforts in the Joliet region. As restrictions are lifted, the state’s arts and culture sector is doing its part to get audiences and communities vaccinated is important for...

2 days ago

Memory lives in the blood. Our ancestors live in us.

Bay View Arts and Culture Editor Wanda Sabir read libations honoring our recently transitioned ancestors at the Monumental Reckoning unveiling at the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park. The event was the opening day of artist Dana King’s 350 Ancest...

3 days ago

#SECMD21: Daniels fine with expectations heading into the season

Georgia Bulldogs returning starting quarterback J.T. Daniels is aware of the great potential and the high ceiling of his offense this season. The Bulldogs have added a talented receiver in Arik Gilbert, a 6-foot-5 inch prospect out of Marietta High S...

3 days ago

Gwinnett County to appoint First Black Superintendent

Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) announced Dr. Calvin Watts as the sole finalist for the soon-to-be-vacant position of CEO/Superintendent. When he is officially appointed Watts will be GCPS’ first black superintendent. In 2018, GCPS Board of Edu...

3 days ago

WATCH: DPP Issues Statement On Fatal Police Shootings

Press Release:-  On 2nd February, 2017, I convened a meeting with the press to provide an update to the public on matters generating great public interest and concern. This included the status of investigations involving police shootings, spanning th...

3 days ago

$20,000 Bail For Monchy Man Accused Of Shackling Daughter

A  Monchy, Gros Islet man accused of shackling his daughter has been granted bail in the sum of $20,000 cash or suitable surety, the police say. Law enforcement officials have identified the accused as Hector Deterville and disclosed that the court o...

3 days ago

COVID-19: WHO Boss Gives World A Failing Grade

TOKYO, Japan (AFP)— The head of the World Health Organization told Olympic chiefs “the world is failing” to stop COVID-19 as the pandemic-delayed Tokyo 2020 sports programme got underway on Wednesday. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus...

3 days ago

Portrait exhibit honors Atlanta Child Murder victims

Over forty years ago, a series of murders spread fear through Atlanta. Portraits of the victims, mostly young Black males, are on display in the domestic terminal atrium of the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The exhibit is titled ‘The Atla...

3 days ago

Ford, Argo AI to deploy autonomous vehicles on Lyft network

Ford Motor Co. and a self-driving vehicle company it partly owns will join with the Lyft ride-hailing service to offer autonomous rides on the Lyft network. The service using Ford vehicles and a driving system developed by Pittsburgh-based Argo AI wi...