Brunswick man arrested for burglary during hurricane

October 16, 2016

The Glynn County Police Department says 21-year-old Jacques Rashaan Bradley was arrested for allegedly burglary during the recent Hurricane Matthew storm. Officials say the first burglary happened at Wake Up Coffee Sunday night. Police report […]

FSCJ Collegewide Open House set for Oct. 18-20

October 14, 2016

Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) is opening up its doors to prospective students, parents and guardians for three nights for the 2016 Collegewide Open House. For the first time, FSCJ is hosting sessions at […]

Hurricane Matthew Update

October 6, 2016

Here is the Updates on Hurricane Matthew:   ·         The city of Jacksonville remains under a Hurricane Warning which means location is within 24 hours of impact. ·         There is also under a flood watch […]

Vernell Bing Jr. shooting by JSO still big issue in Jax

September 28, 2016

By BEN FRAZIER Communications Director SCLC Jax Outrage is still mounting across the nation, over the highly disproportionate arrests of black people and the growing number of police shootings, of unarmed black men. In Jacksonville, the […]

What Blacks have to gain with Hillary Clinton as President

September 28, 2016

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is fond of asking, often belligerently and in front of predominantly white audiences, what African-Americans have to lose by voting for him. He presents a vision of dystopia, where African-Americans […]

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