Weekly Community Newspapers

     You would be very surprised how many community newspapers we do print. We print Black, Spanish, French, Creole, Russian, Jewish, schools, colleges, Turks and even a Chinese paper that is up-side down and starts at the back to the front. Our trucks and pressroom run continuously to get these publications on time to the readers in addition to our daily newspaper. […]



As we approach the second half of 2019, we are realizing many of us are heavily engulfed in “busy” season. We are busy in our professional lives making moves and securing the bag, but we are spread thin in our own lives. I raise the age-old question: what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his trousers? Like a squirrel storing nuts for the winter, we too must be aware of our needs during an energy drought and prepare for that time during the harvest. Life is greater when you save your energy, save your money and save yourself. […]

Local News

Annual Youth Program Graduation Celebrates Youth Talent with Feature Keynote Speaker,  Dr. Shirley Plantin

Following the opening ceremony which honored the ancestors and gave voice to the purpose of the event—to celebrate young, gifted and talented youth in the community, welcome remarks and words of inspiration were given by Florida State Representative James Bush III, District 109. Also present, featured keynote speaker, Dr. Shirley Plantin, of U-Turn Youth Consulting and the author of The Backstory of a New Reality. […]


Prostate screening is a must

     According to the American Cancer Society, Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind lung cancer. African American men are twice as likely to develop prostate cancer and twice as likely to die from it. […]

National News

Homelessness in Los Angeles: A racial issue

     “A lot of people come here from other states, and they’re sleeping in their car, and they have to figure out how to make ends meet to survive,” said “E-3,” a veteran and former homeless individual. “Rents are just too high. Unless you’re getting some type of government assistance, you are basically left to struggle, you are basically on your own.” […]

National News

Walker’s Legacy, Comcast and Thurgood Marshall College Fund Team Up to Celebrate Women of Color in Technology

     “Championing women of color in technology is one of the most important causes for Walker’s Legacy today,” says Natalie Madeira Cofield, founder and CEO of Walker’s Legacy.  “Through this partnership, we look forward to highlighting women of color leading in areas of STEM while also discussing important solutions for challenges they face as entrepreneurs and business leaders.” […]