Clayton wins Glenn-Howell Distinguished EducatorMarch 18, 2014
By Brianna Dickson Outlook Writer It hasn’t been long that Brandon … Read More »
It hasn’t been long that Brandon Clayton – a fourth and fifth grade teacher – has been positively impacting the lives of children at Bond Elementary School. He’s been an educator at Bond for less than two years and has been teaching for at least 10 years...Read More
Individuals expressed and tested their creativity and endurance during the Costume 5K Run hosted by Theatre Tallahassee on March 1.
Prizes were given to the three best times for male and female runners. Awards were also given to individuals in each of the best costume categories...
No one had seen President Obama more emotional than last week when announced “My Brother’s Keeper,” a new initiative aimed at helping young Black men. He spoke from the heart, recounting the pain of not having his father in the home and not always putting his best foot forward...Read More
Rev. Al Sharpton and several renowned individuals led a march of hundreds to the state Capitol Monday to protest Florida’s self-defense doctrine notoriously known as the “Stand Your Ground” law. Among the participants were the parents of slain teenagers Trayvon Martin, Kendrick Johnson and Jordan Davis...Read More
When student Nicole Bowden thinks of MSNBC, she remembers her campaign acronym in the race for Miss FAMU that stands for Miss Nicole Bowden Cares. Now she is able to show her love for the university as she carries out her new role as Miss FAMU which began on Feb. 10...Read More
Florida State University’s Board of Trustees scheduled an emergency meeting Feb. 19 to discuss the process of selecting a replacement for President Eric Barron. Barron agreed to become president to Penn State University last week...Read More
Two years ago, 14-year-old Trayvon Martin was returning from a trip from a nearby 7-Eleven store in Sanford, Fla. to purchase a bag of Skittles and a can of Arizona tea when he was confronted by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman...Read More
Tallahassee’s Railroad Square Art Park received a New Orleans style make over Saturday at the Fifth Annual ArtiGras Family Festival, funded by the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)...Read More
By Aldranon English II Outlook Staff Writer Individuals expressed and tested their … Read More »
By Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent No one had seen President Obama … Read More »
By Destiny Tyler Outlook Writer Coming to Tallahassee more than 20 years ago to attend … Read More »
By Staff The News Service of Florida Florida lawmakers will start the 2014 session Tuesday … Read More »
Sepcial to the Outlook from Trice Edney News Wire It’s Round two for Charles Steele, … Read More »
Special to the Outlook from Trice Edney News Wire Arizona State University has permanently revoked … Read More »
By Hazel Trice Edney Trice Edney News Wire The chairman of the National Newspaper Publishers … Read More »
By Angeline Taylor Outlook Staff Writer Coach Bobby Bowden is known as the … Read More »
Historic Institution joins small stream of HBCUs that ended operations in recent years. By Jeremy … Read More »
By Jim Turner The News Service of Florida Senators started moving forward Monday with a … Read More »
By Rev. Al Williams, II Bethel Missionary Baptist Church God has a way of reminding … Read More »
Special to the Outlook from NNPA Psalm 33:22 Bible Fact: God has put a capacity … Read More »
By Brianna Curry Special to the Outlook Jack McLean Community Center hosted its first … Read More »
By Patrice Rush Outlook Writer The Florida A&M and Florida State universities’ chapters of the … Read More »
By James Clingman (TriceEdneyWire.com) – With their fingers on the triggers, the Secretary of Defense … Read More »
By William Spriggs On Aug. 29, across the country, thousands of workers in low-paying … Read More »
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