NNPA NEWSWIRE — Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley and Morgan State University Police Chief Lance Hatcher told reporters that the incident happened around 9:25 p.m. when university police officers, on their regular patrol, detected gunfire from the campus. The victims, aged between 18 and 22, which include four men and a woman, sustained injuries that are reported to be non-life-threatening.
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Under and by the virtue of an execution issued out of the CIRCUIT Court of MADISON County on a Judgment rendered against GREGORY STARGELL
The public welfare requiring it, and under authority granted by Section 11-52-78 of the 1975 Code of Alabama, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council for the City of Huntsville, Alabama, as follows:
BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Huntsville, Alabama, that Budget Ordinance No. 89-79, adopted on February 23, 1989
The City of Huntsville will receive sealed bids, priced on a firm fixed price basis (stipulated sum), to provide all necessary equipment, materials, labor and supervision
SJ&L General Contractor, LLC (“Contractor”) hereby gives notice of completion of contract with the Huntsville – Madison County Airport
The Birmingham Times U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) on Tuesday joined 208 Democrats along with eight Republicans in the House to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. This is the first time in U.S. history that a sitting speaker has been voted to be removed. Afterwards Sewell said, “This is a sad and unprecedented day for […]
By Sym Posey The Birmingham Times When she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 27, Raquel Smith, a Minor High School and Tuskegee University alum never dreamed she would become an advocate for breast cancer education and awareness. “Being so young … I never had a mammogram. I never did a self-check mammogram. I […]
BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like to be considered for a future “Hello’’ column, or know someone, please send nominations to Barnett Wright firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the couple’s name, contact number(s) and what makes their love […]
Drake State and Huntsville Utilities Join Forces to Fuel Gas and Water Operation Scholarship Program
Daniel Owen, Director of Public Relations HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Drake State is proud to announce its collaboration with Huntsville Utilities to introduce the Gas and Water Operation Certification Scholarship Program. This innovative four-week program aims […]
By AFRO Staff Multiple people have been shot on the campus of Morgan State University, a historically Black college in Northeast Baltimore. The Baltimore Police Department (BPD) confirmed the shooting […]
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Rep. Patrick McHenry, a McCarthy ally, named as interim speaker By CNN The US House of Representatives has voted to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy in a historic vote on Tuesday. The vote on the motion […]
By Kyle Whitmire, state political columnist for AL.com and the 2023 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Years ago, I lived in denial. My hair was thinning in the back and I fretted over what […]
By Barbara Gersna, 1st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs FORT KNOX, Ky. – He is a natural competitive body builder serving as a paralegal with the 1st Theater Sustainment Command with his ‘sights set’ on […]
Hopewell M.B. Church Men’s Day Worship Service Celebrates Mighty Men of Valor Living With God Through Trusting Faith
Story and photo submitted by Mother Patrice Smith Hopewell M.B Church was filled with a spirit of reverence and celebration on September 24th as the congregation gathered to honor and uplift the men in their […]
By Howard Koplowitz The Alabama Democratic Party’s Black caucus said it will propose a redistricting map next week that includes a new Second Congressional District with more Black voters than any of the three plans drawn […]
By Carol Robinson A 57-year-old man gunned down shortly after he left a Forestdale convenience store is being remembered for his work ethic, his humor, and his love for family. It was just over one week ago that […]
AAMU Sets Homecoming Fundraising Record of over $1.4 Million Alabama A&M University has set a new Homecoming fundraising record, receiving over $1.4 million in gifts during weekend festivities. The successful effort more than doubles the fundraising total […]
By U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala. and U.S. Rep. Dale Strong, R-Ala. This is a guest opinion column Yesterday, the House Armed Services Committee held a hearing on the Biden Administration’s flawed and deeply troubling decision […]
By William Thornton The police chief of a north Alabama town, calling it the “toughest moment” in his career, today announced his resignation, along with three officers and a town council member in an apparent dispute […]
Phoenix, Arizona – On October 14, 2023, from 8 am to 12 noon, at 20 S 8th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034. Basketball enthusiasts and cancer advocates will converge at the historic Tanner AME Church for an extraordinary event that combines athleticism, star-studded guest appearances, and a noble cause. Dribble 4 Cancer 2023, organized by the […]
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The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) celebrated the 41st anniversary of the Annual Day of the Drum Festival, and the 46th anniversary of the Annual Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival. DCA and the Friends of the Watts Towers Arts Center hosted the multicultural dance and music performance at the Saturday, September 30, for the Watts Towers Day of the Drum Festival and Sunday, October 1, for the Simon Rodia Watts Towers Jazz Festival.
he possible threat of rain didn’t put a damper on the large, multi-cultural, diverse crowd in attendance for the 2nd Annual Jazz on the Grass, Saturday, September 30, 2023. Jazz on the Grass was presented by the Compton Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Ain’t no party like a Delta party!
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, email@example.com Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley and Baltimore Fire Chief James Wallace were officially confirmed by the Baltimore City Council on Oct. 2. Worley […]
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Legacy playwright Pearl Cleage premiers ‘Something’s Moving: A Meditation on Maynard’ at Ford’s Theatre
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO Contributing Editor, Dbailey@afro.com Ford’s Theatre is bringing in its 2023 fall season with a world premiere from widely acclaimed author, poet and playwright Pearl Cleage. “Something […]
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By Chrisleen Herard, Special to the AFRO Family and friends are mourning the brutal death of Patricia Johnson, who police say was fatally shot inside her home during the early […]
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By Adriana Navarro, Special to the AFRO Maisie Hughes was born in Washington, D.C., as was her mother. But, while her mom and uncles walked a street flanked by corridors […]
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The threat of a federal government shutdown suddenly lifted late Saturday as President Joe Biden signed a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open with little time to spare after Congress rushed to approve the bipartisan deal.
By Re’Jon Jones, Special to the AFRO In the heart of the nation’s capital, where history has often been made and echoes of the civil rights movement still resonate, an […]
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Senate Bill (SB) 14 –legislation that makes trafficking of a minor for purposes of a commercial sex act a serious felony — is now the law in California.