Three new K-8 schools are planned for the Downtown Orlando area between 2017 and 2018.
Now is the time when people in Florida are talking more and more about politics. While Black people, as always, it seems, are running for their lives many current and aspiring politicians have decided on running for elected office.
Mayor Teresa Jacobs and the National Center for Simulation (NCS) hosted the first-ever Florida Simulation Summit on Sept. 16 at the Orange County Convention Center to highlight the state’s multi-billion dollar simulation industry and help identify opportunities for businesses to commercialize simulation.
Aiming to attract and retain the best teachers for Florida’s schools, state Senator Darren Soto (D-Orlando) on Wednesday filed legislation boosting educators’ starting salary to $50,000.
The road to White House continues for the Republican party candidates are they will face off in a second debate tonight on CNN. Donald Trump is leading the polls and many people will be tuning in just to watch and see who he insults next.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 2 City Commissioner Tony Ortiz will host the 9th Annual City of Orlando’s Hispanic Heritage Month kickoff event on Thursday, September 10 to celebrate the influence of Hispanic culture in Orlando. This free event will celebrate the commencement of Hispanic Heritage month, which runs from September 5 to October […]
Orlando’s former Chief of Police, Val Demings today announced her candidacy for Florida’s 10th Congressional district.
Donald Trump isn’t perfect. No one is. But he is passionate about putting America first, fixing this economy and dealing with the economic injustice which has a disproportionate impact of Black communities across this country.
The Orange County Regional History Center announces “WORJ: Town Hall for the Counterculture,” an August 20 panel discussion featuring radio personalities who made history with Orlando’s FM 107 WORJ.