Who Was Annie Malone?

April 30, 2018 Staff 0
By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader Near the front entrance of Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip is the grave of Annie Turnbo Malone. In life, she was the daughter of former slaves and a high school […]

Howard McGee Obituary

April 27, 2018 admin 0
HOWARD McGEE, 12/24/1950 – 04/13/2018 – A legacy historic Eastside resident and Community Activist, who was born December 24, 1950 in Jacksonville, Florida to Hodges McGee of Miccosukee, Florida and Ellen (Sistrunck) McGee of Tuskegee, […]

Pan Hellenic Awards Scholarships to Area Students

April 27, 2018 admin 0
  The First Coast National Pan-Hellenic Council recently awarded $2,500 in scholarships to 15 area students through their Jacksonville Achievers Program. This initiative is a recognition program honoring local students in Jacksonville, Florida who demonstrate academic […]

Zetas Honor Under 40 Game Changers

April 27, 2018 admin 0
By Lynn Jones Jacksonville’s Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated, recently held their 13th Annual Scholarship Banquet Luncheon at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel near the airport in front of a […]

Englewood Churning Out Diplomas and Degrees

April 27, 2018 admin 0
The inaugural graduating class of Englewood High School’s Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. Academy were recognized last week as graduates who have not just earned their high school diploma, but an Associate of Science college […]
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