City to Vote on $600K for Public Housing Project

City to Vote on $600K for Public Housing Project

At their next meeting, the Tallahassee City Commission will vote on a recommendation to provide $600,000 in additional funding for a major public housing project. The City and the Tallahassee Housing Authority (THA) have created a redevelopment plan for the Orange Avenue public housing complex. The 200-unit apartment complex will be replaced with 390 residential […]

DeSantis Defeats Gillum to Keep GOP in Control

DeSantis Defeats Gillum to Keep GOP in Control

By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Dara Kam The News Service of Florida ORLANDO — In another razor-thin election, Florida voters on Tuesday continued a two-decade streak of Republican dominance by electing former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis as governor. With more than 8 million votes counted, the state Division of Elections showed DeSantis leading Democrat Andrew Gillum by […]

FAMU Mourns the Loss of Beloved Educator and Administrator Roosevelt Wilson

FAMU Mourns the Loss of Beloved Educator and Administrator Roosevelt Wilson

By Veronique George, FAMU The Florida A&M University (FAMU) community is mourning the loss of former journalism professor and athletics director Roosevelt Wilson, who passed away on Sunday, October 21. He was 78 years old. Wilson was known among the FAMU community as a “fair and principled” man, profound teacher, mentor, businessman, administrator and writer, […]

Florida State Launches New Civil Rights Institute

Florida State Launches New Civil Rights Institute

By: Amy Farnum-Patronis, FSU NEWS Florida State University will launch its new Civil Rights Institute with an inaugural event on Thursday, Nov. 1, featuring acclaimed civil rights speaker Desmond Meade. The institute is an interdisciplinary endeavor created by the Office of the Provost, FSU Libraries, the Center for the Advancement of Human Rights, the College […]