MPD announced an arrest has been made in a 1993 Homicide that occurred on Saturday, October 23, 1993, in the area of 4th Street and Trenton Street, Southeast.
The U.S. Postal Service closed its Montpelier Station post office with signs for "White" and "Colored" entrances. Some residents are upset. The post Virginia Officials, Residents Mad USPS Closed Post Office With Historical Signs For ‘Colored’ Customers appeared first on NewsOne.
We had both the honor & pleasure to be a special guest at the 2022 HBCU Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. Here's what went down.
The 2022-2023 season marks the 25th anniversary of the Washington Wizards team rebranding. To celebrate Washington will acknowledge the motivation for the team’s name change in 1997 and will continue to raise awareness and funds for organizations working to combat gun violence in the Nation’s Capital. During the 2022-23 season, 25% of all in-venue Washington […]
Washington Wizards continue to raise awareness and funds for organizations working to combat gun violence in the Nation’s Capital.
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Matt Schlapp claims that the “smell of drugs” was everywhere while Laura Ingraham and him went “undercover” at the Black Lives Matter protest in D.C. following George Floyd’s murder.
HBCU alum Judge Tarik Sugarmon defeated incumbent Dan Michael becoming the first Black person to lead Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis. The post HBCU Alum Becomes First Black Juvenile Court Judge In Memphis appeared first on NewsOne.
The Department of Health and Human Services briefed on Thursday (Aug. 4) that Monkeypox is now a national public health emergency.
“I think people were a little skeptical. Could I truly do it, since I was the first one to try it?," she said. “But I knew I wanted to teach."