Throughout Central Florida
BY DEVIN HEFLIN
CENTRAL FLORIDA - The editorial staff at The Orlando Times newspaper is proud to present this story again for our readers, to highlight students and schools that produce pages in our publication and to reintroduce The Orlando Times newspaper’s High School Page Placement Program to this year’s participants. Our staff looks forward to working with each of you.
1st Annual Community Champion Awards
Showcase Health, Education Leaders
SANFORD - One of Sanford's own, Pernell Bush, CEO of No Limit Health and Education, partnered recently with Vitas Healthcare to host a well-attended Community Champion Award Brunch, recognizing individuals for their work in the health and wellness field and exposing attendees to resources available to them.
Embrace Immigrants, Pope Francis Urges Congress
BY ERICA WERNER, AND NICOLE WINFIELD,
WASHINGTON (AP) —
Standing before a rapt Congress, Pope Francis issued a ringing call to action
on behalf of immigrants Thursday, urging lawmakers to embrace “the stranger in
our midst” as he became the first pontiff in history to address a joint meeting
at the U.S. Capitol.
Orlando Welcomes Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
For Its 41st Annual Convention
BY LOUIS C. WARD
ORLANDO - The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was officially welcomed by public and private officials representing the City of Orlando when it held its Public Forum at its 41st Annual Convention and new officers were elected during the three day event held September 17th through 19th at the Rosen Plaza, 9700 International Drive, Orlando.
Newspaper Columnist Darryl Owens Speaks To Democratic Black Caucus
BY LOUIS C. WARD
CLERMONT - "How do you stop 5 Blacks from robbing a bank? You throw them a basketball." This is probably a very funny joke to most whites, and even some African Americans may laugh. But the bottom line is: It's really not funny!
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