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CHURCH, SCHOOL HOLDS 6thANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL BASH PARENTS CELEBRATE SON’S 24th BIRTHDAY COMMUNITY PARTNER PRESENTED $1,000 CHECK HART RECOGNIZES BUS OPERATORS FOR MILLION MILES OF SAFE DRIVING
 
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CHURCH, SCHOOL HOLDS 6thANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL BASH

CHURCH, SCHOOL HOLDS 6thANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL BASH                Victory at St. James A. M. E. Church (Progress Village) held its 6thAnnual Back To School Bash in partnership with Progress Village Middle Magnet PTSA. The event was held Saturday, August 4, 2018, at the school.  Assisting with the event were: Roosevelt Lawrence, Lafe Thomas, […]

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PARENTS CELEBRATE SON’S 24th BIRTHDAY

PARENTS CELEBRATE SON’S 24th BIRTHDAY               Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Nina) Lancaster, Jr. recently celebrated their son’s 24thbirthday with a host of family members and friends. It was two and a half years ago when the Lancaster’s son, Marvin, III, and one other person were gunned down in a club on Nebraska Ave. The shooter […]

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COMMUNITY PARTNER PRESENTED $1,000 CHECK

COMMUNITY PARTNER PRESENTED $1,000 CHECK             When the Winn-Dixie Grocery Store held the Grand Re-Opening of the store located at Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and North Nebraska Ave., the business presented checks to several of its Community Partners. Heaven’s Destiny Church received a check in the amount of $1,000. Shown at the store for […]

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HART RECOGNIZES BUS OPERATORS FOR MILLION MILES OF SAFE DRIVING

HART RECOGNIZES BUS OPERATORS FOR MILLION MILES OF SAFE DRIVING             Thirteen HART operators, joined by their families, were recognized on Tuesday, July 31, during the Authority’s Third Annual HART Million Mile Safe Driver Awards Luncheon in honor of those who achieved outstanding safety milestones in safe driving and service. Driving 14 consecutive years without […]

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Major Retires After 30 Years Of Service

Major Retires After 30 Years Of Service

MAJOR ROOSEVELT ‘ROCKY’ RATLIFF, III   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor               Roosevelt Ratliff, III, decided he wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement more than 30 years ago. After completing all requirements, he joined the Tampa Police Department February 13, 1989. On Friday, Major Ratliff will close that chapter in...

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Candidate Calls For Gun Violence Prevention Working Group

Candidate Calls For Gun Violence Prevention Working Group

SEAN SHAW State Rep. and Candidate for Attorney General   Last week, State Representative Sean Shaw held a press conference to address gun violence in Florida. Shaw, a candidate for the Attorney General’s Office, said he plans to establish a statewide gun violence workshop group. Rep. Shaw said, “We have a gun violence epidemic in...

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Two Airmen Complete Basic Military Training

Two Airmen Complete Basic Military Training

NATIONAL GUARD AIRMAN 1STCLASS BOBBY T. JARAMILLO   Two young adults with ties to the Tampa Bay Area have successfully completed basic military training. Both participated in their graduation ceremonies at the Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in San Antonio, Texas. National Guard Airman 1st Class Robby T. Jaramillo and Airman Xavia S. Owens-Majette completed an intensive, eight-week...

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Presentation At Museum Discusses Oldest Christian Marriage

Presentation At Museum Discusses Oldest Christian Marriage

LUISA de ABREGO   BY KENYA WOODARD Sentinel Feature Writer   The oldest Christian marriage documented anywhere in the continental United States took place in the fall of 1865 in St. Augustine – and the wife was a free Black woman named Luisa de Abrego. Ms. de Abrego was a domestic who had traveled earlier that...

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Man Jailed In Stand Your Ground Shooting

Man Jailed In Stand Your Ground Shooting

MARKEIS McGLOCKTON   MICHAEL DREJKA   On Monday, the Pinellas County State Attorney’s Office arrested a man in connection with a fatal shooting last month. Michael Drejka is being held at the Pinellas County jail on $100,000 bond. Drejka was arrested Monday and charged with manslaughter with an enhancement because of the gun. Drejka fatally shot 28-year-old Markeis...

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Man Shot During Exchange Of Gunfire At Nightclub

Man Shot During Exchange Of Gunfire At Nightclub

ROSHANE HARRIS A 26-year-old man was injured during an exchange of gunfire at a local nightclub. The shooting took place at the Clock Tower Rental Hall, N. 40thStreet and E. River Grove Drive. According to police, while inside the club, around 4:30 a.m., Saturday, several patrons became engaged in a verbal argument. The argument moved...

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Artist Chris Brown Enters Not Guilty Plea In Battery Case

Artist Chris Brown Enters Not Guilty Plea In Battery Case

CHRIS BROWN   Last week, Attorney Kevin Napper entered a not-guilty plea on behalf of artist Chris Brown. Brown is accused of hitting a photographer at a Tampa nightclub earlier this year. Brown, 29, did not appear for the arraignment. He was arrested in July after a warrant was issued for his arrest for battery while...

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Police Search For Two In Robbery, Shooting

Police Search For Two In Robbery, Shooting

JONATHAN L. VAUGHN … Wanted for robbery   SECOND ROBBERY SUSPECT   Detectives with the Bartow Police Department are searching for two men in connection with an armed robbery and shooting. The incident took place last Thursday. According to police, the victims are from another country and in the United States as part of a...

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