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Male Chorus Of Beulah Baptist To Celebrate 33rd Anniversary

Male Chorus Of Beulah Baptist To Celebrate 33rd Anniversary

The Male Chorus of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, the Musician, Rev. Isaac Ruffin, and Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, Pastor. The Male Chorus of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 W. Cypress St., West Tampa, is preparing to celebrate its 33rd Anniversary. The celebration will be held on Sunday, October 22, 2017, at 4 p. m….

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NAACP Leaders Talk Tampa And Race Relations

NAACP Leaders Talk Tampa And Race Relations

  Those attending the Cafe’ Con Tampa were, Amy Martz; Hills. NAACP Vice President, Albert Fields, NAACP President, Yvette Lewis, former City Councilwoman, Linda Saul-Sena. BY KENYA WOODARD Sentinel Feature Writer Think race relations in Tampa have come a long way? It’s true – but there’s still more work to be done. That’s the message…

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Reward Offered In Murder Of Man At Bus Stop 

Reward Offered In Murder Of Man At Bus Stop 

  BENJAMIN EDWARD MITCHELL 8/31/1995 — 10/9/2017 (Photo taken from Facebook) The Tampa Police Department is asking for assistance from the public to solve a murder. The murder took place on October 9th in East Tampa. According to police, 22-year-old Benjamin Edward Mitchell was waiting for a HART bus last Monday at the intersection of…

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Man Pleads Guilty In $400,000 Tax Fraud Case

Man Pleads Guilty In $400,000 Tax Fraud Case

  ANTWAN MILLER A 38-year-old man is facing time in federal prison in connection with a tax fraud case. He pleaded guilty to theft of government funds and aggravated identity theft. According to facts presented at a plea hearing last Friday, Antwan Miller, of Tampa, participated in a scheme to file false federal income tax…

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Designing And Selling One Of A Kind Pieces Is The Signature Of Elizabeth Carson Racker

Designing And Selling One Of A Kind Pieces Is The Signature Of Elizabeth Carson Racker

Elizabeth Carson Racker (center) on the runway surrounded by models wearing her creations at Tampa Bay Fashion Week’s Designer & Brand Runway Show.  A gown created by Elizabeth Carson Racker featuring her signature drape.  By Kenya Woodard Sentinel Feature Writer You can’t find Elizabeth Carson Racker’s label at high-end department stores like Neiman Marcus or…

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Teenager Chosen As ‘Senior Genius’

Teenager Chosen As ‘Senior Genius’

  ANIZYA VARGAS … Selected as “Senior Genius” at school BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In August 2017, a Plant City student earned the distinction of being chosen as a “Senior Genius.” The title was bestowed upon her by officials at Winter Haven High School. Anizya Vargas realizes the need to excel in…

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Local Insurance Adjuster Wants To Help Others

Local Insurance Adjuster Wants To Help Others

  MS. RHONDA SMITH Licensed Insurance Adjuster BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although Tampa did not take a direct hit from Hurricane Irma, the storm left its mark. And, in its wake, many homeowners are finding damages that require repairs. Ms. Rhonda Smith, a licensed insurance adjuster for the State of Florida, wants…

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Businesswoman Offers Sophisticated Hair Care To Community

Businesswoman Offers Sophisticated Hair Care To Community

  MS. SHERRON ALGARIN Owner of Changing Faces Hair Boutique BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor There are numerous hair salons in Tampa, each catering to the needs of its own clientele. However, there is always room for new and innovative ideas for those who crave change. Ms. Sherron Algarin is a native of…

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