Shoalsville Music Publishing Co is very honored to announce the signing of nationally acclaimed recording writer/artist, Kerrie Roberts, to its roster of writers. The post Shoalsville Music Publishing Announces New Signing appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
A day after launching nearly two dozen missiles, the North fired more. One was an intercontinental ballistic missile, but that test apparently failed, an official said.
Native American tribes are competing for the first federal grants designed to help move communities away from high water and other dangers posed by climate change.
The national security spokesman, John Kirby, said that it was unclear if the munitions had reached Russia, but that in any case, they would not “change the course of the war.”
A Times reporter went to Comic Con Africa, which showcased African superheroes and their creators.
U.S. officials say they do not believe that Russia has decided to detonate a tactical device, but concerns are rising.
The AFRO American Newspapers is proud to present a list of endorsements for the 2022 Midterm Election. Take a look at the candidates we believe will move Maryland and the District of Columbia forward if they are voted into office or elected to continue their service. Make sure you have this week’s edition of the
By Lindsey Estes, Local Media Association Lenora Howze, executive director of The AFRO of Baltimore and Washington, D.C., has been named an Innovator of the Year by Local Media Association for creating innovative revenue opportunities by embracing and involving business and community leaders in The AFRO’s deep, rich history and future. Each year, the Local
By Grace Yarrow, Capital News Service An extension of the Metro’s Silver Line could be ready to service Washington Dulles International Airport in time for Thanksgiving travel, Metro officials said on Oct. 19. However, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) executives said there won’t be enough railcars to support the extension opening without removing cars
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