By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer A group made up of attorneys, politicians and civic leaders has started a push to find a way to re-move restrictive covenants in deeds. After tossing around the question of taking legal or legislative action, the task force formed by Rev. R. B.
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer After all four fighters on the city’s boxing team came away from their annual tournament without a win last summer, trainer Tyres Williams adapted a strategy that he hopes will benefit his team. During the last three months, Williams has had the
By Frederick H. Lowe Trice Edney News Wire The Innocence Project reported in the most recent issue of its magazine that a record nine clients were exonerated and released from prison in 2018 for crimes they didn’t commit. Maddy deLone, Innocence Project’s executive director, wrote in the Spring 2019 issue
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Lee Johnson is trying to change the culture in a Southside neighborhood where children historically have spent their summers with not much to do. First, he established Loved By Jesus Family Church, where he is pastor, in the Orange
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer With a sense of relief on his face, Leon County Sheriff Walt McNeil was ecstatic outside of the building that houses Apalachee Center at Bethel. It was McNeil’s turn to speak during ceremonies last Thursday that marked the launching of a partnership
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer During rehab from a knee injury in his sophomore year at Lincoln High School, Javorius “Buck” Allen found himself having a soul-searching conversations. He eventually wanted answers to the questions that he had about life after football. Or even life without it