Local News

The Caribbean-based hit television show “Dare To Be Great” recently went on the road to South Florida, where NBC 6 anchor/meteorologist Trina Robinson appeared as a special guest. Robinson is an Emmy Award-winning journalist originally from Washington, DC, who began working at NBC 6 in South Florida in 1999. She has become one of the station’s most visible and versatile reporters.
Commissioner Jordan (far right) with Anne Manning, of Habitat for Humanity, City of Opa-locka Commissioner Timothy Holmes, and Mayor Joseph L. Kelley.The demolition of dilapidated property by Opa-locka’s Washington Avenue became a symbol of a new beginning. On October 6, Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan, joined by officials from the City of Opa-locka and Habitat for Humanity, celebrated what will soon become 26 single family homes, making homeownership possible for several families in the area.
Peter WebleyJournalists and pubic relations professionals throughout the US and Caribbean will converge on Montego Bay, Jamaica, for the first annual Media Makers Unite Conference, November 12-13, 2010, at The Wexford Hotel. The conference, created to foster a better exchange of news between the US and Caribbean, will also explore the increasing role of PR in generating news content.