Caribbean Today: Dependable Info

For 30 years Caribbean Today has shone light on issues of importance to the Caribbean community.It’s been a long and inspired journey. resizeimage 1The work has not gone unnoticed. In Dec. 2018, Caribbean Today marked the milestone achievement and members of the Caribbean American showed their appreciation.Below are responses to Caribbean Today’s accomplishment edited for space and content:                                           


I applaud and congratulate Peter Webley and his team for their hard work and tenacity in achieving such milestone of 30 years in the edition of Caribbean Todaynews magazine.

This newspaper has been a great source of information not only to me personally, but to the Jamaican/Caribbean diaspora and South Floridians. It has continued to provide valuable news coverage in health, education, politics, sports and arts/entertainment and has been the medium for businesses.

This newspaper has received many accolades for its high standard of journalism and is award winning in circulation.

I again want to congratulate Peter and his team and wish for an enjoyable 30th anniversary and a successful future.


For the past 30 years, Caribbean Today has been at the forefront of providing accurate stories about the Caribbean and its diaspora.

With Peter A. Webley at the helm, Caribbean Today has become our newspaper of record for information about events in the fields of politics, health and the arts.

Webley has also served as a valued member of the community who has brought segments of the population - often from opposite ends of the political spectrum - to create and sustain cultural institutions. This is a remarkable accomplishment given the lack of institutional longevity in South Florida and the Caribbean.

It is even more noteworthy since Caribbean Today has expanded into digital platforms to deliver dependable news by, for, and about us.

Webley is to be congratulated for his vision and tenacity in preserving Caribbean Today, not only as a reliable news source, but also as part of the region’s archival memory.