Edward Akinyemi is halfway home with the financial literacy education bill.
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Geron Tate felt blessed on Saturday even before the second-annual "Community Garage Sale" started.
Edward Akinyemi thinks schools should be doing more to teach students about personal finance, so he launched the The Financial Literacy Movement, a website advocating for a financial literacy course requirement in every American high school.
Eight community organizations made requests totaling $659,401.04 in 2021 federal Community Development Block Grant funds during a public hearing preceding Mansfield City Council on Tuesday evening.
MANSFIELD -- An architectural dig has helped shine a historical light on a longtime African-American neighborhood along Reformatory Road in Ma…
The North End Community Improvement Collaborative (NECIC) has announced a business plan writing course and microloan program for low to moderate income entrepreneurs.
Edward Akinyemi, AmeriCorps VISTA at North End Community Improvement Collaborative, Inc. (NECIC), wants to make a difference, which is what led him down the nonprofit path and spurred him to write a book to guide others.