This year will be the second annual Montgomery Basketball League, event is now under a new name, Roderic D Scott honoring the Robert E. Lee teen who lost his life in a car crash.
The Montgomery Basketball League has been a success, Oronde Mitchell and other community leaders teamed up with the midtown YMCA to implement a program for young boys that not only allows them to play a sport, but receive one on one mentorship from members of the community.
The first “Coffee and Conversation” with Montgomery city councilmen CC Calhoun and Oronde Mitchell was held Friday morning at The Coffee House. The Coffee House is located at 981 Adam’s Ave.
City Councillor, Oronde Mitchell is bringing a new type of basketball league to the city of Montgomery. He says the purpose of this league is to allow students to have something to do outside of school that can help the youth in the community.
District Councilman Oronde K. Mitchell is offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to arrest in the Murder Investigation of Lorretta Butler. Crimestoppers also offers an additional $1,000 bringing the total to $2,000. On June 8, 2020, Montgomery police responded to a call in the 200 block of Garden Homes Circle in reference to a shooting. At the scene,…