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Kevin Mitchell appointed as the new executive director

The Board of Directors of The New Generation of Funeral Service Practitioners Association is pleased to announce that Kevin Mitchell of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. has been appointed as the new Executive Director of this association ...

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The Trailblazers present a Review of Public Housing

Beating the odds and meeting the challenges…..The Dixie Court Story ...

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Summerfest is coming! Summerfest is coming! South Florida Get Ready for Art, Culture, and Entertainment on Historic Sistrunk Boulevard!

The City of Fort Lauderdale, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB), and Fort Lauderdale’s Midtown are gearing up for two great happenings in the City this summer ...

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Groups ready for BP money fight

The payoff may be years away, but Florida stakeholders are already coordinating efforts to make sure the state gets its share of BP oil spill compensation in what could be the largest Gulf restoration effort in history. ...

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Florida colleges plan to lead nation in graduation rates

Florida’s 28 state and community colleges say they have a plan to make the state the first in the country to reach the national goal of doubling graduation rates by the year 2020 – and they think Gov. Rick Scott will back their play. ...

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State prison privatization appeal rejected

An appeals court Tuesday ruled against Attorney General Pam Bondi in a long-running battle about the Legislature’s attempt last year to privatize prisons across southern Florida. ...

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HIV/AIDS: Still here

Some of us, and I don’t know why, seem to be under the impression that HIV/AIDS is not the problem it once was for our community. ...

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The Fight for Black Boys

Our boys are at-risk: For dropping out of school, for poverty, for delinquency, for unemployment, for imprisonment. ...

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The Gantt Report

Sasser, Georgia is the epitome of a “Leave It to Beaver” existence. Nestled in a serene part of southeast Georgia (outside of Albany) where tradition trumps progress, there is an unwritten rule that permeates throughout the fabric of life within that slap-happy community. ...

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The politics of discrimination often details political skullduggery

And that is how the dust settled and the smoke cleared over the political career of former State Senator Mandy Dawson (Dem., Fort Lauderdale). ...

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