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Ground breaking ceremony marks new era in business development on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard

groundbreaking ceremony which marked a historic occasion for the City of Pompano Beach ...

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Harvard’s top gun law professor speaks at FMU

Law Professor Charles J. Ogletree ...

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Racial slur causes protest against Pompano Beach restaurant

Black community, for the fourth straight day, allegedly because the owner’s son called a business owner in Pompano, the Nword ...

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State, counties put Medicaid on hold

counties and the state have put on hold a lawsuit about the constitutionality of a new law that would cost counties tens of millions of dollars in disputed Medicaid charges. ...

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Prison health privatization opponents threaten suit

lawsuit over prison health care looms as the latest salvo in a protracted struggle between the state Department of Corrections ...

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Four more years says the President at the DNC

And the truth is, it will take more than a few years for us to solve challenges that have built up over a decade,” President Obama told a cheering crowd at the Democratic National Convention. ...

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Study: Three percent of Black gay men become infected every year

Nearly three percent of all Black gay and bisexual men in America acquire HIV every year ...

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Children invited to audition for Tri-Rail’s ‘South Florida’s Kids Got Talent’

Children ages 5-17 will compete for a chance to perform at Tri-Rail’s annual “Rail Fun Day” ...

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