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Express Taxes comes to the rescue

Express Taxes & Services joined forces with Gwen Shaw-Harrington, affectionately known as Ms. Gwen, owner of The Red School to give away Thanksgiving turkeys to some of the families who attend The Red School. ...

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New study shows that poverty is steadily increasing in America

Reports show that when you calculate medical expenses, as well as work-related expenses, almost 50 million Americans currently live in poverty ...

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Back to the status quo

Back to the status quo ...

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Moss inducted into Civil Rights Hall of Fame

Moss inducted into Civil Rights Hall of Fame ...

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North Broward Chapter of The Links, Incorporated partners with BRACE and the Deerfield Beach High guidance department to host sixth annual College Fair

The North Broward County Chapter of The Links, Incorporated (The Links) hosted its sixth annual College Fair at Deerfield Beach High School ...

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Catherine Pratt celebrates gala 90th birthday

Fort Lauderdalians, youthful and seasoned, and well-wishers who hailed from across the United States and the Bahamas to pay tribute to Catherine Pratt, retired educator, mentor and role model on her 90th birthday. ...

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The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid

The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid ...

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Wildcats survive Rattlers in Classic

The Wildcats (9-2, 7-0) finish the season unbeaten in the MEAC for the first time since 1984 and 8-0 in the conference for the first time. ...

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University of Miami self-imposes second straight bowl ban

Miami officials said recently that the university is making what it called an “unprecedented decision” to self-impose a postseason ban for the second straight year, ending any chance of the Hurricanes playing in either the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game or a bowl. ...

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