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Scott in first crisis moment, picks governing over politics

Scott, facing his first potential big crisis as governor, avoided what could have been a major test as Tropical Storm Isaac blew by the state on its way to northwestern Gulf Coast ...

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Dorothy Singleton, the new Centenarian

Dorothy Singleton, Fort Lauderdale’s newest Centenarian ...

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Commissioner Bobby B. DuBose to host visioning Telephone Town Hall Meeting

Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Bobby B. DuBose will host an hour-long Telephone Town Hall Meeting ...

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FAMU unifies constituents during College Colors Day

Florida A&M University (FAMU) is charging all alumni, current and prospective students, faculty, staff and FAMU fans to show their Rattler pride nationwide in celebration of this year’s College Colors Day ...

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To My Readers

another school year has begun and we thank God for protecting our children and families through a beautiful blessed summer. ...

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Dems blast Scott for pressuring Monroe supervisor

Democrats accused Gov. Rick Scott of bullying the supervisor of elections in Monroe County on Wednesday, the latest salvo in the high-stakes battle over early voting in the November elections ...

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Rodner Wright appointed Interim provost at FAMU

School of Architecture Rodner Wright as the new interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. ...

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Report: Nearly half of all senior citizens in U.S. die broke

About 46 percent of U.S. senior citizens die with less than $10,000 in total financial assets, according to James Poterba of MIT, Steven Venti of Dartmouth College and David A. Wise of Harvard University, the co-authors of the study. ...

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Black American elected officials focus on legislative agenda

Black American elected officials in South Florida - local and state ...

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Effort afoot to regain rejected millions for home visit

federal health care overhaul threatens to end home visitation programs for 500 at-risk families and lead to 80 employees losing their jobs statewide. ...

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