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Nelson Mandela still in the hospital, hanging on

The former South African president is now recovering from a lung infection and the country is praying that he will be OK. ...

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Role Model Mentors and Alumni, including early pioneers, of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project, ...

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National Capital Parks East hosts Dynamic Author and Public Speaker, Audrey Peterman, June 21 &22

The staff at National Capital Parks-East is excited to offer three public events with Audrey Peterman on June 21-22, 2013. ...

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Ceremony held in memory of Katrina McCollum Bell announces its recipients

The St. Christopher Episcopal Endowment Board announces their award recipients at a scholarship award ceremony held June 9, 2013 in memory of Katrina McCollum Bell (Katrina McCollum Bell Memorial Scholarship – KMB) honoring her Christian service to God through music and education ...

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School Board approves changes in schools start, end times for 2013/14 school year

Several Broward County Public Schools will have new start and end times for the 2013/14 school year beginning August 19 ...

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Broward County Public Schools and Broward Teachers Union –Technical, Supervisory, and Professional employees reach tentative agreement for the 2012/13 school year

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) and the Broward Teachers Union – Technical Support Professionals (BTU-TSP) unit reached a tentative agreement for the 2012/13 school year ...

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The two faces of Marco Rubio

[caption id="attachment_14713" align="alignleft" width="250"] Marco Rubio[/caption] The two faces of Marco Rubio The Florida senator is trying to be both a high-level negotiator and a disappointed populist. With the immigration bill, he’ll eventually have to choose. By Rebecca Kaplan In a radio interview Tuesday with conservative talk-show host Hugh Hewitt, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., drew a line in the sand. ...

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Bishop Victor T. Curry appointed Southeast Regional Director of the National Action Network

National Action Network (NAN), along with the National Board of Directors, has announced the appointment of Bishop Victor Curry as Southeast Regional Director of NAN ...

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History in the Making – The Florida Bar poised to install Eugene K. Pettis, the first African American to lead the distinguished organization

The Florida Bar will make history on Friday June 28, 2013 when it installs Eugene K. Pettis, Esq., as the first African American to lead the 63-year-old organization. ...

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