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Combatting terror is a joint effort

Combatting terror is a joint effort ...

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Schools must welcome participation from all parents

Schools must welcome participation from all parents ...

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Florida Technical College Expands its Electrical Diploma Program to Pembroke Pines Campus Registration is currently in progress for fall classes.

Florida Technical College is expanding its Electrical Diploma Program to its Deland and Pembroke Pines campuses. It is part of a carefully selected group of programs that FTC offers in the construction trade and technology sector. Classes for the new program start in the fall; and registration is currently in progress. The program can be completed in 9 months and offers flexible schedules, enabling students ...

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Preventing teen suicide begins at home

Preventing teen suicide begins at home ...

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DNC on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

“Today (July 31, 2017) is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day – a day that serves as a reminder that a Black woman must work about 200 days more to earn the same amount as the average man did the previous year. ...

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Black parents have to get into the ESSA game

Black parents have to get into the ESSA game ...

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Black Neglect: We have failed our communities, too

We have failed our communities, too ...

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HHS awards up to three million dollars to Florida for treatment drug courts

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) announces funding of up to three million dollars over several years for treatment drug court programs ...

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South Florida seniors to receive increase in SS benefits

South Florida seniors to receive increase in SS benefits ...

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The ride that changed one man’s life

A bike riders: Qua along with some of the celebrity bike riders. By Yolonda Bell Meet Niquá “Qua” Jones. The 46-year-old, native of Atlanta, GA., has participated in a 713-mile bike ride from Atlanta to Miami, Fla. For two years in a row. The journey, which started off as a challenge by his brother, music producer Polow Da Don to one of their artists, Vivian Vega, was one that Quá also accepted. Quá, also a ...

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