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Fort Lauderdale Responds to Vehicle Accident Rollover

Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue responded to a vehicle accident rollover last night at East Oakland Park Blvd and Andrews Avenue ...

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All Aboard Florida showcases ambitious transportation plans

The occasion was to unveil ambitious transportation plans to construct its Flagship station in Miami as part of its passenger train service between Miami and Orlando. ...

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Eileen Jones! Eryn graduated from Pompano Beach Preschool Pre-K ...

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Broward FAMU alumni launch endowment kickoff June 28 — Dr. Elmira Mangum, speaker

New Florida A&M University president, Dr. Elmira Mangum will keynote a “Unity Day” celebration Saturday, June 28, 2014 at the Doubletree By Hilton in Sunrise, Fla. ...

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100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale 2014 Leadership Academy graduates prepare for the future

The recent graduation of three local high school graduates marked the continuation of a tradition for having a 100 percent graduation rate among their mentees who complete the 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s Leadership Academy. ...

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Young lawyers share joy of books with young readers

It’s no secret that the more you read to children, the more they learn to love it. With the goal of sparking a passion for reading in pre-k and kindergarten students, the Broward County Young Lawyers Section recently launched its Broward Young Lawyers for Literacy Initiative. ...

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Mayor Barbara Sharief is an AARLCC Culture Keeper

Broward County’s Mayor Barbara Sharief will be the second “African-American Culture Keeper” to be honored ...

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Chi Psi Omega Chapter of AKA partnered to host youth forum

Chi Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated partnered with the brothers of Alpha Lambda Omega Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated to host a youth forum ...

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The Color of Change: The Army’s first Black, female 2-Star General on diversifying the Army

Maj. Gen. Marcia Anderson knows a thing or two about leadership and diversity in the Army, and so she should, as the most senior-ranking Black woman in the military, a badge she has worn since 2011, when she became the first Black, female two-Star General. ...

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