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Voters have spoken, time for a new era of bipartisanship and cooperation

voters who indicated they share our point of view about how to address Florida’s needs and priorities ...

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Gaetz is pledging to improve the election system

Gaetz had already signaled that ethics improvements would be a top priority for him, but on Tuesday in brief opening remarks he also forcefully told his colleagues that they must do something about the elections process that broke down in some places on Election night. ...

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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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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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Broward Water Partnership Offers Rebates on Toilets and Other Free Incentives

Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or simply in the market for a new toilet, now is the time to replace it. The Broward Water Partnership has teamed with the Fort Lauderdale Home Design and Remodeling Show to help you learn how to save water and money — with rebates on water conserving toilets. If your toilets are pre-1994 models, chances are you’re sending lots of water and money down the drain. The B ...

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Final Call to Florida Artists! for Lauderhill Library Project at Central Broward Regional Park

The Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program is seeking to commission an artist or artists to create original site-specific artworks for the Library portion of the new Lauderhill Cultural Center and Library, located adjacent to Central Broward Regional Park. It is intended that the artwork will enhance and support the library’s unique sports theme and sports-related programing.The artwork ...

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FMU School of Education receives $1.25 million grant to train special education leaders

The project is funded by a $1.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, through the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). ...

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