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A woman’s unwavering faith becomes reality

But through her sickness, her mother never gave up on her faith and taught Elizabeth to maintain her faith and devotion to God ...

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Governor Rick Scott, Superintendent Bob Runcie and 8 of the 9 Leading Ladies of the Broward County School Board.

The Governor presented a 15 million dollar check to Broward County Schools ...

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Dillard Elementary School

“Dillard Elementary has a great leader. Mrs. Brown is doing a great job. ...

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My Crossroads

Let us never forget our history of the great men and women who paved the way ...

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FAMU appoints Dean of the New College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities

Matthews has served as interim dean of the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities since July 1, 2012, and has served as interim chair of the Department of Music from December 2011 - June 2012. ...

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Congresswoman Frederica Wilson celebrates Women’s History Month

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (FL-24) joins millions of Americans to commemorate Women’s History Month, which has been celebrated since 1987 ...

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Miami Dolphins Take Students to Bluefoot Pirate

Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Miami Dolphins players Josh Kaddu, Richard Marshall, Rishard Matthews, Koa Misi, Julian Posey, Kheeston Randall, Josh Samuda, Randy Starks and members of the Miami Dolphins Women’s Organization took students that have parents in the military on a special trip to Bluefoot Pirate Adventures in Fort Lauderdale.   “It’s always nice to be able to hang out with kids that are underprivile ...

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Florida Republicans shoot down Medicaid expansion plan leaving millions of Floridians in limbo

Medicaid expansion plan, thereby casting millions of uninsured Floridians into a state of limbo regarding healthcare coverage. ...

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Dorsey adult education center rekindles the legacy

D.A. Dorsey Adult Education Center concluded Black History Month with a program under the theme: Rekindling the Legacy of Dana Albert Dorsey ...

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Broward commissioners approve Vice Mayor Sharief’s proposal to increase fines to promote responsible dog ownership

commissioners directed the Broward County attorney to amend an existing ordinance that increases fines from a sliding scale (dependent on income) to $500 for dogs trained to “fight” and $300 for dogs not licensed or spayed/neutered ...

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