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JANELL LATRICE DYKES WITH HER IDLE KIM TERRELL

Kearney: Janell is a graduating Cum Laud Senior from FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY better known as FAMU with a Bachelor’s in Health Science ...

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Arming teachers, warning shots in ‘Stand Your Ground’ before legislators

The state's self defense law would say people can fire warning shots to fend off attackers without fear of prosecution and teachers would be able to pack heat on campus under bills now before legislators. ...

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The Elks Lodge #652 and Goldstar Productions

Stanley Colvin of Goldstar Productions and The Elks Lodge #652, celebrated their 10th year of colloboratively making the tradition of bringing smiles to the faces of children living in Fort Lauderdale and surrounding cities a success ...

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Florida Memorial University is off to a great new year

“To learn that Florida Memorial University’s accreditation has been reaffirmed—with no recommendations—was the perfect way to end 2012 and to begin the New Year ...

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Locally, a candlelight vigil tribute was be held Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. in Leimert Park to mark the one year anniversary of Martn’s death ...

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What’s next for Florida latest sinkhole victims

Florida home last week was made known late Monday when demolition teams beat down the remaining walls and begin clearing away the debris. ...

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MIAMI DOLPHINS HOST GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL CLINIC AT THE DOCTORS HOSPITAL TRAINING FACILITY

Davie, FL – The Miami Dolphins hosted the team’s annual Girls High School Flag Football Clinic presented by UnderArmour at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. The event featured 16 high school teams throughout South Florida that participated in a series interactive football drills.   “The participation was probably double of where we were last year,” said Rocky Gilli ...

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The National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS

Miami, FL – (January 18, 2013) – CHURCHES UNITED FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION recognizes March 3rd – 9th as The National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS (NWPHA). The purpose of The National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS is to bring national attention to the AIDS epidemic in the United States and the extraordinary role faith communities can and are playing in AIDS prevention, education, service an ...

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UTD election made history, raised haunting questions

Fedrick Ingram, a 1991 graduate of Miami Jackson High School, beat out five other candidates to win a controversial election that raises some haunting questions. ...

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Westside Gazette publisher honored by South Florida political elite

Westside Gazette Publisher Bobby R. Henry, Sr. and his wife, Broward County Administrator Bertha W. Henry will receive the award before a glittering crowd of 700 guests gathered to pay homage to those who help make their communities better ...

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