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Palm Beach woman dedicates her retirement years to uplifting the lives of those less fortunate in PBC

Estella Pyfrom’s driving passion to help others less fortunate ...

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Yvette ask writers Charing Ball and Darryl Cox: Do Black see ex-LAPD cop turned killer as Django?

The African-American community seems to have mixed feelings about the Ex-LAPD cop turned killer Chris Dorner ...

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Florida statewide tornado drill postponed to Friday, Feb. 15, 2013

Florida’s statewide tornado drill has been rescheduled to take place on Friday, February 15, 2013, at 10:10 a.m. Eastern Time due to the chance of severe weather in North Florida on Wednesday ...

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Scholarship nominations must be submitted via email to: JRodusky@palmbeachculture.com by February 15, 2013 ...

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House Democratic leader Perry Thurston: Florida Elections a top priority

Recently, House Democratic Leader Perry Thurston (D-Plantation) issued the following statement on Secretary of State Ken Detzner’s recommendations to improve Florida’s election laws ...

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House unveils foreclosure package

House unveils foreclosure package ...

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BrightStar raised monies to help the American Red Cross to assist in the Hurricane Sandy Relief effort.

Based in Sunrise, and one of the largest credit unions in south Florida with 50,000 members, BrightStar raised a total of $21,133 for the American Red Cross to assist in the Hurricane Sandy Relief effort. ...

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Black hunter, Pres. Roosevelt behind the Teddy Bear!

Black hunter, Pres. Roosevelt behind the Teddy Bear! ...

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Congresswoman Wilson urges students in the 24th Congressional District to apply for Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (FL-24) announced that the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation is now accepting applications for the CBCF General Mills Health Scholarship ...

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Mark McKenzie 2013 Most Promising Minority Students Distinguished Alumni Award

Mark McKenzie as one of the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Minority Students Distinguished Alumni Award (MPMS) for 2013, at their Building Bridges For Our Future luncheon at Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. ...

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