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Foster care teens and young adults take AT&T ‘Skills

Teens and young adults in foster care, ages 15 to 21, recently had the opportunity to participate in AT&T’s “Skills to Go” field trip as part of AT&T’s partnership with the Florida Department of Children & Families. ...

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School Board approves shiftfrom centers to colleges

School Board approves shift from centers to colleges ...

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Alphas third annual ‘White Party Charity Fundraiser’ to benefit Kids in Distress, Inc.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. invites you to join them for their Third Annual “White Party Charity Fundraiser” benefiting KID (Kids in Distress, Inc.) ...

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NAN, Black Broadcasters stage candidates’ forum at New Birth

NAN, Black Broadcasters stage candidates’ forum at New Birth By Derek Joy      The South Florida Chapter of the National Action Network (NAN) joined the Black Broadcasters in staging a political candidate’s forum at New Birth Cathedral of Faith. While Democratic gubernatorial hopefuls headlined the forum, a number of political incumbents and candidates were on hand for the question and answer session. “Let ...

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Broward Health is closing its school based primary care centers and opening at new locations

Broward Health is closing its school based primary care centers like William Dandy, Lauderhill Middle and Amadeo Trinchitella Deerfield Beach High School they are opening new, improved larger medical facilities one mile away from the previous locations. ...

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Fugitive tests positive for marijuana before fleeing the country

After being arrested for vehicular homicide in the deaths of Deborah G. Peterson and James Carr – Daniela Torres was given a bond with conditions of reporting to a Pretrial Services Program to remain drug and alcohol free - but the thing is she tested positive for marijuana before fleeing the country to Brazil. ...

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Don’t become a statistic this summer

Don’t become a statistic this summer ...

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Mrs. Patrice Peters Vickers

Congrats to you on your degree in Educational Specialist Educational Leadership, ...

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Fourth Annual Strike for a Cure – Zeta Rho Omega Chapter’s bowling tournament

The ladies of Zeta Rho Omega Chapter continue to make a difference by supporting an Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated health committee’s initiative to combat kidney disease with a bowling tournament with proceeds benefiting The American Kidney Fund. ...

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