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DCF scuttles change that could have halted benefits

(DCF) recently scrapped a controversial change that would have halted public-assistance benefits for people whose mail is returned to the agency as undeliverable ...

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Treatment of kids in jails under scrutiny

youth advocacy groups and the parents of juveniles in adult county jails ...

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Judge to count Palm Beach County votes

circuit judge recently ordered Palm Beach County election officials to send up contested ballots to be recounted in a razor-thin race. ...

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Broward County Transit recognized by Neighbors 4 Neighbors as Outstanding Partner during 20th Anniversary Commemoration of Hurricane Andrew

Broward County Transit (BCT) was recognized as one of 20 “outstanding partners ...

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Pine Hills Community Performing Arts Center celebrates first year anniversary

Pine Hills Performing Arts Center will present three nights of “Artistic Expressions,” celebrating its first year anniversary. ...

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MIAMI-DADE ALPHAS, AKAS HOST “PHIRST PHAMILY” VOTER REG BLITZ ON SEPT. 22

MIAMI-DADE ALPHAS, AKAS HOST “PHIRST PHAMILY” VOTER REG BLITZ ON SEPT. 22 MIAMI – September 13, 2012 – Miami’s two oldest black Greek-letter organizations are joining forces to register hundreds of voters in time for the November general election. Their target: local beauty and barber shops. The ladies of Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and the men of Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of Alpha ...

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Judge: No new trial in Fla. teen burning case

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  A Florida judge refused Tuesday to grant a new trial, for now, for the alleged ringleader in an attack in which a teenager was drenched in alcohol and set on fire. But Broward County Circuit Judge Matthew Destry nevertheless left the door open for a second trial for 18-year-old Matthew Bent based on allegations of juror misconduct, including racial animosity. The judge plans to interv ...

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Ground breaking ceremony marks new era in business development on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard

groundbreaking ceremony which marked a historic occasion for the City of Pompano Beach ...

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Harvard’s top gun law professor speaks at FMU

Law Professor Charles J. Ogletree ...

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Racial slur causes protest against Pompano Beach restaurant

Black community, for the fourth straight day, allegedly because the owner’s son called a business owner in Pompano, the Nword ...

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