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FAMU Supreme Court addresses voting role accountability for FAMU spring elections

The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 45th student senate held their first senate meeting post spring elections ...

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First African-American to Own Rolls Royce Dealership

  n - Thomas A. Moorehead has made automotive history. He’s the first African-American to own an ultra luxury Rolls-Royce dealership in America. He’s starting his second month as the owner of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars of Sterling, a community in Loudoun County in Northern Virginia. He is one of only 35 Rolls-Royce dealers nationwide. “This is a very good market,” Moorehead said. “This is the richest marke ...

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Six Year Old Killed In Drive-By Shooting In Florida

February 21, 2016 A 6-year-old boy was fatally shot while playing with his friends in Pinewood, just north of Miami, and police and the boy's family are taking on the area's entrenched anti-snitch culture in hopes of persuading witnesses to come forward. was playing Saturday afternoon in Blue Lake Village when "two unknown black males exited a dark four-door sedan and began shooting, striking Carter. The gu ...

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What’s Your Story?

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Broward County Transit Bus Operator Leroy Montgomery was recently recognized for his 30 years of safe driving and service to Broward County

Leroy Montgomery was recently recognized for his 30 years of safe driving and service to Broward County ...

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Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church’s Greek Unity Day 2016

The Mount Hermon A.M.E. Church Family (Fort Lauderdale), and our dynamic Pastor, Rev. Henry E. Green, Jr., cordially invites the entire community to attend our 22nd Annual Greek Unity Day Observance. ...

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What’s Your Story? Pompano Beach Community Exhibition of local history

Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA), in partnership with the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center of Broward County (AARLCC), announces its latest exhibit, showcasing personal narratives and magnificent photos of African American residents of Pompano Beach in the 1930s ...

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New stronger effort to prevent drowning among little children

New stronger effort to prevent drowning among little children ...

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Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue announcing PulsePoint Respond

We are pleased to announce the launch of PulsePoint Respond. PulsePoint Respond is a pre-arrival smartphone app designed to support public safety agencies working to improve cardiac arrest survival rates through improved bystander performance and active citizenship. ...

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Broward Water partnership launches Neighborhood Water Challenge

Residents in participating Partnership communities are eligible to participate in the Neighborhood Water Challenge ...

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