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Blacks are drowning in swim help

Blacks are drowning in swim help ...

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Firefighter/paramedics from Fort Lauderdale Firehouse

Firefighter/paramedics from Fort Lauderdale Firehouse ...

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The BTW Class of 1957 Foundation, Inc. awards 12 scholarships and two grants

BTW Class of 1957 Foundation, Inc. (the Foundation) announced 12 scholarships and two grants to 2014 BTW graduating seniors and prior graduates, the BTW administration and the BTW 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year during the school’s Annual Awards Ceremony ...

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Career Day held at Castle-Hill Elementary

Career Day held at Castle-Hill Elementary ...

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Language a game of learning for Edison Elite

Language a game of learning for Edison Elite ...

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Urban gardening growing in South Florida

Urban gardening growing in South Florida ...

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Second annual ‘Derby Days’ Belmont Stakes Party to promote literacy among middle school students

he Crockett Foundation organization will partner with the Ladies of Zeta Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated for its 2nd Annual “Derby Days” Belmont Stakes Party. This will be an evening of fun, interactive entertainment, celebrity bartenders, food, raffle, silent auction and more is to raise funds in order to promote literacy among middle school students. ...

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Florida Memorial University welcomes SEED School of Miami to Campus

The SEED School of Miami and Florida Memorial University (FMU) announced a partnership that will bring SEED’s ...

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Memorial Day begins the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers

In fact, Memorial Day marks the start for the 100 deadliest days on the road for teens ...

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Florida hurricane tax holiday, May 31-June 8

Florida is the new kid on the hurricane sales tax holiday block, but the Sunshine State's event is the longest. Floridians have nine days -- from Sunday, May 31, through Sunday, June 8 -- to get ready for tropical storms and hurricanes. During that period, retailers won't collect the state's 6 percent sales tax on a wide range of storm-related products across six price ranges: $10 or less, $20 or less, $25 ...

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