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Commissioner Hayward J. Benson, Jr. introduces Lauderhill Taste Restaurant Tour

Join the City of Lauderhill for a tour of our most popular and authentic restaurants on the Lauderhill TASTE Tour! ...

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Master-at-Arms 1st Class James Walker, from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, ...

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Broward Water Partnership launches Neighborhood Water Challenge

From April through May 2016, residents in participating Broward Water Partnership communities are eligible to participate in the Neighborhood Water Challenge ...

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Clifford Gassett called to eternal rest

Clifford Gassett called to eternal rest ...

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The Holiday Committee for the ILA Local 1526 recently held their annual Christmas holiday boxes giveaway

Longshoremen have given 400 or more boxes of food to needy families. ...

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Birthday celebration for local Nonagenarian

On Dec. 26, 2015, family and friends gathered at a local restaurant to honor and celebrate the 90th birthday of Norma “Honey Bunch” McCoy Wright. She is the oldest surviving member of one of our community’s families – The McCoys. ...

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Miami Dolphins: Post Game Presser vs Indianapolis Colts 12.27.15

"About Kicking Field Goals" “We wanted a chance to win it in the end, keep it a one score game. We drove it down and had a chance to win it. "   - Dan Campbell "About His One Handed Catch" “Just me and T (Ryan Tannehill) trusting each other. We talked about it before that drive, before that punt actually. He wanted me to get more invovled. It started off with that drive and later on that catch. "   - Jarvis ...

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FAMU names new Dean of the College of Education

Provost Marcella David announced Traki L. Taylor, Ph.D., as the new dean of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) College of Education. Taylor will begin her post in January 2016. ...

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Old Dixie Highway renamed in honor of President Obama in Riviera Beach

Riviera Beach renamed Old Dixie Highway in honor of President Barack Obama during a ceremony on Thursday, a change that city officials say will help move the community past its segregated history. ...

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