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School Choice application window deadline to apply is February 12

The application window will close on Feb. 12, 2014. Please note, this is the first time the school reassignment application process has been included in the window to apply for Nova and magnet schools. ...

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AARP Foundation tax-aide will provide free tax assistance and preparation beginning in February 2014

This year, AARP Foundation is again providing free tax assistance and preparation for taxpayers with low to moderate income through the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program ...

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Joy-Ann Reid to host new show on (MSNBC)

[caption id="attachment_22212" align="alignleft" width="144"] Joy Ann Reid[/caption] Joy-Ann Reid to host new show on (MSNBC) By Alexis Garrett Stodghill Political analyst Joy-Ann Reid will soon make her debut as a television host on (MSNBC), it was announced on Monday. In a statement released by (MSNBC) President Phil Griffin, it has been confirmed that Reid will anchor the 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Mo ...

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President Obama State of the Union 2014 Address

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Nicole Grier Stop The Violence Benefit Concert

For Nicole Grier the young lady who was gunned down in Lauderhill on New years eve. On Feb 1st, 2014 the non-profit organizationBigbrothersunited.org will host a Stop the Violence Benefit concert to raise funds for the family and 1 year old son left behind. We have local musical acts to perform, and plan on having local celebrities come speak against violence in our community.   I have attached the flyer if ...

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Black media seeks inclusion in tobacco settlement

Black media seeks inclusion in tobacco settlement ...

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Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Frank Adderley makes history once again

Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Frank Adderley makes history once again Chief Frank Adderley has been a community leader and role model throughout over 30 years of public service as a member of the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. Broward County’s first African American Police Chief recently made history after being sworn in as the first African American elected President of the Broward County Chiefs of Poli ...

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Gov. Rick Scott accused of pandering to gain Hispanic vote

Gov. Rick Scott accused of pandering to gain Hispanic vote By Derek Joy After more than 10 months without a Lieutenant Governor, Florida Governor Rick Scott finally made a choice. Scott visited Miami last week and appointed Miami Dade County Property Appraiser Carlos Lopez-Cantera, a former Re-publican leader in the Florida State Legislature. Lopez-Cantera became Florida’s first Hispanic Lieutenant Governor ...

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Disrespected’ Obama appointed the most Black judges

Disrespected’ Obama appointed the most Black judges ...

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