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Miami Hurricanes: Three Players Who Could Leave Early

A lot of people believe that the death of the old Miami Hurricanes has arrived. A lot of people also believe that this program will never get to the level of dominance that it once was at. Everyone seems to have a strong opinion about the Hurricanes except for the players who play on the roster. Regardless of the matter of opinion from others, the Miami Hurricanes each year still produce NFL level talent. E ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Why Their Basketball Team Is Very Underrated

Don't look now but Miami is starting to slowly become a basketball town instead of the football city that most of the residents have grown to see. With the success of the Miami Heat and the failures of the Miami Dolphins during the last decade, it's been easy to see why more people are starting to gravitate towards the hardwood instead of the football field. Another basketball team locally that everyone sho ...

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Adventure Fashions “Fashion Fever” Fashion Show

Models enjoy modeling the latest collection of exciting jeans and men’s dress suits by our local designer Eugene Jones. ...

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School Board elects Dr. Rosalind Osgood, Chair and Abby M. Freedman, Vice Chair

The School Board of Broward County, Florida, elected Dr. Rosalind Osgood as Chair and Abby M. Freedman as Vice Chair for the 2015/16 school year. ...

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Former “American Gangster” Earl Lloyd’s journey from a life of crime to finding God and ultimately experiencing redemption

To maintain order amongst the gang members he controlled required being the most violent of the violent. He was constantly on the lookout to protect his turf from intrusion ...

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Meet Broward Judicial Candidate Florence Barner

Meet Broward Judicial Candidate Florence Barner ...

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Broward Commissioner Marty Kiar selected to serve as Mayor Broward Commissioner Barbara Sharief selected as Vice Mayor

Broward County Commissioners recently choose Vice Mayor/Commissioner Marty Kiar to serve as Mayor and Commissioner Barbara Sharief to serve as Vice Mayor. ...

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Local nonprofit receives boots to aid youth gardening program

Local nonprofit receives boots to aid youth gardening program ...

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Local student chosen to present video game at White House

Andrew Gayle, a 10th grade student at Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Magnet School, was one of 20 minority students in the country, and the only student from Florida, who traveled to the White House to present a video game he created during a summer gaming camp sponsored by the Broward Education Foundation and the City of Lauderhill Police Department. ...

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