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Bounce house takes flight

The waterspout caused the bounce houses to take flight, ejecting three young children out of one of the bounce houses and onto the sand ...

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Children’s Services Council discusses 2015-2016 Budget

Children’s Services Council of Broward County (CSC) held its Council Meeting and Budget Retreat to review funding recommendations for programs that help prevent abuse and neglect, support mothers suffering from maternal depression, give disadvantaged youth summer employment & training opportunities and much more. ...

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Stay-cation, a review of things to do in South Florida

Stay-cation, a review of things to do in South Florida ...

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BCPS High School students participate in first Rally to the Tally for New Floridians

Recently, approximately 300 foreign-born ninth and 10th grade students from 23 Broward County high schools took part in the first Rally to the Tally for New Floridians. ...

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AKA Chapters partner for Playground Mobilization-Service Impact Day

Chi Psi Omega and Kappa Kappa Omega Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated partnered, Saturday, May 16, 2015, for Playground Mobilization; under the umbrella of Target IV: Environmental Ownership and one of six Service Impact Days ...

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FAMU Broward Alumni – Milton L. Jones, Jr. and Mary Shaw Smith receives National Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award

FAMU National Alumni Association recognized its Largest Class of 24 outstanding distinguished alumni honorees which included two of Broward’s finest, Milton L. Jones, Jr., and Mary Shaw Smith. ...

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Miami Heat great Alonzo Mourning attended the Operation Underground Railroad (OUR) event at the Fairchild Tropical Garden in Coral Gables ...

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Pompano’s rising starlet

Jada McNeal is on the move! This nine-year-old with an electrifying smile, great grades, talent and personality, is on her way to proving that dreams can come true ...

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Carlton B. Moore Freedom Foundation, Inc. awards first scholarships to three high school seniors

The Carlton B. Moore Freedom Foundation Inc. awarded three $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors in memory of the late Fort Lauderdale city commissioner and lifetime champion of African-American rights who passed away last year ...

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