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Long Time Coach Robert A. Green celebrates 90th birthday

     Coach Robert Alton “Pompey" Green celebrated his 90th birthday with loving and devoted family and friend on Sunday, June 16, 2018 at the Lauderhill Performing Art Center. ...

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Joe Trembly Advocates for Broward’s LGBTQ Homeless Individuals

Joe Trembly, who 30 years ago was a homeless gay man living on the streets of Fort Lauderdale, speaks to LGBTQ community leaders at the Community Foundation of Broward.  The Foundation recently announced the award of five grants totaling $300,000 as part of its Broward Pride program, including a grant to an innovative program championed by Trembly. ...

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Happening on the Hill – FAMU Student Lands International Internship, FAMU Farm Fest a Success

Terrius Bruce, who graduated from Tallahassee Community College in May and will attend Florida A&M University this fall as School of the Environment student, is one of about 30 students from across the country chosen to participate in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) for U.S. Underrepresented Minority Students Summer Program in Costa Rica, which is funded by the National Science Foundation’s ...

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Fort Lauderdale Native participates in World’s Largest International Maritime Warfare Exercise 

A 2015 Coral Glades High School graduate and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise, Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC). ...

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Broward Health North names Kim Braxl Cole New Chief Financial Officer

Broward Health has named Kim Braxl Cole, CPA, as chief financial officer of Broward Health North.   ...

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NAACP Florida State Conference condemns CFO Patronis’ actions to an African American clemency applicant about the number of children and number of mothers of his children

CFO Patronis asked intrusive questions of an African-American clemency applicant’s regarding the number of children and number of different mothers to the children.  ...

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Dear Mr. Henry,

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to share with you and to those who may find it helpful my experience as a growing boy to young adult ...

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Fort Lauderdale native participates in world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise          

A 2011 Boyd H. Anderson High School graduate and Fort Lauderdale, Florida native, Petty officer Mathew Allen is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise, Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC). ...

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The Unsung And Unseen Heroes Of Public Safety

The Unsung And Unseen Heroes Of Public Safety ...

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Water Taxi

     In addition to year-round great weather, South Florida is replete with wonderful scenery.  Another example can be found on the lush intercoastal waterways. The Water Taxi boat tour of our Intercoastal is a picturesque way to enjoy the scenery. ...

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