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Broward County Commission News – First Time Homebuyers Invited to Attend New Home Open House on Saturday, August 24

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. -- In an effort to provide energy efficient and affordable housing for individuals and families of low, moderate and middle income, the Broward County Housing Finance and Community Development Division has worked with two local developers to construct 21 energy efficient homes in the central County neighborhoods of Roosevelt Gardens and Washington Park. The approximate $3.7 million cost ...

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  August isNational Black Business  Month  That's Right!! There are many black-owned businesses that you can support during the 31 days of August, and you are encouraged to do so throughout your communities, respectively. Not only during the month of August, but support these businesses throughout the year. For there are many businesses that provide excellent products and services that need your s ...

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Arthur Wells named federal employee of the year

Arthur Wells was named Federal Employee of the Year in the region from West Palm Beach to Key West. ...

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Civil Rights leaders meet with President Obama on Voting Rights

[caption id="attachment_16609" align="alignleft" width="617"] Al Shaprton and other voting rights advocates speak with press[/caption] Civil Rights leaders meet with President Obama on Voting Rights Al Shaprton and other voting rights advocates speak with press after meeting with President Obama.                                                                        (NNPA Photo by Freddie Allen) By Freddie ...

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Gun violence leading cause of death of Black children

Gun violence is the leading cause of death among Black children and teens, ...

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BSO expands opportunities for local business owners

Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development to increase local business ...

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‘Dream Defenders’ continue sit-in in Florida’s Governor’s office

The group of college aged-students who have kept Florida Gov. Rick Scott out of his Tallahassee office off and on for more than two weeks call themselves the “Dream Defenders.” ...

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State approves exhumation of unmarked graves at shuttered reform school

South Florida to begin exhuming human remains from unmarked graves at the now-defunct Arthur G. Dozier School in Marianna, Florida. ...

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