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Klassy Club announces winners of the ‘Leading the Dream Sweet 16’ Contest

Klassy Club, a leading mentoring group for girls, has tabulated the winning scores of the coveted “Leading the Dream – Sweet 16” Contest ...

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Rosa Marie Newsome Saulsby to celebrate her 86th birthday

Rosa Marie Newsome Saulsby to celebrate her 86th birthday ...

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It’s all about diversity and unity!

“The Goal is to try to build the community and provide or host an event that gets people from the city to come together and interact and enjoy the various activities at these events, ...

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Westside sit-down with City PIO

This adventure will allow us to write and cover stories as well as meet newscasters, Public Information Officers (PIO) and workers who are in the broad field of Journalism. ...

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Zeta Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. awards six $1,000.00 scholarships

The Zeta Chi Chapter awarded six $1,000.00 scholarships to graduating high school seniors of Broward County. Listed below are the names of award recipients, high school and college selection. ...

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Broward Tuskegee Alumni moving forward

Broward County Tuskegee Alumni Club has been involved in several successful ventures positively impacting alumni, students, friends, and supporters of Tuskegee. ...

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FAMU hires new Deans in Environmental Science and Science Technology and a New Police Chief

Florida A&M University (FAMU) Interim Provost Rodner Wright announced today that he has filled two dean positions at the University ...

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George Zimmerman’s lawyer goes on Fox to discuss Trayvon Martin’s drug use, text messages

O’Mara had already made his case to Fox News, touting images of Trayvon Martin smoking weed and allegedly ...

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Mount hermon 9th Annual Father and son breakfast

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Westside Gazette partners in literacy

The Westside Gazette partners with the Oscar Thomas Foundation to present “Masterpiece in the Park,” an 8 week summer literacy camp that encourages students ages 5-12, to tap into their creativity, and improve their academic, and speaking skills. During weekly visits, WSG staff use the newspaper to facilitate writing activities with campers who serve as WSG Junior reporters. At the conclusion of the program ...

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