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Wilmington Ten team thanks Black Press for pardons

First and foremost, we want to thank God Almighty and in thanking God, we thank the National Newspaper Publishers Association for your courage, for your dedication, for your steadfastness and commitment ...

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Setting the Standard

Setting the Standard -- Sergeant Stephanie Poitier Coker set high goals for herself when she joined the Broward Sheriff’s Office over 11 years ago ...

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Inspirational Breakfast

When Martin Luther King, III spoke at the 9th Annual YMCA Broward MLK, Jr. Inspirational Breakfast in Fort Lauderdale ...

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MLK Day of Service

MLK, Jr. Memorial Committee of Pompano Beach planned this year's event, they not only focused on a Day of Service, they also wanted to recognize many of the community’s leaders and behind the scenes workers. ...

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FAMU’s Simply Marvelous wins 10th National Championship

FAMU Simply Marvelous women’s flag football team has won 10 national championships, exhibiting that the team is just that — simply marvelous. ...

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Fort Lauderdale Community Development Corporation’s First Annual

The Fort Lauderdale Community Development Corporation (FLCDC) will present its first annual “Building Communities Block by Block” fundraising event ...

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Personal File – People on the move

Personal File – People on the move ...

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Kiwanis of Central Broward expands services through the Broward County Community Action Agency, Inc.

Kiwanis of Central Broward is expanding the Dictionary Project by partnering with the Broward County Community Action Agency, Inc. For the past five years, Kiwanis has given from 700 to 1,200 dictionaries to third grade students of schools in the 33311 Zip code area ...

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Bethel AME Church-Pompano celebrates annual Men’s Day

Bethel, pastored by Rev. Eddy Moise, Jr., Senior Pastor, will again hold a special service to honor the achievement and commitment of men to their families, church, and community ...

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A DAY OF SERVICE

Brothers of the Zeta Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. began their Day of Service by joining some of the City of Fort Lauderdale dignitaries, Mayor Jack Seiler, Vice-Mayor Commissioner Bruce Roberts, City Manager Lee Feldman, Chief Frank Adderley (Brother) BCSB Superintendent Robert Runcie and Major Anthony Williams (Basileus of Zeta Chi) in the Annual MLK Parade ...

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