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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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Dillard president asks Dr. Dre why he gave $35 million to USC and not a Black college

Kimbrough openly asks Dre why he chose to give so much money to USC, as opposed to one of the struggling HBCUs that really could have used those resources ...

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$5 million pledge to enhance minority business in Palm Beach County still lagging

Equally concerning is a 2006 decision by Palm Beach County Commissioners to give the go head for the project contingent upon a $5 million dollar pledge by several Northern Palm Beach County ...

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Beauregard Cummings is still a force to be reckoned with

As one could see, Beauregard Cummings is a force to be reckoned with. He has been serving the community of Fort Lauderdale for many years with many more to come. ...

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Broward League of Cities installs Davie Council member Susan Starkey as new president

The Broward League of Cities installed Davie Council member Susan Starkey as its new president during a ceremony May 4 ...

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The 100 Black Men get ready to give back with 3rd Annual Golf Tournament

The 100 Black Men of Greater Ft. Lauderdale are doing their part to give back to the South Florida community with their third Annual Golf Tournament and Scholarship Luncheon ...

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Trains, Parks, Pullman Porters & A Unique Travel Guide

Steamtown National Historic Site was set aside to provide sufficient year-round facilities and programs so that visitors can understand the role of steam and diesel railroads in the growth of our country ...

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