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Wells Fargo announces settlement with U.S. Department of Justice regarding mortgages

Reaffirms commitment to fair and responsible lending of plan to discontinue funding mortgages that are originated, priced and sold by Independent Brokers l Announces agreement with City of Baltimore dismissing litigation and launching program to support local housing recovery Reaffirms commitment to fair and responsible lending of plan to discontinue funding mortgages that are originated, priced and sold by ...

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Urban League installs their new Young Professionals

The Young Professionals Network of The Urban League of Broward County installed their new officers Wednesday, July 11, at a ceremony in their brand new building at The Community Empowerment Center, located next to the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC). ...

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Broward County Health Department offers on line ordering

Ordering Death Certificates from the Broward County Health Department is now easier and more convenient than ever. ...

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Greater Miami Chamber announces recipients of its annual Military Service Person of the Year Awards

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce celebrated the accomplishments of outstanding local military personnel at its 25th annual Military Service Person of the Year Awards. The awards were presented July 11 at the Chamber’s monthly Trustee Luncheon at Jungle Island ...

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Democrats zero in on Scott in Presidential Election

Gathering in South Florida for their annual fundraising soiree, state Democrats made clear what they believe is their strongest argument against Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Florida: Gov. Rick Scott. ...

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I need your Support

I have been selected to attend the Presidential Inaugural Conference in Washington, D.C. between Jan. 19 and Jan. 23, 2013 ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale Community Investment Programs applications now available

The City of Fort Lauderdale is currently accepting grant applications for the 2013 Neighborhood Community Investment Program (NCIP) and the Business Community Investment Program (BCIP). ...

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‘The Submerged Middle Class’ emerge…The Dixie Court Story

The Public Housing Act has always been controversial. Several reasons have come from proponents and opponents alike. ...

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Is Jesse Jackson, Jr. suffering from depression?

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr's doctor recently announced that the Illinois Democrat has been absent from Congress in order to receive treatment for a mood disorder. ...

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CGC Richard Etheridge’s motto: ‘In Behalf of Humanity’

Even though it was illegal to do so, his master also taught him to read and write. After the fighting began between the States in April 1861, the Outer Banks were the site of one of the first Northern invasions, in February 1862. ...

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