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Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott

Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott ...

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Governor Rick Scott Signs 36 Bills into Law

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott signed the following bills into law today: HB 21                         The bill requires the Department of Education to create a uniform, statewide photo identification badge signifying that a noninstructional contractor meets certain background screening and other requirements. CS/SB 56                  The bill updates the protocols of the Department of Health and ...

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Motown The Musical Tony Award Nominee Valisia LeKae NBC’s “The Grio” video feature

MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL’S   TONY AWARD® NOMINEE VALISIA LEKAE NBC’s “THE GRIO” VIDEO FEATURE   WATCH THE SEGMENT   “Valisia LeKae is sweet and spicy as Diana Ross. She evokes that diva in both song and speech.” – USA Today “LeKae nails the understated intensity of Diana Ross.” – Entertainment Weekly   MOTOWN THE MUSICAL’s Tony Award® nominated leading lady Valisia LeKae, who stars in the new hit musical based o ...

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June 3 Community Meeting


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Traditional Memorial Day

I was proud to celebrate my birthday along with the accomplishments of great heroes and sheroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice ...

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Piney Grove First Baptist Church celebrates 109th year anniversary

The Piney Grove First Baptist Church recently celebrated its 109th anniversary and is one of Broward County’s most significant historical institutions. ...

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Rep. Frederica Wilson honors veterans on Armed Forces Day

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson honored some 100 U. S. Military Forces veterans ...

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Oklahoma Tornado deaths revised down to 24, including 9 children

medical examiner’s office has revised the death toll from 51 to 24, including nine children. ...

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Howard University Provost WayneFrederick extols value of HBCUs

HBCUs have a 30 percent graduation rate, with about 32 percent of students at private four-year institutions graduating within six years, along with 29 percent at public schools. ...

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