Florida’s population is growing, but its infrastructure and state services are crumbling. Governor Rick Scott has a plan to attract businesses and corporations with inexpensive state services and low state taxes […]
Florida A&M University Provost Larry Robinson will take over the duties of president of the school following a unanimous vote Monday of the university trustees, which an hour earlier had accepted the immediate resignation of President James Ammons. […]
The noun bus and the verb busing take on a unique significance when viewed in the context of the civil rights movement. Few words have had such a polarizing effect on people than these two simple words-bus and busing. […]
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).
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 […]
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.