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The president of Baltimore City Community College was forced out this week, following a tumultuous two years and a recent dramatic drop in enrollment. President Carolane Williams said she was caught off guard when two trustees called her Monday to say...
Sun SentinelJeff Nelson for Mayor of Southwest Ranches Two energetic and qualified candidates are running for mayor in Southwest Ranches. Jeff Nelson, 55, has occupied the position for the last four years. Before that, he served a term on the Town Council....
Tags: Finance, Elections, Cypress Bay High School , Miami Shores, Business
When she landed at the Atlanta airport 10 years ago, Layla Nash remembers how an immigration officer stamped her Russian passport and warmly said, "Welcome to the United States." Now she feels like she has finally arrived. After becoming a U.S....
brightcove.createExperiences(); While voters waited an hour or two at the West Regional Library in Plantation, they got occasional outbursts of entertainment and encouragement from Democratic activist Jasmin Barnaby. If you looked young, and she...
Tags: Politics, Barack Obama, Elections, Voting
RICHMOND — Louise Rutledge Dowerman, 100 years old, of Danville, formerly of Richmond, the widow of Jacob M. “Jake” Dowerman, died peacefully, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, at her home. Born June 23, 1912, in Richmond, she was a daughter of...
Special to this NewspaperThe sound of the crack of baseball bats and the popping of gloves permeated the air as the Imperial Valley Baseball Network organized, and Brawley Union High hosted a college-scouting workout for selected players at Wiest Field in Brawley on Tuesday...
After a decade as chancellor of Penn State Mont Alto, David C. Gnage has said he will retire in May. He was appointed to the top spot at the college in January 2002, according to a college news release. During his 10 years at the helm of Penn State Mont...
Sun SentinelSouth Florida's job market is still shaky with economists looking at Friday's jobs report to see if the region is still experiencing a wobbly economic rebound from the Great Recession. Broward's unemployment rate rose last month to 8.1 percent from a...
Dances from different continents – one in Europe, the other in Asia – will meet onstage in Fort Lauderdale as two artists perform flamenco and kathak in what the producer calls a fusion of styles. The show, Sept. 8 at the Broward Center for...
Tags: Artists, Customs and Tradition, Dance, India, Coral Gables
Los musulmanes que celebran el mes del Ramadán deben seguir un ayuno estricto durante el día. Pero disfrutan un completo bufé de "Iftar" — la comida que se sirve al final del día, luego de que el Sol se había ocultado. El ayuno del Ramadán —...
Arrestan a padres que dejaron su bebé solo en una habitación del Hard Rock casino para ir a comer y tomarEL SENTINELLos padres de un bebé de 20 meses fueron arrestados luego de supuestamente haber dejado al niño solo en una habitación del Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, mientras ambos fueron a comer y tomar. Natalie Fouche, de 30 años, de Miami, y Albert Thomas...
First teamAlexa Arraste West Broward senior Pos.: Midfielder Comment: She was a terror to defend on the flanks for West Broward. She'll try to prove that she's equally difficult to mark at Florida International. Sarah Guensler St. Thomas Aquinas...
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