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COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS ENDORSES DONNA E. SHALALA FOR U.S. CONGRESS - SEAT 27
 

Donna E. Shalala is running to win Florida’s 27th Congressional District – a seat that is considered a key pickup opportunity for Democrats in their fight to take back the House. This has been one of the most hotly contested races during perhaps one the most important mid-term elections in years. As a long-time resident here, Shalala is unapologetic in her love for South Florida’s... Read More »

 
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JAVIER FERNANDEZ IS THE BEST CANDIDATE FOR FLORIDA HOUSE DISTRICT 114
 

Over the years, there’s been a lot of controversy surrounding holders of Florida House Seat 114. It’s time for that to come to hard stop – with Democrat Javier Fernandez, the best candidate. But we’re not here to rehash history – rather, to express our great hope and confidence in candidate Fernandez. If elected to this district, he will represent Miami-Dade County residents from Cutler Bay and Pinecrest northward to Coral Gables, West Miami, and Flagami. We are excited about the prospect of Fernandez being elected. It will certainly be a new day for voters... Read More »

 
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COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS AND PBA ENDORSE JAMES FIELD
 
Community Newspapers is pleased to join the Miami Dade County Police Benevolent Association (PBA) in endorsing candidate James Field for Pinecrest Village Council Seat 4. A resident of the village since he was a very young child, we get the sense that James has Pinecrest in his blood – by that we mean he knows deeply what this village is about, what it stands for, and what it takes to safeguard the quality of life for the people who live, work, and play here. James not only wants to protect the village heritage... Read More »
 
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NIKKI FRIED FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES
 

The Junior Orange Bowl kicked off its monumental 70-year Festival Season at the Newman Alumni Center on Thursday, Sept. 20. Members, guests and sponsors celebrated a great evening of tracing back to the organization’s humble beginnings, while anticipating its paramount festival season. The Junior Orange Bowl highlighted... Read More »

 
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48TH ANNUAL ORANGE BOWL PRAYER BREAKFAST IS DEC. 27
 
There’s a special event that happens every year and I hope you’ll consider participating and helping out this worthwhile fundraiser. The 48th Annual Orange Bowl Prayer Breakfast is on Thursday December 27, in support of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes of South Florida. It’s at 7:30 a.m. at Jungle Island, 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will celebrate student-athletes... Read More »
 
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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN MEET WORLD WAR II TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
 
Over one thousand Miami-Dade County public schoolchildren enjoyed an incredible field trip where they met a heroic World War II pilot, viewed a restored P-51 fighter and watched an exciting film highlighting the famous Tuskegee Airmen of that era.   94 year-old Lieutenant Colonel Harold Brown (USAF Retired), one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, was the star attraction... Read More »
 
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SHOES FOR STREETS & STUNNA’S FIT MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ONCE AGAIN
 

Just one week after Hurricane Michael ravished through the panhandle of Florida and its surrounding areas, South Miami native Gabriel Varona and his Shoes for Streets team headed up to Panama City with loads of water, canned foods, diapers, and other essential supplies needed after such a devastating hurricane. Many are saying that this was the panhandle’s equivalent to Hurricane Andrew... Read More »

 

 
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