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Sun-Sentinel
Trump returns for season 2 at Mar-a-Lagomanner in which growers' licenses have been awarded, what's one more? The Assoc
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manner in which growers' licenses have been awarded, what's one more? The Associated Press's Gary Fineout reports that a Miami-Dade nursery and a man who suffers from epilepsy have jointly filed a lawsuit demanding the Office of Medical Marijuana... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
South Florida lawyer charged with stalking ex-girlfriendA Miami Beach lawyer was arrested Tuesday and charged with harassing his ex-gir
Orlando Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
A Miami Beach lawyer was arrested Tuesday and charged with harassing his ex-girlfriend for seven months, trying to hack into her social media and store service accounts, using her e-mail address and phone apps to set up dinner and massage... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Medical marijuana license delays challenged in lawsuittheir feet by failing to grant new pot licenses. The plaintiffs in the latest
Sun-Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
their feet by failing to grant new pot licenses. The plaintiffs in the latest challenge include Bill's Nursery, Inc., a Miami-Dade County grower that lost out when the Department of Health handed out an initial round of medical marijuana... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
With sharing tables, schools turn to picky kids to help feed hungry classmatesmore affluent families, such as Spanish River High in Boca Raton. Eight Palm B
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 hours ago
more affluent families, such as Spanish River High in Boca Raton. Eight Palm Beach County charter schools also use them. Miami-Dade County schools says share tables are an option but administrators don't keep track of how many schools use them, a... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Christensen: Shipt delivers alcohol, Walmart expands free personal-shopping pickup service | Commentarywith Orlando-based ABC Fine Wine & Spirits to offer one-hour delivery of beer,
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 3 hours ago
with Orlando-based ABC Fine Wine & Spirits to offer one-hour delivery of beer, wine and spirits in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Shipt charges $7 for alcohol delivery on top of membership fees, which are $14 per month or $99 a year... Read more
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Miami New Times
Record Store Day Black Friday Urges You to Shop Locala price of ten for a a dollar. And while collectors seem to jump at the opport
Miami New Times / Posted 4 hours ago
a price of ten for a a dollar. And while collectors seem to jump at the opportunity to sift through crates of used vinyl, Miami's actually home to South Florida's largest record store carrying all-new pressings. In the Coral Terrace area of West... Read more
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Miami New Times
Record Store Day Black Friday Urges You to Shop Locala price of ten for a a dollar. And while collectors seem to jump at the opport
Miami New Times / Posted 4 hours ago
a price of ten for a a dollar. And while collectors seem to jump at the opportunity to sift through crates of used vinyl, Miami's actually home to South Florida's largest record store carrying all-new pressings. In the Coral Terrace area of West... Read more
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Miami New Times
Judge Steve Leifman Fights to Treat Instead of Jail Mentally Ill Miamianssimply being sick. He helped create the Criminal Mental Health Project, which h
Miami New Times / Posted 5 hours ago
simply being sick. He helped create the Criminal Mental Health Project, which has diverted so many people from prison that Miami-Dade was able to close the entire Women's Detention Center in 2012. The groundbreaking program has evolved into an... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Crime rates for first half of 2017 down statewide but up in Broward, data showsCrime rates for the first half of 2017 are down statewide, including in Palm Be
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 6 hours ago
Crime rates for the first half of 2017 are down statewide, including in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, but not in Broward County where there was an uptick in overall crime. Reported rapes saw a statewide increase compared to the same time... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Trump's visit to Florida met with protests over immigration decision for Haitiansto absorb so many of its children," said Gepsie Metellus, executive director of
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
to absorb so many of its children," said Gepsie Metellus, executive director of Sant La, the Haitian Neighborhood Center in Miami. "This is a sad day, a very shameful day, a depressing day especially on a Thanksgiving eve where a nation of... Read more
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Miami New Times
Ex-Miami Mayor and Accused Domestic Abuser "Crazy Joe" Carollo Wins Electionwho won the 2016 presidential election by stealing the entire "Loco Joe" playbo
Miami New Times / Posted 17 hours ago
who won the 2016 presidential election by stealing the entire "Loco Joe" playbook page-for-page. Carollo rode to power in Miami politics 30 years ago by being himself: That is, a two-bit liar, a publicity-monger, and a delusional paranoiac... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Boca Raton man admits to receiving kickbacks in Medicare fraud schemeA Boca Raton man has admitted in federal court that in exchange for kickbacks h
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
A Boca Raton man has admitted in federal court that in exchange for kickbacks he referred criminal defendants from Miami-Dade state court to a Miami mental health clinic for unnecessary treatment, prosecutors said Tuesday. Over six years, Samuel... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Hurricane Grill & Wings joins Ponderosa, Fatburger at FAT Brandslist of locations that have opened and closed in recent years, including in Boc
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 17 hours ago
list of locations that have opened and closed in recent years, including in Boca Raton, Coconut Creek, Royal Palm Beach and Miami. Over the past several years, the chain has expanded into — and then pulled out of — Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Lawsuit: State of Florida ignoring medical marijuana lawofficials and state legislators have acted since voters approved medical mariju
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
officials and state legislators have acted since voters approved medical marijuana a year ago. Bill's Nursery, located in Miami-Dade County, and Michael Bowen want a judge to order the Department of Health to hand out new licenses for treatment... Read more
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Miami New Times
Rep. Kionne McGhee Persuaded a Confederate-Loving Senator to Back a Monument to SlavesTexas Southern University. He returned to Miami, where he worked as an assistan
Miami New Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Texas Southern University. He returned to Miami, where he worked as an assistant state attorney and an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College and wrote two books about his experiences. In 2012, he won a race for the Florida House. You have... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
End of immigration status for many Haitians sparks protest near Mar-a-LagoHaitians? It is not even that many,” said U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, whose dis
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
Haitians? It is not even that many,” said U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, whose district includes parts of Broward and Miami-Dade counties. TPS recipient Elizabeth Fabien, 31, a businesswoman who splits her time between Pembroke Pines and... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Palm Beach Democrat chair Terrie Rizzo running for state's top spotas leader of the Florida Democratic Party. Party leaders will vote for the next
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
as leader of the Florida Democratic Party. Party leaders will vote for the next state chairman in a meeting Dec. 9. The Miami Herald's Patricia Mazzei reports that, while Bittel resigned his post, he'll stay on as a state committeeman from... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Florida man bites police officer during warrant hearingMiami (AP) — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
Miami (AP) — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into custody during a hearing in a Miami courtroom. Miami-Dade police spokesman Argemis Colome tells news outlets the officer suffered a "severe injury" when Godel Leveille... Read more
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FOX News
Florida man attacks, bites police officer during warrant hearing, officials saywas arrested again Monday after he attacked and bit a police officer who was ta
FOX News / Posted yesterday
was arrested again Monday after he attacked and bit a police officer who was taking him into custody during a hearing at a Miami courtroom, officials said. Godel Leveille, 29, was in court for a hearing on a warrant when a judge ordered him taken... Read more
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FOX News
Florida man attacks, bites police officer during warrant hearing, officials sayGodel Leveille was arrested after he allegedly attacked and bit a police office
FOX News / Posted yesterday
Godel Leveille was arrested after he allegedly attacked and bit a police officer in a Miami courtroom. (WSVN) A man with a previous history of assaulting cops was arrested again Monday after he attacked and bit a police officer who was taking him... Read more
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Miami New Times
Dade Police Union President Ousted After 24 Years of Defending Bad Copsin 1993, beating the incumbent union chief by just 68 votes. At the time, the t
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
in 1993, beating the incumbent union chief by just 68 votes. At the time, the then-37-year-old Rivera was a sergeant in the Miami-Dade police working the midnight shift in the property section. Almost immediately, Rivera went to work to defeat a... Read more
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Miami New Times
After Hurricane Outages, Miami-Dade Could Make Traffic Lights Solar-Poweredsignals, Levine Cava is also working on a resolution that could require backup
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
signals, Levine Cava is also working on a resolution that could require backup power for cell phone towers located within Miami-Dade limits. "It seems that we didn't treat cellular service as infrastructure to the same extent that we did... Read more
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Miami New Times
Dade Police Union President Ousted After 24 Years Of Defending Bad Copsin 1993, beating the incumbent union chief by just 68 votes. At the time, the t
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
in 1993, beating the incumbent union chief by just 68 votes. At the time, the then-37-year-old Rivera was a sergeant in the Miami-Dade police working the midnight shift in the property section. Almost immediately, Rivera went to work to defeat a... Read more
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Miami New Times
After Hurricane Outages, Miami-Dade Could Make Traffic Lights Solar-Poweredsignals, Levine Cava is also working on a resolution that could require backup
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
signals, Levine Cava is also working on a resolution that could require backup power for cell phone towers located within Miami-Dade limits. "It seems that we didn't treat cellular service as infrastructure to the same extent that we did... Read more
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Miami New Times
Trump Administration Will Deport 24,000 Haitians Living in South Florida by 2019movement kicked into high-gear in an attempt to help keep the country's Haitian
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
movement kicked into high-gear in an attempt to help keep the country's Haitian population from deportation. In October, Miami-Dade County officials passed a resolution asking the Trump administration to extend the program. The measure noted that... Read more
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Miami New Times
Trump Administration Will Deport 24,000 Haitians Living in South Florida by 2019movement kicked into high-gear in an attempt to help keep the country's Haitian
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
movement kicked into high-gear in an attempt to help keep the country's Haitian population from deportation. In October, Miami-Dade County officials passed a resolution asking the Trump administration to extend the program. The measure noted that... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Florida man bites police officer during warrant hearingMIAMI (AP) — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted yesterday
MIAMI (AP) — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into custody during a hearing in a Miami courtroom. Miami-Dade police spokesman Argemis Colome tells news outlets the officer suffered a "severe injury" when Godel Leveille... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Airport evacuated over toyTHE Miami International Airport was briefly evacuated on Saturday night after a
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Miami International Airport was briefly evacuated on Saturday night after a janitor found what appeared to be an explosive device in an unattended bag. Fox News and the Miami Herald report passengers and airport personnel were evacuated from... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Florida man bites police officer during warrant hearingMIAMI — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into cust
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
MIAMI — Authorities say a man bit a police officer who was taking him into custody during a hearing in a Miami courtroom. Miami-Dade police spokesman Argemis Colome tells news outlets the officer suffered a “severe injury” when Godel Leveille bit... Read more
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Herald Sun
Airport evacuated over toyTHE Miami International Airport was briefly evacuated on Saturday night after a
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
THE Miami International Airport was briefly evacuated on Saturday night after a janitor found what appeared to be an explosive device in an unattended bag. Fox News and the Miami Herald report passengers and airport personnel were evacuated from... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
First seeds planted in giant Apollo Beach medical marijuana warehousea lease on a property there,” said Tipton. “We’re also looking for another loca
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted yesterday
a lease on a property there,” said Tipton. “We’re also looking for another location in Hillsborough. We are looking in the Miami-Dade area and then, obviously, Orlando as well.” Plants of Ruskin is one of only 13 nurseries statewide that were... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Coming out as trans just start of journey for teen, familydevote time to Theo and his medical and emotional needs. Her husband — Theo's f
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted yesterday
devote time to Theo and his medical and emotional needs. Her husband — Theo's father — supported the family on his job with Miami-Dade County's transportation department. Having a child with a history of self-harm, who was diagnosed with depression... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
November 21recounts going, extending the deadline for amended returns from hand recounts i
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted yesterday
recounts going, extending the deadline for amended returns from hand recounts in four Florida counties (Broward, Miami Dade, Palm Beach, and Volusia) to Nov. 26. The decision would later be vacated by the U.S. Supreme Court. [ + -... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Palm Beach County Democrat to run for state party post after resignationsfrom low approval ratings. In addition, Florida Democrats this year won a speci
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
from low approval ratings. In addition, Florida Democrats this year won a special election for a state Senate seat in Miami-Dade and the mayoral race in St. Petersburg. Rizzo was already selected to be chairwoman of the Florida Democratic... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Tourists flock to South Florida hotels in October, brush off lingering effects of Hurricane IrmaHurricane Irma, we do want to celebrate that so far this year, all our hotel pe
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Hurricane Irma, we do want to celebrate that so far this year, all our hotel performance metrics show positive growth.” In Miami-Dade County, hotels also posted higher occupancy, ADR and RevPar from a year ago of 74.6 percent, $161.94 and $120.79,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Chris Matthews rips Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama for looking down on ‘white working people’white voters to vote for President Trump. Without naming names, the host of MS
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
white voters to vote for President Trump. Without naming names, the host of MSNBC’s “Hardball” told a crowd at Florida’s Miami Dade College that past comments made by Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton had alienated white working Americans. “Ever since... Read more
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Miami New Times
Jasmen Rogers Fights for What's RightRogers strives to chip away at the deeply ingrained anti-blackness in the area.
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
Rogers strives to chip away at the deeply ingrained anti-blackness in the area. Last month, she helped organize the Miami March for Black Women, where hundreds united in protest and celebration. "It makes me hopeful that people are ready to... Read more
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Miami New Times
The Return of Loco Joerepeatedly was picked by Mayor Richard Daley to attend city functions. When he
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
repeatedly was picked by Mayor Richard Daley to attend city functions. When he was fifteen years old, his family moved to Miami. In 1973, at age eighteen, Carollo was anxious to get into public service; he applied to become a firefighter, a... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Holiday gas prices will be highest in three yearstend to vary widely. The average per-gallon prices in the tricounty region on M
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
tend to vary widely. The average per-gallon prices in the tricounty region on Monday were $2.53 in Broward County, $2.58 in Miami-Dade County and $2.60 in Palm Beach County. But while South Florida prices tend to run higher than the rest of the... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
‘Chainsaw Nun’ who helped hurricane cleanup honored by Miami Heather hometown basketball team. Sister Margaret Ann, the principal of Archbishop
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted yesterday
her hometown basketball team. Sister Margaret Ann, the principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School in southwest Miami-Dade County, was surprised during a pep rally by former Miami Heat star Shane Battier. “We got her here under the ruse... Read more
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Reality TV World
Elderly horse hoisted from watery ditch in Floridawas python hunting while off duty Sunday when he came across an elderly and ema
Reality TV World / Posted 2 days ago
was python hunting while off duty Sunday when he came across an elderly and emaciated horse trapped in a ditch in southwest Miami-Dade County. Santiago contacted authorities and a team from the South Florida SPCA Horse Rescue responded to the... Read more
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Boston Herald
Florida used to post inspections of troubled nursing homes. It has scrubbed the website.MIAMI — On a good day, Olga Vasquez would dress up in the morning, apply makeup
Boston Herald / Posted 2 days ago
MIAMI — On a good day, Olga Vasquez would dress up in the morning, apply makeup and stand in the hallway at her Hialeah Gardens nursing home, helping other residents get in and out of wheelchairs or offering unsolicited advice. On a bad day, her... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Derek Jeter going to 'learn on the job, I guess' in transition to Marlins CEOwhen you get there it’s overwhelming. It’s hard to believe at times. That’s the
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
when you get there it’s overwhelming. It’s hard to believe at times. That’s the case here as well.” Jeter is living in Miami and, he said, went back to the Tampa area for only two days in his first month and a half in charge of the Marlins.... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Three Republicans have a dream of defeating Wasserman SchultzReyes and Carla Spalding are running for their party’s nomination to challenge
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Reyes and Carla Spalding are running for their party’s nomination to challenge Wasserman Schultz next year in the Broward/Miami-Dade County 23rd Congressional District. Each says there’s a path to victory, but political strategists said their... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
PolitiFact Florida: Did Rick Scott run ads bragging about Florida's minimum wage?Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine wasted no time attacking current Gov. Rick Scot
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine wasted no time attacking current Gov. Rick Scott as he jumped into the 2018 governor's race. In a Nov. 1 speech announcing his run, Levine, a Democrat, criticized the governor for being so proud of the state's minimum... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Protesters decry alleged animal abuse at Monkey JungleBeach Post Staff Writer Monkey Jungle is home to nearly 400 primates, most run
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 2 days ago
Beach Post Staff Writer Monkey Jungle is home to nearly 400 primates, most running free on a 30-acre reserve in south Miami-Dade off U.S. 1. Closed since Hurricane Irma caused damage in September, Monkey Jungle is still drawing crowds.... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Dolphins LB Chase Allen replaces Rey Maualuga in lineup; WR Kenny Stills (back) will play vs. Buccaneersunclear who will start at middle linebacker, Maualuga’s former spot. Maualuga w
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
unclear who will start at middle linebacker, Maualuga’s former spot. Maualuga was released Saturday after his arrest in Miami-Dade County late Friday night. Among the small surprises on the active roster are linebacker Stephone Anthony being... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Florida man wanted for slaying of unborn baby, shooting pregnantwere shutting down. Heidy Bowen, who was eight months pregnant, remains hospita
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 3 days ago
were shutting down. Heidy Bowen, who was eight months pregnant, remains hospitalized but her baby died after 12 days. Miami-Dade police released a wanted poster Friday seeking Wayne Collier, 28, on charges of murder and attempted murder, the... Read more
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FOX News
'Chainsaw nun' who helped Hurricane Irma cleanup honored by Miami Heat By Samuel Chamberlain The chainsaw-wielding nun who was featured in a viral
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
By Samuel Chamberlain The chainsaw-wielding nun who was featured in a viral video cleaning up debris after Hurricane Irma was honored for her efforts Friday by her hometown... Read more
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FOX News
'Chainsaw nun' who helped Hurricane Irma cleanup honored by Miami Heather hometown basketball team. Sister Margaret Ann, the principal of Archbishop
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
her hometown basketball team. Sister Margaret Ann, the principal of Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School in southwest Miami-Dade County, was surprised during a pep rally by former Miami Heat star Shane Battier. "We got her here under the ruse... Read more
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