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Man Gets Nearly 4 Years; Must Repay $326,133 TO IRS In Tax Fraud Case

Man Gets Nearly 4 Years; Must Repay $326,133 TO IRS In Tax Fraud Case

  WALTER FAMBRO   Last week, a federal judge sentenced a Tampa man to serve time in federal prison. He pleaded guilty to filing false federal income tax claims November 28, 2016. U. S. District Judge Charlene E. Honeywell sentenced Walter Fambro to serve 3 years and 10 months in prison for his role in…

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U. S. Navy Engineer Wins ‘STEM Black Engineer Of The Year’ Award

U. S. Navy Engineer Wins ‘STEM Black Engineer Of The Year’ Award

  DWAYNE NELSON Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division engineer, is shown holding his ‘2017 Black Engineer of the Year’ (BEYA) Award For Community Service.’ Recently, the U. S. Navy held their “2017 Black Engineer Of The Year” (BEYA) Awards” gala. The award winners are engineers honored for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) achievements….

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Lillette’s Alzheimer’s And Arts Foundation Sponsors Benefit Concert

Lillette’s Alzheimer’s And Arts Foundation Sponsors Benefit Concert

Lillette’s Alzheimer’s And Arts Foundation Sponsors Benefit Concert An organization founded in 2005 as Lillette’s Foundation for the Arts, blossomed into, Lillette’s Alzheimer’s and Arts Foundation (a 501c3 organization) in 2016 to include Alzheimer’s Awareness. The organization will be hosting a benefit concert, dinner and dance on Sunday, February 26, 2017. The 5 p. m….

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‘United For Peace’ Walk Set To Address Teen Violence

‘United For Peace’ Walk Set To Address Teen Violence

  REV. ERIC W. GALLMAN, SR., Pastor, Agape Christian Church MRS. HELEN NEAL-ALI CEO, Agape Christian Church Outreach and Community Learning Center BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor    Rev. Eric Gallman, Sr., pastor of Agape Christian Church, and its congregation is extending an invitation to members of the community to join them on…

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Tampa’s 2nd Chance Center 4 Boyz At Miles Elementary Wins $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Grant

Tampa’s 2nd Chance Center 4 Boyz At Miles Elementary Wins $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Grant

From the left are: Benjamin Kelly, District Secretary for Rep. Shawn Harrison; Michelle Stone and Greg Cannella, Miles Elementary School Administrators; Keith Babb, Director for 2nd Chance Center 4 Boyz; and Herma White and Joyce Coleman, State Farm Agents. 1.8 million votes were cast in an effort to bring a $25k Neighborhood Assist grant to…

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$1.2 Million In Tax Fraud Scam Gets Man 6 Years

$1.2 Million In Tax Fraud Scam Gets Man 6 Years

ADRIAN LARK   Last Thursday, a federal judge sentenced a Tampa man to serve time in federal prison for theft of government funds and aggravated identity theft. He pleaded guilty on September 28, 2016. S. District Judge Mary Scriven sentenced 37-year-old Adrian Lark to 6 years in federal prison. According to court documents, on May…

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Leadership Network Created At USF To Help Black Students

Leadership Network Created At USF To Help Black Students

By Kenya Woodard Sentinel Feature Writer   Jerry Bell with USF president Judy Genshaft at USF event, Anndrikk Frazier and former State Rep. Ed Narain are 3 of the founders of the Black Leadership Network. A new initiative recently launched at the University of South Florida will provide more scholarship monies to the school’s Black…

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1.8 M Sign Petition To Stop Trump’s Visit To UK

1.8 M Sign Petition To Stop Trump’s Visit To UK

Protesters in London against President Trump’s proposed visit. An online petition calling for Donald Trump to be prevented from making an official state visit to the UK has passed 1.8 million signatures. The petition, on the government’s official petitions site, which at one point was being signed by more than a thousand people a minute,…

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USF Unveils Preliminary Renderings For Its New Medical School In Downtown Tampa

USF Unveils Preliminary Renderings For Its New Medical School In Downtown Tampa

On Tuesday, the University of South Florida unveiled preliminary renderings of the future home of its USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute in downtown Tampa. The $152.6-million building features angles and facets offering unique viewpoints from within and ample windows to allow reflective light into work and learning spaces.  Skanska/HOK is the…

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‘Who’s Eating ME. A 21st Century Guide To Personal Evangelism’ Is The Latest Release From Dr. Jeffery Johnson

‘Who’s Eating ME. A 21st Century Guide To Personal Evangelism’ Is The Latest Release From Dr. Jeffery Johnson

Who’s Eating Me, A 21st Century Guide To Personal Evangelism is a simplistic, but delightful approach to strengthen congregations and the individual believer in the areas of evangelism, discipleship, and mentorship. It introduces another comfortable approach of sharing ones faith and beliefs without intimidation. This book leads its readers down a path of discovery to…

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Electrical Fire Damages Downtown Marriott Hotel

Electrical Fire Damages Downtown Marriott Hotel

             The fire started at this location on top of the building. It was restricted to the southwest corner of the building. (Photograph courtesy of Tampa Fire Department). Thursday night, the Tampa Fire Department was called to extinguish a fire at a Tampa hotel. The cause of the fire was determined to be an electrical…

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Popular Tampa Police Officer Retires After 21 Years Of Service

Popular Tampa Police Officer Retires After 21 Years Of Service

  Master Police Officer Susan Bowers is show with Tampa Police Chief Eric Ward.   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   In January 1996, Ms. Susan Bowers graduated from the police academy after completing several weeks of training. She was one of the individuals sponsored by the Tampa Police Department. At the time…

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