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Alligators caught climbing fences and swimming across roads in Florida

Most people know alligators get just about everywhere in Florida, but now they’ve really leveled up. Videos from last week show one swimming in the middle of a busy road — and another climbing a fence. One of the intrusive reptiles was filmed on Thursday swimming in a giant puddle in the middle of an intersection during a downpour…

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Veteran School Bus Driver Dies In Traffic Accident

CYNTHIA GIBSON 6/29/1960 — 8/12/2019   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor               For more than 36 years, Ms. Cynthia Gibson accepted the responsibility of driving children to and from school. She had planned to retire after this year to pursue her own interests. However, Ms. Gibson died in a traffic accident on Airport Road…

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Mayor Jane Castor

Mayor To Host Second New Vendor Certification Tour

MAYOR JANE CASTOR   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   Last month, Mayor Jane Castor introduced the Vendor Certification Tour. The first event was held at the Cyrus Green Community Center on July 13th. On Saturday, August 24th, the second event will take place at Barksdale Active Older Adult Center, 1801 North Lincoln Avenue,…

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St. Peter Claver Welcomes Spiritual Leaders

FATHER THEOBALD WERIA (Father Theo) …New Spiritual Leader at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church   The St. Peter Claver Catholic Church and School Family welcomes Father Theobald Weria, Pastor of this 125-year-old historical institution of faith and educational advancement. Father Theo, as he is affectionately called, completed his Theology studies at St. Charles Lwanza College and…

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DIANNE HART (NEW)

State Rep. To Host Appropriations Workshop

DIANNE HART State Representative SEN. DARRYL ROUSON Special Guest   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   On Saturday, August 17th, State Representative Dianne Hart will host a “Lunch & Learn” Appropriations Workshop. The event will take placein the Media Center at the Carter G. Woodson K-8 School, in the Media Center, 8715 N….

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County Commissioners Honor Teacher Of The Year, ‘Dr. Dre’

  Board Chairman Les Miller is shown in front with Dr. Dre. Board members in the rear are: Sandy Murman, Pat Kemp, Stacy White, Kimberly Overman, and Mariella Smith.             Last week (August 7th), the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners presented a commendation to Dr. Dakeyan C. Graham, an educator and musician from King…

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David and Ana Francisco

Police Continue To Search For Missing Endangered Juvenile

ANA FRANCISCO- MIGUEL AND SON DAVID FRANCISCO The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to search for a missing 6-month-old boy and his mother. The two left their Plant City home last Tuesday. According to police, Ana Francisco-Miguel, 17, left on foot with her infant son, 6-month-old David Francisco. The last time they were seen was 12…

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Nikki Fried

Trump Trade Policies Bring Chaos To The Florida Economy, Farmers And Consumers

NIKKI FRIED Florida Commissioner of Agriculture  DARREN SOTO U. S. Representative   The state could lose 8,000 jobs, $389 million   S. Rep. Darren Soto for Florida’s 9th District and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried discussed the growing concerns on tariffs imposed by the Trump Administration’s trade policies on the sunshine state. Retaliatory tariffs enacted by…

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Alvin Hollis

FAMU Welcomes Athletes In A “First Ever” All Sports Reunion

ALVIN HOLLIS Sports Information Assistant Director at FAMU   TALLAHASSEE — Some of the greatest athletes to walk the highest of seven hills will return to the campus of Florida A&M University September 12. The Florida A&M University Athletic Department, in partnership with the FAMU All Sports Reunion 2019 Planning Committee, is hosting “Don’t Ask…

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