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GROUNDBREAKING OF NEW COCA-COLA FLORIDA FACILITY
 
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GROUNDBREAKING OF NEW COCA-COLA FLORIDA FACILITY

GROUNDBREAKING OF NEW COCA-COLA FLORIDA FACILITY    Since founding Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, LLC  in 2015, chairman and CEO Troy Taylor has overseen significant investments in the company’s fleet, commercial real estate and manufacturing capabilities.  On Thursday, June 16th, Coca-Cola FL broke ground on an 800,000 sq. ft., state of the art sales and distribution facility on […]

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WHITE HOUSE AIDE GIVES BOMBSHELL TESTIMONY OF THE DAY TRUMP INCITED THE CAPITOL ATTACK

Cassidy Hutchinson   Irate that he could not storm the Capitol with his supporters on January 6, Donald Trump physically assaulted a member of his security detail and attempted to grab the steering wheel of the car he was in, a former top White House aide said in an explosive public testimony Tuesday. According to Cassidy Hutchinson, a...

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Men Of Vision Members And MHS Football Players Take Trip To Tallahassee

The young men who took the trip were:   front row, Daniel Buron, Jordan Smith, Jaylon Ball, Mario Pursley, Kaleb Brown, Isaiah Isidore, Ty Andrews, Michael Speights and  Taron McCullough;  second Row, Joseph Szczepek, Sammy Randle, Isaac Lewis, Jailynn Taylor Jailalal, Daniel Baldera and Ja’Mir Shine;  third row: Mikenson Albert, Jorimael Phanord,  Kyler Browning, Terrico Hill, James...

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1,000 Guns Collected In Within 4 Hours Of ‘Gun Buy Back’ Event

   TPD Chief Mary O’Connor and TPD Captain Moss. NFL Retirees Jerry Bell, right, and James Harrell, left, with TPD Deputy Chief Calvin Johnson.   Due to the huge interest from community members looking to safely dispose of unwanted firearms, the Tampa Police will hold another gun buy back in the near future, according to...

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Tampa Track Phenom Erriyon Knighton Narrowly Edged By Rival

Erriyon Knighton   Noah Lyles   Tampa’s  track phenom Erriyon Knighton was defeated by Noah Lyles  at the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships. Lyles, the reigning world champion, won in 19.67 seconds. He finished two hundredths of a second ahead of Knighton, who gave a tremendous effort in the final meters. Knighton, who also qualified...

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Harvard Reveals Ties To Slavery

Lawsuit was filed because Harvard profited from using photos of slaves. While at least 127 state legislatures have passed or proposed bills that censor discussions of race, slavery and gender in public schools and universities, the quest to redeem or compensate for ties to the legacy of slavery continues among private schools and universities. Recently,...

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AJE This week’s Spotlight feature is Aje. Aje is very confident and loves the camera, and she wants to be a very active and highly sought-after model. There is never a shortage of strength and courage when Aje embarks on a venture, and she’s always positive that the end will always justify the means. Congratulations...

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Mishael Morgan of Young and The Restless Becomes FIrst Black Woman To Win an Emmy as Lead Actress

Mishael Morgan History was made last Friday night, as Mishael Morgan of CBS’ Young And The Restless became the first Black woman to win an Emmy lead actress. Morgan, 35, who at one point portrayed the role of Hilary Curtis, now plays Amanda Sinclair on the long-running daytime drama series. At the 49th annual awards ceremony that took...

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Netflix Fires Another 300 Employees As Streaming Giant Loses Nearly 70% Of Value

Streaming giant Netflix has laid off 300 employees in another round of staff departures in a tough year for the company. The news comes a month after Netflix parted ways with 150 employees following a drop in subscriber count in the first quarter of 2022. The streaming platform has already shed around 200,000 subscribers this...

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Black Former Tesla Contractor Balks At $15 Million Award In Racial Harassment Suit

Owen Diaz   A Black former contractor at a California Tesla plant turned down a judge’s offer for a reduced payout of $15 million, setting the stage for a possible second trial. Tesla requested the new trial after Owen Diaz was awarded nearly $137 million last October when a federal jury found Diaz was subjected to a racially hostile...

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