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Neighbors in Religion: Lack of respect shown to President Obama in Roseburg, Oregon | Miami Herald

I love America. But there are times when I am actually ashamed of the actions of some of my countrymen and women. Such a time was last week when President Barack Obama visited Roseburg, Oregon, to console the families of victims of the recent mass killing at Umpqua Community College. Bea L. Hines When I learned the president was taking time from his busy schedule to spend a few minutes with the bereaved families, I was touched. It...

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Exercise can relieve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease | Living | The Sun Herald
Sep22

Exercise can relieve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease | Living | The Sun Herald

Claire Hackett, a retired dietitian, never saw herself as a “jock.” But at 77, the Palmetto Bay, Fla., mother of seven is enrolled in a twice-weekly indoor cycling class at the UHealth Fitness and Wellness Center west of downtown Miami. She walks the treadmill and takes yoga classes at the Y and takes chair yoga and music therapy classes at her local park. Source:...

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Real estate transaction for the week of Aug. 20-26 | Palm Coast | Palm Coast Observer
Sep17

Real estate transaction for the week of Aug. 20-26 | Palm Coast | Palm Coast Observer

Check out your neighbors real estate transactions. Belle Terre OneWest Bank Mortgage Servicing, of Austin, Texas, sold the home at 198 Parkview Drive to Sherry Ulrich, of Palm Coast, for $99,900. Built in 1981, it has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a swimming pool, storage building, fireplace and 1,840 square feet of living area. Previously sold in 2002 for $132,500. Source:...

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The Sunshine Economy: Transportation In South Florida | WLRN
Sep15

The Sunshine Economy: Transportation In South Florida | WLRN

How South Florida gets around, or doesn’t, is increasingly a matter of public debate. Climbing commuting times, more tolls and long-promised but never delivered public transportation projects like BayLink are pushing our collective patience. It costs commuters money and costs the economy lost productivity. As the region has grown across political boundaries, transportation planning has not kept pace. Source:...

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$2.8 million to fund Alzheimer’s study by UM’s Dr. Loewenstein
Sep09

$2.8 million to fund Alzheimer’s study by UM’s Dr. Loewenstein

A University of Miami Doctor of Psychology with a distinguished background in neuropsychology is embarking on a study to distinguish between normal aging and early signs of memory loss, thanks to a $2.3 million federal grant and an additional $500,000 from the State of Florida. “We’re very excited about the study potential,” said Dr. David … Source:...

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Westminster Christian celebrates new school year with picnic and fireworks
Sep07

Westminster Christian celebrates new school year with picnic and fireworks

Westminster Christian School in Palmetto Bay celebrated the beginning of another school year with its annual Back to School Picnic and Fireworks on Friday, Aug. 14. Held on the school’s athletic fields, nearly 2,000 people attended the annual event which draws families from preschool through 12th grade. Parents and students renewed friendships and enjoyed a … Source:...

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