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May, 2014

 

53rd Anniversary of Mosley Grocery – Oldest Black Owned Business in Indian River County

One can name the “Mom & Pop” black-owned and operated businesses of yester year on one hand. Mosley Family Grocery is still standing as it celebrates 53 years of service to the Gifford Community. The Mosley’s were the 1st family in retail and the odds were insurmountably against them from the very beginning. The founders were Mr. J.W. Mosley and Mrs. Willie Lee Mosley. Mr. J.W. Mosley was fondly known as “Sonny Boy” or “Mr. Mose” in the community. The two founders had a 3rd grade education and a strongRead More


Participate in Brevard’s Manufacturing Day and Prepare for Your Future Career “Open House is October 3, 2014”

Do you like working with your hands?  Do you want to earn a highly skilled technological or engineering profession within a two-year time-frame or less?  Do you want to make a great income doing something you love?  If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then I encourage you to seriously consider participating in Brevard County’s 2014 Manufacturing Day event on Friday, October 3, 2014 from 10 am to 5 pm. This year the 4th annual Florida TechXpo is hosting up to 100 high-tech companies and manufacturers whoRead More


House approves Obama’s Iraq-Syria military strategy amid skepticism

The House on Wednesday approved President Obama’s plan to train and equip moderate Syrian rebels to counter the growing threat of the Islamic State organization, even though lawmakers in both parties remain deeply skeptical about its chances for success. The vote placed Congress one step closer to authorizing the third significant U.S. military operation in Iraq in the past quarter century, and it put lawmakers on record approving U.S. engagement in the years-long Syrian civil war. It delivered Obama much-needed domestic political support as he seeks an international coalition toRead More


Brevard’s Take Stock in Children Program “Hosted a Highly Successful 1st Annual Career Expo”

There was possibly some skepticism in the air, when the Take Stock in Children (TSIC) program manager and her staff boldly began the preparation to bring students from the TSIC and AVID programs together to experience an unprecedented career expo supported by community volunteers, career professionals, mentors and parents.  However, in keeping with the magnificent accomplishments of Brevard’s TSIC program staff, they landed a highly successful career expo on November 8, 2014 at Viera High School. Fortunately, Viera High School’s cafeteria provided adequate space and resources for the 51 careerRead More


Concentrate on improving your grades

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College bound advice

College-bound advice from the experts at Florida Institute of Technology Financial aid – two words that can make or a break a college decision. While college-bound seniors may be more focused on campus life, parents are consumed by the big question: “Can we afford this investment?” While it’s informative to look at a university’s total tuition and fees, or “sticker price,” during the college search process, it’s more important to understand that a student’s actual investment is typically much less. The vast majority of college students receive financial aid, aRead More


Good-bye, maya Angelou, poet of generations

Angelou and President Obama after she received the 2010 Medal of Freedom in the East Room of the White House. The poet and memoirist Maya Angelou died on May 28th, at the age of eighty-six. A civil-rights activist and a professor at Wake Forest University, Angelou—born on April 4, 1928, in St. Louis, Missouri—was the author of works including “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” and received awards including the National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Her public life spanned decades and included a nominationRead More


Pierce Morgan Slams LeBron James For Touching Kate Middleton

Perhaps former CNN talk show host Pierce Morgan failed to realize that the Barclays Center is in the United States, specifically Brooklyn, N.Y., not the United Kingdom. SEE ALSO: Ebola Fighters Are Time’s Person Of The Year In a Rachel Ray segment scheduled to air Thursday, Morgan excoriates Cleveland Cavalier star LeBron James (pictured right) for, uh, touching Kate Middleton (pictured middle) after a game Monday against the Brooklyn Nets, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Prince William (pictured left) and his wife, Middleton, attended the game. “You do not put yourRead More


The Buildings of DLSU

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