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Commissioner Jordan (far right) with Anne Manning, of Habitat for Humanity, City of Opa-locka Commissioner Timothy Holmes, and Mayor Joseph L. Kelley.
The demolition of dilapidated property by Opa-locka’s Washington Avenue became a symbol of a new beginning. On October 6, Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan, joined by officials from the City of Opa-locka and Habitat for Humanity, celebrated what will soon become 26 single family homes, making homeownership possible for several families in the area.
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Alison Austin
The sixth annual Restaurant Week Jamaica kicks off November 13, 2010 and runs through November 20. The seven-day culinary celebration is bigger than ever this year with a record 60 restaurants spanning Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. The event will offer some of Jamaica’s best meals at prices discounted by at least 30%. Patrons will feast on prix fixe menus from a full range of origins such as Chinese, Japanese, Mediterranean, Italian, Indian, French and Jamaican for prices from $17-45. Restaurant Week Jamaica is endorsed by the Jamaica Tourist Board and sponsored by the Gleaner newspaper.
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P.J. Patterson
CARICOM Special Representative on the Reconstruction of Haiti, and former Prime Minister, the Most. Hon. Percival James Patterson will be the guest lecture at the 12th annual Eric Williams Memorial Collection Lecture Series to be held on Friday (Oct. 15) at the Florida International University, College of Law, South Campus, at 11200 SW Eighth Street in Miami.

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P. Dell
Reprinted from the Palm Beach Post

The night her husband finally came for her, raging, jealous and armed with a pistol, Natasha Whyte-Dell was surrounded by her seven children in their house by the cemetery.

Patrick Alexander Dell, 41 - whose growing anger and increasingly violent behavior has been chronicled in court records and police reports for the past three years - forced his way inside early Monday and started shooting. When he was finished, Whyte-Dell, 36, and four of her children were dead, according to city police, neighbors, relatives and friends. A fifth lay bleeding from a gunshot wound to the neck but would survive.

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