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COCONUT CREEK, Fla. – Thanks to the generous support of Food For The Poor donors on #GivingTuesday, hundreds of homes will be built for poor families in parts of the Caribbean and Latin America.

Deerfield Beach and Orlando, Fla. – The oldest of four boys to a single mother, Ramon Sanchez (Class of 1997) dropped out of school during 10th grade to do what he had to do to survive. He stole, lied and did things that he is not proud of, just to get by. Then he heard about the Youth Automotive Training Center (YATC) and discovered a turning point for his life

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent – Former Prime Minister Sir James Mitchell has described his former Finance Minister Arnhim Eustace as his “biggest error” as yet another public spat between the two former leaders of the main Opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) has spilled out into the public domain.

Started in 1990 by acclaimed Jamaican jazz great Sonny Bradshaw, the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival solidified Jamaica’s contribution to the musical genre. Bradshaw, who died in 2009, kept the authenticity of the music alive by refusing to introduce other musical elements into the Festival, which averaged 30 events during the week-long affair. It was always pure jazz. Now approaching it’s 30th year, the Festival has maintained it’s originality, thanks to jazz singer and wife of the late Bradshaw, Myrna Hague.

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