LONDON, England – The British government was forced to issue yet another apology to the so-called “Windrush” generation after it was discovered that more than 500 private e-mail addresses were mistakenly shared with recipients of a mailing list for a compensation scheme announced by London recently.
MIAMI —No matter your child's thirst for adventure or budding interests, they can enjoy being artists, athletes, cheerleaders, nature detectives, and so much more, all summer long while enjoying the pure fun of just being kids. The Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department’s “We Have a Camp for That!” summer program offers a bounty of kids’ “favorite things,” ensuring their school break is thrilling and memorable.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Carnival in Jamaica counts as more than just a party for revelers staying at any Courtleigh Hospitality Group property this year. Kingston’s leading hotel collection is inviting guests visiting throughout the month of April 2019 for Carnival in Jamaica to donate needed supplies to local charities through its Pack For A Purpose program. The effort is being organized in conjunction with Pack For A Purpose, a U.S.-based nonprofit organization aimed at positively impacting communities around the world by assisting travelers who want to make meaningful contributions to the destinations they visit.
MIAMI-DADE – County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava partnered with Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade to sponsor National Rebuilding Day 2019 in South Dade on Saturday, April 27. Nearly 200 volunteers answered the call to service and joined forces to provide critical home repairs for vulnerable homeowners, and to help revitalize South Dade neighborhoods.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has released an upgrade to its traveler information system mobile app. The FL511 Mobile App – Connect. Know. Go. is now available for download to smartphones at the Apple App Store and Google Play. Current users will receive an automatic update on their phones.
(Black PR Wire) SARASOTA, Fla. – Visit Sarasota County is pleased to announce the addition of The Newtown African American Heritage Trail as an official attraction on the U.S. Civil Rights Trail, which has more than 100 attractions across 15 states. The Newtown African American Heritage Trail is now the southernmost site. The announcement was made in Sarasota, Florida by Vickie Oldham, founder of Newtown Alive, an organization formed to promote the history and culture of Newtown, one of Sarasota’s oldest communities and Overtown, the neighborhood of the earliest African American settlers.