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Immigration ‘consultant’ made $4 million bilking undocumented people, feds say

Sun Sentinel 06 Jun 2024
Citizenship and Immigration Services for Spanish-speaking and Haitian Creole-speaking immigrants ... Customs and Border Protection agent and former ICE employee who could provide services to undocumented people in the U.S.
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Coldwater neighbors shared cultural diversity at downtown jubilee

The Daily Reporter 22 May 2024
This past year, there was an influx of Haitian French Creole-speaking students. "We're looking at the opportunities to improve our services for all kids and figure out how to do that best for each unique culture." ... You're gonna have kid issues.
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New healthcare center fills a gap in underserved Broward County areas

Sun Sentinel 16 May 2024
... and children’s services, said the medical staff at the new center, particularly nurse practitioners, speak English, Spanish, and Creole, the languages used most often in the surrounding neighborhoods.
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May is Haitian Heritage Month: Norwich is celebrating with art show, flag raising

The Bulletin 08 May 2024
After the success of last year's Haitian Heritage Month, the Greeneville Neighborhood Committee is doing it again ... The library also has books in Haitian Creole in its collection, Multicultural Services Coordinator Bassam Gayed said ... Mondays in May.
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Names in the News: People shaping the future of Lake Area business

American Press 05 May 2024
Creole Nature Trail leadership ... With eight years of dedicated service to the board, Wendy Walker Harrington is the newly appointed Chair of the Creole Nature Trail District Board of Commissioners.
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Rocking Horse sees more growth in immigrant patients

Springfield News-Sun 04 Apr 2024
This has created some challenges, like providing sufficient interpretation services, Teegala said. The health center has about six employees who speak Haitian Creole but spent about $300,000 on audio, visual and telephone interpretation services.
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For Haitian Diaspora, Gang Violence Back Home Is Personal

Voa News 25 Mar 2024
Until now ... "Before, you could say things were OK ... We lost faith ... Her cousin was killed by gangs last year ... The U.S ... An evangelical Christian church two blocks away offers Sunday services in Creole, a sign of how Haitian culture has permeated the city ... .
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For Haitian diaspora, gang violence back home is personal as hopes dim for eventual return

Detroit news 23 Mar 2024
Until now ... “Before, you could say things were OK ... We lost faith ... Her cousin was killed by gangs last year ... The U.S ... An evangelical Christian church two blocks away offers Sunday services in Creole, a sign of how Haitian culture has permeated the city ... ___.
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For Haitian diaspora, gang violence back home is personal as hopes dim

Canoe 23 Mar 2024
Until now.Advertisement 2. Story continues below ... Article content. We apologize, but this video has failed to load ... An evangelical Christian church two blocks away offers Sunday services in Creole, a sign of how Haitian culture has permeated the city ... .
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Delray Beach election: Polls close at 7 p.m. as voters will elect a new mayor

The Palm Beach Post 19 Mar 2024
He has lived in Delray Beach for 18 years.Public service ... He has lived in Delray Beach for more than 30 years.Public service ... She has a background in management and analytics, after spending 30 years with IBM Corporation.Public service.
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Sweden’s Flag Raised at NATO

Voa News 12 Mar 2024
VOA Creole Service chief Sandra Lemaire has an update on the situation on the island ... VOA’s Bill Gallo reports from Beijing. .
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Delray Beach elections: City will have a new mayor for the first time in six years

The Palm Beach Post 11 Mar 2024
He has lived in Delray Beach for 18 years.Public service ... He has lived in Delray Beach for more than 30 years.Public service ... She has a background in management and analytics, after spending 30 years with IBM Corporation.Public service.
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Ram Madhav writes: With Mauritius joining project, India\u2019s rising power in the Indian Ocean

Indian Express 02 Mar 2024
Even the Mauritius government, to which Agalega belonged, used to dispatch a shipload of essential commodities to its less than 300 inhabitants, almost all Creoles, only once in three months.
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Ram Madhav writes: With Mauritius joining project, India’s rising power in the Indian Ocean

Indian Express 02 Mar 2024
Even the Mauritius government, to which Agalega belonged, used to dispatch a shipload of essential commodities to its less than 300 inhabitants, almost all Creoles, only once in three months.
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Master your Mardi Gras celebration with red beans and rice

The Virginian-Pilot 13 Feb 2024
Red beans are a staple for Creole dishes. (Dreamstime/TNS) By Tribune News Service . Tribune News Service ... Still, no dish is as quintessentially Creole as red beans and rice.

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