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Caleb Hammonds, 28, currently attends Northwest Florida State College and is improving his life through helping others in need.

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Toni Brewer: A life of basketball

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Recover, relocate, restart: Drag queen finds new home after Hurricane Michael

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A treasurer possesses qualities that include an orderly and methodical way of thinking, an eye for detail and the ability to make decisions with confidence.

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In the new series Chad Loves Michelle that premiered Sunday evening on OWN network, singer Michelle Williams of the world-renowned girls’ group Destiny’s Child spoke openly about her battle with depression, inspiring others to …

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Pensacola Rookie to Professional: Maura Little

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With only graduating just seven months ago from the University of West Florida, Maura Little is already creating a name for herself. While being the marketing & communications coordinator at Big Brothers Big Sisters of …

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