The mother of 7-year-old Amaria Clark plans to sue the entire school board for the alleged mistreatment her special needs child endured. Airbase Elementary School in Homestead, Florida, is at risk of a federal lawsuit over a teacher accused of bullying Amaria after she was pulled out of their class, CBS Miami reports.
The mother of a 7-year-old Florida girl is taking legal action against the child’s school after a teacher allegedly physically assaulted the second-grader. Amaria Clark, who is developmentally delayed, was a student at Airbase Elementary School in Homestead, Florida until her mother pulled her from class following the encounter with a teacher who has worked for Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS) for 45 years, Miami New Times reports.
Trapland Pat killed the game in 2021 and is on track to start 2022 with a Bang! The Deerfield, FL rapper started last year as a new signee to Fredo Bang’s Bang Biz Entertainment label, following that with the drop of his chart topping single, “Big Business.” As that video nears the 4M views mark, Pat is hinting about a remix, said to appear on his forthcoming as-yet-untitled mixtape.
A man in Florida is accused of purchasing luxury goods for himself and other accomplices by fraudulently obtaining millions of dollars in PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loans. In the Southern District of Florida, the Department of Justice has charged 27-year-old Valesky Barosy with fraudulently acquiring COVID-19 relief loans under the...
Despite rising rates, Miami will move forward with its party which it describes as the "largest in the United States after the Times Square event in New York."
The day before a New Year’s Eve concert in Bayfront Park, Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo and Puerto Rican singer Noelia traded barbs in the media after the pop star canceled her appearance. Carollo, chairman of the agency that manages Bayfront Park, has helped organize a concert with several Latin...
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