Hello to our viewers in the United States and around the world today is Tuesday, October 25th, with the headlines making news in your Caribbean-American community in South Florida. Today’s news is brought to you by Grace Aloe, Aloe Vera Drink, Refreshingly Delicious
Here’s a look at our top stories:
A new Miami-based nonprofit called North Miami-Dade CDFI, …has received a $3.65 (million dollar) grant from JP Morgan Chase & Co. …for their innovative proposal to create economic opportunity in Opa-locka and Liberty City… The organization received the money as part of the PRO… Neighborhoods initiative, which seeks local solutions to support distressed communities, with a focus on affordable housing and supporting entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Publix, one of Florida’s largest supermarket chains, continues its celebration of Caribbean culture and cuisine, as a sponsor of South Florida’s famous Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival for the seventh year in a row. This year the annual Festival takes place on Sunday, November 13 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Markham Park in Westong. Publix will be hosting free in-store events featuring Caribbean cuisine, fun giveaways and live music at various stores through November 11th. The next event will be held this Saturday at the Publix in Midway plaza in Tamarac, from noon to 4 p.m.

Early voting in Florida began yesterday and runs through Sunday, November 6th…. CNW 90 hit the streets of South Florida to get voters reaction on this year’s election season.
In sports:
Team Pakistan defeated the West Indies during a hard-fought game in the second Test match of the series between the two countries. Pakistan set the West Indies a daunting 456-run …. target on the fourth day of the match in Abu Dhabi yesterday. At the end of the day, Pakistan had taken four wickets at 171 (hundred seventy-one), leaving the West Indies to bat out the final day, or score a further 285 (eight-five) runs with six wickets intact, for an unlikely win.
Now, here’s what’s trending:
The Government of Jamaica has paid tribute to the late Brian George, CEO of Supreme Ventures Limited, chairman of the Jamaica Gaming Association, and deputy chairman of the National Health Fund, who died last Sunday following a period of illness.  In its tribute, the government acknowledged George’s legacy in the development of Jamaica’s economy. Brian George was 59.
For today’s weather forecast:
Partly cloudy in Broward County with a high of 82 and a low of 74. Mostly Cloudy in Miami-Dade, with a high of 81 and a low of 76.
For more information on these and other stories, visit
Caribbean national weekly.com. Remember to pick up this week’s copy of our Caribbean National Weekly at your nearest Caribbean – American outlet.
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