Stories tagged: "Floricua"


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Traveling Back Home to Puerto Rico During the Pandemic? Here’s What You Need to Know.

Here are some steps you must follow for the sake of everyone's health.

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Todo lo que debes saber si vas a viajar pronto a Puerto Rico

Muchos puertorriqueños regresan a la isla en esta temporada, pero en el 2020 las cosas no son iguales y hay unos pasos que debes seguir por el bien de todos.

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Brawl Breaks Out During Puerto Rico’s General Vote Audit

A judge ordered the local State Elections Commission to provide a list of early-voting requests to officials. The situation took a sudden turn for the worse.

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Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico Officially Closes. It’s a Massive Blow to Science.

The National Science Foundation said it’s too dangerous to keep operating the single dish radio telescope given the significant damage it recently sustained.

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Viral Videos From Teacher and Student Elevate Debate Over Puerto Rico’s Local Education System

A drama teacher shared her frustration on social media, claiming students are not interested in learning. A student posted a video response saying students are interested, but lack adequate support from the Department of Education.

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Puerto Rican Olga González Becomes Kissimmee’s First Latina Mayor

The city commissioner did not have political aspirations, but her experience working with nonprofit organizations led her to public service.

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Marco López Makes History as the First Hispanic Sheriff in Central Florida

The former deputy sergeant wins the seat on his second try, after being fired by the current sheriff for running for the position.