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Global Take Off gathering donations for Puerto Rico – The Daily Tar Heel


Global Take Off gathering donations for Puerto Rico
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Global Take Off: Puerto Rico and the UNC Center for Global Initiatives are accepting donations for local service organizations in San Juan as a part of the center's annual trip to Puerto Rico. Donations will be accepted until the first week in March ...

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Jacksonville family partnering with nonprofit organizations to sail goods to Puerto Rico – ActionNewsJax.com


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Jacksonville family partnering with nonprofit organizations to sail goods to Puerto Rico
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Shawna Downs and her family are working to help people in need by using a big boat to transport supplies, such as clothes, food and medical supplies, to those in need. The family's latest mission is Puerto Rico, where people are still struggling to get ...

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Puerto Rico’s Electric Authority Is Getting A $300 Million Loan – KERO 23ABC News


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Puerto Rico's Electric Authority Is Getting A $300 Million Loan
KERO 23ABC News
Some good news is coming to the island of Puerto Rico: A federal judge approved a $300 million loan for its electric utility. Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority, or PREPA, lost two-thirds of its power distribution system after Hurricane Maria. It ...

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MGOLF Remains in Hunt in Puerto Rico – Purdue Boilermakers


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MGOLF Remains in Hunt in Puerto Rico
Purdue Boilermakers
RIO GRANDE, P.R. -- The Purdue men's golf team moved up two spots to remain in contention at the competitive Puerto Rico Classic, sitting in second place after 36 holes at the Rio Mar Country Club. In a field laced with seven top-35 teams, Purdue is in ...
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Dominion Energy crews return from Puerto Rico relief effort – WWBT NBC12 News


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Dominion Energy crews return from Puerto Rico relief effort
WWBT NBC12 News
Dominion Energy's crews returned from Puerto Rico after spending a month on a restoration mission following the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. Dominion Energy reported 50 percent of the island's residents had power ...
Dominion Energy Restoration Teams Return from Puerto RicoNBC 29 News
Dominion Energy crews return after restoring power in Puerto RicoDaily Press
Dominion Energy restoration teams return safely from Puerto Ricowtkr.com

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Local Restaurants Still Step Up for Puerto Rico – Eater Denver

Eater DenverLocal Restaurants Still Step Up for Puerto RicoEater DenverOver the past five months, chefs and restaurateurs from Dos Abuelas food truck, Bar Dough, Señor Bear, and Candela Latin Kitchen, among others, have contributed to relief efforts in...

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Why does restoring full power in Puerto Rico seem like a never … – NBCNews.com


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Why does restoring full power in Puerto Rico seem like a never ...
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About a third of Puerto Rico's residents — over 900,000 — are still living without electricity five months after Hurricane Maria battered the island on Sept. 20th of last year. As power restoration efforts continue against all odds, it's still hard ...

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San Juan Mayor Calls for End to Puerto Rico’s Colonial Status Amid Slow Hurricane Maria Recovery – Democracy Now!


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San Juan Mayor Calls for End to Puerto Rico's Colonial Status Amid Slow Hurricane Maria Recovery
Democracy Now!
Five months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, swaths of the island still have no electricity, while food and water supplies have been slow to arrive. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, known as FEMA, has been hit by a series of scandals ...

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Five Months After Maria, San Juan Mayor Decries “Disaster Capitalism” & Privatization in Puerto Rico – Democracy Now!

Democracy Now!Five Months After Maria, San Juan Mayor Decries “Disaster Capitalism” & Privatization in Puerto RicoDemocracy Now!As this week marks five months since Hurricane Maria battered the island of Puerto Rico, more than a quarter of the isla...

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