Carrizales, Hatillo 00612, Puerto Rico

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787-356-2946

http://www.worldfinancialgroup.com/

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Monday 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM


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Laura Lewis said 4 years ago

Mets prospect Pete Crow-Armstrong set to begin pro journey

nypost.com - 37 minutes ago
PORT ST. LUCIE — At this time last year, Pete Crow-Armstrong was beginning his senior season at the baseball factory known as Harvard-Westlake High School in Los Angeles. Now, after a year that was anything but normal in between, he is getting his first
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North Dakota State’s 39-game win streak snapped

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Javon Williams Jr. and Romeir Elliott each had a pair of touchdown runs, and Southern Illinois beat top-ranked North Dakota State 38-14 on Saturday to end the Bison’s 39-game winning streak. North Dakota State (2-1, 1-1 Missouri Valley), which has won
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The Golden Globes are usually a boozy party. This year's show could have a different vibe.

www.nbcnews.com - 57 minutes ago
The restrictions required by Covid-19 could mean this year’s Golden Globes (8 p.m. ET Sunday on NBC) lose the off-the-cuff spontaneity of the typical show.
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From industrial giant to Covid hotspot: London suburb's past haunts pandemic response

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Why it's time to take pro-Trump secession movement seriously

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Different fight, 'same goal': How the Black freedom movement inspired early gay activists

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