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  • FAU to offer free hearing screenings

    Florida Atlantic University's Department of Communication Science and Disorders will offer free hearing screenings in honor of Tinnitus Awareness Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday in the Communication Disorders Clinic on the fourth floor of the College...
  • Excalibur Award: Daniel Cane, Modernizing Medicine

    Excalibur Award: Daniel Cane, Modernizing Medicine
    Daniel Cane was born to be an over-achiever. The son of Lake Worth internist Edward Cane and Nova Southeastern University law professor Marilyn Cane, the Boca Raton entrepreneur said he had no chance of being a slacker. He said his father hoped he...
  • Cirque du CJ gala to raise money for children with autism

    Jeff Staley founded the CJ Foundation for Children in Need after tragedy stuck his family. Staley's sister, a single mother, died from cancer, leaving behind her 5-year-old son CJ. After his mother's death, CJ went to live with a big brother. But...
  • Ex-FAU police officer on trial for 2011 murder

    Ex-FAU police officer on trial for 2011 murder
    Sheri Carter held a bachelor's degree in English literature and was studying for the Law School Admission Test. But the 29-year-old Boynton Beach woman also ran a private escort service out of her apartment, charging customers up to $200 for sex. It's...
  • Boca startup helps people shop like stars

    Boca startup helps people shop like stars
    You can find out "who" your favorite TV stars are wearing — and where to get that outfit or something similar — on WishClouds, a website and app developed in Boca Raton. Celebrities from Nickelodeon, MTV and other TV networks are fashion...
  • Colleges ramp up recruiting of international students

    Colleges ramp up recruiting of international students
    Florida colleges are taking steps to "internationalize" their campuses, making them more diverse and giving students more opportunities to work with people from different backgrounds. Broward College last year hired its first outreach coordinator to...
  • Palm Beach County promotes schools to businesses

    School and economic leaders are partnering in Palm Beach County in an effort to land expanding or relocating businesses. The Business Development Board of Palm Beach County announced an initiative Wednesday between the agency and public, private and...
  • Broward Education Foundation's Motown-themed celebration to bring the hits and raise funds for low-income students

    The Broward Education Foundation (BEF) will host its annual celebration May 2 at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa, located on 3555 S. Ocean Drive in Hollywood. Guests will enjoy the sounds of Motown, which featured artists such as Smokey Robinson & the...
  • Calvary Chapel rocked by pastor scandal but will survive, say parishioners

    Calvary Chapel rocked by pastor scandal but will survive, say parishioners
    When Bob Coy arrived in South Florida nearly 30 years ago to found a Calvary Chapel ministry, he seemed an unlikely man of God. Yet from his first days in front of worshippers meeting in a Pompano Beach funeral home, the admitted onetime cocaine...
  • Olympic Heights football player finds success on the track

    Richard Thompson had the mindset of a typical skill position football player who comes out for track. It would help him maintain his conditioning and he would be a sprinter to help improve his speed. So when Thompson was approached by Olympic Heights...
  • Everglades lessons pushed for Florida students

    Everglades lessons pushed for Florida students
    Reading, writing and the Everglades. A new education effort aimed at Florida schools seeks to help students become "Everglades literate" before they graduate. The idea is to teach children, from kindergarten through 12th grade, how the Everglades is more...
  • FAU event gets under faculty's skin

    FAU event gets under faculty's skin
    Arely Baugh's bicep is decorated with the self-empowerment tattoo "Forever Strong." Amy Lou Grande's upper back contains a birdcage flanked by budding flowers and the title of Maya Angelou's autobiography "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings." Ashley...