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  • Best for Broward Circuit Court: Feren, McLawrence, Bailey and Schulman,

    Best for Broward Circuit Court: Feren, McLawrence, Bailey and Schulman,
    Broward County is the 17th Judicial Circuit. Circuit Court judges are a rung above County Court judges and handle serious criminal cases including homicide, burglary and child abuse. They hear civil cases involving more than $15,000. The judges...
  • Trolling for university presidents is profitable niche for Dallas headhunter

    When it comes to filling the highest posts of higher education, Bill Funk is the reigning king of the hill. The 64-year-old principal of R. William Funk & Associates in Dallas has placed a new president or chancellor nearly every month for the last two...
  • BBHS's new principal strives for 'continuous improvement'

    Fred J. Barch, 52, is the new principal of Boynton Beach Community High School. Originally from Pennsylvania, Barch is married to Sandy and the couple has two children, Julia, 21 and Collin, 18, who recently graduated from Park Vista Community High...
  • Maryland to pay $31 million exit fee to ACC

    The Sports Xchange Maryland to pay $31 million exit fee to ACC The University of Maryland must pay the Atlantic Coast Conference $31 million as an exit fee for leaving to join the Big Ten. The ACC sought a $52 million exit fee in 2012 but agreed on the...
  • To pick Broward judges, try a dartboard

    Most voters wouldn't recognize a Broward judge if they fell over one. Or, given recent embarrassing events involving our judiciary, if one fell over them. Armed with scant information other than candidates' names, Broward voters must sort out six...
  • Diver, 22, dies on first day of lobster miniseason

    Diver, 22, dies on first day of lobster miniseason
    The start of the two-day miniseason turned deadly when a 22-year-old experienced diver surfaced unconscious in South Florida's waters. Joseph Grosso, of Lighthouse Point, had been diving for lobster in 40 feet of water off Pompano Beach, when a boat...
  • Beneath the Waves Film Festival screens globally, acts locally

    Beneath the Waves Film Festival screens globally, acts locally
    Conversations about ocean pollution, endangered species and climate change often leave people feeling powerless. But a group of scientists is attempting to change that through their traveling film festival Beneath the Waves, which will appear Saturday...
  • Tennis players compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships

    Tennis players compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships
    Junior tennis players from across the nation came to Delray Beach on their summer breaks from high school to compete with 400 of their peers in the USTA Boys' 18 & 16 National Clay Court Championships held at Delray Beach Tennis Center. Even though...
  • Hospital boot camp makes exercise fun for kids

    As soon as she heard the word "go," Ashley Jackson grabbed her orange dumbbells, lifted them above her head and then lowered them to her sides. To the sound of the pulsating music, she continued with the dumbbells until she heard Rickey Dickenson say...
  • Diplomacy key in talks with Iran

    The White House is determined to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. Secretary John Kerry and his team are working around the clock to piece together an epic deal that would prevent such a catastrophe. There is bipartisan, as well as...
  • Challenger pushes liberal causes in Democratic primary

    Michael Etienne is trying to make some points by challenging U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson in the Democratic primary in District 24, which straddles Broward and Miami-Dade counties. But he doesn't expect to win. The Democrat-dominated district —...
  • 'Canes AD Blake James talks NCAA closure, facilities, and more

    Blake James is excited. For the first time in three years, his athletic program will begin a new season without the cloud of NCAA uncertainty looming. There have been a number of major facilities improvements on campus that he believes will help Miami...