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  • Outdoors notebook

    Dolphin tournament: June 27 is the final entry deadline for the June 28 Mahi-Mahi Madness II Charity Fishing Tournament. Put on by the Sons of The American Legion Post 304 in Dania Beach, the tournament's fishing hours are 6 a.m.-4 p.m. The weigh-in is 1-...
  • Outdoors calendar

    June 27: Night Owls bass tournament, 7 p.m.-2 a.m., Everglades Holiday Park. Entry fee $70. Contact Luke Campbell at fishfind26@aol.com. June 28: The Sons of The American Legion Post 304 in Dania Beach have the Mahi-Mahi Madness II Charity Fishing...
  • Obama honors NASCAR champ Jimmie Johnson at White House

    WASHINGTON As a Chicagoan and die-hard basketball fan, President Barack Obama described Jimmie Johnson on Wednesday the only way he knew how: He's the Michael Jordan of NASCAR. Obama welcomed Johnson, a six-time champion in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,...
  • 200 ADT workers renovate Habitat house

    200 ADT workers renovate Habitat house
    In 90-degree heat Wednesday, 20 ADT employees spent their day cutting plywood and nailing it to the frame of a Habitat for Humanity house in West Palm Beach. "I'm having a blast," said Steve Shapiro, vice president of industry relations, his forehead...
  • How to give a commencement speech after you've been fired

    The close of May brings with it so many iconic images: warm temperatures, blooming foliage and a long line of college graduates who stride across stages nationwide to accept diplomas, snap selfies and solemnly move tassels from right to left,...
  • Habitat for Humanity builds its image on Michigan Avenue

    Habitat for Humanity builds its image on Michigan Avenue
    As an international nonprofit, Habitat for Humanity has made its name helping people with financial challenges move from renting to homeownership. The organization was one of the more prolific homebuilders during the depths of the recession, offering...
  • John Burroughs High sends off grads

    John Burroughs High sends off grads
    Poised to take on life’s next adventure, nearly 600 John Burroughs High School graduates celebrated the end of their high school career on Thursday during a ceremony on the school’s Memorial Field. “I’m ready to graduate,”...
  • Patricia Lee MyersNovember 6, 1919 - April 29, 2014

    Patricia Lee Myers<br/>November 6, 1919 - April 29, 2014
    Patricia Lee Myers, a long time La Canada resident, died in her home on April 29th, 2014. She had lived for 94 years. If the sense of hearing is indeed the last to retire, then while being comforted by the supportive and loving hands of her family, her...
  • Welsman tries an orchestra for size

    Welsman tries an orchestra for size
    She's been singing for a while, and she's toured extensively throughout the world, but Canadian-born jazz singer and pianist Carol Welsman still calls herself the new kid on the block. Welsman, who will be appearing at the Glendale Alex Theatre on May...
  • Seminole Hard Rock announces charity donations, 10-year event

    Seminole Hard Rock announces charity donations, 10-year event
    Ceremonies are slated for midday Friday to mark 10th anniversary celebration of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, which first opened on May 11, 2004.    A special “Ten-a-Year for Ten Years” presentation at Hard Rock Live...
  • Obamas' federal tax rate rose as their income fell in 2013

    WASHINGTON-- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama watched their income fall and their federal tax rate go up in 2013, according to IRS returns released Friday by the White House. In a joint filing, the couple reported an adjusted gross income...
  • Locals make FHSAA Academic All-State Team

    Four area high school athletes were named to the Florida High School Athletic Association's All-Academic Team on Monday. The Benjamin School's Riley Burke, St. Thomas Aquinas' James Fraser, Sagemont's Andrea Martinez and Jupiter Christian's Lindsey...