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  • Intolerance by Broward GOP hurts everyone

    Intolerance by Broward GOP hurts everyone
    If Broward County Republicans are trying to bury themselves, they are doing an excellent job. A hate-filled tirade against gays can do that. The Republican Party wants you to believe they are more inclusive than ever, reaching out to Hispanics and...
  • South Florida Inferno 8U travel team takes Disney title

    Going up to the Disney theme parks can be a lot of fun for families and kids, but a trip to see Mickey Mouse meant a little more than tourism to the South Florida Inferno 8U Travel Baseball Team recently. The sluggers went 5-0 in the Walt Disney World...
  • Entrepreneurs prepare for medical marijuana businesses

    Entrepreneurs prepare for medical marijuana businesses
    Thrity-one businesses in Broward and Palm Beach counties have registered with the state as marijuana-related businesses, banking that voters will approve medical use of the drug on Nov. 4 The businesses — 17 in Broward and 14 in Palm Beach...
  • Broward Health Urgent Care is offering free sports physicals and $15 concussion testing

    Broward Health Urgent Care is offering free sports physicals and $15 concussion testing
    Broward Health Urgent Care is offering free sports physicals and a $15 baseline concussion test to children 10 and older during July and August, according to a news release.   The concussion test, known as the ImPACT test, establishes a baseline of an...
  • Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed

    Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed
    The race for a seat in the state House of Representatives is already over in half of the districts in Broward County. In five of the 14 districts that represent the county, Democratic legislators are returning to office unopposed. In a sixth, District...
  • 5 School Board members draw challengers

    Broward's School Board could possibly be all-female no more. Nearly every School Board member up for re-election this year will face challengers. Friday marked the last day for candidates to qualify to run, with six of the board's nine seats up for...
  • Lauderhill to deal differently with first-time criminals

    Lauderhill staff are getting ready to implement a diversionary program for adult, first-time offenders of non-violent misdemeanors, and among those who will benefit are those caught with less than 20 grams of cannabis. Shoplifting, valued at less than...
  • Springs to sever ties with business-attracting agency

    City Hall South has slipped into the annals of Coral Springs' history. So will the city's Economic Development Foundation (EDF) in a few months. City officials recently voted to terminate the city's contract with the agency that, since its formation in...
  • Coconut Creek Commission tweaks community bus routes

    Coconut Creek is going to be changing their community bus routes to save time and hopefully bring in more riders. Starting July 1, both the North and South community bus routes will undergo minor changes that are designed to save time along the route and...
  • Eye-catching marionettes on display at museum

    Pablo Cano's transformation of everyday objects into enchanting and thought-provoking marionettes is on display at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. The "Pablo Cano: Marionettes to Cake Boxes" exhibition, which runs through Aug. 23, features a sizable...
  • High school adding fire academy and sports medicine training

    Everglades High School in Miramar will offer two new academic programs in the fall for students interested in careers as firefighters or sports medicine trainers. In a partnership with Miramar and Miramar Fire-Rescue, the school will be the newest fire...
  • 'Art of War' can help veterans cope

    'Art of War' can help veterans cope
    Called "The Art of War," a free program at the Coral Springs Museum of Art is intended to help veterans envision a future beyond military life. On July 2 and July 9, South Florida veterans of all ages can spark their creative spirit through whatever art...