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  • Plantation Group 5 seat contested between Levy, Badore

    Plantation Group 5 seat contested between Levy, Badore
    Money and more money. That's the issue — or maybe issues — surrounding this year's March 12 city election. All voters in the city are eligible to choose the council member who will take the Group 5 seat. The four-year term comes with a...
  • Coral Springs firefighter was armed guard for drug dealer in undercover sting, feds say

    Coral Springs firefighter was armed guard for drug dealer in undercover sting, feds say
    A Coral Springs firefighter/paramedic is locked up on allegations that he provided armed protection for what he thought was a drug dealer picking up cocaine on four occasions in Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Santiago Gonzalez, 49, of Davie, was...
  • Scott Israel juramenta como nuevo alguacil de Broward | VIDEO

    Scott Israel juramenta como nuevo alguacil de Broward | VIDEO
    Broward tienen oficialmente nuevo alguacil. El auto denominado "hombre bendecido", Scott Israel juramentó el martes como el 16to. Alguacil del condado de broward. Poco después de las 12 p.m., tomó juramento en la oficina de la jueza Ilona Holmes de la...
  • Grown-up themes at Young at Art

    Grown-up themes at Young at Art
    In her art, Tina La Porta uses several media to explore mental illness and her own experiences after being diagnosed schizophrenic. "Chasing Rabbits," her most recent work, addresses the auditory hallucinations that can accompany schizophrenia. In the...
  • Districts faced with phony threats to schools after Conn. shooting

    Districts faced with phony threats to schools after Conn. shooting
    The shooting spree at a Connecticut elementary school last week that left 20 children dead has triggered a wave of phony threats at district schools, officials said Thursday. “They’re up and down the coast,” said Nat Harrington,...
  • Turn in old devices to AT&T and donate value to Cell Phones For Soldiers

    Have an old cell phone or tablet you don’t need anymore and want to help troops? Take it to an AT&T-owned store (not authorized dealer) and request that its trade-in value be donated to Cell Phones For Soldiers, a nonprofit that helps troops...
  • First-ever Fashion Camp for young Glamazons at Nova

    First-ever Fashion Camp for young Glamazons at Nova
    Fashion Camp. I know, I know...you're already thinking of Lady Gaga or Adam Lambert, aren't you? Not that kind of camp silly, I'm talking summer camp. The Broward-based event production company All Things Fashion is doing a Fashion Camp this...
  • Night moves: outdoor fun after dark

    Night moves: outdoor fun after dark
    The first day of summer is less than a month away — a blessing for outdoor enthusiasts up North, a curse for us. A bicycle ride or kayak trip isn't much fun when you're dodging afternoon thunderstorms or slogging through 100 percent humidity....
  • WR Chris Taylor commits to Duke

    WR Chris Taylor commits to Duke
    North Broward Prep wide receiver Chris Taylor is going to have to acclimate to two new campuses over the next year. Taylor, the Sun Sentinel's eighth-ranked receiver and No. 32 overall player in Broward County, committed to Duke University Tuesday...
  • Miami Dolphins 7-on-7 High School Football Tournament set for June 15-16

    The annual Miami Dolphins 7-on-7 High School Football Tournament is back for the sixth year. The Dolphins announced Thursday that the three-day event will take place next month, with games set for June 15 and 16. More than 40 schools from South...
  • Change of leadership at Pompano Beach Fire Rescue

    Change of leadership at Pompano Beach Fire Rescue
    Pompano Beach Fire Rescue has a new chief: John Jurgle, the former assistant chief who was promoted by City Manager Dennis Beach this week. Jurgle has three decades of firefighting experience and is the department's first graduate from the executive...
  • Arcades file legal challenge to new Internet cafe law

    TALLAHASSEE -- Owners of senior arcades officially filed an expected legal challenge to a new law that would potentially shutter the businesses throughout South Florida by outlawing any sort of computer game that mirrors a slot machine as well as many...