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  • Monday's Bulletin Board

    Monday Commit 2B Fit, 6:30 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library,, 16835 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines. Free. Call 954-357-6580. Eat Your Way to Better Health, 1 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines. Free. Call 954-357-...
  • If You Go: USTA National Clay Court Championships

    IF YOU GO USTA National Clay Court Championships When: Sunday through July 20 What: The best junior tennis players in America will be competing for prestigious Gold Balls in the various age groups. Where: Boys' 14s are at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center...
  • America's top junior tennis players hold court in South Florida this week

    For tennis fans in need of a fix with the U.S. Open still five weeks away, they can get a sneak preview of the stars of tomorrow at the several USTA National Clay Court Championships tournaments being held across South Florida starting Sunday. The...
  • 2014 Women's Golden Gloves attract Olympians, Hall of Famers

    Though Marlen Esparza has won an Olympic Bronze medal, eight national titles and been featured in ESPN the Body Issue, she is still willing to accept fighting advice. After she defeated Maureeca Lambert to earn her sixth Golden Glove in Fort Lauderdale...
  • Clash intensifies over travel to Cuba

    Clash intensifies over travel to Cuba
    WASHINGTON — Pressure from some Florida members of Congress is making it harder to travel to Cuba even as thousands of their constituents line up to fly to the forbidden island. The stream of passengers from South Florida to Cuba has slowed...
  • Former bank director suspended after indictment

    A former director of OptimumBank Holdings has been suspended from working in the financial industry in Florida, after his indictment on federal health care fraud charges in Illinois. The Florida Office of Financial Regulation issued an emergency...
  • Teen boxer sets Olympic goal

    Again, Chasity Martin leaned on her trainer. Less than 25 minutes after her loss to Anna Crutchfield for an amateur national boxing championship, her head rested affectionately on the shoulder of Stacy McKinley, who had become a trainer and father figure...
  • Howl at the moon

    Howl at the moon
    Tonight, South Florida, it's time to howl at the moon, flirt with a fire dancer, and dance away your troubles to the beat of a drum. Here are some places where you can bask in the light of a full moon. At Tsukuro (225. S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.,...
  • Riviera Beach man accused of stealing over 5 tons of wire from job, deputies say

    Riviera Beach man accused of stealing over 5 tons of wire from job, deputies say
    A Riviera Beach man is accused of stealing more than 10,000 pounds of aluminum wire from the electric company for which he worked, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office arrest report. Jerome Dawkins, 41, faces burglary and grand theft charges...
  • Zen and cruising: An unlikely pair

    Zen and cruising: An unlikely pair
    If your idea of a cruise is less about stuffing your face and more about feeding your soul, there really is such an option: The Zen Cruise. "Not everyone on a cruise is going to eat, drink and party," said Val Silidker, of Delray Beach, who co-...
  • Fort Lauderdale's Hunter-Reay nominated for ESPY

    Fort Lauderdale's Hunter-Reay nominated for ESPY
    After narrowly edging out Helio Castroneves to win the Indianapolis 500, Fort Lauderdale's Ryan Hunter-Reay has the chance for a win in Hollywood. Hunter-Reay is headed to the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the ESPYS, where he is nominated for best...
  • Bank-robbing senior who wanted medicine and roof over head gets prison

    Bank-robbing senior who wanted medicine and roof over head gets prison
    A 71-year-old homeless man who said he robbed a bank to get medical treatment and a jailhouse roof over his head was sentenced Friday to two years and four months in federal prison. George Hernandez was a longtime customer at the SunTrust bank on Fort...