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  • People on the move

    Public relations/marketing Toby Srebnik has joined Hollywood-based Fish Consulting as social media director. Claibourne Smith joined the firm as an account manager and Andie Biederman as account executive. In addition, Chad Cohen was promoted to...
  • New PB rail station looks like ones in Broward, Miami

    – All Aboard Florida's modernistic new train station is expected to help revitalize a ragged stretch of downtown between Clematis Street and City Place, officials said Monday as plans for the new stop were unveiled. Renderings show a 60,000-square-...
  • New scholarship available for special needs students

    Educating and caring for a child with special needs puts an expensive burden on parents. A new state scholarship program that began taking applications on July 18 will provide an average of $10,000 to parents of Florida children with significant special...
  • Mission to Israel accomplished

    A group of Jewish leaders from Miami recently visited Israel during the current crisis and experienced the tense situation firsthand. The local travelers were among more than two dozen American Jewish communal leaders who recently toured communities in...
  • Fort Lauderdale boat show expanding footprint to 7 locations in 2014

    Fort Lauderdale boat show expanding footprint to 7 locations in 2014
    The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) is adding another location and other first-time offerings this year as part of efforts to improve the event year after year, organizers announced Monday. The Pier 66 Marina along Southeast 17th...
  • Craigslist-related robberies prompt Weston, Boca police to offer safe space for transactions

    Craigslist-related robberies prompt Weston, Boca police to offer safe space for transactions
    Forget about dark alleys. Craigslist is becoming a popular place for criminals to lurk, so South Florida police agencies are opening their doors to online buyers and sellers looking to close a danger-free deal. There have been at least five cases in...
  • Judge won't free 551-pound man from house arrest

    Judge won't free 551-pound man from house arrest
    A 551-pound former pharmacist, confined to 30 months of house arrest for his role in a massive South Florida pill mill ring, now wants his sentence reduced. His argument: He's too heavy to leave home anyway, so house arrest is unnecessary. The federal...
  • W Hotel & Residences sold to Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross

    W Hotel & Residences sold to Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross
    The W Hotel & Residences in Fort Lauderdale has been sold to a company headed by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. It will remain a W Hotel. Ross owns the New York-based Related Cos. Related Fund Management, an affiliate of Related, bought all 147 of...
  • W Hotel & Residences cambia de dueño

    Dueño de los Dolphins compra el W Hotel & Residences en Fort Lauderdale Beach
    El W Hotel & Residences en Fort Lauderdale ha sido vendido a una empresa dirigida por dueño de los Dolphins de Miami, Stephen Ross. Aunque, seguirá siendo un W Hotel. Ross es dueño de Related Cos., con sede en Nueva York. Related Fund Management,...
  • New rail station to pump up stretch of downtown WPB

    New rail station to pump up stretch of downtown WPB
    –All Aboard Florida's modernistic new train station is expected to help revitalize a ragged stretch of downtown between Clematis Street and City Place, officials said Monday as plans for the new stop were unveiled. Renderings show a 60,000-square-...
  • Coral Springs man killed when motorcycle hits wall on Turnpike

    Coral Springs man killed when motorcycle hits wall on Turnpike
    Even after a motorcycle accident last year left him with scapes and bruises, Tyler Smith never considered giving up riding. "He felt so free and happy on his bike," said Lori Smith of her 21-year-old son. "He loved it." Smith, of Coral Springs, died...
  • Security ambassadors to patrol Pompano and Fort Lauderdale

    Security ambassadors to patrol Pompano and Fort Lauderdale
    They may be security guards, but they're wearing yellow polo shirts, driving golf carts and riding bikes, and they've got the time to give directions, walk someone through a parking lot when it's late and tell a visitor where to get a cup of coffee. The...