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  • Giving people the opportunity to make a difference

    Giving people the opportunity to make a difference
    Name: Janice Mancini Del Sesto recently joined the South Florida Wildlife Center in Fort Lauderdale as the senior director of development, from Boston Lyric Opera Company where she was chief executive officer. Why the career move: This was an...
  • Florida man named "Cocaine" arrested on drug charge

    Florida man named "Cocaine" arrested on drug charge
    The judge did a double-take and there were giggles aplenty in bond court Wednesday when a bailiff announced the name of a man arrested for drug possession: Edward Cocaine. "What?" uttered a stunned County Judge John "Jay" Hurley. "My last name is...
  • Another airline start-up has eyes on South Florida

    Avatar Airlines doesn't have any aircraft yet, or sufficient operating capital to get approval from federal agencies to fly, but that's not stopping company executives from touting its plans as the next big thing for the flying public. Previously...
  • Lauderhill's Children's Services Council funds literacy program for homeless

    Children's Services Council and Russell Life Skills and Reading Foundation have joined hands to promote literacy among homeless youth. Headquartered in Lauderhill, the Council recently approved $35,000 in funds to support "Hope for Literacy," a year-...
  • Loomes Wheeler Jr.: Windermere woman helped sex-abuse suspect flee to the Bahamas, deputies say

    Loomes Wheeler Jr.: Windermere woman helped sex-abuse suspect flee to the Bahamas, deputies say
    KISSIMMEE — Millionaire fugitive Loomes Wheeler Jr. has been returned to face child-rape charges in Osceola County, where authorities say he cut off his GPS monitor and fled to the Bahamas last year with the help of a former business associate....
  • Cruise ships shuffled

    Cruise operator Royal Caribbean International has changed its plans: Port Everglades will not get the exciting new class of cruise ship it had expected. China will. Royal Caribbean announced the changes late Wednesday, a move to take advantage of the...
  • Publix promises: No more lightweight chickens

    Publix promises: No more lightweight chickens
    Publix makes a guarantee to customers, saying if the scanned price of an item exceeds the shelf or advertised price, you get it for free. It's known as the "Publix Promise." Janet Feldman, 57, of Davie says she has used that promise for nearly a...
  • Latest District and Regional Track Results (April 17)

    District 15-3A Boys team scores Boyd Anderson 152; Coconut Creek 127.5; McCarthy 112.5; Dillard 99.5; Stranahan 73.5; Pines Charter 59; Hollywood Hills 11 Individual results 3,200 relay — Boyd Anderson 8:21.86; Archbishop McCarthy 8:34.51;...
  • Broward high school results and schedules

    SOUTHWEST RANCHES — Javon Patterson has had an agenda during his junior track season at Boyd Anderson. After finishing second in the 800 meter run at last year's Class 4A state championships, Patterson put a plan together to make sure that doesn'...
  • Seminar to deal with cutting college costs

    During April and May, Tropical Financial Credit Union will host a free series of lunch-and-learn events to help college-bound teenagers and their parents find ways to cut education costs. The first "Money Matters: Beyond Tuition" program will be Saturday...
  • YogaFest gets a foothold

    YogaFest gets a foothold
    If you're looking to stretch your yoga practice, YogaFest is Saturday. Every two hours will bring a new slate of South Florida instructors. Music, food and wellness booths will create a festival vibe, said YogaFest co-director Kelly Brookbank. The...
  • While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another

    While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another
    The mystery of Flight 19 remains unsolved. Yet, as a result of the quest to unravel that riddle, another bewildering aviation case has just been cracked. New evidence led two aviation sleuths to believe that a TBM Avenger found in the Everglades 25 years...