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  • Democrats call Scott a job-killer over high-speed punt

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Democratic lawmakers are blasting Gov. Rick Scott for his decision to punt $2.4 billion in federal high-speed rail money. Republican legislative leaders in Tallahassee convinced rank-and-file¬†lawmakers to go along with the $1.2...
  • Holy cow! 47 jackpot winners in Fantasy 5

     
    When I saw Monday night's Fantasy 5 numbers (14-15-16-17-18) I figured there was a good chance we would have a rolldown. After all, who in their right mind would play five consecutive numbers? So imagine my surprise when I checked and saw 47 tickets split...
  • Kermit Whitfield to join Marvin Bracy in NYC Dream 100

     
    Levonte “Kermit” Whitfield’s surprise Golden South Classic 100-meter dash victory means the Jones sophomore sensation is headed to New York City to join his cousin, Boone junior Marvin Bracy, as the two Florida boys entries in the...
  • Private school with checkered past plans site in Orlando

     
    In Broward County, a private, Christian school was recently the focus of a Miami New Times article about abuses of tuition vouchers for students with disabilities. The school, run by Julius Brown of Lauderdale Lakes, took in over $2 million dollars in the...
  • Thursday memorial service for seven fallen LEOs

     
    ?? A memorial service is planned??Thursday to remember seven law enforcement officers who died on the job.?? The service will be hosted at 10:30 a.m. by the Broward Sheriff's Office,??2601 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale.???? During the ceremony, an...
  • State, fed investigate South Fla lawmaker

     
    State and federal authorities are investigating allegations that state Rep. Hazelle Rogers failed to disclose payments she received for lobbying for a construction company before voting to award it a contract to build a library and cultural center....
  • Bad year for the Taylors - Lauderdale Lakes manager fired, husband ripped by inspector general

     
    The man at the receiving end of today's scathing inspector general report has had quite a bad year. His wife was fired as city manager of Lauderdale Lakes earlier this year. Norman Taylor runs Broward's Office of Economic and Small Business Development....
  • Lauderdale Lakes making "serious'' financial progress

     
    At one point, Lauderdale Lakes' continued existence as a city appeared to be in jeopardy. Tuesday, the signs it was returning to solidity were hopeful. The city was once again before the County Commission, as it seeks to repay a bill for Broward Sheriff's...
  • Inspector general report says Lauderdale Lakes manager violated procurement policies

     
    A Broward inspector general report says Lauderdale Lakes City Manager Jonathan Allen violated city policies last year when he hired a temporary public works director without getting commission approval first. The preliminary report says after Allen...
  • Lauderdale Lakes eliminating deputy vice mayor post

     
    His fellow Lauderdale Lakes commissioners aren’t saying Deputy Vice Mayor Eric Haynes is useless, just his title. Commissioners tentatively voted Tuesday to eliminate the deputy mayor post because they said it’s not needed anymore –...
  • Broward Inspector General confirms gross mismanagement in Lauderdale Lakes

     
    A prelimary report by the Broward County Office of Inspector General substantiates charges of gross mismanagement by city officials in Lauderdale Lakes. It said the city commission was also to blame “because its members failed to review and...
  • Lauderdale Lakes - how not to run a city -- report by inspector general

     
    The economic decline of 2008 was tough for all cities, but for one small burg in Broward, it marked the first chapter in what might now be compiled as a book: How to run a city into the ground. Broward’s inspector general wrote a first draft,...