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  • Geraldo Rivera to broadcast live from Plantation job fair Sept. 11

    Geraldo Rivera to broadcast live from Plantation job fair Sept. 11
    Award-winning journalist Geraldo Rivera is slated to broadcast his national radio show from Plantation Wednesday during a job fair targeting veterans, former law enforcement members and South Florida residents. “It’s one thing to talk to the...
  • Double dippin': Seeking fishy recipes

    Double dippin': Seeking fishy recipes
    Q: My two teenage daughters and I went deep-sea fishing. We caught a mahi and a wahoo and now I am not sure what to do with them. The Hurricane Grill has a menu item that is wonderful, a Mahi and wahoo smoked fish dip. I would love the recipe if you could...
  • Summer's gone but heat to stay awhile

    Summer's gone but heat to stay awhile
    Ah, it's finally autumn, when leaves change colors and mornings are crisp and cool. But not here. We usually don't see a real cool-down until early November, when nighttime temperatures might temporarily drop into the 50s. Until then, the afternoons...
  • En las escuelas públicas: Clases de manejo para adolescentes

    En las escuelas públicas: Clases de manejo para adolescentes
    Padres aprovechen: En las escuelas públicas ofrecen clases de manejo para adolescentes. Y gratis. A través del programa llamado Driver Education cientos de estudiantes cada año aprenden a manejar. El programa se ofrece en 15 escuelas públicas de...
  • Staff note: Society Scene's Volunteer Guide 2013

    Staff note: Society Scene's Volunteer Guide 2013
    Traditionally Society Scene’s annual Volunteer Guide is all about community service and giving back to one’s community. So when this year’s publication date coincided with the anniversary of 9/11, we couldn’t help but be inspired...
  • AT&T to offer U-verse to additional Broward County communities

    AT&T said Wednesday it has entered agreements with two Broward County community associations to offer them U-verse services. U-verse include digital TV channels, fast Internet download speeds, home phone and remote mobile access to the services. The...
  • About Lois Frankel

    About Lois Frankel
    Representative Lois Frankel is an experienced public servant with a strong record of bringing jobs and opportunity to South Florida. After serving 14 years in the Florida state legislature, including as the first woman Democratic minority leader, Lois...
  • Swift Justice: Child custody, domestic violence and delinquent child support

    Dear Jackie, I recently got divorced, and my husband got full custody of our son without seeing a judge. He told me he wouldn't let me see my son unless I signed the divorce papers. I signed them, even though I wasn't ready to. My question is, can I take...
  • Swift Justice: Eviction, wills and judgment collection

    Dear Jackie, I have a tenant that I am in the process of evicting. The judge ruled in my favor for restitution. The tenant is making no effort to leave the premises, and I am in the process of having him removed by a constable through the courts. The...
  • Swift Justice: Pest control, quit-claims and fraudulent mothers

    Dear Jackie, My son's car (parked) was backed into by a pest control employee. The company's lawyer is being difficult with us because they have high deductible insurance (we only have liability insurance on the car so we are on our own). We submitted...
  • Poll shows a tie in hypothetical U.S. Senate race between Wasserman Schultz, West

    It would be a dream for political junkies: U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz vs. former U.S. Rep. Allen West for Florida's U.S. Senate seat in 2016. Voters would have a clear contest since the longtime political foes don't see eye-to-eye on anything....
  • S. Floridians cut credit card debt by 17%

    S. Floridians cut credit card debt by 17%
    Possibly preparing for this year’s holiday shopping binge, South Floridians have been whittling away at their credit-card debt. The average credit-card balance of Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade County consumers fell 17 percent in September, to...