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  • Carl Hiaasen will sign new book, 'Bad Monkey,' in Orlando

    Carl Hiaasen will sign new book, 'Bad Monkey,' in Orlando
    Noted Florida author Carl Hiaasen will lead a discussion and signing of his latest book, "Bad Monkey," on Monday, June 17. Hiaasen, 60, was born in Plantation and now lives in Vero Beach. He's the author of novels such as "Star Island," "Skinny Dip" and...
  • FAU Baseball Roster 2013

    FAU Baseball Roster 2013
    No. Name POS B/T CL-EX HT WT Hometown (Previous School) 1 Bo Logan LHP L/L R-So.-1L 5’10” 185 Naples, FL (Gulf Coast HS) 2 Michael Sylvestri RHP R/R Sr.-1L 5’11” 180 Coconut Creek, FL (St. Petersburg JC) 4 Mitch Morales INF L/R So....
  • Fall 2013 Broward football schedule

      FRIDAY, Aug. 23 Fall Classics: Cypress Bay at American Heritage, 7:30; Highlands Christian at Calvary Christian; St. John Neumann at Coral Springs Charter at Coral Glades High; Somerset at Pembroke Pines Charter, 4; Westminster Academy at Pompano...
  • BAMM: Buy one museum membership, get into 16 others for free in June

    BAMM: Buy one museum membership, get into 16 others for free in June
    Broward Attractions & Museum Month (BAMM) kicks off Saturday where you can join one South Florida museum or cultural attraction and get in to 16 others for free. Best part: If you're already a member of one, you can enjoy the others for free all month...
  • South Florida Cappies Gala 2013 award winners

    Freshman Critic Carlo Feliciani, University School NSU Sophomore Critic Aaron Bourque, South Plantation High Junior Critic Marissa Krantz, Stoneman Douglas High Senior Critic Skyler Evans, Stoneman Douglas High Critic's Team Stoneman...
  • Turn in old devices to AT&T and donate value to Cell Phones For Soldiers

    Have an old cell phone or tablet you don’t need anymore and want to help troops? Take it to an AT&T-owned store (not authorized dealer) and request that its trade-in value be donated to Cell Phones For Soldiers, a nonprofit that helps troops...
  • Plantation Group 5 seat contested between Levy, Badore

    Plantation Group 5 seat contested between Levy, Badore
    Money and more money. That's the issue — or maybe issues — surrounding this year's March 12 city election. All voters in the city are eligible to choose the council member who will take the Group 5 seat. The four-year term comes with a...
  • Go Red fashion show comes to Westfield Broward mall

    Go Red fashion show comes to Westfield Broward mall
    The Go Red campaign - including the designer fashion created to promote healthy hearts for women - comes to Westfield Broward Mall Saturday, Feb. 1from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. you can "Meet the Experts Cosmetic" at an event held...
  • Rogue lawyers owe client more than $300,000, may face perjury charge and prison

    Rogue lawyers owe client more than $300,000, may face perjury charge and prison
    Two lawyers who acted so despicably in a South Florida case that they were held in contempt of court and ordered to repay $275,800 in fees to a client, have managed to create more trouble for themselves and even could end up serving time in federal...
  • Monday is your last chance to register to vote for March 12 elections

    Monday is your last chance to register to vote for March 12 elections
    Planning to vote in the local elections March 12? Monday is your last chance to register to vote. Cities in Broward and Palm Beach counties holding municipal elections March 12 are Fort Lauderdale, Coconut Creek, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Miramar,...
  • Plantation Group 2 candidates vying for citywide seat

    Plantation Group 2 candidates vying for citywide seat
    Three men — a political newcomer, a relative of a county commissioner and a veteran councilman who once ran for mayor — are seeking the Group 2 council seat to replace Sharon Moody. Moody's resignation means her replacement will serve a two-...
  • Gov. Scott wants $2,500 pay raise for teachers

    Gov. Scott wants $2,500 pay raise for teachers
    Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday he wants to give all Florida teachers a $2,500 pay raise. "I can think of no better investment for our state than investing in those teachers who work on the frontline of Florida’s future every day by teaching our...