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  • Surging tourism drives sales of hotels

    Tourists aren't the only ones flocking to South Florida. As hotels fill up, investors are scooping up the properties, buoyed by higher room rates, the economic recovery and the loosening of lender financing, lodging real estate specialists say....
  • Plantation officer loses take-home car privilege for 10 days after speeding complaint

    A police officer lost his take-home car for 10 days after not activating equipment that would have showed whether he was speeding, according to newly released Internal Affairs records. A Coral Springs resident filed a complaint saying he saw Officer...
  • Broward All-county Class 4A-3A boys track

    Class 4A-3ABoys first team Andre Ewers Piper senior Event/time: 100 (10.31); 200 (21.48) Comment: Won BCAA, district and regional titles; finshed second at 4A state. Trevon Grimes St. Thomas Aquinas freshman Event/time: 300 hurdles (37.70)...
  • Plantation to end tram service

    Rising costs and dropping ridership have doomed the city's tram service, which will end Sept. 30. In 2009, the tram started shuttling passengers to Publix, the library, the Westfield Broward Mall and government centers six days a week. The trams...
  • Dolphins' 7-on-7 tournament starts Saturday

    Football players from more than 50 schools throughout Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties are expected to participate in the seventh Miami Dolphins 7-on-7 High School Football Tournament. The tournament begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at Central Park...
  • Prayer books find final resting place

    In a Jewish custom that dates back several millenia, two rabbis presided over the burial of discarded prayer books and printed pages with God's name at a cemetery in Broward County Tuesday. In a Jewish custom that dates back several millenia, two...
  • Sentencing draws near for convicted killer — finally

    Sentencing draws near for convicted killer — finally
    The pre-sentencing saga of convicted killer Randy W. Tundidor will come to a close this summer, if all goes according to schedule. Tundidor, 47, will appear before Broward Circuit Judge Cynthia Imperato on July 28 for a Spencer hearing, which gives...
  • Redistricting trial wraps up with no decision for weeks

    Redistricting trial wraps up with no decision for weeks
    TALLAHASSEE – The two-week trial over Florida's new rules of the road for drawing political boundaries concluded Wednesday with the fate of the first-of-their-kind “non-political” congressional maps in the hands of a Tallahassee judge....
  • Plantation boys soccer club to participate in Alabama tournament

    Plantation boys soccer club to participate in Alabama tournament
    The Plantation Eagles Soccer Club boys Copa Under-15 team is heading into unchartered territory after making their best run as a group by recently winning the Florida Youth Soccer Association President's Cup in Auburndale, Florida. "This is a team...
  • Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills

    Metropica project would be nearly twice as big as Sawgrass Mills
    It's like nothing that has ever been built in South Florida. Known as Metropica, the "city within a city" would have: •More than 2,000 condos •300 townhomes •Enough commercial space to hold 11 Wal-Marts. The massive, $1.5...
  • Judge dismisses federal case involving Fashion Mall in Plantation

    A federal case related to the misappropriation of millions of dollars for the redevelopment of Fashion Mall in Plantation was dismissed Tuesday for lack of jurisdiction and refiled in state court. Tangshan Ganglu Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., a Chinese...
  • 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...