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  • No further scrutiny for advisory board applicants in Boynton Beach

     
    If you???re under a criminal investigation and applying for an advisory board in Boynton Beach, the city commission is okay with you not disclosing that. Commissioner Steven Holzman this week proposed a requirement that advisory board applicants offer...
  • Isiah Thomas returns to The Burrow -- Behave, fans

     
    FAU hosts the Kitties tonight. - - And that means Isiah Thomas will be in The Burrow. And that means fans have to come up with more accurate chants than in the past. That one of ???Rapist??? is not going......
  • Justice for teen victim: Ex-BSO deputy charged in fatal wreck

     
    Grand juries usually give great deference to police officers carrying out official duties, even when something goes wrong. But a grand jury couldn't excuse the tragic -- and apparently reckless -- ride that a rookie Broward Sheriff's Office deputy took......
  • Making 911 calls to solve interpersonal communication issues not advised

     
    Here's a tip, free of charge courtesy of the Daily Press. When someone is annoying you, don't call 911. In particular, don't do it four times. You may end up facing a criminal charge. A woman who lives on Hickory Fork......
  • Elderly Gloucester resident's yard gnome heisted

     
    This week's crime report is the usual mix of driving while intoxicated -- including one 18-year-old lad who also got popped for underage drinking -- and thefts and larcenies with other miscellaneous crimes thrown in. Perhaps one grand larceny stands......
  • Unsavory criminal elements target Gloucester bank account

     
    We bring you this week's crime report courtesy of the Gloucester County Sheriff's Office. A couple of things to note. Friday night thieves made off with an iPod and two purses containing cash and other valuables at three cars from......
  • Is Rothstein cohort Debra Villegas' 10-year sentence right?

     
    Is 10 years too harsh, too soft or just right for Debra Villegas? That's the question I kept hearing over the weekend, after Scott Rothstein's former right-hand woman was sentenced for her role in his infamous Ponzi scheme. Villegas' sentencing......
  • A look at Broward judge races for county court

     
    County court may not be as glamorous as circuit court, but that hasn't stopped a host of Broward hopefuls from vying for nine seats on Aug. 24. Five incumbent county court judges face challengers, and 10 candidates are running for......
  • More on Broward judge races: Watch out for flying fruit

     
    (The final installment of my series on Broward judicial candidates, with a look at the five County Court races involving incumbents. The judicial races in the Aug. 24 election are open to all voters, including independents.) Heidi Berkowitz vs. incumbent....
  • Fake seizures: the ultimate dining discount

     
    Well, here's one way to eat for free: police say a man faked seizures to avoid paying his restaurant tabs.My colleague Justin Fenton reports on that criminal case on the Sun's crime blog. But here at Dining@Large, I think the......
  • Latest Broward political trial starts today

     
    By recent South Florida political standards, the trial scheduled to start today involving two suspended Coral Springs city commissioners is relatively small pickings: Vincent Boccard and Tom Powers each face a misdemeanor charge of violating the state's...