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  • 250 Broward students receive bikes during holiday event

    250 Broward students receive bikes during holiday event
    The Lady Windridge, a 170-foot luxury yacht, was filled to near capacity Monday as hundreds of Broward County students — accompanied by chaperones and about 35 Broward Sheriff's Office personnel — set sail for a two-hour trip along the Intracoastal Waterway.
  • Beverly Williams choice in Lauderdale Lakes

    Beverly Williams choice in Lauderdale Lakes
    Four candidates hope to win the Lauderdale Lakes City Commission seat being vacated by Levoyd Williams, who must leave because of term limits. Each is passionate about the city. Each has deep roots in the community. But the Sun Sentinel Editorial...

    For convicted killer, a chance to avoid life in prison

    For convicted killer, a chance to avoid life in prison
    The victim begged for mercy. The killer showed none. But the justice system is showing some mercy for convicted murderer Janard Orange, who was 16 when he pulled the trigger and ended Gregory Smith's life outside Boyd Anderson High School in...

    Broward schools propose $1.4 billion of spending

    Broward schools propose $1.4 billion of spending
    Even as the Broward School Board tries to get the public onboard with an $800 million bond referendum to refurbish old buildings, the district is unveiling a separate $1.4 billion, five-year school improvement plan. Under the proposal, $48 million...

    Broward school construction budget slashed

    Broward school construction budget slashed
    Broward School Board members cut the district's capital budget by more than half Tuesday night, meaning some schools are stuck with outdated libraries and some communities that need new schools will not have them for a few more years. But, they also...