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  • William H. Gilmartin: Boone's first football coach was friend to all

    William H. Gilmartin: Boone's first football coach was friend to all
    William Hugh Gilmartin Jr. never lost his passion for sports. When the former Orlando resident died Nov. 2 at age 91, he had just finished celebrating his beloved Florida Gators' victory over the Georgia Bulldogs.
  • Community unites for 'Thanksgiving Harvest Drive'

    Community unites for 'Thanksgiving Harvest Drive'
    190 Broward County Public Schools are expected to participate in this year's “Harvest Drive,” a yearlong project that culminates in a charitable event taking place every Thanksgiving. The drive is a resource for families in crisis, providing...

    Hollywood to boot homeless shelter – and its boss

    Hollywood to boot homeless shelter – and its boss
    In his controversial career as a maverick advocate for the homeless, nothing has endeared Sean Cononie to his hometown so much as his plans to leave. "They'll have the red carpet out for me to get out of town," said Cononie, 50, who has agreed to sell to...

    Giving students a voice with the school board

    Giving students a voice with the school board
    McArthur High School senior Fernando Tolon is hoping to change the way fellow students look at the Broward County School Board and education policy. Tolon is serving as the student adviser to the school board for a one-year term. "I've always been...

    Gangsters also enjoyed Broward's sunny climate

    Lots of people wanted to escape the cold of New York, Chicago and Detroit, so why should mobsters be any different? During the 1930s and continuing past World War II, Meyer Lansky and his brother Jake ran posh gambling houses in Hallandale Beach and...