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  • Administration moves toward new rule on contraceptives

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Friday moved to enact new rules that help ensure contraception coverage for employees of certain companies that have religious objections to birth control. The new rule would seek to isolate the employers from the...
  • Garden to grow children's appreciation of nature

    Sow Share's future children's garden will give children more than a plot to grow plants. The green space will foster nature-conscious children through exploration and outdoor play. "We plan to have some vegetable gardening going on, but the majority is...
  • Wasserman Schultz visits Hobby Lobby store - to urge a boycott

    Wasserman Schultz visits Hobby Lobby store - to urge a boycott
    Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, stopped at a Hobby Lobby store in her district on Wednesday – not to pick up some craft supplies for one of her kid’s school projects, but...
  • NASCAR golden-agers reminisce in North Carolina

    HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. In the 1950s heyday of Occoneechee Speedway, stock car drivers wore jeans or coveralls rather than uniforms speckled with advertisements. They draped wet towels around their necks to beat the 100-plus degree heat, and they kept...
  • Delray in the running to host Davis Cup match

    Delray in the running to host Davis Cup match
    Delray Beach is suddenly in the running to host a Davis Cup tie in September. The contest between Israel and Argentina was slated to be played in Tel Aviv from Sept. 12-14. But after the International Tennis Federation ruled that Israel team must move...
  • He's 64 and still packing a punch

    He's 64 and still packing a punch
    When he walked into the gym to try boxing for the first time, Richard Picone couldn't do 10 sit-ups or five push-ups. He couldn't twist his body to the side or bend his knees. Bend and weave, his trainers told him, but he couldn't do either. At 63 years...
  • Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz stop worrying about Hobby Lobby and get back to work?

    Should Debbie Wasserman Schultz stop worrying about Hobby Lobby and get back to work?
            First off, I like Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She is a lightning rod, but I go along with most of what she talks about. She is very passionate about her work. But I can’t buy her latest visit to Hobby Lobby in Davie to...
  • Youth athletes compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships in Plantation

    Youth athletes compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships in Plantation
    The top rising stars in the game of tennis were on display at the 2014 United States Tennis Association Girls 14 National Clay Court Championships at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center at Central Park from July 13-19 in the city of Plantation. The USTA...
  • Winnetka Library cultivating corn and tomatoes

    Winnetka Library cultivating corn and tomatoes
    Visitors this summer to the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library might be surprised to discover corn, broccoli and heirloom tomatoes sprouting just outside the library's entrance. Stephanie Girardi, a longtime circulation clerk and supervisor at the...
  • Smithsonian accepts archival material from Baltimore's LGBT community center

    Smithsonian accepts archival material from Baltimore's LGBT community center
    Old photographs, newspapers and other miscellaneous "gay pride ephemera" from the last half-century of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history in Baltimore will be added on Tuesday to one of the nation's most esteemed museum collections....
  • Key Biscayne tennis event renamed Miami Open presented by Itau

    Key Biscayne tennis event renamed Miami Open presented by Itau
    For nearly 30 years, the star-studded, two-week tennis tournament held on Key Biscayne every March was referred to as the Winter Wimbledon or fifth Grand Slam, one of the crown jewels of elite pro tennis. The problem was nobody knew its name. On...