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  • A philosopher's guide to decision-making: First, trust yourself

    A philosopher's guide to decision-making: First, trust yourself
    Often the most stressful part of making a decision is the possibility of making the wrong choice. We spend hours pondering the "what ifs" and soliciting advice from confidants. Ruth Chang, professor of philosophy at Rutgers University, said we devote...
  • Fired E.O. Smith Soccer Coach Faces Obscenity, Morals Charges

     Fired E.O. Smith Soccer Coach Faces Obscenity, Morals Charges
    MANSFIELD — The girls soccer coach at E.O. Smith High School has been fired and faces a variety of charges after he allegedly distributed an inappropriate sexual video that was viewed by juveniles, police said. Jeffrey M. Sirois, 57, of Lebanon,...
  • Faith and Values: Exploring and honoring our connections

    Faith and Values: Exploring and honoring our connections
    Connection is a word with a lot of meanings, not all of them in the dictionary. The most common one is probably the joining of two or more different things. We plug an electrical cord into an outlet and say we have a connection. We say the same thing when...
  • Lauderdale-by-the-Sea lowers tax rate

    Lauderdale-by-the-Sea lowers tax rate
    Property owners will see a lower tax rate on the town's portion of their property tax bills this year, but the town will be collecting more taxes because property values have increased. Commissioners this week approved a new rate of $3.80 for each $1,000...
  • University of Illinois upheld its values in denying Salaita

    This is in response to the recent opinion piece “Steven Salaita: U. of I. destroyed my career” (Perspective, Sept. 29). The University of Illinois upheld its values of creating an inclusive and safe learning environment when it rescinded...
  • Malloy Hopes Class Warfare Pays Off

    Malloy Hopes Class Warfare Pays Off
    In television ads and talking points, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his supporters have sought to portray Republican rival Tom Foley as a heartless businessman incapable of relating to the concerns of working people. Malloy has accused Foley, who made a...
  • Oakland Park tax rate drops 2 percent

    Oakland Park tax rate drops 2 percent
    Commissioners are giving property owners a slight break in the city's tax rate, but the city will still collect more taxes than last year because property values continue to rebound. Commissioners have approved a 2 percent drop in the rate to $6.27 for...
  • 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...
  • Every city in Broward posts property value increase

    Broward County Property Appraiser Lori Parrish released the tentative tax roll today. We'll have more coverage to come, but here are the city-by-city increases in value, including new construction: CITY or AREA / PERCENT INCREASE Broward County: 6.4...
  • Republican leader seeks support from gays and lesbians

    Republican leader seeks support from gays and lesbians
    Attempting to make inroads with a Democratic-leaning voting bloc, the Palm Beach County Republican Party is reaching out to the gay and lesbian community. Chairwoman Anita Mitchell hopes gays and lesbians will see the Republican Party as something other...
  • Broward property values climb for third year in a row

    Broward property values climb for third year in a row
    Broward County property values climbed for the third straight year since the devastating real estate bust, in the preliminary tax roll released by the property appraiser Wednesday. The news was bright for all 31 cities this year, for the first time...