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  • Terminal 4 upgrades nearly done at Port Everglades

    Port Everglades is putting the finishing touches on a $24 million renovation of its cruise terminal 4, which is slated to reopen to passenger and ship traffic in early December. "We're in the home stretch," said Chief Executive and Port Director...
  • DeSales' Noll one of three Lehigh Valley-area college runners headed to NCAA championship

    When it comes to student athletes, some forget the first part of that phrase — student. Nate Noll, however, is not one of them. Noll, a Kutztown High School graduate, specifically chose a Division III cross country program so he would be able to...
  • Red Cross fumbles severance pay for 150 former employees in PA, NY

    WATERTOWN, N.Y. - Tracey L. Slate of Copenhagen is among about 150 former American Red Cross employees across New York and Pennsylvania who've waited weeks without receiving severance pay after their jobs were recently slashed by the nonprofit. Slate,...
  • The Virginia Way, Part 6: Giving gifts, and gaining influence?

    The Virginia Way, Part 6: Giving gifts, and gaining influence?
    Gifts have taken Virginia legislators far afield in recent years — to the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club, to Paris and even to Rabbit Lake, Saskatchewan. The last two were courtesy of Virginia Uranium, which has been working...
  • Judo students excel at international event

    Judo students excel at international event
    Three Pembroke Pines judo students earned medals at the 2014 Junior Pan American Infantile Championships in Puerto Rico. Mia Liu, 14, Christina Valledor, 11, and Thomas McDonald, 14, are all ranked first in the nation in their weight divisions thanks to...
  • Las Olas cigar store Indian, cited as code violation, might get to stay after all

    Las Olas cigar store Indian, cited as code violation, might get to stay after all
    A cigar store Indian statue prominently displayed on Las Olas Boulevard might get to stay put despite the city saying it's a code violation. Sosa the Indian is known as a tourist photo op on the sidewalk in front of the Macabi Cigar Bar at 1221 East Las...
  • 46-million Americans, the most in 7 years, to travel over Thanksgiving

    Love having company for Thanksgiving? Good, because you'll have plenty of it. More than 46-million Americans are expected to drive or fly to their destination this year, the highest number of Thanksgiving  travelers since pre-recession 2007. AAA Travel'...
  • Holiday Events

    Holiday Events
    Miami-Dade Embrace the Holidays at Southland Mall Through Dec. 24. Photos with Santa and a Miss Merry Christmas Beauty Pageant for girls of all ages on Dec. 13. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, 12-6 p.m. Sundays. Southland Mall, U.S. 1 and S.W. 205th...
  • Low gas prices mean more road trips this Thanksgiving

    Low gas prices mean more road trips this Thanksgiving
    With gas prices reaching their lowest levels in five years, road trips will be the overwhelming choice for Thanksgiving travelers' mode of transportation this year. An estimated 46.3 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles for the Thanksgiving...
  • Family travel tips

    Family travel tips
    Holiday travel can be brutal on families, especially those with small children. Unexpected delays and problems can play havoc with even the best-laid plans. To help your holiday travel run as smoothly as possible, sit down with your family before your...
  • How to keep pets safe during the holidays

    The holidays are all about spending time with your family and friends, and that includes man's best friend, or his feline counterpart, if you happen to be a pet owner. The idea is to let your pet be involved in the festivities, while protecting it from...