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  • Arrest derails wedding for accused pill mill ringleader

    Arrest derails wedding for accused pill mill ringleader
    For Anthony Licata, the honeymoon is over. In fact, it never even began. His intention was to get married last weekend, then sail away on a 10-day honeymoon cruise around Italy and Greece. Federal prosecutors, however, had less blissful plans. Just...
  • Bike America to shift more focus to women

    Bike America to shift more focus to women
    Bike America, a bicycle retailer in South Florida since 1970, has new owners who plan to focus more on female consumers. Gary Mercado, president of Barmer Enterprises, is now at the helm of the retail chain. He plans to have a section within the...
  • Related Group, 2 other firms teaming up for Hollywood condo-hotel

    Related Group, 2 other firms teaming up for Hollywood condo-hotel
    The Related Group and two other South Florida developers announced plans Monday for a waterfront condominium-hotel in Hollywood. Related, 13th Floor Investments and Key International expect to begin construction later next year at 4000 S. Ocean Drive....
  • Pompano man charged with running thriving escort business

    Pompano man charged with running thriving escort business
    When the judge asked him what he did for a living, the middle-aged accountant appeared confused and replied, "I just oversee as a booking agent." But Douglas Juiffre was no mere booking agent, prosecutors allege: He owned a thriving escort business that...
  • Turnout sparse on Broward's first day of early voting

    Turnout sparse on Broward's first day of early voting
    Voters trickled in to 20 polling locations across Broward County on Friday, during the first of 10 days of early voting here leading up to the Aug. 26 primary elections. "We're prepared for an army," said Edward Solomon of the Supervisor of Elections...
  • School board details $800 million bond budget

    School board details $800 million bond budget
    Broward County school officials want a $800 million voter-approved subsidy from county taxpayers. Tuesday, those taxpayers got a preview of where much of that money will go: To fix leaky roofs and sputtering air conditioners and improve fire safety....
  • Man admits trying to lure teen boy for sex

    Man admits trying to lure teen boy for sex
    A Coral Springs man admitted Friday that he arranged to meet a teenage boy for sex at a park in Lauderhill. Brian Keith Dunn, 50, faces 10 years to life in federal prison when he is sentenced Oct. 28. A divorced father of three who worked for a towing...
  • New events on tap for Fort Lauderdale's New River Inn museum

    New events on tap for Fort Lauderdale's New River Inn museum
    Nearly 60 years after serving its last guests, the New River Inn in downtown Fort Lauderdale is still open for business — as a history museum. Today it's the oldest remaining hotel building in Broward County and the centerpiece of the Old Fort...
  • Museum of Art goes back to school

    Museum of Art goes back to school
    Call it a TED talk for fine-art buffs. That's the description Bonnie Clearwater, director of the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, is giving to her new series of art-education conferences debuting next spring at the downtown museum and its neighbor,...
  • Tales of 1980s Broward drug smugglers, murders back in court

    Tales of 1980s Broward drug smugglers, murders back in court
    Scott Errico stands among South Florida's more colorful crime figures from the 1980s. And now he's back in the spotlight, as a court examines his decades-old Broward double-murder convictions and unlikely bid for another trial at age 56. With Errico's...
  • Defendant to judge: I go to jail to study

    Defendant to judge: I go to jail to study
    If you consider jail to be the 'college of hard knocks,' then this dude is a proud alum. But it looks like his extra-curricular activities kept getting him into trouble. Todd Bontrager, a habitual offender, told a Broward County judge that he "went...