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Broward County

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  • Delray Beach author Suzanne Tripp gives a reading at Broward County Main Library

    Delray Beach author Suzanne Tripp gives a reading at Broward County Main Library
    "The Last Train From Key West": The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 killed more than 600 people, including 200 World War I vets housed in work camps in the Keys. Most of Islamorada's buildings and the Florida Overseas Railroad were wiped out by storm surges...
  • Missing Coconut Creek man's car found — 9 years later, in canal behind his home

    UPDATE:  Police on Monday confirmed that skeletal remains were found in the vehicle that was removed from a Coconut Creek canal during the weekend. The Coconut Creek Police Department and the Broward Medical Examiner's Office are trying to confirm if...
  • About Belinda Keiser

    About Belinda Keiser
    As Vice Chancellor of Community Relations and Student Advancement for Keiser University, Belinda Keiser is responsible for media and public relations, student services, employer relations, and charitable giving.  Keiser University is comprised of 17...
  • Volunteers pack Passover food for needy

    More than 1,100 people in Broward County who might otherwise have to do without matzah, gefilte fish, matzah balls and other foods that are a part of the Passover seder will have traditional holiday meals thanks to the more than 200 volunteers and three...
  • Lake Worth school has its own 'Shark Week'

    Lake Worth school has its own 'Shark Week'
    The Discovery Channel's popular Shark Week is not until August, but students at a Lake Worth school decided not to wait for summer to learn about the endangered fish. High school students from Trinity Christian Academy, led by biology teacher Daniel...
  • Broward schools return to old lice rules

    Broward schools return to old lice rules
    Broward County schools will no longer allow students with head lice to stay in school, after an attempt at more lenient guidelines caused outrage from parents and teachers. Children will be sent home if they have lice or nits in their hair, the district...
  • Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated)

    Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated)
    Original post | 2:22 p.m. April 11 Updated | 10:31 a.m. April 12 Showing just how important a strong Democratic showing in Broward County is to Charlie Crist’s hope of returning to the Governor’s Mansion, the first field office for his...
  • Broward court warns residents of jury duty scam

    Broward court warns residents of jury duty scam
    The 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida is warning Broward County residents of a possible juror scam, similar to one that it says has happened in other court circuits across the state. It went like this: Someone who claimed to be a Broward sheriff's...
  • Charter schools appeal closure

    Two charter schools in Broward County are fighting the school district's decision to shut them down. The Red Shoe Charter for Girls and The Obama Academy for Boys in Fort Lauderdale filed an appeal with an administrative law judge this month. In March,...
  • Builders, lobbyists among big donors to Mayor's Ball

    Builders, lobbyists among big donors to Mayor's Ball
    Lobbyists, builders and others potentially vying to do business with local government were some of the biggest contributors at the Palm Beach County Mayor's Ball fundraiser, donation records show. A host of local elected officials, led by Palm Beach...
  • Venezuelans send tons of aid back home

    Venezuelans send tons of aid back home
    Tired of feeling useless in front of her television set as she watched violent protests disrupt her native Venezuela, Marisol Dieguez decided to take action. “I had enough of prayer circles and rallies,” said Dieguez, a Realtor from...