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  • New signs for Griffin, Orange Drive coming to Palm Avenue/Nob Hill intersection this month

    Q: On northbound Palm Avenue, the far right lane turns into a mandatory right turn just north of Griffin Road at Orange Drive. There is no warning that you have to move left if you want to continue north. There needs to be a right turn only sign posted....
  • Pompano to sue Broward over tax money

    POMPANO BEACH The city has decided it will fight Broward County in court over its right to keep receiving county tax dollars to redevelop its blighted northwest area. "It's a sad day we have to do this," said Commissioner Rex Hardin, after the commission...
  • YogaFest gets a foothold

    YogaFest gets a foothold
    If you're looking to stretch your yoga practice, YogaFest is Saturday. Every two hours will bring a new slate of South Florida instructors. Music, food and wellness booths will create a festival vibe, said YogaFest co-director Kelly Brookbank. The...
  • While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another

    While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another
    The mystery of Flight 19 remains unsolved. Yet, as a result of the quest to unravel that riddle, another bewildering aviation case has just been cracked. New evidence led two aviation sleuths to believe that a TBM Avenger found in the Everglades 25 years...
  • Special Olympians team up with Chiefs for Classic play

    The Special Olympics Broward County volleyball team served up a day of camaraderie, competitiveness and awareness as they recently teamed with the boys' volleyball squad at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale. Showcasing their skills in the...
  • Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated and updated again)

    Charlie Crist opening his campaign's first field office in Broward (updated and updated again)
    Original post | 2:22 p.m. April 11 Updated | 10:31 a.m. April 12 and 11:35 a.m. April 18 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...
  • Equestrian leader, technology executive honored

    An equestrian pioneer and the CEO of a medical technology company were honored Thursday with the Excalibur Award, given annually by the Sun Sentinel Co. to business leaders who have distinguished themselves and contributed to the community. Mark...
  • Broward architect builds success by placing people first

    If you've ever sauntered through Broward College's art gallery, rushed around Fort Lauderdale's airport, paid a bill at Miramar City Hall, or picked up your kids at a Palm Beach County school, you've likely experienced Mario Cartaya's life's work. And...
  • Publix promises: No more lightweight chickens

    Publix promises: No more lightweight chickens
    Publix makes a guarantee to customers, saying if the scanned price of an item exceeds the shelf or advertised price, you get it for free. It's known as the "Publix Promise." Janet Feldman, 57, of Davie says she has used that promise for nearly a...
  • Broward falls short of 1A tennis titles

    CASSELBERRY – There were disappointing results for defending champions Courtney Meredith of Westminster Academy and the Sagemont boys' team Thursday at the FHSAA Class 1A Tennis Championships. No. 2 seed Meredith, the Sun-Sentinel's Player of the...
  • Outdoors notebook

    Bass results: Aymon Wilcox and Kevin Thomas caught 19.97 pounds of fish to win the King of the Glades club tournament Sunday on Lake Okeechobee out of Belle Glade and Wilcox had the big bass of 5.2. Dave Mathis and Billy Brown were second at 12.45....