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  • Panel endorses 'ethics czar' position for Broward County

    Panel endorses 'ethics czar' position for Broward County
    Broward County should establish an ethics officer position, along with a review panel, to make sure elected officials are clear on what constitutes proper behavior, a special committee recommended Wednesday. But whether to create such a position will...
  • Near-drowning ends happily for Miramar family

    Near-drowning ends happily for Miramar family
    It was a lovely story to report on Wednesday: Parents of a now 21-month-old toddler who slipped out of a relative's home and ended up in a pool was saved from a drowning death by family members, police officers and firefighters/paramedics. Wendy Matos...
  • Phil Latzman: Even with fewer resources, newspapers still on watch

    I write today in appreciation of this profession, because I fear for its future. While it may be tacky for a columnist to praise a publication, the folks who bring you this valuable resource number fewer than ever, and are working harder than ever to keep...
  • 10 ways to GREEN your routine

    1 - Choo choo choose the greener route. - I recently took the Tri-Rail up to Lake Worth to visit the Palm Beach Cultural Council and I had a blast watching the sunrise, listening to my headphones and writing in my journal. It was a peaceful and...
  • Retail notebook: Duffy's Sports Grill opens in Weston

    Restaurant opens in Weston A Duffy's Sports Grill opened Friday in Weston at Weston Town Center. The sports-themed casual dining bar and restaurant is the fifth in Broward County for the Lake Worth-based chain. The menu at Duffy's includes BBQ...
  • Sunrise officials consider community garden

    A healthier diet, outdoor exercise, community building — these are some of the known benefits of a community garden, and Sunrise wants to bring that to city residents. The city is looking into starting a community garden or two in the near future,...
  • New residents may have to wait to become candidates

    Plantation voters will soon have to decide if residents have to wait a year before running for public office in the city. Right now any resident in Plantation, even if they moved in today, can run for mayor or the city council. According to city...
  • Pines eaglets take to the air

    Pines eaglets take to the air
    A pair of successful student pilots sat in a massive nest in a tall tree near Pines Boulevard, one of them tearing at some food with its beak. The eaglets, which hatched in January in western Pembroke Pines, have begun to fly. In the past two weeks,...
  • Mike Jackson: CEO and chairman of AutoNation

    Mike Jackson: CEO and chairman of AutoNation
    Q: What is new with AutoNation? What do you see as coming trends? Last year we took the bold step of launching the AutoNation Brand from coast to coast, which was a resounding success, with the company setting four successive all-time record quarters....
  • South Florida merger deals total $465 million

    A bank, a cancer treatment practice and an electronic cigarette business were the biggest merger deals in South Florida in the last quarter, a new report shows. First Southern Bancorp in Boca Raton was acquired by CenterState Banks for $119 million;...
  • Former paramedic from Coral Springs pleads guilty to making child porn

    Former paramedic from Coral Springs pleads guilty to making child porn
    A former paramedic from Coral Springs pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges that he lured young girls into having online sexual contact with him and produced child pornography by using his webcam to videotape the encounters. Shane Braslow, 24, was...