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Coral Springs

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  • Behold, the power of beer and friendship in Oakland Park

    Behold, the power of beer and friendship in Oakland Park
    Beer is fun: drinking it with your buddies, making it with your buddies, laughing over a pint of it when your buddies decorate a bar tap at their brewery with a picture of the most embarrassing moment of your life, a very public fail that became a...
  • Robotic, self-operating boat at FAU readied for competition

    The zigzag trails sparkled in the water as the small boat hit about 2 knots. But the Florida Atlantic University student gripping the remote control was no longer instructing the 16-foot robotic craft where to navigate at the Dania Beach Marina. With...
  • Sunday's Bulletin Board

    Sunday The Art of Recycled-Repurposed-Upcycled: Create a work of art, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Pembroke Pines Branch Library, 955 NW 129 Ave. Call 954-357-6746. Commit 2B Fit, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. at Southwest Regional Library, 16835 Sheridan St., Pembroke Pines....
  • Promueven pruebas para jóvenes atletas

    Promueven pruebas para jóvenes atletas
    Hacer deportes puede ser muy divertido y beneficioso para la salud de los niños y jóvenes, pero también puede ser algo muy peligroso— especialmente cuando ocurre un golpe en el cerebro. Pensando en ello el Broward Health estuvo esta semana en...
  • City seeks volunteers to 'Keep Coral Springs Beautiful'

    Coral Springs wants its retired and soon-to-be retired residents to think of ways to make the city pretty. So it's seeking volunteers for its newest program called "Keep Coral Springs Beautiful." Potential volunteers will meet 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug....
  • Credit-card fraudsters strike at Coral Springs Home Depot, police say

    Credit-card fraudsters strike at Coral Springs Home Depot, police say
    Detectives are looking for a trio who they say has been making repeated purchases at a Home Depot store with stolen credit cards numbers. Since late April, the suspects — a woman and two men — have struck about five times, ripping off more...
  • Dining scene: From ahi tuna to hibiscus water

    Dining scene: From ahi tuna to hibiscus water
    Oolite Restaurant & Bar 1661 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, 305-907-5535, OoliteRestaurant.com Acclaimed chef Kris Wessel, known for his former Red Light eatery and then his venture at Florida Cookery, has debuted his latest incarnation in the former...
  • Youth competitors showcase boxing skills at benefit card

    Deerfield Beach's Jordon Murphy was looking to fine-tune his skills before defending his 85-pound division title at the Ringside World Boxing Championships in Independence, Mo., July 28-Aug. 2. So Murphy recently joined other area boxers at the Boxing at...
  • Judge opens county race to all voters

    Judge opens county race to all voters
    Thousands of voters in northern Broward will be able to help select their next county commissioner, after a Broward circuit judge Friday ordered the election primary open to all voters. Broward Circuit Court Judge Sandra Perlman threw out write-in...
  • Former paramedic sentenced for luring children into online sex acts, making child porn

    Former paramedic sentenced for luring children into online sex acts, making child porn
    A former paramedic was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Friday for luring two young girls into having online sexual contact with him and for producing child pornography when he used his webcam to make video recordings of the encounters. Shane...
  • Real estate notebook: McCraney breaks ground on warehouses near West Palm

    McCraney Property Co. recently broke ground on 100,000 square feet of warehouses in the Vista Business Park near West Palm Beach. The project, announced this spring, is the first development in five years at the 500-acre park off Okeechobee Boulevard and...