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  • Republicans don't have a candidate to challenge Congressman Ted Deutch

     
    U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, may get a pass from the Republicans in this year's election. The only Republican who'd expressed an interest in challenging him said Tuesday she was dropping out, and Palm Beach County Republican Chairman Sid......
  • Green Leaf???s in Coral Square Mall, Bob???s Bunz in Islamorada cited by state inspectors

     
    Critical violations of state sanitation and safety laws observed by inspectors at two South Florida restaurants last week prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite the owners and briefly suspend their operations....
  • Coral Springs Police promote one of their own

     
    Coral Springs' Deputy Police Chief Tony Pustizzi was promoted to the chief's job and will be pinned with his new badge Friday at 9 a.m. at the Coral Springs Police Department. Pustizzi won the job after the city did a??nation-wide??search, agency...
  • Early voting sites in Broward, Palm Beach counties

     
    The second phase of Election 2012 kicks off tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 27) with early voting opening across South Florida for eight straight days. The hours will be 7 a.m.-7 p.m. through Saturday Nov. 3. There will be NO early voting......
  • Matt Recchi update: Return to South Florida on hold

     
    When Matt Recchi turned 34 on March 15, his family sang "Happy Birthday" to him in his Los Angeles rehab center room. "He smiled," said Tina Recchi, his mother. Matt, the son of late Sun Sentinel columnist Ray Recchi, sustained......
  • Free lunches for first day of school

    Free lunches for first day of school
    So long, summer. It's been swell. It's time to go back to school. With children returning to South Florida public schools on Monday, this week will have its challenges. Here are a few deals that will help make the transition a little less painful...
  • I-95 express lanes will have multiple access points

    I-95 express lanes will have multiple access points
    Q: When the Interstate 95 express lanes are open to Broward Boulevard in early 2015, will there be an access point at Sheridan Street? Will there be one toll for cars entering the express lanes at Broward Boulevard all the way to downtown Miami? And...
  • Longer-term fix for Golden Glades ahead in 2017

    Q: Have they stopped working on the road leading to the Golden Glades interchange as you come off Florida's Turnpike? They removed toll booths, but the road now has curved lanes so everyone puts on their brakes. What's up? Norma Kaplan, Hollywood A: The...
  • Driver seeks sign to help find University Drive

    Q: When you enter Interstate 595 from State Road 7, there are no signs that say you have to stay on S.R. 84 if you want to go to University Drive. The first westbound exit is Pine Island Road. A sign is desperately needed for those heading west to...
  • It's time to extend Sawgrass Expressway to I-95

    Why does the Sawgrass Expressway end so abruptly — and illogically — before it meets Interstate 95 in Deerfield Beach? Because that's what small-minded political leaders and community obstructionists wanted when the highway was built a...
  • 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....