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  • Intentarán hacer el sándwich cubano más largo del mundo en Hallandale Beach

    Intentarán hacer el sándwich cubano más largo del mundo en Hallandale Beach
    Para hacer el sándwich cubano más largo del mundo, un jugoso monstruo de 75 pies de largo, se requiere mucho pan, decenas de libras de jamón fino y cerdo asado, cientos de rodajas de queso suizo y un par de galones de mostaza y pepinos. Pero sobre todo...
  • Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities

    Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities
    First there was bickering, then trust issues arose. The relationship grew bitter. Both sides lawyered up. The word "divorce'' was spoken. This is the story of Broward County and its cities. Relations have grown icy as the two sides engage in an...
  • Miramar Police offers survey about their performance to city dwellers

    Miramar Police offers survey about their performance to city dwellers
    Do you live or do business in Miramar? If so, the police department wants to hear from you. Until mid-March, it is offering a 10-question survey to the public, an effort that is also part of its re-certification requirements. You'll be asked to rank...
  • Lack of leadership a big obstacle in updating Prop. 13

    SACRAMENTO — Are California voters ready yet to change Proposition 13 so that all corporations pay their fair share of property taxes? A new nonpartisan poll indicates they might be. But a better, more relevant question is whether any state...
  • Valerie Lastra, integrante del equipo de nado sincronizado de Miramar (Miramar Synchro Mermaids)

     Valerie Lastra, integrante del equipo de nado sincronizado de Miramar (Miramar Synchro Mermaids)
    Edad: 11 años. Deporte: Nado sincronizado Categoría: Intermedia Equipo: Miramar Mermaids Synchro. Residencia: Miami. Nacionalidad: nacida en EEUU (padres mexicanos y cubanos). Estatura/Peso: 5'-0''/82 libras. Artista preferida: Shakira....
  • Universoul Circus: Human performances extraordinary, but show could do without the animals

    Universoul Circus: Human performances extraordinary, but show could do without the animals
    The Universoul Circus fully executed their title for the “World’s Most Interactive Circus” in Miramar on Jan. 17,  but it could definitely have been done without the use of animals.   The human performances were top notch. The unique...
  • Miramar promotes assistant Matt Stout as its new football coach

    Miramar made Matthew Strout its new football coach on Friday, promoting former coach Damon Cogdell’s assistant coach to suceed him after consulting Cogdell and some current players. Strout was the Patriots’ offensive line coach last season,...
  • Sándwich cubano de 75 pies intenta romper récord en Hallandale Beach

    Sándwich cubano de 75 pies intenta romper récord en Hallandale Beach
    Una amistosa competencia se puso en marcha este sábado entre la ciudad de Hallandale Beach y Tampa. ¿La razón? Un sándwich cubano. Hasta este sábado, la ciudad de Tampa llevaba el récord de haber hecho el sándwich cubano más grande del mundo, con un...
  • Broward follows White House lead on global warming

    Broward County will try to cut its electricity use and turn to renewable energy sources, as it continues to plan for global warming. County commissioners voted 8-1 Tuesday to set energy goals, saying the White House has made it clear that planning for...
  • Mexican drug lord hid in mountains, homes, sewers

    The residence where Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman apparently had been hiding is a tidy, whitewashed house with spike-topped wrought iron fencing, a heavy metal door and blackened windows. It sits across from a high school and is surrounded...
  • Marine Corps to retry sergeant for 2006 death of Iraqi civilian

    Marine Corps to retry sergeant for 2006 death of Iraqi civilian
    The Marine Corps has decided to retry a sergeant from Camp Pendleton who spent six years behind bars for his alleged role in killing an unarmed Iraqi civilian but whose case was overturned on appeal. Arraignment is set for Wednesday at Camp Pendleton...