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  • Pines receives $50K NEA grant for arts facility

    Pembroke Pines is moving forward with the new civic center arts facility and the plaza's design and program development thanks to a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. It's one of only 66 Our Town grant recipients. "Pembroke Pines'...
  • Roger Stone associate quits BSO

    Roger Stone associate quits BSO
    And then there were two. One of the three associates of political chessman Roger Stone has resigned her job at Broward Sheriff's Office, as questions swirled about whether she has the college degree she claimed to have when she applied. Dianne Jae...
  • South Florida colleges offer freebies

    South Florida colleges offer freebies
    College isn't just a place to get an education. It also can be a place to get a great deal. South Florida's colleges and universities offer many freebies and deeply discounted services, including classes, cultural events and gourmet meals. Here are...
  • Realtors, agents to talk deals in Pembroke Pines

    Realtors, agents to talk deals in Pembroke Pines
    Title Express of South Florida will have a deal-making event Wednesday, July 30, for real estate agents and investors. The free session at Total Wines Pembroke Pines will address how agents can work with investors and what kinds of deals they’re...
  • Casoncelli: A labor of love

    Casoncelli: A labor of love
    Q: My husband and I visited a restaurant in Pembroke Pines called [Bru-sket-ta]. The food was outstanding. The chef offered us a taste of his different specialties. Everything was extraordinary, but the Casoncelli stood out as the most unique. Chef Pietro...
  • Judge candidate slams elections chief Snipes, says he's contemplating legal action

    Judge candidate slams elections chief Snipes, says he's contemplating legal action
    A website snafu that resulted in an unknown number of people viewing, and possibly printing out, an incorrect sample ballot for the Aug. 26 primary and nonpartisan elections prompted a candidate for judge to condemn the county elections supervisor and...
  • Trader Joe's to open Oct. 10 in Pembroke Pines

    Trader Joe's to open Oct. 10 in Pembroke Pines
    Trader Joe's will finally arrive in Broward County on Oct. 10. That's the day the popular grocer will open at 11960 Pines Blvd. in Pembroke Pines, the chain announced Tuesday. Trader Joe's is sought after for its affordable, organic products and...
  • Rather than privatize, fix public schools

    I saw an Internet meme that asked the question, why is giving more money to public schools "throwing money" at the problem, but giving more money to charter schools and private schools is "investing" in the future? There are undoubtedly problems in...
  • Country music has a new radio station: 'The Bull' 93.5-FM

    Country music has a new radio station: 'The Bull' 93.5-FM
    South Florida's love affair with country music keeps getting stronger. On the FM dial, 93.5 has become "The Bull, Lauderdale's New Hit Country" — home to stars like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood. The station joins "Kiss Country"...
  • Girls trained for science and technology fields

    Girls trained for science and technology fields
    A few weeks ago, Valerie Fernandez didn't know anything about computer programming. Now, the 17-year-old Pembroke Pines resident is coding an Internet game all by herself. Fernandez is one of 20 Broward County girls participating in a program called...
  • Rothstein Ponzi scheme player's sentence reduced

    A judge has granted the government's motion to reduce the prison sentence of a Lauderhill man who pleaded guilty to playing a role in the largest financial fraud in South Florida history. Stephen Caputi, 57, was sentenced in 2011 to five years in...