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  • Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Breast Cancer Support Group, 7 p.m. at Memorial Hospital South, 3600 Washington St., Hollywood. Free. Call 954-791-6318. Gentle Yoga for Seniors, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Sunset Lakes Community Center, 2801 SW 186th Ave., Miramar. Free. Call 954-...
  • Leah Hicks: Realizing her professional passion

    Leah Hicks, 32, of Margate, was recently named advertising director for City Furniture, in Tamarac, from marketing manager Who: Leah Hicks, 32, of Margate, was recently promoted from marketing manager at City Furniture in Tamarac to advertising...
  • Services set for Carlton Moore, 60

    Funeral services are set for Monday for Carlton Moore,  longtime Fort Lauderdale city commissioner and activist. The service is scheduled for 1 p.m. at New Mount Olive Baptist Church, 400 NW 9th Avenue. A viewing was scheduled for Sunday evening at...
  • Tamarac seeking ideas in park naming contest

    The city is holding a naming contest for its 23-acre park that will open in September in the Mainlands of Tamarac neighborhood. The park will have walking and jogging trails, a fishing pier and picnic shelters. The name could reflect the park or its...
  • Delray restaurant manager charged with selling booze to underage girls

    Delray restaurant manager charged with selling booze to underage girls
    The manager of a Delray club was charged with selling alcohol to two teenage girls, according to a Delray Beach police arrest report. Weam Yossuf Aly, identified as the manager at Breathe Restaurant at 401 W. Atlantic Ave., was charged Thursday night,...
  • Don Epstein, accidental artist after city hall battle

    Don Epstein, accidental artist after city hall battle
    Don Epstein once fought city hall. He lost, of course. Yet in the long run, Mr. Epstein won. Mr. Epstein died at his Coral Springs home Monday morning at age 80, after creating a second career as an in-demand artist of fanciful creatures. And he...
  • Longtime Fort Lauderdale commissioner Carlton Moore, patron of the poor, dies at 60

    Longtime Fort Lauderdale commissioner Carlton Moore, patron of the poor, dies at 60
    He was an unstinting champion of the poor, fiercely representing the city's black community over two decades as a Fort Lauderdale commissioner. As a politician, he decried corruption. Carlton Moore died early Wednesday morning at the Tamarac...
  • Broward political leaders mourn passing of former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Carlton Moore

    Broward political leaders mourn passing of former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Carlton Moore
    Original post | 10:07 a.m. Updated | 10:50 a.m., 12:20 p.m., 1:59 p.m. and 3:24 p.m. Former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Carlton Moore has died. He was 60.  He died Tuesday night at a rehabilitation center in Tamarac, where he had been recovering...
  • App tracks stolen iPhone to Hollywood restaurant, cops say

    App tracks stolen iPhone to Hollywood restaurant, cops say
    Hollywood: Tracking app helps woman find stolen iPhone, cops say. A burglary suspect snatched an iPhone from inside a woman's Hollywood home while she showered, but a tracking app on the device didn't let him slip away, according to police. Kevin Andre,...
  • Salvation Army kicks off MOST Amazing Race on Saturday

    Participants in The Salvation Army of Broward County's MOST Amazing Race on April 5 don't have to burn up the soles of their running shoes racing around Fort Lauderdale. "If they want to win, they probably should run," said Sally Gress, race director and...
  • Bass are biting in Everglades canals

    Bass are biting in Everglades canals
    Bass fishing in the Everglades has been good and it is primed to get even better in the coming weeks. Low water levels in 'Glades canals is the reason that bass are biting so well at Everglades Holiday Park and Sawgrass Recreation Park. As the water...