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If you think Santa may drop off a giant new TV, cutting-edge smartphone or zippy-fast laptop later this month, make room at home by getting rid of old electronics by recycling or reselling them. Make sure to e-cycle — unless you think your used...
Not only is the promise of getting organized a common New Year's resolution, but organizing and staying organized is also a process at which some make a living, including Michelle Worthington, a professional organizer and owner of Worthy Spaces in Boca...
Full-time police officers patrol every school in Sunrise, but Commissioner Larry Sofield says retired cops can do the same job for much less. Hiring retired officers to patrol the city's schools would save taxpayers at least $870,000 a year — or...
Aerosmith returned to South Florida this weekend to rock the BB&T Center, this time supporting their new album Music from Another Dimension. For this tour, they brought along Cheap Trick as their opening band. Cheap Trick gave their all and amazed...
South Florida Sun-SentinelWhile Florida as a whole has taken the heat (no pun intended!) for being one of the hardest hit real estate markets, there are still segments of the market and certain neighborhoods that have held their values more than others and where investing now...
Tags: Wilton Manors, Realty, Condos, Real Estate, Lighthouse Point
Q: In late May, the rules for the carpool lanes on Interstate 95 between Miami Gardens Drive and Sunrise Boulevard were suspended, allowing anyone to drive in the left lane even if they didn't have a passenger. Are those rules still suspended? Bonnie...
The trend is dramatic and definite: South Florida cops have slowed down big time. The Sun Sentinel examined new SunPass data and found police speeding has dropped significantly since the newspaper published its "Above the Law" investigative series in...
Sun SentinelPartnerships between businesses and nonprofits that zero in on specific needs can be very impactful, says Kathleen Cannon, president of United Way of Broward. "And the holidays bring out additional feelings from people who want to help," she said. Here is...
Controversial. Outspoken. Unpredictable. Sheila Alu, who will bid farewell to public office Thursday, has proven herself a force to be reckoned with since joining the Sunrise commission in 2001. Alu, 50, has changed the face of Sunrise and even...
Tags: Broward County, FBI, Israel, Political Corruption, Everglades
Contract negotiations between Hollywood and its police union have deadlocked, with the biggest sticking point a clash over officers' pay, a union leader said Friday. Officers are requesting a 12.5 percent raise to make up for the city slashing their pay...
Even in these tough times, some South Floridians have jobs that let them skip out of work, take long lunches, knock off early on Fridays and still collect a full day's pay. Who are they? Cops at local police departments, and taxpayers are footing the...
I have a legitimate question today, and I would like a legitimate answer. Just don't talk to me in bumper sticker-ese. If "When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns" is the best you got, that's pickup-truck-and-Confederate-flag stuff. Try...
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