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When I walked into the Deerfield Beach plant last Monday for employee orientation, engraved above the entrance I saw the words of Col. Robert McCormick, founder of the Tribune Company, which owns this newspaper. So today, as I introduce myself as...
Q: The entrance to westbound I-595 from Eller Drive and Northeast Seventh Avenue is not marked well. Drivers could easily turn into the eastbound lanes of I-595, which also are unmarked. With poor lighting and construction in the area, it's hard to pick...
Article Highlights: - Edward Archbold was among those in a contest at a Deerfield Beach reptile store - He won a python after eating dozens of cockroaches and worms, a sheriff's office says - Archbold later fell ill, collapsed and was pronounced dead...
Former Sentinel staffer Pete Thomson, who still masterfully scoops up nuggets of Florida high-school football knowledge, points out that 11 of the 13 touchdowns scored in Purdue's 51-41 victory against Marshall on Saturday were tallied by Floridians....
For the first time since a controversial new state law gave them permission, two teams from the breakaway Sunshine Independent Athletic Association tiptoed into Florida High School Athletic Association territory to play football last week. Predictably,...
In Your Shoes is a series by Sun Sentinel columnist Daniel Vasquez. He takes turns every week doing and writing about some of the most intriguing and iconic activities in and around South Florida. B-Cycle, Broward County's fledgling bike-share program,...
You can't catch a Miami Heat game or "American Idol" show on TV without being bombarded by commercials touting the availability of 4G mobile service for smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately, 4G service and coverage is fledgling in Florida, available in...
Can your association evict additional tenants moved in by someone previously approved by the board? Can parking spaces in front of your home be taken away suddenly? Sun Sentinel readers have questions, and we have answers this week with help from Michael...
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Who should pay to replace condominium unit windows? Can your association block a buyer or renter because work was done years ago on a unit or home without proper permits? Can associations protect themselves from owners who don't pay community fees but...
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Given the unwelcome choice of a layoff or pay cut, most employees would opt for their pay being trimmed. That's what some municipal workers say when asked to make that choice. With plunging tax revenues and less help from federal and state governments,...
High school graduation: House, Senate panels discuss “pathways” to a diploma, amid some worry about “dumbing down” standardsSentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThe House K-12 subcommittee this morning discussed a proposal to create three “pathways” to a high school diploma with some of the routes requiring fewer courses and tests than Florida's one, standard diploma now demands. Later in the day, the...
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