Chuck Puleri, Broward County’s exclusive distributor of Herff Jones products since 1992, is also being dropped by the Broward school district, due to a scathing audit the school district commissioned in response to a series of South Florida Sun Sentinel investigations.
Arizel Corniel and Carly Rogalla have created a new initiative at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland that is helping students look the part of success, even when they don’t have many resources on hand to do so.
The Fort Lauderdale Hurricanes squad left no doubt as to who was the powerhouse in the Florida Youth Football League 12U division after a dominating 36-7 Super Bowl victory over the Miami Gardens Chiefs.
An era is ending in television and politics as Michael Putney signs off for the last time as the founding moderator of the WPLG-Ch. 10 “This Week in South Florida" program after 33 years. “That show has been the gold standard of South Florida politics for many years."
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday said it has made an arrest in the long-unsolved case of Baby June, the newborn whose body was found in the waters off Palm Beach County. Shira/Juan, 20 inches
The 2023 Valencia Invitational, a three-sport competition in tennis, pickleball and bocce, was officially launched with a kickoff event during a Light the Night ceremony at Valencia Reserve in Boynton Beach on Dec. 12.
Michael Barnett, who had the support of former President Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, will serve another term as chair of the Palm Beach County Republican Party, after winning a contested election. His leadership team did not remain intact, however. Kevin Neal, who finished a distant second in the race for chair then ran for vice chair and defeated Tami Donnally.
It was a grand celebration on the Intracoastal Waterway for the cities of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Deerfield Beach as the 60th annual Pompano Beach Holiday Boat Parade entertained thousands of spectators.
Pompano Beach High School, led by teacher Rick Nagy, recently teamed up with the Broward Sheriff’s Office in a spirited competition to see who could collect as many clothes and toys as possible for younger students at Pompano Beach Elementary School next door.
Sean Pierre Jackson, a Palm Beach County political organizer and former chairman of the Black Republican Caucus of Florida, has been sentenced to three years in federal prison after having fraudulently applied for over $800,000 in government loans intended to provide aid during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to federal prosecutors.
Evermore Bank, a new community financial institution, will open its doors on Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale. It is the second community bank to open recently in the city, and will offer online services to individuals and businesses.
A car stopping for a red light at the intersection of westbound State Road 84 and Davie Road triggered a series of crashes that ultimately left a woman dead Tuesday afternoon, according to Florida Highway Patrol officials.
Within months, technology at the 911 call centers could help dispatchers pinpoint the exact location of a caller in distress. The changes in the works also mean automatic callbacks for those who dial 911 and hang up before getting an answer.
FedNat Holding Co., a Sunrise-based homeowners insurance company, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Fort Lauderdale after succumbing to financial pressures generated by severe weather events, industrywide lawsuits and the placement of its property insurance unit into a receivership.
A Coral Springs Police officer has been disciplined after video surfaced online showing the officer narrowly avoiding rear-ending a car, then swerving into the front yard of a Sunrise home where children were waiting for their school bus, sending them running out of the way.