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The Florida Panthers professional hockey team says it's losing more than $20 million a year and needs more public funds to survive. The struggling team is asking for a rewrite of its contract with Broward county. Under the team's proposal, the county
Two senators short-circuit Legislature's plan to audit troubled Hallandale Beach CRA A Florida Legislature's joint auditing committee is dropping its inquiry of Hallandale Beach's questionable use of local redevelopment funds at the urging of two
Gov's privacy concerns are a sham Let's conduct a poll...Anyone who discerns even an inkling of sincerity in the governor's decision to bar Affordable Health Care navigators from county health department premises, slap yourself in the head.
Charlie Crist celebrated the beginning of Rosh Hashanah the Jewish New Year by having dinner with an old college friend on Wednesday night. The friend, the place and timing of the dinner were more signals of what appears to be inevitable: Crist's
Florida Panthers president Michael Yormark looked as if he had been called into the principal's office for good portions of Tuesday's meeting with the Broward County Commission...After being dressed down and forced to apologize for the team's
The cost of repairing and reopening the course wasn't an option for the investment group that bought it and the adjacent Coral Ridge Country Club in 2004, especially given the tough financial conditions in the golf industry nationally. The city never
Innovative programs to help Floridians finance major energy-saving projects such as solar systems are starting to roll out across the state...Floridians stretch out payments for big energy-saving projects instead of shelling out the full cost upfront.
Broward County 's former traffic engineering director is a wanted man. There's been an arrest warrant out for Jihad El Eid since August with federal prosecutors accusing him of pocketing more than $150,000 in bribes from a company that had millions
The company, which currently employs 1,500 in Fort Lauderdale , is expected to add jobs in software engineering, marketing and sales. Local incentives totaling $1.6 million are on the Broward County Commission 's agenda for Tuesday's meeting. Another
December 4, 2012 Palm Beach County commissioners sided with business interests Tuesday in opting for watered-down wage-theft help for local workers. For nearly three years, a coalition of local religious groups urged the County Commission to pass a