By Anne Geggis on January 30, 2023
Tamarac’s Vice Mayor Marlon Bolton has just been hired as Broward County Commissioner Hazelle Rogers’ aide — earning a salary of $80,000 in addition to his $53,299 City Commissioner pay.
By Anne Geggis on January 1, 2022
Hours after the ball drops in Times Square, so too will votes drop into ballot boxes in parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties.
By Anne Geggis on December 7, 2021
Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness Holness has filed to run for CD 20 in 2022.
By Anne Geggis on November 30, 2021
Dale Holness, who resigned from the Broward County Commission to run for the seat vacated…
By Anne Geggis on April 25, 2021
It’s not the 18th hole yet, but it’s getting close to the end of the contest between a developer’s plans for the Woodlands golf greens and those who want to keep
By Anne Geggis on February 3, 2021
The drive to fill in the golfing greens at the Woodlands with hundreds of new homes is getting closer to the home stretch.
By Anne Geggis on January 23, 2021
A developer is appealing to the courts to go around the city commission’s decision against a hotel proposed for the Woodmont community.
By Anne Geggis on October 23, 2020
It’s getting closer to “game over” for the Woodlands’ golf greens — a developer won another round of approvals…
By Anne Geggis on August 12, 2020
The new coronavirus pandemic has claimed another victim — golf at the Woodlands Country Club is closing.
By Anne Geggis on August 4, 2020
School safety advocacy group, Stand with Parkland, is endorsing one of its own in the race for the countywide seat on the Broward County School Board.
By Anne Geggis on July 22, 2020
Seeking to avoid the problems that plagued Broward County Public Schools’ online instruction last spring,
By Anne Geggis on July 17, 2020
An 11 p.m. curfew is going into effect Friday night and will continue nightly until Aug. 1
By Anne Geggis on July 15, 2020
News, Politics, Schools
The website of the Broward County teachers union says it evaluates candidates for office and endorses those whose platforms favor educators and education.
By Anne Geggis on July 13, 2020
Plans to strengthen the headwalls that lift cars above stormwater and canal culverts have crashed into the COVID-19 crisis,
By Anne Geggis on June 18, 2020
Tamarac’s vice mayor, who leads an evangelical North Lauderdale church as Pastor Fire when he’s off the dais, announced…
By Anne Geggis on June 6, 2020
Deanna Dezern can attest: “ElliQ” is the kind of companion that wouldn’t touch topics that might upset anyone “she” comes across, especially in an election year like this.
By Anne Geggis on June 5, 2020
Sheriff Gregory Tony is facing his first bid for election in August with a seal of approval from the mayors…
By Anne Geggis on May 28, 2020
The upcoming city commission election this November so far shows one incumbent sailing to a second term without opposition and the other drawing a challenger
By Anne Geggis on May 23, 2020
Soon, residents will no longer be able to blame coronavirus for avoiding the gym: big workout facilities such as LA Fitness and Planet Fitness
By Anne Geggis on May 21, 2020
You can now go back to the office, drop Fifi off for a groom, and do the downward dog pose at a small yoga studio as Broward County
By Anne Geggis on May 15, 2020
COVID-19’s kick put Broward County two weeks behind most of the state in reopening businesses shuttered in the pandemic crisis.
By Anne Geggis on May 12, 2020
Broward County on Monday will take some tentative steps toward normal life — beginning to open what was shut in the outbreak of COVID-19
By Anne Geggis on April 30, 2020
Plans to turn the Woodlands golf greens into hundreds of new homes appears to have landed into something of a sand trap.
By Anne Geggis on April 18, 2020
What was once just a way to connect neighbors who were used to mailed, monthly newsletters, Talk Media’s online publications
By Anne Geggis on April 14, 2020
The state’s overwhelmed unemployment claims website has lit up Rep. Dan Daley’s phone with constituents’ desperate stories,
By Anne Geggis on April 2, 2020
He didn’t warn his fellow City Commission members. Still, Tamarac Vice Mayor Marlon Bolton claims he predicted the current health emergency
By Anne Geggis on March 26, 2020
Broward County residents are being urged to stay at home, as a “shelter-in-place” order was issued Thursday..
By Anne Geggis on February 4, 2020
It took nearly five hours, but the developer who wants to turn the golf greens at the Woodlands into hundreds of new homes sank its first swing in front of county-level development decision-makers.
By Anne Geggis on January 26, 2020
Two of the three new community engagement liaisons, or assistants, for Tamarac city commissioners, were people the hiring commissioners already knew, moving ahead of hundreds of applicants.
By Anne Geggis on July 11, 2019
Events, News, Politics
Just an hour and a half before the sun came up Thursday – after a marathon 10-hour, nine-minute meeting…