Humans of Wilton Manors is an attempt at capturing the exhaustive, diverse community of Wilton Manors.
A building fire has shut down one of South Florida’s popular coffeehouses.
Instead of RuPaul’s “lip-sync for your life,” this one would be: “kick-ball, for your life.” Those who have played kickball know it simulates baseball, in that a pitcher throws a ball to a “batter” who kicks it to fielders with no gloves.
(SS) A former Wilton Manors police officer has been sentenced to probation on charges of filing forged documents when he applied to work for the department.
Wilton Manors officials aren’t satisfied with the water and sewage rates paid to Fort Lauderdale.
A large field of gay candidates qualified to run for elected office last week in the State of Florida.
Federal agents raided the Manhattan offices of the popular gay escort site RentBoy.com Tuesday as part of a money laundering and state prostitution investigation, NBC New York reports.
“It’s not a strip club,” Matt Colunga said, owner of Johnsons.
Despite bipartisan support, a bill in the state legislature to allocate $600,000 for sidewalk connectivity in Wilton Manors failed to make it past Governor Rick Scott’s veto pen.
Tom Green is a wise man.
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A man hired to make repairs at a Wilton Manors home broke into a closet safe and stole items worth $12,500, police said.
History is popping up on Wilton Drive.
Most Catholic masses include a prayer for two or three recently departed souls.
How many moons are there on Wilton Drive? What was Hagen’s (of Hagen Park) first name? If you think you know the answers and got what it takes to be the master of Wilton Manors, you can compete for the championship.
When Colleen Lockwood moved to Fort Lauderdale from Wisconsin in 2007, she was an avid biker. “We rode bikes everywhere . . . there were all sorts of options.” But after one ride in Fort Lauderdale when she first arrived, she says her bicycle wheels haven’t touched South Florida asphalt since.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Less than a year after big business helped pressure Indiana Republicans to scale back their contentious new religious objections law, the state's powerful business lobby has decided that step wasn't enough.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Intel is literally doubling its efforts to bring in minorities.