Wilton Manors Gazette

  • Wilton’s Iconic Candy Store Celebrates 10 Years

    To the Moon in Wilton Manors brings Candyland to life. Its shelves stock candy from 87 countries. As soon as you walk inside, you notice the music coming out of the speakers is all about candy and sweets. You can find your favorite vintage confectioneries dating back from 1806 to the mid 1990’s. Owner Antonio Dumas says it’s the candy that keeps the customers coming back. “There are some people who don’t even eat sweets and they shop here because we have more than 100 sugar-free selections,” said Dumas.

  • WMBA Moves Towards Greater Voice in City Matters

    Tim Moffitt, the new president of the Wilton Manors Business Association [WMBA], wants to see his organization add its voice to issues impacting the city.

  • WMBA Tries to Offset Slow Summer Sales

    To help Wilton Drive and Dixie Highway business owners get through the slow sales of summer, the Wilton Manors Business Association [WMBA] has created Shop + Play Wilton.

  • Zig Zag Building Remodeled and Reopened: Owner wants to fill the space with something not offered on the Drive

    In a city where blinking might make you miss the opening and closing of some restaurants, Anthony LoGrande wants to ensure his next tenant is more than just a flash in the pan.