As one of your Wilton Manors city commissioners, I am committed to ensuring Life Is Just Better Here for residents, businesses, and visitors.
I just read the articles in the Wilton Manors online paper and the article in SFGN related to the travel advisory being issued.
I read in the Sun Sentinel that Jeff Sterling plans to impose a dress code and a code of conduct on Stonewall.
Thank you for publishing the letter from Marc Paige about the growing threat in Florida to anyone who is not part of the myth-making DeSantis Groupthink.
It’s time to dust off your heels, unpack your wig, and get yourself a shiny new Pride Progress flag.
One of our readers shared a letter from Marco Rubio’s office with SFGN. We attempted to authenticate the email, but Rubio’s office did not respond to our email inquiry.
Elections — we win some, we lose some. But last Tuesday’s election wasn’t particularly a regular election with a winner and a loser.
In the last 18 months, our current commission has worked with residents and city stakeholders to strategically change our code to encourage the right kind of development for our city, improve the residents' quality of life, upgrade, and maintain infrastructure, and remain fiscally responsible.
It is unbelievable that my opponent refuses to apologize for the harm his campaign has caused me and our community.
Mayor Newton and City Manager Henderson, I cannot express to you in words how disappointed and livid I am with the new “city survey.”
Personally speaking, reflecting on the passing of Pooch and Norm has unintentionally woven as sad tapestry for me in light of my long-term memories of these bigger-than-life guys.
It was the community that saved my life when I first tested positive for HIV many years ago.
Wow! Sounds like Mr. Andrew Brett is looking to reinvent the wheel. Or should I say his squirrel cage wheel?
Jason, I read your editorial (“Pride Is A Protest-Not A Parade”) and think it is right on the money.
The first Stonewall was a riot. The police costs for this year’s event are enough to cause one, too.
As an eager freshman Commissioner back in December 2020, I volunteered to be the city’s representative on the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) board.
Guaranteed this won't be published. SFGN Co-Founder Norm Kent didn't die!
Congratulations. Best reporting and issue covers in a while, especially the OP-ED’s and guest columns.
I just read your letter in SFGN Shoppes of Wilton Manors Redevelopment. I TOTALLY CAN'T AGREE MORE!
Thank you so much for the tremendous reporting and important information your paper is providing for the LGBT community.
Lots of talk about climate change since the experts tell us that if we don’t drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, life as we know it will change.
The plan to add 252 midrise units for the 2200-2292 Wilton Drive property is not “Wilma on the Drive!”
The City of Wilton Manors is small but as a community we are large and very active!
As a city, we are blessed to have engaged neighborhood associations and citizens who are passionate about ensuring Life Is Just Better Here in the Island City.
City Manager Henderson, Mayor, and Commissioners, Publix has been known for most of its history as a racist, homophobic, and misogynistic company, with several court judgments and payouts as proof of its historical and continuing misdeeds.
SFGN recently shared with readers the initial results of RMA Associates study, which has been referred to as WiltonNext.
South Florida’s LGBT community was sadly in the news last week after a 77-year-old man drove his truck into the crowd at Wilton Manors Stonewall parade, killing one and injuring another in a horrifying accident.
Reader responds to publisher’s editorial “AHF - Stirring the National Conscience on HIV/AIDS”
Dear Mayor Resnick and Commissioner Scott Newton,
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