Wilton Manors homeowners may soon be able to make major home improvements without having to take out a huge loan or pay the entire cost upfront.
The last item on the Wilton Manors commission meeting agenda generated the most robust discussion of the evening.
Should the city provide first-time home buyer assistance? Rental assistance? Both? That’s the question commissioners will have to answer if they want to utilize $280,000 to assist low-income residents who live in the city.
It was standing room only Tuesday night in the Commission Chambers as Wilton Manors commissioners voted on a land use change for the property that was formerly the home of the Center for Spiritual Living.
Wilton Manors is proceeding with a bold policy to offer employees up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave.
Usually, the commission is the last body to approve projects in the city. But in the future, if city staff members want to request a variance concerning a city-owned property, they may have to go before the commission first.
For years, Commissioner Tom Green has occasionally talked about commercial recycling.
Wilton Manors is opening its commission meetings to the general public again.
Wilton Manors has spent a considerable amount of time and money to lay out a plan for the city’s future.
Talk about burning the midnight oil. Tuesday’s commission meeting lasted five hours and 37 minutes and did not end until after midnight.
A lot of change has come to Wilton Manors since 2016, some noticeable, some behind the scenes.
Working for a city is not a 9-5 job. Problems from sewage to noise to bad auto accidents can happen anytime and everyone from utility workers to police to elected officials field calls all hours of the day and night.
More than 100 people attended the community prayer vigil at Sunshine Cathedral Sunday evening, hearing from community leaders and moving musical performances from singers and musicians.
Greatest Hits — the new LP from Wilton Manors based artist/DJ John Bata — is not a frivolous pop record. It is a dark comedy covering heavy life issues (external and internal) forged over the last few years during great societal shift around the globe and in the USA.
The Pride Center is pleased to announce Hunters Nightclub as the presenting sponsor of Wicked Manors – FREAK SHOW to be held on Friday, October 31, 2014 starting at 7 p.m. until Midnight!
A Wilton Manors man is missing and help is needed to bring him home.
A right that Americans have had for over five decades was snatched away when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade June 24, the ultimate attack on abortion rights that has slowly been peeled away across the country.
Raise your voice, awareness, and your spirits. The Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida (GMCSF) is at the start of a very busy two months, and it all gets started April 29 with the first ever Community Singalong.
Rabbi Noah Kitty of Congregation Etz Chaim is running for the Wilton Manors Commission.
To better secure city personnel and facilities, Wilton manors officials have hired Burns & McDonnell, a Fort Lauderdale security firm, to provide consulting services for security risk assessment.
The mother of a man on trial for the murder of a Wilton Manors couple has died, adding to an already complicated case.
The Community Affairs Advisory Board may have reached a final decision on its police survey: leave it to the professionals.
While the hospitality industry has been decimated, five area eateries have made adaptations that have allowed them to survive during the pandemic.
A Broward County magistrate ruled a Wilton Manors sidewalk adjacent to Lazy Lake is being negatively impacted by overgrown vegetation from the property at Northeast 21st Court.
Pickleball, tennis, sex, and arrests. Two men were arrested in Hagen Park in Wilton Manors and accused of having sex acts in public.
Courtyard Café has spent the last week scrambling to come back from a minor disaster.
South Florida, and Broward County especially, are the hottest of COVID hot spots.
As the first vaccines for the novel coronavirus were administered Monday, Florida reached a grim milestone in cases and deaths.
Last month saw a dramatic increase in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oakland Park with 661 in July — easily outpacing May and June, which in total saw 159 cases.
Between May and June there were a total of 52 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wilton Manors — in July almost double with 103.
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