It’s a dirty assignment, but somebody has to do it.
Broward County Commissioner Jared Moskowitz set the game of musical chairs in motion, announcing he will campaign for the seat held by retiring Congressman Ted Deutch.
Another year has passed, and all remains quiet in the case of Henry Vidal.
Just two days before his fortieth birthday, Raymond King was killed by a hit-and-run driver. The incident occurred sometimes before 3 a.m. on June 10 near the intersection of Northeast 6 Avenue and Northeast 27 Street in Wilton Manors.
As Wilton Manors prepares to celebrate its 75th anniversary next year, one organization is seeking memories to share.
In a climate where many businesses, especially bars and restaurants on Wilton Drive, have trouble staying in business, Tony LoGrande wants to provide business owners with some tips to help improve sales.
Florida Stagehands & Designs of Wilton Manors have been staging homes since 2009. They are South Florida’s number one home staging company.
With a recount completed, Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick has declared victory in the Democratic primary of the Congressional District 20 special election.
A move to create a survey to gauge public opinion about the Wilton Manors Police Department could get approved or rejected at the next Community Affairs Advisory Board [CAAB] meeting.
Boyd Corbin has a long list of issues he wants to address if elected mayor. Crime, taxes, spending, bar safety, pedestrian safety, increasing parking and more.
Undated Friday March, 6: Wilton Manors Mayor Justin Flippen died of a brain aneurysm last week according to Wilton Manors Police Chief Paul O’Connell. A celebration of life will be held Friday, March 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Venue Fort Lauderdale, 2345 Wilton Drive.
If you can’t find something to eat at Alibi, you are just too damn picky. We stopped by for drag brunch a few weeks ago and I was again astounded by the breadth of the menu offerings.
Two restaurants opened in Wilton Manors in the past couple of months.
Christmas surprises aren’t reserved for late December. Antonio Dumas, owner of To The Moon in Wilton Manors, took over the role of Santa and brought holiday cheer to hundreds of first responders in South Florida.
It’s that time of the year when the majority of the country is snowed in, miserable, and cooped up watching Christmas specials on T.V. Unlike the 47 states that actually experience season change (Hawaii and California, you’re omitted from this list), Florida is always ready to party in scandalous outfits, no matter what the holiday.
Citations issued to people after they’ve been hit by cars
In an effort to improve safety, city officials have requested bids from various security consulting firms.
City officials are moving forward with the development of the lot they purchased last year.
Wilton Manors and Fort Lauderdale officials joined together Tuesday at Fort Lauderdale High School to discuss the lane narrowing of Northeast 4 Avenue and Wilton Drive with their respective residents and business owners. Those who attended talked to officials, asked questions and were given cards to make comments on.
The last two public parking lots built by the city took time and money to build. But the commission has acquired another with a stroke of the pen.
As commissioners were debating new regulations on vacation rentals earlier this year, one concern was voiced more than once: would the regulations hold up in court if the city were sued?
In an effort to “spur development” and attract new businesses to the city, Wilton Manors officials plan to change the land-use of Oakland Park Boulevard and Andrews Avenue.
Visiting the largest concentration of LGBT Floridians on Sunday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured supporters she would continue to fight for equality.
Apparently, there isn’t always money in the banana stand.
With only a few weeks to go before the Republican Convention in Cleveland, followed by the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, thought I would take the opportunity to talk politics on a more local level, right here in good ole Wilton Manors.
I only hope that everyone is safe and sound by the time they read this article. Last night a coup took place here in Wilton Manors, led by a band of community leaders who could no longer tolerate being marginalized and out of favor.
I sit here a bit numb now that October has already arrived, and 2016 is roaring to the finish line as one of the fastest years ever. One bright spot is that Election Day will soon be over, and we can finally be finished with all the insanity we’ve had to endure over the past year.
Not a column for supporters of a certain orange celebrity with bad hair. This column is about a five-syllable word.
As I sit down to write my article this week, having just welcomed in the New Year a few hours ago, I cannot rid myself of the uncertainty and anxiety of what lies ahead for us all in 2017.
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