Jim Notter couldn't even tell the truth as the was going out the door. The Broward schools superintendent made a surprise announcement that he was retiring yesterday, leaving three years left on a contract that pays him $299,000 a year. Notter always did pretend to be boss, but he ... More >>
It's a question that keeps popping up: Is Stephanie Kraft cooperating with law enforcement? I've never seen anyone so disgraced try to retain such a high profile. She's running around town, claims she's going to beat the nails-hard case against her, and is trying to maintain a presence in scho ... More >>
UPDATE: This just in: The jury is deadlocked in the Leyritz trial. They're apparently ready to call it a hung jury, but Judge Marc Gold is trying to get them back in there to try again. That's right, we're looking at a probable 'nother go-round. Call it: Leyritz Trial II, The Sta ... More >>
Several sources have informed the Pulp that Pirtle Construction -- one of the largest builders of schools in Broward County with hundreds of millions in current public contracts -- has fired lobbyist Neil Sterling as its lobbyist. Why should you care? Well, first of all, Sterling is one of the  ... More >>
The South Broward Drainage District voted yesterday to drop its blood drive and look for a new blood company. Why? Because board members were fed up with the outrageous salaries being paid to top officer at the "non-profit," monopolistic, and heavily political Community Blood Centers ... More >>
It sounded pretty cut and dried at the Broward School Board's December 11 audit committee meeting. Audit committee member and veteran activist Charlotte Greenbarg asked the board's chief building officer, Ronald Morgan, about the status of his state license.Morgan, who oversees a $3 billion construc ... More >>
Corruption-busting lawyer Bruce Udolf wants to be Broward sheriff. After the Ken Jenne experience, though, are voters too suspicious of lawyers turned cops?
Mara Giulianti's allies don't know when to stop
At the Broward County School Board, the chickens cry foul
The Wasserstrom conviction should have at least a few pols shaking in fear — but, hey, this is Broward
Confronted with evidence of influence peddling, a school board member tearfully claims she'll quit her job.
A new court ruling will make it harder to sit on corruption cases
Lauderdale hosts a candidacy in its infancy
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.