A New Times photog shutters to remember his run-in with a Fort Lauderdale cop
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Never Trust a Man Named Castro
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If one family member gets in trouble, the Broward County Housing Authority evicts everyone. That policy forced Dorothy Springer out of her home.
Carlton Moore is expected to seek a spot on the powerful county commission. But first, he has to overcome his wheeler-dealer image.
Complaints about the Roxy have Fort Lauderdale officials considering cracking down on all city clubs. Hard.
Letters for April 27, 2000
For Broward's canal fisherman, potentially toxic levels of mercury are a part of the catch of the day
Letters for April 20, 2000
For hundreds of Broward families, the attempt at home ownership is being ruined by one factor: discrimination against children
Local fishermen say a proposed ban on fishing around Broward's coral reefs is a ploy by diving promoters to build business
Broward's official archaeologist, Scott Lewis, is leading the charge to explore the county's rich past -- which means saving the land from rampant overdevelopment
When the Cleveland Clinic closes, who will save lives on the barrier island?
Letters for March 2, 2000
A new crusade to rid Dania Beach of drugs has targeted some unlikely villains, including a local program director and a former mayor
Broward deputy Linda Ashby says she was fired because she's a lesbian. And because she had an affair with a male officer's girlfriend.
Democrats and Republicans, blacks and whites, have banded together for one simple reason: to stop Ken Jenne from becoming Broward's first strong mayor.
The world's greatest boxing trainer is still going strong, fueled by the prospect of finding the next champion
When a do-gooder wants to open a shelter for homeless moms, local gay residents vow to raise hell
Hollywood gadfly Pete Brewer is on a one-man crusade to expose the city's unnecessary spending on pensions