Photo by Rick Case via www.news5cleveland.com South Florida automotive pioneer Rick Case has died from an aggressive form of cancer at the age of 77. Case passed away peacefully in his home, surrounded by family members, a spokeswoman for the family said. Case passed away on Monday, September 21. Rick Case was originally from Akron,
Broward County Public Schools Department in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Photo and Caption: YES Market Media/Shutterstock.com During a virtual school board meeting on Tuesday morning, Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie has announced a date for when he would like to reopen schools to students and teachers. Runcie said
Image by Lisa Larsen from Pixabay The coronavirus may have events cancelled and/or places closed down, but the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is defying all odds and carrying on, as usual, this year, with safety measures in place of course. The annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show got the support it needed Thursday from
Image by David Mark from Pixabay Despite the number of COVID-19 infections, Florida seems to still be a top spot to vacation for many Americans this year. This comes from official data collected by the travel itinerary app TripIt. The data collected shows millions of people plan to travel to COVID-19 hot spots, with Florida
From signing another player to naming a sponsor, Inter Miami CF is doing everything in its power to be ready for its MLS debut in 2020.
David Beckham’s Inter Miami CF has made its first two signings in club history.
An annual survey from the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks has once again ranked Florida in the top five states for all commercial real estate development.
Inter Miami CF will officially have a home in Fort Lauderdale after city commissioners approved the transformation of Lockhart Park into a professional soccer complex.
From Tallahassee to the Keys, here’s a list of the best events across the Sunshine State to celebrate the Fourth of July!
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants you to grab your rods and reels for some license-free saltwater fishing this weekend.