Lauderhill Police say a man enraged over being given the wrong coffee order at a Dunkin’ Donuts drive thru entered the store, fought with an employee and hit that employee over the head with a loaded gun.
Want a sub from Publix, but hate wasting your lunch hour in deli-department lines to pick it up? The grocery giant is testing a possible answer: online orders.
A precautionary boil water order issued on Thursday has been lifted Saturday for the area of Brickell Avenue from Southeast 8th Street to 14th Street.
Governor Rick Scott now leading the state as Florida’s 45th governor celebrated his first moments in elected office – and he’s promising to make good on his campaign pledge.
The on-again, off-again, on-again boil water order in North Lauderdale is off-again. In other words, North Lauderdale residents no longer have to boil their drinking or cooking water. According to Jen Johnson with the City of North Lauderdale, the boil water order, which was put into place twice since Thanksgiving Day, was lifted Monday afternoon after all tests for bacteria came back negative in the drinking water.
Residents of North Lauderdale are under a precautionary boil water order due to bacteria found in one of the city’s drinking water wells.