Ten World War II veterans from Florida who fought alongside French troops will be honored with France’s highest distinction.
A group of performers traveling the world entertaining our troops is making its way to South Florida.
When more than 40,000 troops leave Iraq in the next two months, many will make their way back home to re-join the civilian world. In addition to emotional challenges, many of these heroes will find themselves unemployed, without civilian skills.
A little cheer collected by a group on Key Biscayne, called the “Island Angels” made it into the hands and hearts of children in Afghanistan.
Memorial Day weekend is here and South Floridians, including crowds from around the world, are enjoying the state and what it had to offer. From BBQs to parades, time in the sun and simple family fun South Florida has a lot to offer this weekend.
John Siple is 82 years old and depends on a walker to get around, but the Coral Springs resident is officially a hero.