Record Number Of Voters Cast Ballots In Broward CountyA record 964,000 people voted in Broward this election cycle.
‘It’s Action Time’: Broward County Moving Forward With Police Review BoardA total of 14 board members will represent different parts of the community. Each county commissioner will pick one member to bring the total to 23.
Broward Eases Some COVID-19 RestrictionsAs the number of COVID-19 cases continues to go down in the county, Broward is relaxing some of its restrictions that have been in place for months.
Protesters Demand Broward Open Bars As Part Of Phase 2 ReopeningMiami-Dade and Broward join the rest of the state in Phase 2 reopenings but with restrictions.
Miami-Dade, Broward To Move Into Phase 2 Reopening On MondayMiami-Dade and Broward counties will be moved to Phase 2 of reopening effective Monday Sept. 14.
Broward Sets Up 24-Hour Drop Boxes For Vote-By-Mail Ballots In Primary ElectionSouth Florida voters have a lot of different options to cast their ballots in the state’s upcoming Primary Election including in the middle of the night if they so choose.
'We Have Shelters Ready': Broward Mayor Says County Is Ready, As Residents Prep For Hurricane IsaiasA storm threat in the midst of a pandemic it’s a double whammy we have never faced here in South Florida.
Increase In COVID-19 Cases Has Forced Leaders In Broward To Strictly Enforce New Safety GuidelinesMayor Dale Holness held a conference call with 28 Broward mayors on Tuesday. He said they want to get tough on violators of COVID-19 guidelines.
Broward Honors Black Man Lynched 85 Years Ago In Fort LauderdaleEighty-five years ago, Rubin Stacey was lynched in Fort Lauderdale.
Broward Mayors Don’t Think Return To Near-Lockdown Is Needed Right NowBroward County has not rolled back any of its reopenings, but that could change at any time.
‘Another Complete Shutdown In Broward’: Vice Mayor Steven Geller Fears County Closure ComingBroward County leaders fear another shutdown may be inevitable.