Coronavirus Update: All Restaurants, Other Businesses To Close In Fort LauderdaleFort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis held a news conference Tuesday to announce the closure of all city restaurants for the next 30 days over coronavirus concerns.
‘The Party Is Over’: Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale Announce Restrictions To Curb Excessive Spring Break Crowds Amid Coronavirus OutbreakAt a joint press conference Sunday, the mayors of Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale announced a number of coronavirus response measures to curb the excessive crowds gathering for spring break.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Explains 'No' Vote On 2018 Bond Measure To Upgrade Sewer, Water Projects In CityAs workers attempted to fashion a temporary fix on a broken 14-inch sewer pipe in George English Park on Monday, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis placed blame for this break and seven others on prior city leaders.
Fort Lauderdale Mayoral Race Heads To RunoffCommissioner Dean Trantalis came tantalizingly close to winning the Fort Lauderdale Mayoral race on Tuesday night.
Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Wants To Ban Sale Of Assault Rifles At Local Gun ShowA Fort Lauderdale city commissioner wants to ban a long running gun show in the city from selling assault rifles.
Town Hall Meeting On Homeless Feeding Law Gives People Chance To VentFort Lauderdale City Commissioner Dean Trantalis held a town hall meeting on Monday to give people a chance to speak out about their city's controversial homeless feeding law.
'Chef' Arnold Keeps Dishing Out Meals Against OrdinanceArriving like a rock star, Arnold Abbott was greeted with cheers and crowds of supporters on Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Small Victory For Same-Sex Couples In Fort LauderdaleA small victory for same-sex couples in Fort Lauderdale after city commission votes yes to gay marriage Tuesday night.
Ft. Lauderdale's Beach Place Being Called A Nuisance A place that was once imagined to be a paradise spot for tourist has quickly turned into a home for drugs, violence and crime.
Lauderdale Holds Special Election To Fill Commission SeatFt. Lauderdale residents who live in District 2 are urged to go the polls Tuesday to vote in a special election for a new commissioner.