Author: Santiago Leon

COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Broward County

Don’t bother calling the Florida Department of Health in Broward County to make an appointment if you’re eligible for a COVID-19…

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No. 9 Georgia beats No. 8 Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

Georgia kicker Jack Podlesny hit a career-long 53-yard field goal with two seconds left to give the No. 9 Bulldogs a 24-21 win over No. 8 Ci…

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Broward Brings Back Curfew Due To Rising COVID Cases

It’s official, a curfew is coming back to Broward County because of rising COVID cases.

The curfew takes effect Christmas night and…

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FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN BROWARD COUNTY CURFEW

A federal judge on Tuesday struck down Broward County’s curfew banning all alcohol sales and in-person dining from midnight to 5 a.m. …

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Florida Gov. DeSantis extends order banning local COVID-related shutdowns, restrictions and mask mandates

Gov. Ron DeSantis has extended a September executive order aimed at preventing business shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic….

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Grocery Stores Open On Thanksgiving Day 2020 In South Florida

I f you forgot to buy something for your Thanksgiving dinner, don’t worry. Below is a list of grocery stores open on Thanksgiving Day …

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Florida Gov. DeSantis lifts major restrictions on restaurants, other businesses

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Friday that he is lifting major coronavirus-era restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in a…

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Voters without masks will be allowed into polls on Election Day, Broward officials say

Broward election officials now say they won’t stop people from voting if they don’t wear masks.

The statement from the Browar…

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Broward and Miami-Dade Counties Push Back Reopening of Schools

On September 22, at their respective school board meetings, both Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) and Miami-Dade County Public Schools (…

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Broward school officials: We’re ready for Oct. 5 opening

The spread of COVID-19 has eased, and the district is prepared to keep schools and employees safe, Superintendent Robert Runcie said.

The…

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