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Sun-SentinelWith an investment of eight hours one Monday in early October, Johanna Hadik of Margate got a badge and the next day was out inspecting hurricane damage for the federal government. "I didn't know if I could do it," said Hadik, who has worked as a real...
Sun-SentinelThe manager of a check-cashing store in this south Miami-Dade County city says he has cashed as many as 30 disaster relief checks a day for residents since Hurricane Frances hit Florida on Labor Day weekend. The storm made landfall more than 140 miles...
Staff WriterFor two months, elected leaders from Tallahassee to Washington have demanded investigations while expressing outrage that Miami-Dade County residents may have fraudulently collected millions in Hurricane Frances aid. But no one shut off the pipeline....
Sun-SentinelSouth Florida homeowners who have insurance with the state's two insurers of last resort will see some changes starting July 1. The state Legislature passed a plan to merge the Florida Residential Property and Casualty Joint Underwriting Association...
Sun-Sentinel Editorial BoardUnity of purpose is a prerequisite for a great South Florida society. -- From the mission statement of the South Florida Regional Transportation Summit in January South Florida has two gridlock problems. One involves traffic. The other involves...
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