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Sunrise News - Sun Sentinel
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  • Jazz quintet to perform
    The city of Sunrise is presenting the jazz quintet The LeNard Rutledge Cole Porter Revue at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 28, at the Sunrise Civic Center, 10610 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise. Tickets are $16 for adults, $14 for students with ID, and $10 for children. Reserved seating is required. Parking is...

  • Doggone good time at Woofstock
    Sunrise's fifth annual Woofstock was a dog lover's paradise.

  • Student finds the recipe for success
    It was a culinary clash between senior Joshua Petalas and freshman Markal Kelly in the finals of Plantation High School's take on the TV show "Chopped."

  • Raising awareness of serious issues
    A group of 150 students, their families and supporters recently took a stand against child abuse and human trafficking by participating in a "Stop the Traffick" march.

  • Effort helps pediatric cancer patients
    Students enrolled in American Heritage School's pre-med program have been putting smiles on the faces of children with cancer for the last decade. Among the popular events they host is the annual 5K For A Better Day.

  • Eagles win soccer tournament
    The Plantation Eagles Soccer Club recently proved itself as one of the top clubs in the county as both the under-15 girls team and under-10 girls squad won tournament titles at the Weston Cup & Showcase Florida Premier Soccer President's Day Weekend Tournament on Feb. 13 to 16.

  • Sunrise wheelchair basketball team tastes victory after two years
    The Sunrise Suns Wheelchair Basketball Team has enjoyed playing the sport as part of the rehabilitation process for its members, but the one thing that was missing in the last two years was a victory on the court.

  • Some locals want feeding center out of Lauderhill
    LifeNet4Families, an organization that feeds the homeless from all over the county, is under pressure to move out of Lauderhill.

  • No walk-ins allowed at IRS office in Plantation
    Starting Monday, don't show up unannounced at the IRS office in Plantation.

  • Lifesaving donations made
    The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation recently made donations to the Plantation and Davie fire departments. A presentation was recently organized at the franchise's Davie location.

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