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Hollywood Gazette

Community news for people who ❤️ Hollywood. Hollywood, Florida’s only free, independent newspaper since 2001. Email story ideas to [email protected]

Latest Articles

Free Face Masks & Facial Shields for Downtown and Beach Businesses

State, county, and local officials have all issued orders regulating the re-opening of various businesses, services and facilities that were closed or...

Hundreds of Faith Leaders from Throughout Florida Call on Local Sheriffs, State Attorney, Police Chiefs to Stop Arresting Children

For many years Florida has had the notorious distinction of leading the country in youth arrest rates. Footage of an Orlando School...

New Public Art on Permanent Display at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

A 240-foot long chromatic LED light display by Los Angeles-based artist Cameron McNall is the newest addition to the public art on...

Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Performs its First Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery

A new surgical epilepsy program at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital successfully performed its first pediatric surgery aimed at stopping seizures in children with epilepsy. The...

Memorial/JDCH is Postponing All Elective, Non-Urgent and Non-Emergency Surgeries and Procedures Until Further Notice

Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 positive cases, Memorial/JDCH is postponing all elective, non-urgent and non-emergency surgeries/procedures effective Wednesday, July 8, 2020...

Mobile Healthcare Service Available to Uninsured Hollywood Residents Through July 16 Outside of City Hall

The City of Hollywood has partnered with Memorial Healthcare System to offer healthcare to uninsured residents. The mobile van will be located...
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Wawa Opens New Store in West Hollywood

Wawa, Inc. today announced the store opening of its newest store, located at 4700 South State Road, Hollywood, Florida 33314. Wawa’s newest store, it’s...

Hollywood Police Surprise Little Brothers and Sisters with a Parade

Hollywood Police Department paraded 17 police vehicles – cruisers, SUVs and SWAT vehicles with flashing lights and sirens screaming and whooping – to surprise Little Brothers...