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Fort Lauderdale Weekly Herald

1910–1925

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Everglades Breeze

1911–1925

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Daily News and Evening Sentinel

1925–1953

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In 1925, the Everglades Breeze was renamed the Sentinel. That same year, two Ohio publishers bought the Sentinel and the Fort Lauderdale Weekly Herald, consolidating the newspapers into a single daily newspaper, the Daily News and Evening Sentinel.

Fort Lauderdale News

1953–1960

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In 1953, Gore Publishing (who purchased the paper in 1929) changed the name of the paper to the Fort Lauderdale News.

Sun-Sentinel years

1960–197?

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In 1960, Gore Publishing purchased the once-a-week Pompano Beach Sun, and resurrected the "Sentinel" name it had dropped seven years earlier, and converted it into a new morning newspaper, the Pompano Sun-Sentinel.

197?–1982

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In the 1970s, the Fort Lauderdale News and Pompano Sun-Sentinel, were merged to become the Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel.

1982–2000

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In 1982, Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel was renamed the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel.

2000–2009

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In 2000, after expanding its coverage to include Miami-Dade County and Palm Beach, the paper changed its name to the current South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

2009–present

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